ELVIS SHOW SHAKES THINGS UP AT THE WINTER GARDEN!
MARSHALL KING as ELVIS
Winter Garden, Eastbourne
Saturday 7 November, 7.30pm
(Doors open at 7pm)
Ladies and Gentlemen for one night only Elvis will be
back in the building! The award winning Elvis
impersonator Marshall King is at the Winter
Garden, Eastbourne on Saturday 7 November,
for a night of pure Rock ‘n’ Roll magic.
This great value night out is sure to get you in the
party mood and it’s all for a great cause as it’s in aid
of local causes. As an added extra EODS will be
entertaining the audience to get the Party started
before the King himself arrives.
Marshall King has been awarded the Best Elvis
Impersonator in Britain by ITV, his stage presence
and voice is uncannily like the King’s. Marshall has been touring the world with
his stunning interpretation of the ultimate Rock ‘n’ Roll icon to great acclaim
for over 18 years.
Wearing only the best tailored costumes which are exact copies ‘stone for
stone, stud for stud’ as the originals Marshall’s transformation is remarkable.
His many outfits are all custom-made in the USA with accessories to match,
including sunglasses made by Elvis’s own optician.
Don't miss out on this great night of entertainment in aid of local causes; The
Sollomon Andal Trust and Eastbourne Fibromyalgia Support Group.
The Sollomon Andal Trust was set up after 10 year old Sollomon, who lives in
Eastbourne, was diagnosed with bone cancer in January 2008. The trust aims
to raise £200,000 so Sollomon can be sent to America for treatment if he
suffers a relapse and to raise awareness of Osteosarcoma (bone cancer) which
is one of the hardest childhood cancers to treat. For more information see
Eastbourne Fibromyalgia Support Group offer support and information about
the condition to sufferers and those who care for them. Fibro is a chronic
illness that affects over 1.5 million people in the U.K. For more details please
Enjoy a night of pure Elvis at the Winter Garden, Eastbourne on Saturday 7 November,
7.30pm - 11.30 am (Doors open at 7.00pm). Tickets are priced at just £16.50 and children
aged 9 to 16 years £9.50. To book call 01323 412000 or online