Paul Merton, Derek Acorah and Johnny Cash Roadshow at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange this April

SOME of the highlights this month at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.

Buddy Holly

A Legend Reborn

Saturday April 14, 7.30pm

�21.50, �20 concessions

CLUTCHING a Fender Stratocaster, sporting a pair of heavy-rimmed glasses and sounding exactly like Buddy in his heyday, this is an authentic slice of rock ‘n’ roll nostalgia.

The show has filled the rock ‘n’ roll icon’s shoes live on stage for more than 20 years, performing throughout the British Isles, Europe and the Middle East.

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Highlights have included performing at the London Palladium, Glastonbury Festival, appearances in films The Fifth Element and Mrs Brown and playing for Sir Paul McCartney and Sir Cliff Richard.

Ray McVay directs the World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra

Sunday April 15, 5pm

�18.50, �16.50 concessions

THE Glenn Miller Orchestra directed by Ray McVay presents the world’s greatest Big Band Show live in concert - bringing the 40’s back to the Corn Exchange.

You’ll hear the original arrangements of classic wartime chart toppers including In the Mood, Moonlight Serenade, American Patrol, Little Brown Jug and Tuxedo Junction.

This show is the complete package for Big Band aficionados.

Derek Acorah - The True Vision Tour

Wednesday April 18, 7.30pm


WITH countless hours of spirit contact, one-to-one readings, numerous TV appearances and 20 years of live stage shows, Derek Acorah is unquestionably the most time-honoured and respected Spirit Medium in the UK today.

His friendly and sincere delivery, down-to-earth charm and dedication to his work has endeared Derek to many tens of thousands of people, including those who regularly join him in the audience at his live stage shows.

Whether you’re an avid fan of his work, or you’re not quite convinced by the existence of the paranormal, allow Derek to show you just how spiritual this world is.

His unique presentation style and the compassion he shows whilst making contact with his audience’s loved ones make this an evening not to be missed.

Paul Merton - Out of my Head

Saturday April 21, 8pm

�23, �20 concessions

With Paul Merton, Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch and Suki Webster.

DISCOVER the bizarre workings of Paul Merton’s brain, as he muses on the mighty behemoth that is his noggin.

Paul returns to his stand-up roots for the first time this century. Away from the Have I got News For You desk Paul Merton proves he’s got legs.

A night of sketches, music, magic, variety and dancing girls (two of them aren’t girls).


The Johnny Cash Roadshow

Sunday April 22, 7.30pm

�18, �17 concessions

THE Johnny Cash Roadshow will perform material from throughout Cash’s career - including Walk the Line and Folsom Prison Blues to Hurt, the Man in Black’s last release in 2002.

There are many stops in-between, bringing the audience all the favourites, Man in Black, Boy Named Sue and The Ring of Fire all included.

The show also brings a focus on the duets Johnny and June sang, including Jackson, Darling Companion and Help Me Make it Through the Night.

Tickets for all these shows are available from the Box Office on 01553 764864 or online at

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