He’s been a major star for four decades. Paul Young broke into the big time 40 years ago when No Parlez went to number one and spawned iconic hits like Wherever I Lay My Hat (That’s My Home).More success followed with the number one album The Secret Of Association and the worldwide hit Everytime You Go Away, not forgetting an appearance at Live Aid and more. Paul sustained that success – while having fun in his tex-mex band, Los Pacaminos.Now, on the 40th anniversary of No Parlez, he’s releasing a remarkable new record and publishing his extraordinary memoir; both called Behind The Lens. He’s touring the UK, too, where he’ll meet fans, sing hits and tell stories about his incredible career. It’s time to revel in the classic hits and learn the stories behind them as Paul steps out from Behind The Lens.
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In An Evening With Sir Geoffrey Boycott, Geoffrey shares personal film footage from an incredible career – some which has never been seen before. He recalls hilarious anecdotes featuring the larger-than-life personalities he has encountered on the way – among them Brian Close, Fred Trueman, Ian Botham, Harry Secombe and his great pal, Brian Clough. There is also a chance for the audience to ask Sir Geoffrey their own questions. You may not be able to hear Geoffrey on the radio, but you can see him live on stage in An Evening With Sir Geoffrey Boycott. Photos, films, Aggers wind-ups and hysterical anecdotes – all in all it’s a brilliant and unmissable new evening in the company of one of this country’s greatest ever sportsmen.As ever, this cricket event is being run in aid of the Professional Cricketers’ Association and we raise money from the evening for the Professional Cricketers’ Trust.
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Join Ballet Theatre UK as we follow the yellow brick road and discover all the wonders of Oz.Enjoy Dorothy, the Scarecrow, Tinman, and Lion, (and yes Toto too) as they seek the Wonderful Wizard to find that there’s no place like home!The Wizard of Oz is a two act, full-length, ballet adaptation of the iconic tale by L. Frank Baum, told through the magic of classical dance. Set to a classical score which brings the story to life, this production is family friendly and is the perfect way to introduce children to the classical ballet. The production is presented with beautiful backdrops, stunning theatrical sets and costumes evoking the iconic sketches by W.W. Denslow, from the original publication.
Within 10 minutes' walking distance of Paignton bus, coach and train stations.
There is ample parking on the nearby streets including Palace Avenue, as well as a pay and display car park (Crown & Anchor Way) within a 5 minute walk. There is some free street parking available after 6pm throughout the week.
There is a fully licensed bar with a range of quality locally produced beers, ciders and spirits, wines, hot and cold soft drinks as well as snacks, sweets and treats.
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The Palace Theatre is open all year with an exciting and varied programme of live music, drama, comedy, variety and celebrity appearances. We’re in Paignton town centre just minutes from Torquay, Brixham, Totnes and Newton Abbot. It is the oldest working theatre on the English Riviera with something to suit all ages and interests.
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