Strictly Come Dancing plays a major role in the latest exciting line-up of shows coming to the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.

The Corn Exchange’s programme for April-September has been launched, outlining a superb array of entertainment  for theatre-goers.

Strictly’s Pasha Kovalev will be bringing his new show dancing alongside Anya Garnis on Sunday, April 23, while favourites Aljaž Skorjanec and Janette Manrara are already sold out for their show Remembering Fred on Tuesday, May 16,  plus there is an audience with Strictly stars Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe called Somewhere In Time on Friday, June 2.

Singers on their way include X-Factor winner Sam Bailey (pictured) and classic soul band The Real Thing.

Comedians include Al Murray, The Pub Landlord, again already sold out,  Omid Djalili and Andy Parsons.

Historian David Starkey arrives to outline the life of Henry VIII and there is a new show based on the music of the Small Faces – All Or Nothing, the Mod Musical.

Nina McKennna, director of communications and culture for Alive Leisure who programmes all the shows at the Corn Exchange, said: “We always try and cater to a wide variety of tastes and appreciate our very supportive customers.

“We hope new and existing customers will like the choice of shows we have this season.”

Sarah Dignam, assistant marketing manager, said: “Our new summer season brochure sees the return of some customer favourites as well as some new shows, including Rapunzel The Musical. There is a great mix of shows for all ages and we look forward to welcoming new and existing customers throughout the coming months.”

Kathryn Bithray, PR and advertising officer, said: “We are thrilled to give you the new season’s brochure. There is a wide range of shows for our customers, from musicals to comedy, family shows, various music acts, orchestras, opera and much more.

We look forward to welcoming our very loyal customers to the Corn Exchange over the spring and summer period.”

King’s Lynn Corn Exchange’s new programme is out today at the theatre and will be dropping through letter boxes from next week. Box Office: 01553 764864.