Paul Carrack, Chuckle Brothers and tributes to ELO and Fleetwood Mac at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange in February

The ELO Experience.

The ELO Experience. - Credit: Archant

February half-term week is a busy one at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange, with three concerts and two family shows on the agenda. Tickets are on sale now – contact the box office on 01553 764864.

Chuckles of Oz.

Chuckles of Oz. - Credit: Archant

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac

February 14, 7.30pm

£23.50-£30.50

Having performed 500 major concert shows around the world since they formed more than a decade ago, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac return to present a spectacular new stage production.

Milkshake! Party Party Live.

Milkshake! Party Party Live. - Credit: Archant

Their new show will showcase and celebrate, in meticulous note-for-note detail, the legacy of blues, rock and pop classics that made Fleetwood Mac the icons of the music industry they are today.

Recognised internationally as the leading tribute to Fleetwood Mac in their various incarnations, and with Mick Fleetwood’s golden seal of approval, this show reflects on an epic journey of lasting relationships through changing eras and musical styles.

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Paul Carrack

Paul Carrack

Paul Carrack - Credit: Archant

February 15, 7.30pm

£30.50-£35.50

Paul Carrack, legendary singer, songwriter and former front man of Mike & The Mechanics, returns to the Corn Exchange following the release of his latest album Rain or Shine.

With a back catalogue of hits to his name including How Long, Tempted and The Living Years, Carrack’s soulful voice is known to millions around the world.

His songs have been performed by some of the biggest names in music including The Eagles, Diana Ross and Tom Jones.

He is constantly in demand as a session keyboardist, having recorded and toured with Elton John, Eric Clapton and BB King.

Recently dubbed by the BBC as ‘The Man with the Golden Voice’, Carrack is undoubtedly a key figure in British pop history, an all-rounded musical talent.

And as his devoted fans know all too well – a Paul Carrack show is always something very special.

Milkshake! Party Party Live

February 16, 1pm and 3.30pm

£13, children £11, family (three) £33 or (four) £44

Fans of Channel 5’s hugely popular children’s TV strand Milkshake! will love this new stage show.

The show’s stellar line-up includes Little Princess, Bananas in Pyjamas, Noddy and Tessie Bear, Pip from Pip Ahoy! Bello from Jelly Jamm, Chloe from Chloe’s Closet, Tommy and Tallulah from Tickety Toc, Toby and Dolores from Toby’s Travelling Circus and Milkshake’s very own Milkshake Monkey!

The show will also feature two Milkshake! presenters, Jen Pringle and Amy Thompson.

This all-new musical extravaganza is bound to have audiences up on their feet, singing along, and jumping with delight.

The Chuckles of Oz

February 20, 2pm

£15, family (three) £42 or (four) £56

Returning by popular demand are the Chuckle Brothers, with their new show Chuckles of Oz.

Dorothy, The Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion and the Scarecrow are among the familiar characters that join the Wizards (Paul and Barry) for this sensational new version of the familiar Wizard of Oz story.

Audiences will get a unique glimpse into the Emerald City in a show packed with all the ingredients that make for a family fun packed show including audience participation, laugh out loud comedy, spectacular sets, costumes and special effects.

There’s no place like The Chuckles of Oz for all ages from 3-103 – so be sure to book today.

Don’t miss this new hilarious show, always guaranteed to have you chuckling all the way home.

The ELO Experience

February 21, 7.30pm

£20, £19 concessions

The legacy left by the Electric Light Orchestra barely needs any introduction – from 1972–1986 they achieved more combined UK and US top 40 hits than any other band on the planet.

Formed seven years ago, The ELO Experience are the world’s foremost tribute to this great band.

With a stunning light show and large screen projection to further enhance the experience, enjoy an incredible show which accurately reproduces the songs and sounds and takes you on a musical journey through time.

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