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Super summer line up for Britannia Pier

PUBLISHED: 17:35 13 May 2010 | UPDATED: 17:46 30 June 2010

NO matter the weather the stage is set for a sizzling summer season of entertainment at Britannia Pier Theatre.

The curtain goes up with the return rapier of Jimmy Carr who has won legions of fans with his quick-fire deadpan humour.

NO matter the weather the stage is set for a sizzling summer season of entertainment at Britannia Pier Theatre.

The curtain goes up with the return rapier of Jimmy Carr who has won legions of fans with his quick-fire deadpan humour.

The star Channel 4's 8 out of 10 Cats and numerous other TV shows Jimmy is back at the Britannia which has become a regular date on his sell out tours.

Jim Davidson needs no introduction to Great Yarmouth audiences and the comedian is back with what is being billed his most outrageous show yet - If I Ruled the World, and super crooner Des O'Connor is on the bill in August, just as he used to be in the heydays of the resort.

To Me, To You - the much loved Chuckle Brothers are celebrating 25 years on stage with their usual crazy slapstick.

In the Chinese Year of the Tiger Joe Pasquale is back at the Britannia honing his psychic skills with sidekick The Emperor Wang (Kevin Bloss).

The UK's number 1 spirit medium Derek Acorah brings his hugely entertaining and enlightening psychic ability to the theatre on July 3. Get ready to rock with laughter as double act Cannon and Ball meet the Blue's Brothers Jake and Elwood.

Other highlights include 1960s legends The Searchers in a highly entertaining concert that has been acclaimed around the world.

Jimmy Carr - Friday, June 25/Saturday June 26, 8pm £22.50

Derek Acorah - Saturday, July 3, 7.30pm, £17.50

Jim Davidson - Tuesday, July 27, 7.30pm, £20

Chuckle Brothers - Wednesday, July 28, 7pm, £13.50

Lee Memphis King - (Elvis Tribute), Thursday, July 29, 7.30pm, £14.50, £12.50 (concessions), £8 (children)

Waterloo (Abba tribute) - Monday, August 2, 7.30pm, £17, £15.50 (concessions) £5 (children)

Joe Pasquale - Tuesday, August 3, 7.30pm, £17.50, £14 (concessions) £9 (children)

Chuckle Brothers - Wednesday, August 4, 7pm, £13.50

Rock with Laughter - Friday, August 6, 7.30pm, £16.50, £13.50 (concessions), £9.50 (children)

The Searchers - Monday, August 9, 7.30pm, £17.50, £15.50 (concessions)

Jim Davidson - Tuesday, August 10, 7.30pm, £20

Chuckle Brothers - Wednesday, August 11, 7pm, £13.50

Dominic Kirwan - Friday, August 13, £17.50, £15

Waterloo (Abba tribute) - Monday, August 16, 7.30pm, £17.50, £15.50 (concessions) £5 (children)

Joe Pasquale - Tuesday, August 17, 7.30pm, £17.50, £14 (concessions) £9 (children)

Chuckle Brothers - Wednesday, August 18, 7pm, £13.50

Lee Memphis King (Elvis Tribute) - Thursday, August 19, 7.30pm, £14.50, £12.50 (concessions), £8 (children)

Rock with Laughter - Friday, August 20, 7.30pm, £16.50, £13.50 (concessions), £9.50 (children)

The Searchers - Monday, August 23, 7.30pm, £17.50, £15.50 (concessions)

Chuckle Brothers - Wednesday, August 25, 7pm, £13.50

Des O'Connor - Thursday, August 26, performance time and ticket prices to be confirmed

Waterloo (Abba tribute) - Monday, August 30, 7.30pm, £17, £15.50 (concessions) £5 (children)

Joe Pasquale - Tuesday, August 31, 7.30pm, £17.50, £14 (concessions) £9 (children)

Rock with Laughter - Friday, September 3, 7.30pm, £16.50, £13.50 (concessions), £9.50 (children)

Colin Fry - Sunday, September 12, 7.30pm, £18.50, £17.50 (concessions)

Roy Chubby Brown - Thursday, 7.30pm, September 16, £19

Jethro - Saturday, September 25, 7.30pm, £18


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