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Red Hot Pianos at Potters

PUBLISHED: 16:47 08 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:21 30 June 2010

BRIAN and Judy Potter's Annual Charity Musical Show will take place in the Atlas Theatre tomorrow, Saturday, with curtain up at 3pm.

Potters Theatre Company will be performing their brand new show Spring Fever which takes a selection of the best numbers from some of the greatest West End musicals to create a show full of timeless classics from the heart of musical theatre.

BRIAN and Judy Potter's Annual Charity Musical Show will take place in the Atlas Theatre tomorrow, Saturday, with curtain up at 3pm.

Potters Theatre Company will be performing their brand new show Spring Fever which takes a selection of the best numbers from some of the greatest West End musicals to create a show full of timeless classics from the heart of musical theatre. Experience performances from much loved musicals like Hair Spray, Les Miserables and much more. Each Time the Potters Theatre Company Perform, their sensational show is only equalled by the Theatre they perform in.

See the Red Hot Piano's; duelling pianists take to the stage in a dazzling display of musical skill - you really haven't seen anything like this before. Plus local musicians will also perform as part of this great afternoon of entertainment.

Potters Theatre Company has an enviable reputation as the training ground for many talented singers and dancers who have gone on to West End success; not least of whom has been Kerry Ellis, the star of Wicked who was most recently seen as one of the mentors during the BBC's prime time programme searching for the next Dorothy for Andrew Lloyd Webber's production of The Wizard of Oz. And Lee Mead, winner of the search for Joseph and now an established West End Star and husband of Denise Van Outen, who first trod the boards at Potters. So this is your chance to spot the stars of the future!

Following on from this success Potters Theatre School, which is going from strength to strength, is now being seen as the place for aspiring singers and dancers to get expert, professional teaching and advice. Now a whole new generation of performers is looking to Potters for their opportunity to succeed.

More importantly all the ticket money raised will be matched by Brian and Judy Potter and will go to an extremely worthy cause; Palliative Care East, which is raising funds for the new palliative care centre at the James Paget Hospital, which will provide support and care for people with serious illnesses such as cancer and motor neurone disease. In addition, The Norfolk Community Foundation has generously agreed to increase the final total raised by an additional 50pc!

It's certainly going to be a fabulous afternoon and the perfect opportunity to support a deserving local charity whilst enjoying a West End standard musical theatre show. We certainly hope that you, your family and friends will be able to come?

The friendly sales team at Potters Leisure Resort will be waiting for your call on 0845 456 6933.

For further information please contact Richard Lennox at Potters Leisure Resort on 01502 734 897 or Graham Tuttle, Director, Norfolk Community Foundation on 01603 623 958


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