Dancers Viva La Divas – Katya, Nadiya and Janette – will be performing at Lynn as part of their UK tour.

The Corn Exchange at King’s Lynn is set to reopen next week ready for the start of its spring and summer  programme.

 The venue has been closed since the beginning of January for work to create  new cinema screens.

It is set to reopen on Thursday, March 5 with the Sweet Caroline Neil Diamond tribute show.

The box office will be open an hour before each performance otherwise it will still be located at the Guildhall, off King Street, for purchase and collection of tickets and inquiries from 9am to 3pm.

The cover of the new brochure features the award-winning West End musical Buddy which will be in Lynn in June.

Other live acts from around the same era see will the Tuesday Market Place stage play host to Chicago Blues Brothers, That’ll Be The Day and Bringing on Back The 60s – all in April.

Tributes continue with The Beach Boys – Smile, The Illegal Eagles with both shows in May, The Drifters features in June along with Walk Right Back and The Roy Orbison Story, also in June.

A host of live music acts have also been planned throughout the season covering all musical tastes including Some Guys Have All The Luck – The Rod Stewart Story in May, Rumours of Fleetwood and Whitney – Queen of the Night, both in June, also the Luther Vandross Celebration in July. 

A spokesman for the Corn Exchange said: “We are very pleased to welcome a fabulous new show coming here called Viva La Divas featuring three Strictly Come Dancing stars.”

Dancing divas Katya Jones, Nadiya Bychkova and Janette Manrara will be on stage in June.

The Russian State Opera brings Aida and Ellen Kent Operas returns with Madama Butterfly, both performances will be next month.

 There is more with a performance of La Boheme in April and Ballet Cymru with Giselle in May. 

Flawless returns with the world tour show Chase the Dream in June and  Rhythm of the Dance takes to the stage in July.

Comedian, actor and television presenter Joel Dommett is at the Corn Exchange in May.

The Dreamboys return in May and, for a different girls night, there is Menopause the Musical 2 in April and Girls Just Wanna Have Fun also in April.

In May, audiences can enjoy Brit-pop classics with Supersonic 90s Night and Boogie Wonderland. 

Family friendly shows include The Wizard Of Oz starring comedy legend Bobby Davro, and Pop Divas Live with songs of Little Mix, Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande.

Milkshake! Live returns in May and there will be two sing-a-long shows in the summer with The Greatest Showman and Bohemian Rhapsody.

Fans of comedy can enjoy stand-up performances from Andy Parsons, Milton Jones, Mark Steel and Joel Dommett.

A number of shows have already been sold out but a few tickets remain for Killer Queen in April.

There will be a chance to see future comedy stars with Comedy Clubs from March to July showcasing rising stars from the touring circuit. 

Tickets are from 01553 764864 or can be booked online at