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Date published: 22nd August 2020
The ‘Strictly Variety’ show, as promoted by veteran musical theatre promoter Nigel Hogg, is thought to be the first indoor socially distanced variety show in Norfolk, and possibly the UK.
The show has been granted Visit England’s “Good To Go” award for enhanced confidence, alongside Pier operators Openwide Coastal Ltd and North Norfolk District Council efforts to ensure COVID-19 safety regulation compliance in the Pavilion Theatre.
Norfolk comedian Olly Day is set as the headline act, among a myriad of variety entertainers spread across the 9 shows. The shows are in support of artists and acts who have been unable to perform for over 4 months.
Show promoter Nigel Hogg said:
“During these challenging times, the show is in aid of supporting the artists that have been left with no income and support until they can work again, the production team, the artists and tech crew would be very grateful for your support. We have got a show, now all we need is you, please come along and help us save the arts.”
Tickets for the show are limited to 100, with unallocated seating; attendees will be seated by the ushers on the evening to ensure social distancing. It is essential any attendees wear a face mask, or they admittance will be refused.
Tickets for the ‘Strictly Variety’ show can be bought on their TicketSolve event page
Last updated: 24th August 2020