Comedian Phil Butler has made a return to the venue where he appeared in 1998 and 1999. Phil was on form at the preview and said he was delighted to be back. In the past Phil has toured with a Cromer favourite, Bradley Walsh, as well as regularly performing to the Armed Forces.
Phil is an outstanding multi-talented front man who is peaking in his art.
Joining Phil is Australia’s favourite comedy juggler, James Bustar. He’s appeared on Australia’s Got Talent and has become a headline act at performances and festivals across the globe. He dazzled with he’s stunts and comedic persona.
Impressionist Marea Smithson was brilliant as Anne Robinson and hilarious as Coronation Street stars Deirdre Barlow and Audrey Roberts. Marea shot to fame when she dazzled Britain’s Got Talent judges in 2012.
Singers Rob Mcbiegh and Emily Yarrow stunned the audience with their powerful vocals and blended superbly with the rest of the cast. Sometimes variety shows struggle to merge, however, this production is a true role model of how it should be done.
The dancers certainly add glamour and sparkle with their spectacular dance routines, it’s evident that choreographer, Di Cooke has worked her magic.
Some of the 2015 prices have been held including the entry level price of £10 and the top price premium seats remain the same at £23.50. Family tickets are available again for the school holiday matinees.
Show duration approximately 2 hours 30 minutes
Ticket collection from the Box Office situated at the entrance to the Pier. Open from 10am staying open until 7.30pm on show-nights.
For more information please visit Cromer pavilion website