The Gala Show is open to the general public and expects to be a spectacular evening!

                                                 

Doors open 6.00pm - Show starts at 6.30pm

expected to finish at 10.00 pm

 

                                                 
   

 

     
                                                 
   

Caroline Ravn

   
                                                 
   

Marc Spelmann

often referred to as ‘Spelmann’ calls himself a ‘Mystery Artist’, as he combines the secrets and principles of a magician, the influence and deductive techniques of a mind reader, and the showmanship of a grand illusionist to create truly astonishing demonstrations of the improbable and impossible. He has entertained heads of state, celebrities and royalty over a career established since 1995. Spelmann caused a global viral sensation when he auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent in 2018. His performance has been watched over 200 million times globally and received a standing ovation at the prestigious London Palladium.

 

 

   
                                                 
   

Max Fulham & Friends

Max’s love of entertaining was sparked performing made up shows to anyone who would stand still for long enough - family, friends and neighbours! Since then he has been hooked on all things comedy.
Max has gone onto entertain many people with his comedy and ventriloquism, performing at many events and variety shows over the past six years. Performance highlights to date include his well-received appearances at Trix in the Stix family entertainer’s conference; Marlborough Puppet Festival; the Little Angel Puppet Theatre, Camp Bestival, the ‘Sunday Night At’ charity gala at Brighton’s Theatre Royal and a charity gala at Birmingham’s New Alexandra Theatre alongside Gary Wilmot and Jimmy Cricket. Max was thrilled to make his professional pantomime debut in 2017 as Wishee Washee in Spalding. In summer 2018, after finishing his A level exams, Max performed his act as part of “Live at the Regis” in Bognor Regis with Joe Pasquale. He also had the honour of performing in “The Good Old Days” at the iconic City Varieties and following in the footsteps of many great entertainers he admires. Max performed in pantomime again in 2018 at the Cambridge Arts Theatre as the comic role.

   
                                                 
   

 

     
                                                 
   

 

 

   
                                                 
                                                 
   

 

   
         
                                                 
                                                 
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