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The King is back in the building at Rhyl Pavilion Elvis show

August 12, 2018 7:01 AM
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The King is back in the building at Rhyl Pavilion Elvis show

Elvis tribute Chris Connor will bring his retinue of superfans back to the Pavilion in the sensational The World Famous Elvis Show, recreating The King at his very best for the third year running.

Elvis fans will feel that they have been transported back in to time. Anyone who wasn't blessed to catch The King live is sure to walk away almost as emotionally overwhelmed and stupefied as in a real audience with rock royalty.

With songs as timeless and eternally moving as Are You lonesome Tonight and Jailhouse Rock, even the most 'suspicious minds' simply 'can't help falling in love' with such a powerful recreation of The King's music.

This magnificent two hour theatre production pays tribute to two popular Elvis concerts, respectively and authentically recreating The King at his very best with his 12 piece band The Steels and backing vocalists The Sweet Harmonies.

While, of course, there will only ever be only one Elvis Presley, Connor has earned praise from the highest places from within The King's inner circle - 'The Memphis Mafia'.

Joe Esposito, Elvis' best friend and tour manager, said: "Wow that boy is good he looks just like Elvis with the same energy on stage. "

Jerry Schilling, Elvis' close friend has also said: " I have been following Chris Connor career - he is simply the best out there."

Indeed, Connor's uncanny resemblance to The King and his ability to remarkably mimic his mannerisms earned the performer the title of 'The Greatest Elvis Tribute Performer in the World' voted by the first ever world-wide Elvis Presley fan poll.

This electric show is made by Elvis fans for Elvis fans, don't miss it on Saturday, September 29 at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £25.50, with no concessions, to book call the box office on 01745 330000 or book online at rhylpavilion.co.uk.

Source: yorkpress.co.uk

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