Popular variety show returns to Sidmouth theatre

PUBLISHED: 16:30 15 April 2018

Variety show returns to theatre

Variety show returns to theatre


The popular family cabaret show Variety by the Sea is back for one night only at the Manor Pavilion.

The night of classic vaudeville, hosted by Goronwy Thom, will feature a packed line up of acts from across the world with hilarious physical comedy and incredible stunts. The production which is on April 27 always sells out, so early booking is advised.

Direct from TV expect the unexpected with Barbara Nice, who has audiences on the edge of their seats, literally. She recently had her own comedy series on BBC Radio 2 and was a regular on the legendary Phoenix Nights series with Peter Kay.

Regular artists from the award-winning Slightly Fat Features return after another West End run to prove that old dogs can do new tricks….and old tricks too!

Strongest woman in the world, Betty Brawn from Australia, is set to lift not just hearts but the audience itself!

More weird and wonderful guest acts will be announced.

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