On stage: Theatre shows and live music to see in Spalding, Peterborough, King's Lynn and Stamford
There are some great shows to catch in and around the area in the coming days.
On Friday, November 1, The New Theatre in The Broadway, in Peterborough, has show The Rat Pack - Swinging at the Sands.
Here, you'll be taken back to the glitzy 1960s Sands Hotel in Vegas where the three Kings of Swing - Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jnr, and Dean Martin were at the peak of their stardom.
Complete with a live backing band, and featuring stars of the hit West End show ‘The Rat Pack – Live From Las Vegas’, this show recreates the trademark style, flair and outstanding vocals of Frank, Dean and Sammy with incredible authenticity, whilst also injecting its own unique brand of on-stage comedy banter.
Expect songs such as 'I've Got You Under My Skin,' 'That's Life', 'Mr Bojangles', 'New York, New York,' and more.
Then, from November 4-9, it's Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap.
For more on what's coming up or to book tickets go to www.newtheatre-peterborough.com or call 01733 852992.
Over at the King's Lynn Corn Exchange is Ed Byrne on Tuesday, November 5. The master comedian will be presenting his 'If I'm Honest' show, where he takes a long hard look at himself and tries to decide if he has ANY traits that are worth passing on to his children.
Book on 01553 764864 or go to www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk for more on what's on.
Here at the South Holland Centre, in Spalding, is the play User Not Found on Wednesday, October 30, at 6pm and 8.30pm. This is described as a tender play about what happens to your digital life after your death. It's being performed in the lounge bar by Dante or Die and is written by Chris Goode.
Make a date in your diary, also, for soul queen and saxophonist Yolanda Brown on Friday, November 15, at 8pm, at the centre. Book on 01775 764777.
If you enjoy classical music, Stamford Arts Centre hosts Emma Johnson and John Lenehan on Saturday, November 2, at 7.30pm. Book on 01780 763203.
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