Jim Davidson, Lighthouse Lizzy, The Searchers and The Illegal Eagles at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange in May
YOUR guide to the latest events at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.
Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus
Friday May 11, 7.30pm
ONE thing is certain - men and women live on two different planets.
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Everyone has been confronted with, or irritated by incomprehensible behaviour on the part of the opposite sex. Why is this?
The answer lies in this witty one-man show based on John Gray’s educational best-selling book Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus.
- 1 Vaccine roll-out begins, 12 hours a day, seven days a week
- 2 'Small number of Covid-19 deaths' at care home
- 3 Artist impressions of how Mepal will be transformed into a £6.5m crematorium
- 4 Coronavirus test centre staff ‘receive abuse’ from angry motorists
- 5 Council offers reserved parking for elderly heading for Covid jab
- 6 Slimmer's life-changing weight loss story
- 7 Tributes to 'loving, kind family man' and community stalwart
- 8 Minor injury unit closes to allow staff to respond to crisis in the community
- 9 Man attempts to smuggle MDMA tablets disguised as Mars Bar into jail
- 10 Man, 39, convicted of assault on two HMRC officers by beating
Thanks to this show, we are finally going to understand how to turn these differences into a source of complicity rather than of conflict.
Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus has been translated into over forty languages and 50 million copies have been printed worldwide. It is one of the world’s best-selling books.
Jim Davidson - The Legend!
Saturday May 12, 7.30pm
JIM Davidson is firmly established as one of Britain’s top stand-up comedians and he is well known to TV viewers as host of BBC TV game shows The Generation Game and Big Break.
He has also headlined record-breaking summer seasons and pantomimes and played highly successful concert tours with his adult show. His theatre production credits include hit West End shows Buddy and Great Balls of Fire and major family pantomimes throughout the UK.
He regularly tours the UK with his record-breaking adult stand-up shows and he returns to King’s Lynn Corn Exchange on Saturday for his new show titled The Legend!
Thursday May 17, 7.30pm
LIMEHOUSE Lizzy have been officially named one of the hardest working acts in the UK, alongside some of the country’s biggest and most popular performers.
Renowned for an action-packed pyrothechnic-fuelled explosion of a show, Limehouse Lizzy continue to keep the spirit of Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and his band Thin Lizzy alive, well and dominating stages worldwide.
The band have also added a tribute in their set to the late Gary Moore, ex-Thin Lizzy guitarist who died last year.
The show features special guests Saxonized and local band Tattooed Lies.
The Illegal Eagles
Friday May 25, 7.30pm
�22, �20 concessions
THE Illegal Eagles make a welcome return to King’s Lynn Corn Exchange with their outstanding musical tribute.
Following their critically acclaimed performances in the UK, Europe and beyond, The Illegal Eagles are firmly established as the ultimate celebration of the stunning musical mastery of The Eagles.
All the classic songs will be delivered in full Eagles sound and vision including, Hotel California, New York Minute, Life in the Fast Lane, Tequila Sunrise, One Of Those Nights, Lyin’ Eyes, New Kid in Town, Take it to the Limit, The Long Run, Rocky Mountain Way, Witchy Woman and Heartache Tonight.
Sunday May 27, 7.30pm
�19, �17 concessions
IN a remarkable career now spanning five decades, The Searchers have contributed enormously in establishing the UK as the world’s leading nation in the music industry.
The Searchers, with total record sales in excess of 40 million, still have great appeal to audiences of all ages. They continue touring the globe as much today as they have done throughout a fantastic career.
They have devised a ‘special’ solo concert for UK touring, which is a highly entertaining concert and has been enthusiastically and warmly received throughout the world.
Tickets are available from Box Office on 01553 764864 or online at www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk