Summer Spectacular at the Gorleston Pavilion
GORLESTON’S Pavilion Theatre has raised the curtain on this year’s Summer Spectacular.
The traditional seaside show offers two-hours of entertainment for all the family, mixing big Broadway numbers with modern songs the kids can tap along to, to comedy and dance.
Stretching to October the summer season is reckoned among the longest in the country and features occasional one-off weekend specials.
The Summer Spectacular is on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 7.45pm. May’s only matinee is on Wednesday at 2pm.
Later, on Friday, June 3, at 7.30pm The Honeycombs feature in a show called Rock Around the 60s.
The Honeycombs burst onto the scene in 1964 as part of the Joe Meek revolution, with Honey Lantree who influenced Karen Carpenter to take up drums.
They had a string of hits including Have I The Right which was a massive UK hit in 1964 taking the top spot for three weeks, and reaching the top five in a further 28 countries.
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Founder member Martin Murray originally called the band The Sheratons, but after passing Joe Meek’s audition, The Honeycombs were born.
They now claim to be bigger and better than ever, and even more dynamic on stage.
l To book call 01493 662832 or visit www.gorlestonpavilion.com