Spalding shows have something for everyone
There will be plenty of brilliant acts to enjoy over the coming weeks at the South Holland Centre in Spalding.
Whether you’re a huge music fan or perhaps you need a good laugh, there’s something for everyone at the venue.
Later this month, there will be something to suit plenty of different music tastes.
On Thursday, April 28, fans of Dire Straits will be able to hear all about the band’s ‘walk of life’ when bassist John Illsley takes to the stage.
Along with Mark Knopfler, John was a founder member of the legendary band who sold over 120 million albums.
He will be playing plenty of the band’s hits while also answering questions from Paul Cummins (ex-Dire Straits management).
Then on Friday, April 29 the world’s biggest touring country show will be coming to town. Country Superstars, the Dolly Parton and Friends tribute, have been a huge hit in London’s West End.
TV and West End Dolly star Sarah Jayne has been performing as Dolly Parton for more than 27 years and is Europe’s leading tribute to the Queen of Country.
She will be joined by award-winning vocal impersonator Andy Crust, to take the audience on a journey back through time to meet the most influential icons to have shaped country music history.
The show features tributes to Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Billie Jo Spears, Kenny Rogers, Willie Nelson, Tammy Wynette, Garth Brooks, John Denver, Glen Campbell and now Canadian country superstar Shania Twain and includes The Country Superstars Band.
On Thursday, May 5, multi award winning comedian and Edinburgh Fringe favourite Patrick Monahan returns on tour with another brand new stand‐up show.
In ‘Started At The Bottom, Now I’m Here’, Patrick discusses his changing and colourful life from working class Iranian, Irish, immigrant roots with his family living in a caravan to modern middle‐class life.
For tickets, visit www.southhollandcentre.co.uk