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Hunstanton Princess Theatre hosts rock’n’roller Marty Wilde on September 4 and Cinema & Film Club starts with Downton Abbey: A New Era on September 6





Performing this weekend at Hunstanton’s Princess Theatre is rock’n’roll icon Marty Wilde while its Cinema and Film Club will start from next week, showing Downton Abbey: A New Era.

Marty Wilde and his five-piece band The Wildcats make a welcome return on Sunday, September 4 at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £26.50.

In May 2019 Marty was back in the British charts with a compilation of his Greatest Hits, including “A Teenager In Love”, “Sea Of Love”, ”Donna”, “Bad Boy”, “Endless Sleep”, “Jezebel” a new song “Eddie” (a tribute to his late friend Eddie Cochran) and many others.

Marty Wilde.
Marty Wilde.

Marty is also an acclaimed songwriter and penned hits for Status Quo, Lulu, The Casuals and his daughter Kim Wilde. His brand-new studio album has been completed and was released in 2020.

Marty began his career in 1957 – and was one of the first British singers to play a leading part in those early formative and ground-breaking ‘rock’n’roll’ years’.

A short while ago he was awarded the MBE by the Queen for services to music.

Foster & Allen.
Foster & Allen.

Marty Wilde is one of only a handful of original British artists of the 1950s and 60s who continue to tour. So get ready for a stunning musical roller coaster show.

The box office is open seven days a week from 9.30am-5pm on non show days and will remain open for 30 minutes after a performance has started on a show night, typically 9.30am-8pm. Online bookings are available '24/7': https://thelittleboxoffice.com/princess/book/selection/153431

Meanwhile, Foster & Allen's We'll Meet Again UK Tour 2022 comes to the Princess on Saturday, October 29.

Downton Abbey.
Downton Abbey.

Downton Abbey: A New Era (PG) on Tuesday, September 6 at 7.30pm sees the Crawley family going on a grand journey to the South of France to uncover the mystery of the dowager countess’s newly inherited villa.

Tickets: members £3.50 (annual membership £15), non-members £6.50, non-members concessions £5.50.

Please note – seating is general admission (refers to seating that is not assigned or reserved, and are occupied on a first-come, first-served basis once the auditorium is open.)



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