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Queen & Bee Gees tributes, Circus Of Horrors at King's Lynn Alive Corn Exchange; Princess Theatre, Hunstanton hosts Cinderella And Her Naughty Buttons & D-Day Darlings

Circus Of Horrors pitches up at Lynn's Alive Corn Exchange, heading a new year programme on Wednesday, January 18, 7.30pm, tickets £28.

Hot on the heels of the Circus of Horrors' ‘The Witch' comes a sensational new show – The Haunted Fairground.

It is set to blow your mind with an amazing set, stellar lights, special effects & of course beautifully bizarre circus acts, a sinister story and the darkest of magic all performed to an original rock score.

Circus of Horrors
Circus of Horrors

Have your finest hour, or two, as Radio GaGa to the Corn Exchange on Thursday, January 19 (7.30pm; £29.50, concs £28.50). The ultimate celebration of one the biggest bands to have ever graced the stage – Queen includes your favourite hits including, Don’t Stop Me Now, I Want to Break Free, Somebody to Love, We Will Rock You and of course Bohemian Rhapsody.

You Win Again – Celebrating the Music of the Bee Gees is on Friday, January 20 at 7.30pm, tickets £29.50.

This Gibb brothers tribute show includes: Night Fever, Stayin’ Alive, More Than A Woman, You Should Be Dancing, How Deep is Your Love?, Jive Talkin’, Tragedy, Massachusetts, Words, I’ve Got to Get a Message to You, Too Much Heaven, Islands in the Stream, Grease, If I Can’t Have You and many more!

The D-Day Darlings – A Christmas to Remember
The D-Day Darlings – A Christmas to Remember

• Meanwhile, coming up at The Princess Theatre, Hunstanton, on Friday, November 18 is Cinderella And Her Naughty Buttons! – an adult panto which is not suitable for under-16s. Tickets £18.50, show 7.30pm.

Back on the road for their 19th year, the Market Theatre Company are out to corrupt another fairy-tale classic beyond recognition with an adult panto like no other.

The fearless company of three actors return to bring you an evening of corny jokes, raunchy plots and blatant sexual innuendo using a minimum of set props and costume.

Saturday, November 19 is Buddy Holly & The Cricketers - Holly at Christmas, 7.30pm, tickets £23/£21.50.

Sunday, November 20 sees The D-Day Darlings – A Christmas to Remember, 7.30pm, tickets£22.50.

The UK’s premier wartime inspired group, The D-Day Darlings, present a “A Christmas to Remember” an outstanding festive show for all the family.

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