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A Vision of Elvis coming to Skegness’s Embassy Theatre

A Vision of Elvis is coming to the Embassy Theatre Skegness on Saturday, July 19.

A Vision of Elvis is coming to the Embassy Theatre Skegness on Saturday, July 19.

 

The acclaimed international show A Vision of Elvis is coming to Skegness on Saturday, July 19.

The tribute to the King is coming to town and show organisers promise that there will be no end of hip shaking for Elvis fans in Skegness when ‘The King’ arrives.

The show will roll into town with a performance that will have you jiving in your seats when one of the world’s foremost touring Elvis productions lands at the Embassy Theatre for a special performance that will take you on a trip through the stellar career of The King of Rock and Roll.

Rob Kingsley performs as Elvis in an award-winning show that celebrates the music of ‘The King’ from the early breakthrough years at Sun Studio, his 1968 comeback special, right up to his final concert years.

Rob, who is touring with acclaimed backing band The Cadillacs and the Sweet Sensations backing vocalists, said: “I am very excited to be performing in Skegness.

Skegness, I understand, has many Elvis fans and so I’d like to invite them all to A Vision of Elvis. It is a show I am sure they’ll enjoy.”

A Vision of Elvis comes direct to Skegness on the back of a smash European tour, where Elvis fans across the continent were enthralled by an uplifting, and authentic, Elvis experience.

Such is the likeness of A Vision of Elvis to a performance by The King, that former Elvis photographer and stage manager Ed Bonja has become a fan.

Mr Bonja said: “On stage Rob Kingsley looks extraordinarily like Elvis. He sings like Elvis, but most importantly, he seems to capture the very soul of Elvis, his charisma, his gestures and he even walks like Elvis.

Rob’s contact with the audience is immediate. As soon as the concert begins, surrounded by his musicians and backing vocalists, he takes the spectators on an emotional roller coaster through time.”

“If you’re looking for the look, the sound, the charisma of an authentic Elvis show held together with a spectacular live band, then this is a show that will have you dancing in the aisles,” he said.

“If you want to party, reminisce or simply be entertained by some of the best music ever, then A Vision Of Elvis is definitely for you,” he added.

The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets for the show are available online at www.embassytheatre.co.uk/or by calling the theatre booking office on 0845 674 0505.

Visit www.avisionofelvis.co.uk for more information on Rob Kingsley and A Vision of Elvis.

 

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