Chuckle Brothers and tributes to ABBA, Meat Loaf and ELO at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange in February

11:12 13 January 2014

The Chuckle Brothers

The Chuckle Brothers

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Tributes to three huge music acts come to King’s Lynn Corn Exchange next month - and there’s a half-term treat for youngsters.

Tickets for the shows are now on sale. To purchase, contact the Corn Exchange on 01553 764864.

The Meat Loaf Story

February 15, 7.30pm

£23, £22 concessions.

Since appearing on Stars in Their Eyes 18 years ago performing as Meat Loaf, Steve Steinman has become a star.

Steve has a fan base most rock stars would be proud of. He has performed at the London Palladium, arenas and concert halls all over the world.

The Meat Loaf Story comes to King’s Lynn with the best of the best from Meat Loaf’s incredible back catalogue of albums.

With video projected scenes, incredible stage sets, superb band and Steve’s unique sense of humour and stage presence, the show will have you up on your feet and dancing in the aisles to all the greatest Meat Loaf hits.

The ELO Experience

February 20, 7.30pm

£20, £19 concessions.

In 1970, the Electric Light Orchestra became one of the world’s best known and greatest recording bands, packing stadiums throughout the world.

The ELO Experience tribute band are a group of talented musicians currently touring the UK and bring their Mr Blue Sky tour to King’s Lynn.

Fans will be taken on an incredible trip down memory lane, with almost two hours worth of fantastic tunes.

The ELO Experience has been recreating the fabulous sounds of ELO for five years in theatres across the UK and their popularity is growing at an incredible rate.

The Chuckle Brothers

February 21, 2pm

£15. Family (3) £42, (4) £56.

The Chuckle Brothers return to King’s Lynn with their new show Space Oddity.

Paul and Barry visit a toy shop to buy some water pistols. While trying them out they notice a toy space ship which they get in.

Don’t touch anything the shop keeper shouts out. But being The Chuckle Brothers they can’t resist it and press some buttons.

All sorts of noises go off. “Oh dear, oh dear,” they cry out as they magically and accidentally go into a space on a new adventure.

Don’t miss this new hilarious story as The Chuckle Brothers go into space.

Fun for all the family, book your seat for this space adventure early.

ABBA Mania

February 22, 7.30pm

£19.50, £18.50 concessions.

It is 40 years since ABBA won Eurovision and now it’s your chance to thank ABBA for the music.

ABBA Mania is now accepted as the world’s number one touring ABBA production and it’s your chance to see them at King’s Lynn.

ABBA Mania brings fans old and new a night not to be missed. If you’re looking for an excuse to party, reminisce or simply be entertained by the best music ever, then this show is for you.

It features a special concert presentation, which celebrates the music of ABBA and revives special memories of when they ruled the airwaves.

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