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Congress Theatre, Eastbourne
Friday 22 November, 7.30pm

The incredible music of Elton John is celebrated in the live theatre production The Elton Show featuring the greatest hits from this iconic performer performed by international singer-songwriter C.J. Marvin at the Congress Theatre, Eastbourne on Friday 22 November, 7.30pm.

The Elton Show has been described as a ‘spectacularly entertaining evening’ it’s an affectionate salute to the music and energy of the Rocket Man himself featuring many of Elton’s greatest hits including; Your Song, Saturday Night’s All Right for Fighting, I’m Still Standing, Can You Feel The Love Tonight?, Tiny Dancer, Circle of Life and of course Candle in the Wind to name but a handful.

This show joyfully re-creates the magical spirit of Elton, covering four decades of his music, the acclaimed C.J. Marvin performs as Elton wearing outrageous colourful costumes and playing live piano together with his live band and backing singers.

Elton’s Grammy-award winning songs have formed a part of the soundtrack of our lives over the changing decades. Together with his flamboyant style and dynamic performances, he has become a legend in the world of pop music.

This international tour is an explosive and colourful tribute; it is a celebration of a national treasure and internationally recognised icon.

Sir Elton John CBE is one of the world’s best-selling music stars with sales of over 300 million records and released more than 30 albums.

He is currently touring on his farewell tour, but if you haven’t been able to get tickets for this – and want the convenience of hearing his music live on your doorstep this show has the answer!

This is the last UK date on the current international tour so book now for The Elton Show at the Congress Theatre, Eastbourne on Friday 22 November, 7.30pm, tickets £25, concessions available, to book call the box office on 01323 412000 or online eastbournetheatres.co.uk