We’re all shook up! The King is here – with all those fabulous hits from the 1950s through to the Seventies.
Pete Webb is one of the most sought after Elvis Presley impersonators, and his show is at 123 Create in Midland Road, Bedford, on Thursday, July 24, as part of Bedfringe.
His evening of entertainment, which starts at 7pm, features songs from the King’s whole career.
There will be an Indian buffet and lots of opportunity for dancing!
Tickets are £10 and the show runs for about two hours.
>> In commemoration of the Great War, Guy Masterson has compiled 60 minutes of the finest wartime poetry and accounts from both sides of No Man’s Land, in Anthem For A Doomed Youth, also a Bedfringe show.
The performance, at The Place Theatre on Thursday, July 24, features works by Wilfred Owen, who gives the show its title, Siegfried Sassoon, Isaac Rosenberg and also some lesser known German poets.
The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are £8/£5 from www.bedfringe.com. Show suitable for children aged 11 and over.