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Non-stop entertainment at the Assembly Hall

THERE’S non-stop entertainment at Melksham Assembly Hall with enthralling new shows and live music coming up over the coming months.

Next Friday, 20th April, step back in time with Super Sonic 70s.

Described as one huge 70s’ party, singers Janey Bombshell and Mark Keen will take you on a seventies’ nostalgia trip that will have you singing along to every word and playing air guitar.

By the end of the show everyone will be up and dancing in the aisles. The show has been described by many venues as the “finest 70s tribute show in years”, with Janey Bombshell and Mark’s extraordinary vocals in particular being described as “West End quality.”

The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost £20.

On Saturday 21st April, psychic medium TJ Higgs brings her ‘Reunited Tour’ to the Assembly Hall.

Described as one of the UK’s foremost psychic mediums who has appeared on a number of TV shows, TJ’s broad appeal allows her to support private readings, live theatre appearances and events within the UK and internationally.

The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost £20 for the first six rows; £18 row H onwards.

On Friday 27th April, Neil Sands and his new production ‘Land of Hope and Glory’ take to the stage.

Produced to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the end of The First World War, this patriotic and nostalgic afternoon is filled with marvellous and memorable songs, including a rousing selection from Last Night of The Proms, Old Time Sing Alongs, Great British Show Tunes, and ever popular favourites from the 40s, 50s & 60s.

Two hours of brilliant nostalgia will end with a spectacular flag waving finale. Including a live poppy drop, the last post as we remember the fallen, and all sing those wonderful Songs That Won the War, as we commemorate the centenary of the end of The First World War.

This will be Neil’s biggest and most spectacular production ever!

The show starts at 2.30pm and tickets cost £13 and for concessions, £11.

Tickets are available from the Assembly Hall on 709887, Melksham TIC in Church Street or visit www.melkshamtown. co.uk/assembly hall.

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