Let them entertain you! A host of stars are at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange
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October sees a host of entertainment take to the stage at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.
Brit award winning male voice trio Blake will be at the venue on Friday October at 7.30pm with a new sound, new songs and their biggest UK tour yet.
Re-inspired by the classic trio harmonies of The Three Tenors, The Bee Gees and Boyz-II-Men, they will be performing exclusive songs from their fifth studio album, released UK-wide this Autumn.
Brit-Award-nominated soprano Camilla Kerslake is back again performing her own spellbinding songs and joining the boys for some breath-taking duets, including the charity single they released together last year You Raise Me Up.
Tickets at £26.50 or £25.50 concessions.
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On Saturday 11 there is an Evening of Burlesque at 8pm.
Arriving direct from London’s West End, a fresh cast of burlesque all stars are unveiled following a thrilling 100 date UK tour combined with overseas adventures in Milan, Zurich, St Petersburg and Verona.
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Join this all new riotous romp into the world of burlesque and cutting edge variety as sashaying Royal Academy trained burlesque bombshells slip into exotic character as smoothly as they slip out of the most exotic couture costumes ever to grace the stage.
Dress up and come to the cabaret. Tickets cost £23, £22 concessions. 18+ only.
Chris Ramsey, the most dangerous man on Saturday morning television, is at the Corn Exchange on Sunday October 12 at 8pm with tickets costing £17.50.
Following a sell-out spring run, Celebrity Juice regular and star of BBC Two’s Hebburn extends his tour into autumn 2014.
Described as a mainstream hit, a cult favourite or almost anything in between by The Sunday Times he makes his debut at the venue with support act Carl Hutchinson.
Ray Quinn is performing on Thursday October 16 at 7.30pm. Tickets £26.
The X Factor finalist from 2006,has a platinum selling album followed by a sellout uk solo tour. He then went on to win the 2009 series of Dancing on Ice and then 2014 champion of champions final Dancing on Ice series.
Ray’s new album will surprise many with original and re arranged songs produced by the outstanding producer and bass player David Finck who has worked with George Michael, Elton John and Rod Stewart, the list goes on. Collaborations with Matt Goss who has his very own famous swing night in Vegas and tracks written with 70s icon Linda Lewis, as well as having the pure delight of having Linda’s sister Shirley singing on the tracks who has been and still singing with George Michael from Wham days.
Charlie Landsborough appears on Sunday October 19 at 7.30pm. Tickets £21.
It’s been 20 years since Charlie Landsborough first shot to fame with What Colour Is The Wind. Since then he has released some 27 albums and a plethora of singles going on to win fans across the globe.
His melodic, lyrical brand of Americana and finely honed ballads have touched the hearts of people all over the world.