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Summer sizzlers at Marina Centre

PUBLISHED: 18:41 17 July 2008 | UPDATED: 11:25 03 July 2010

ALL STAR: The Marina Centre has announced its line-up for the summer

ALL STAR: The Marina Centre has announced its line-up for the summer

GREAT Yarmouth's Marina Centre once again has a fantastic line up of entertainment this summer, something for everyone.

The All Star Summer Show 2008 is on every Wednesday July 23 to August 27 and is one of Yarmouth's most popular shows during the summer.

GREAT Yarmouth's Marina Centre once again has a fantastic line up of entertainment this summer, something for everyone.

The All Star Summer Show 2008 is on every Wednesday July 23 to August 27 and is one of Yarmouth's most popular shows during the summer.

Events manager Gavin Dean said: “This year it features top tributes to Kylie, Robbie Williams, The Blues Brothers and the King himself Elvis Presley. A brilliant night out for music lovers of all ages, plus there is the added bonus of the free firework spectacular right outside of the venue at the end of the show. Popular duo Hanton and Dean will be hosting the show and the Summer Showgirls will be adding some sparkle in to each performance.”

Doors open 7pm, Tickets Adults £12.50, Child/OAP £10.50.

Battle Of the Bands 2008 will be running Thursdays from July 24 to December 18.

Lock and Load's Battle of the Bands has become an institution for local bands to showcase their talent and has a huge following. For the first time the organisers have decided to start the battle in the summer making the final at Christmas time. Doors open 7pm, entrance on the night is £3.

The Jack and the Beanstalk Panto will be running on Fridays from July 25 to August 29. Doors open 7.30pm, all Tickets £7.50

Gavin concluded: “With a fantastic run of shows at the Marina Centre, you can enjoy three top comedians as seen on TV all for just £12. Waitress Service, food on the night, bar open 'til late, it's all here ready for you to let loose and laugh the night away.”

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