TV psychic's Pavilion date

THE Pavilion Theatre in Gorleston is gearing up for a busy end of summer and winter show programme. Saturday, September 12, sees the venue host a Psychic Evening with Keith Charles, a unique evening of clairvoyance.

THE Pavilion Theatre in Gorleston is gearing up for a busy end of summer and winter show programme.

Saturday, September 12, sees the venue host a Psychic Evening with Keith Charles, a unique evening of clairvoyance.

Keith is a highly gifted medium and psychic who delivers detailed proof of life after death, with dignity, sincerity and sometimes a touch of humour from those who live in the spirit world. His reputation as one of the world's best mediums was enhanced when he excelled on The Ultimate Psychic Challenge on Channel 4 and Sky Living TV.

Tickets for the performance which starts at 7.30pm are from �9.50 to �11.

In October audiences will be taking through the decades with some of the biggest hits performed by the Tigerlillys, set to dazzle the crowds as they embrace a wide variety of genres and styles singing their way from the 1960s up to the present day.

With fantastic vocals from Tigerlillys along with stunning choreography and spectacular costumes from the dancers, this production promises to give you a great night out on October 3, at 8pm, with tickets priced from �6 to �8.

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Gorleston Theatre Company presents Happy as a Sandbag in November to mark the 70th anniversary of the start of the second-world-war.

This musical revue takes a light hearted look back at such wartime memorabilia as ration books, powdered egg, the Jitter Bug, air raids and all the personalities from Max Miller to Winston Churchill and a certain Adolf Hitler!

Performances run nightly at 7.30pm from November 5 to 7 with a matinee performance at 2pm on Saturday, November 7. Tickets are priced from �7 to �9.

Former Anglia TV presenter Helen McDermott will once again be treading the boards at Gorleston Pavilion this Christmas in the pantomime Dick Whittington and his Cat.

She will be playing the character Fairy Bowbells in the panto based on a folk tale about a poor boy who becomes a wealthy merchant and eventually Mayor of London.

The show opens on December 14 and will run until January 3. Ticket prices range from �8 to �12 with discounts for parties and family groups of two adults and two children.

To book tickets, phone the theatre box office on 01493 662832 or visit www.gorlestonpavilion.com.