The Alive Corn Exchange announced its summer season today with plenty of entertainment on the cards for young and old alike.
The highlight of the new summer season at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange is All or Nothing The Mod Musical (Friday, June 9, Saturday June 10).
A trans-generational musical experience based on the life and music of the of the iconic Mod band The Small Faces and celebrating their unique sound. The show includes an arsenal of brilliant hits like Whatcha Gonna Do About It, All Or Nothing,Tin Soldier, Lazy Sunday, Here Comes The Nice and Itchycoo Park.
Another ever popular band from the 60’s The Searchers (Friday, April 7) make a return with their classic hits and continuing the 60s theme The Solid Silver 60s Show (Tuesday, May 9 featuring The Merseybeats, Dave Berry, Wayne Fontana, Chris Montez and Vanity Fare celebrate history’s most successful decade of music!
Also The Manfreds (Thursday, June 15) one of the most respected bands from the era, with original front man Paul Jones will perform many of their hits.
Mark Andrews Productions present The Good Old Days of Variety (Thursday, May 25) for a Carry On special with guest star – Valerie Leon.
Barry Steele As Roy Orbison 10 Year Anniversary Tour (Saturday, June 3) takes you on a musical journey in time from the 60s to the 80s of this music giant.
Steve Steinman’s new show Iconic – The show (Friday, April 21) features hit songs from some of the coolest and iconic movies of all time.
Lastly, the venue will welcome Creed’s Cross – The Celtic Journey (Thursday, April 27) for an extraordinary live show of song and dance to Irish music.
Returning by popular demand is Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story – (April 24-25) this West End show has been seen by over 22 million people worldwide.
For children of all ages, we have Britain’s Got Talent winners Ashleigh & Pudsey coming in The Wizard Of Oz – for a Easter Panto (Thursday, April 6) Bobby Davro will also be joining them on the yellow brick road as the Scarecrow.
Packed with brilliant dance routines, well known pop songs, lots of audience participation and plenty of laughter for all the family. Also in the Easter holidays we have Mr Blooms Nursery – Live (Tuesday, April 11) followed by Naomi’s Wild and Scary (Wednesday, April 12) this show is full of fun and some scary creatures so ages 5+ are recommended.
The history of Britain with the nasty bits left in - Horrible Histories The Best Of Barmy Britain (Sun 4 Jun) is live on stage featuring all you favourite characters from Britain’s barmy past.
Join Ben and Holly in the BAFTA award- winning animation live on stage Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom (June 17-18).
Based on the Brothers Grimm classic fairy tale Rapunzel The Musical (September 14-17) is brand new adaption of the classic children’s story.
Featuring toe-tapping songs it is ideal for the whole family. If you’re a fan of one of X Factor’s finest exports you’re sure to L.O.V.E The Little Mix Experience (Sunday, june 11). Justin’s Party (Saturday, April 29) with BAFTA award winning actor Justin Fletcher has sold out.
Live music this season includes Dominc Kirwan and Lisa Stanley (Thursday, May 11) one of Ireland’s greatest ever entertainers is joined by one of Ireland’s top female vocalists, bringing their own inimitable style to the rich musical heritage of their homeland. Following her portrayal of Mama Morton in Chicago X Factor winner Sam Bailey (Friday, May 12) returns to the stage with her own live show.
Champions of Magic (Monday, April 3) direct for the West End, the world class illusionists return for a night of mystery.
Also the very popular That’ll Be The Day (Saturday, April 22) and again with a brand new show (Friday, September 1) are back after three decades of touring.
For a wonderful evening of Strictly moves, there is Pasha Kovalev and his fantastic dancers (Sunday, April 23) and An Audience with Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe Somewhere In Time (Friday, June 2).
Remembering Fred (Tuesday, May 16) is Sold Out!
With vibrant classical choreography and Mendelssohn’s joyous music award winning Ballet Cymru present a stunning version of Shakespeare’s magical play A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Wednesday, May 31).