The Playhouse Theatre Weston: Song and Dance Spectacular, Sunday Night Live

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By ThePlayhouse at 23:02 on 29/11/12

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Traditional variety returns to the Playhouse Theatre in Weston-super-Mare with a brand new show from Paddy Payne's Dance School.

Paddy Payne, show director and choreographer, returns with her hugely popular company for a one-night special, Sunday Night Live, this December.

The Paddy Payne singers and dancers plus their special guests will once again bring a spectacular evening of song and dance to The Playhouse stage.

The company has been performing for the last 30-years and is once again asking for the support of the community to get behind the show and raise funds for charity in the process.

This year's beneficiary is Help For Heroes, a charity formed to help those who have been wounded in Britain's current conflicts.

Sunday Night Live has something for everyone regardless of age and the colourful stage show will feature songs and dances from every era, complete with lavish costumes.

The youthful company, mostly aged between four and 28, takes audiences on a musical trip full of songs ranging from the 1950s classics up to the present day pop songs.

The company, which started in 1981, has performed at The Playhouse Theatre for many years, in addition to other venues such as the SS Great Britain.

This annual show follows a traditional variety feel using talented local youngsters and promises an evening to remember!

Sunday Night Live will be at the Playhouse, Weston-super-Mare, on Sunday 2 December at 7pm. Tickets, priced at £10, concessions £8, group 6+ £7.50, accompanied children £3.50 (one per adult paying full price), are available on 01934 645 544 or online at http://tinyurl.com/ckzqxvr

Date: Sunday, December 02, 2012

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