Triple T’s Christmas spectacular

PUBLISHED: 10:53 13 November 2015 | UPDATED: 10:53 13 November 2015

Triple T Christmas show at the Gorleston Pavillion

Triple T Christmas show at the Gorleston Pavillion


Following the success their inaugural show West End to Broadway at the Hippodrome in May, Triple T productions return to the stage with a Christmas spectacular on Sunday, December 6 at the Gorleston Pavilion.

The show boasts a talented cast of over 30 singers and dancers and promises to be a real mix of festive favourites with a few surprises thrown in to really get you into the Christmas spirit.

Nick Ball, the shows director and musical director, said: “We are all thrilled to be performing in the unique atmosphere of the Gorleston Pavilion. For a number of us this is our spiritual home where we first started out as singers, dancers and actors and we are always grateful of the welcome we receive from Stuart, Kevin and all the staff at the theatre. We have put together a real Christmas cracker to start the festive season off with a bang.”

Featuring seasonal songs from some classic musical theatre films and shows alongside all time Christmas favourites from the likes of Glee, Kylie Minogue, Wizzard, Slade, Wham, Bing Crosby and Dean Martin there is sure to be something for all the family.

Tickets cost £10 adults and £5 children and are available for the theatre box office (01493) 662832 or online

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