Review: End-of-the-Pier Show, Hunstanton Princess Theatre
Following on from its success in previous years, Hunstanton's 'End of the Pier Show' - if only it had one - has even better singers and dancers than before.
A quartet of professional West End singers, accompanied by well rehearsed dancing girls, start the show with music from 'The Greatest Showman'.
This exuberant opening sets the pace for the rest of the performance, culminating with several foot-tapping songs from the repertoire of the ever popular Abba.
While the vocalists and dancers take a breather the audience is entertained by ventriloquist Andy Greaves and comedian Steve Barclay. Children from the Rollason Stage School make a fantastic contribution to the show, whether performing on their own or with the professional dancers and singers.
The routines from 'Annie' showcase the Rollason stars of tomorrow, and 11-year-old Eden gives a truly amazing performance in the role of Annie.
The show runs until August 22 on Thursdays at 2.30 and 7.30.
Tickets £14.50/concessions £13.50/under 16’s £7/family ticket £39, 1 in 10 go free - call the box office to book your group tickets.