November at King’s Lynn

There’s plenty on at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange this month, here’s a few of the highlights…

Rich Hall
Friday 11 November | 8pm | £17.00

The award-winning Montana native renowned for his expertly crafted tirades and quick fire banter, returns.

His critically acclaimed grouchy, deadpan style has established him as a master of absurdist irony and king of rapid-fire wit.  His BBC 4 documentaries Rich Hall’s California Stars, Rich Hall’s You Can Go To Hell, I’m Going to Texas and Rich Hall’s Inventing the Indian, together with his current four part series on BBC Radio 4 Rich Hall’s (US Election) Breakdown, as well as numerous regular TV appearances, stand testimony to his plain spoken, growling indignation and acerbic observations.

An award winner, Rich Hall has been described as a transatlantic messenger, lampooning each country he visits with his common sense.  His unerring talent to hit his targets with precision every time leaves his audience hanging on his every word winning him fans all over the globe.

Soul Legends
Saturday 12 November | 7.30pm | £24 (Concs £22.50, Groups: 1 in 10 Free)

Get on board the soul train as it take you on an unforgettable soul music journey; with amazing costumes and jaw-dropping choreography, the all-star cast of talented singers and musicians authentically revive everyone’s favourite soul numbers from Sixties origins, via the dance classics of the Seventies and Eighties, to the present day including: Respect, Knock On Wood, Midnight Hour, Proud Mary, You’re My First My Last My Everything, Best Of My Love, River Deep Mountain High, Ain’t No Stopping Us Now, Beat It, I Feel Good, Three Times a Lady, Land of a Thousand Dances, Don’t Stop till You Get Enough, I’m So Excited, Think, Nut Bush City Limits – the hits just keep on coming.

Whether you’re a ‘Soul Man’, or ‘A Natural Woman’, come and relive your favourite soul anthems with the music of Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Michael Jackson, Tina Turner, Lionel Richie, Barry White, Earth Wind and Fire, Sam and Dave and many more, in the feel good show of the year.

Seth Lakeman: with special guests Wildwood Kin
Sunday 13 November | 7.30pm | £23.50

Award-winning folk-singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Seth Lakeman has successfully steered English folk music into the mainstream with high-energy performances and a series of best-selling albums over the last 10 years.

Previous albums include Word of Mouth which entered the UK Top 20 album charts on its release, Mercury-nominated Kitty Jay and the gold-selling Freedom Fields.

The recent release of his eighth album, Ballads of the Broken Few, is a stunning combination of his dynamic song writing and playing, with female trio Wildwood Kin adding their sublime harmonies to his own gritty lead vocals.  Between them they have conjured up an epic, soulful album of compelling songs that are stripped back to their very essence.

The Good Old Days Of Variety
Wednesday 16 November | 2.30pm | £14 (Concs £13.50, Groups: buy 10 get 11th Free)

A fabulous show for all ages, The Good Old Days of Variety takes you back to the great days of entertainment.

Making a rare appearance on stage, special star guest Frank Williams, the Vicar in the original Dad’s Army TV series, takes us on a trip down memory lane with stories and film clips about Dad’s Army and reminisces of working with Morecambe and Wise, The Two Ronnies, the new Dad’s Army film, in which he returned in a cameo role as the Vicar, and much more.

With a full supporting company including comedian Nicky Martyn, singing star Tammy Jones and fabulous illusions speciality act High Jinx, live musicians and lots of wonderful old favourite songs to sing along to… this is a show not to be missed!

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