Variety is the star of the show at Clevedon community centre event

PUBLISHED: 16:00 28 October 2015

Adam Daye

Adam Daye


Stars Of Variety will take to the stage in Clevedon next week.

Ahead of its national theatre tour next year, the show will perform a two-hour one-off special at Princes Hall in Princes Road on November 6 when traditional family entertainment will thrill the audience.

The performance’s inspiration comes from famous seaside and music hall productions from years gone by, including performances from television and radio star 
Adam Daye, sensational singer Ricky Zalez, and comedy-magician duo Denny Sands and Lola.

Denny said: “I grew up just down the road in Claverham and still live there when I’m not away touring or at my other base in Blackpool.

“It’s going to be great to perform close to home for a change.

“This show really has something for everyone in it and we’ve even got a few surprises lined up – but you’ll have to come and see the show to see what they may be.”

A Princes Hall spokesman said the venue is looking forward to putting on a good show once again for the people of Clevedon.

He added: “We are delighted to be having the Stars Of Variety here at the Princes Hall and hope it will be well supported and a big draw for the local area.

“It’s not very often that we get professional productions in and the theatre has certainly never had anything like this before so we’re extremely excited to see the show live.

“We’re really going all out for this show and to make the audience experience more intimate and mysterious, we’ll even be turning the main theatre auditorium into a cabaret showbar for the evening – seating people cabaret-style around candle-lit tables.”

The performance starts at 7pm and tickets cost £12 for adults, £10.50 for concessions and £9 for children aged 12-16 years old. Tickets can be bought from 07734 426520, the community centre office or by clicking here

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