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PUBLISHED: 13:54 04 March 2009 | UPDATED: 09:29 13 July 2010

WIN tickets for shows coming up at the Pavilion Theatre, Cromer, this summer with a competition each and every week of the season in the North Norfolk News.

WIN tickets for shows coming up at the Pavilion Theatre, Cromer, this summer with a competition each and every week of the season in the North Norfolk News.

First, this week, is the chance to see The Pasadena Roof Orchestra as it celebrates its 40th Anniversary Year in 2009.

Since 1969 it has delighted audiences with its mix of swing and hot dance music. Inspired by the bands from the 1920's and 1930's.

The Orchestra has remained faithful to its roots of swing which have taken it several times around the world.

The show is on Friday 20th march at 7.30pm

IF comedy is your thing you can win tickets to see Tucker, one of Cromer's favourite adopted sons, when he makes a return visit to the Pavilion Theatre on Saturday 21st March. His unique brand of humour and quick whit has since his first appearance in Seaside Special has won him many fans.

Tucker left school with a few grades and the reputation of being the class clown. After a few years or working with his father in the building trade, Tucker swapped his Donkey jacket for a Pontin's Bluecoat. And that as they say “was it”.

Tucker was on his way in the career that he was destined to be in.

ENJOY a night with the flavour of London's West End at the Pavilion Theatre on Sunday 22nd March with the Westenders.

“More of the Best Musicals Ever” is no ordinary musical show. Featuring top West End singers and the highest quality musicians, they will take you on a unique musical journey with their own special 'WestEnders' brand of music.

The North Norfolk News has two seats for each of these shows . For details see this week's issue, out now, price 60p.


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