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SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE PALLADIUM tickets



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Giles Cooper by arrangement with Metropolitan Grand Lodge presents ‘Sunday Night at the London Palladium’ – a night of variety to celebrate 300 years since the formation of the United Grand Lodge of England and in aid of the Royal Variety Charity. Hosted by BRADLEY WALSH, this night of variety will feature a host of stars from the worlds of music, comedy, theatre and dance. Artists confirmed include, Motown legend MARY WILSON from THE SUPREMES (the USA’s biggest selling vocal group of all-time) and MARTHA REEVES & THE VANDELLAS, ground-breaking electric string quarter ESCALA, a Britain’s Got Talent tribute featuring COLLABRO (Winners of BGT 2014), LANCE CORPORAL RICHARD JONES (Winner of BGT 2016), GEORGE SAMPSON, (Winner of BGT 2008) and BGT Finalists STAVROS FLATLEY and RICHARD & ADAM. There will also be exclusive performances by keyboard virtuoso and rock music legend RICK WAKEMAN, 80’s pop icon NICK HEYWARD, West-End star SOPHIE EVANS, comedy from JOE PASQUALE and a special appearance by ventriloquist ROGER DE COURCEY. Classical music is represented by the Number 1 Album selling soprano-mezzo LAURA WRIGHT, as well as a performance by Slovakia’s renowned violin ‘duelling’ virtuosos, VLADMIR & ANTON. ‘Old school’ variety comes in the shape of critically acclaimed speciality act SLIGHTLY FAT FEAURES and there will be an exclusive performance by the world famous SYLIVIA YOUNG DANCERS. All proceeds to the Royal Variety Charity (Charity Reg No 206451) and the Metropolitan Grand Charity’s Tricentenary Appeal. Promoter has the right to change line-up.

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