Theatregoers will have the chance to twist again when a show celebrating the best of music from the 1950s and 60s comes to town.
Music show The Twist is back by popular demand and will be performed at Mansfield Palace Theatre on Friday 6th June.
Set in an American diner, it is packed with incredible tributes to the biggest stars of this musical era - and this new version of the show features new songs and new characters.
Popular numbers by acts such as Elvis, Dusty, The Beatles, Buddy Holly, The Beach Boys, Sandie Shaw, Lulu and more, are all on the bill.
The Twist stars BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing lead vocalist Chris Madin, West End sweetheart Suzi Madin and award-winning Elvis tribute, Danny Fisher.
A critically-acclaimed live band, plus fun and laughter, makes this a ‘stand out show’.
Like nothing else in this genre of music, The Twist has set the bar extremely high and is the ultimate way to appreciate great songs by the best performers in the business.
Past shows have had audience members ‘twisting in their seats and dancing in the aisles’.
Tickets for the show are £19.48 full price or £17.94 for concessions.
To book call the box office on Mansfield 633133 or visit www.mansfield.gov.uk/palacetheatre.