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Win tickets for Pavilion Theatre's top shows

PUBLISHED: 14:56 25 March 2009 | UPDATED: 09:34 13 July 2010

THIS week's North Norfolk News offers readers the chance to win tickets to a choice of four shows coming up at the Pavilion Theatre, Cromer.

Just complete the coupon in this week's issue (out now, price 60p) and the choice is yours…

Steve Hewlett, one of the UK's top comedy ventriloquists returns to the Pavilion Theatre on Friday 10th April at 8pm.

THIS week's North Norfolk News offers readers the chance to win tickets to a choice of four shows coming up at the Pavilion Theatre, Cromer.

Just complete the coupon in this week's issue (out now, price 60p) and the choice is yours…

Steve Hewlett, one of the UK's top comedy ventriloquists returns to the Pavilion Theatre on Friday 10th April at 8pm.

Since his last appearance in Cromer Steve has been performing around the world including the very last QE2 cruise from Southampton to New York. This all new show is sure to be in high demand so early booking is advised.

Patsy Cline (on Saturday 11th April 8pm) is returning to the UK for a seven- week run. The show devised and produced by Sandy Kelly traces the musical history of one of the “all time great” female artists Patsy Cline.

Cline's music crossed many divides. Although she was considered a Country Music artist it wasn't long before her records crossed over into the Pop and Jazz charts of the time and made her a multi million seller and household name around the world. Timeless songs, like Crazy, Walking after Midnight, Your Cheating Heart etc., coupled with a voice of pure feeling and quality has made Patsy Cline the icon she is today.

Tragically killed in a plane crash in 1963 her music and style is still as fresh and appealing 46 years on.

The star of this year's production is one of Ireland's best loved singers Barbara Ellis. Barbara will be no stranger to UK audiences as for many years she starred along side George Hamilton IV and Sandy Kelly in several productions, including Patsy Cline the Concert, across the UK and Ireland. She has made several UK TV appearances and represented Ireland at the Eurovision Song Contest in the 80's.

Barbara has toured and shared the stage with such greats as Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson and Tammy Wynette to name but a few.

Backed up by a six- piece band “Patsy Cline the Concert” will bring you on a magical musical journey of some of the greatest and best loved songs of all time.

Fans of the ballet will not want to miss the Vienna Festival Ballet performance of Coppelia on Sunday 12th April at 7pm

A lively ballet, infused with old world charm, Coppelia is a ballet for family audiences who will delight in the story, colourful costumes, lively characters and the music from Delibes.

Dr. Coppelius, a toy-maker, has made a beautiful mechanical doll, and named her Coppelia. He places her in his shop window, where the local villagers are amazed by her, and even begin to believe she is real. Swanhilda and Franz are two of these villagers and Swanhilda gets jealous when she sees Franz blowing kisses at Coppelia. Swanhilda and some of her friends break into the toy shop one day, but are caught by Dr. Coppelius.

Dr. Coppelius tries to bring Coppelia to life. He believes he has brought Coppelia to life, only to find out that he had been tricked by Swanhilda and Franz.

Paul Daniels - Britain's No 1 magician - presents his 'Showcase Musical Magic' on Tuesday 14th April at 7.30pm, an evening of magic, music, special effects and glamourous entertainment. Add to this heady mix some high kicking show girls and you have a show to remember.


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