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A great line-up set to take to the Meres stage in Grantham




A fantastic line-up of live gigs and gags is set to grace the stage at Meres Leisure Centre in the coming months, as part of Meres Live.

Prepare for a nostalgia party extravaganza as the legendary ‘That’ll Be The Day’ appears on stage with its brand new 30th anniversary special this month.

Taking place at 7.30pm on Saturday, September 19, the nations favourite rock ‘n’ roll variety spectacular will feature a fantastic line up of knock-out hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s, plus more hilarious comedy.

Tickets for this ‘party’ will cost £23 (£21 concessions) or £19 each for groups of six plus. Please note a £1 booking fee applies to each ticket.

Next to grace the stage with his outrageous comedy will be stand-up comedian Jimmy Carr.

Jimmy Carr is currently best known for hosting and appearing on TV panel shows such as 8 Out of 10 Cats, QI, and The Big Fat Quiz of the Year.

As a stand-up, he tours relentlessly; notorious for his dark jokes and edgy one-liners, not to mention his quick witted comebacks, it’s a brave audience member who tries to take him on with a heckle.

‘Funny Business’ is Jimmy’s brand new stand up show and it’s set to come to Grantham on Saturday, October 10 at 8pm.

Tickets will cost £25 each, along with the £1 booking fee. Please note this show is not suitable for under 16s.

Finally, to round October off Soul Legends straight from the USA will bring their brand new, live-on-stage tour to the Meres Leisure Centre on Friday, October 23 at 8pm.

Talented singers will take on the music of soul legends including James Brown, Michael Jackson, Tina Turner, Lionel Richie and Barry White.

Come and enjoy the feel-good show of the year, for just £22 per ticket (£20 concessions) or £18 each for groups of six plus. Please note a £1 booking fee applies to each ticket.

To book your tickets now for any of the shows listed above, please visit http://www.guildhallartscentre.com/ or call the box office on 01476 406158.



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