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Music, comedy, dance and darts at Civic Hall

A star-studded spring programme is being lined up at the Civic Hall in Bedworth, including top comedy, music and dance shows, and even darts.

On Saturday, January 17, the Elvis Presley Songbook is performed in the Fosse 107 Lounge by Richard Griffin. On Saturday, January 19, the WGH Carpentry and Joinery Darts Masters 2019 comes to town, with Steve Beaton, Martin Adams, Terry Jenkins and Jamie Caven fighting it out for the trophy. Pantomime fun with Dick Whittington performed by Nuneaton Pantomime and Revue Society, hits the stage from January 24 - 26, and Dance Kraze Studios presents Dancing Through the Decades on February 2 and 3. Toes will be tapping on Friday, February 8, when That’ll Be The Day, the nation’s favourite rock ‘n’ roll variety show returns by popular demand. And stars of country music including Johnny Cash and Patsy Cline will be remembered on Tuesday, February 12, with the Legends of American Country Music show. Comedy will be back on the agenda when Jim Davidson (pictured right)

returns on Saturday, February 16, and the 1970s will be remembered when Anker Radio presents Thank Abba for the Music the next Saturday. Beatlemania hits Bedworth when The Upbeat Beatles (main picture) play on Saturday, March 2, and The Midlands Region National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain takes place on the following weekend. The Nuneaton-based Chater Dance Academy bring their Dance and Glory Show to the Civic Hall on Sunday, March 17 and Monday, March 18, and the Roy Orbison Story featuring Barry Steele returns on Friday, March 22. Tim Norton, General Manager of the Civic Hall, said: “We are thoroughly looking forward to some wonderful shows this spring and fully believe we have something for everyone. “And it is well worth booking a date in your diary for December, when Beauty and the Beast, our pantomime for 2019, takes to the stage.’’

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