audience enjoys Mercury gig at Burnham's Princess Theatre
sell-out audience of more than 200 people filled Burnham-On-Sea's
Princess Theatre on Friday night (16th March) to watch an adrenaline-filled
performance by a top Queen tribute act.
- who are widely
regarded as one of the world's most authentic tributes to pop
legend Freddie Mercury and Queen - entertained the audience with
a powerful line-up of memorable hits.
event was the first concert organised by The Princess' management
committee, led by Chairman Peter Burridge-Clayton (pictured right
with the band) and Theatre Manager Andy Pulleyn.
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We were delighted the concert was
completely sold out a week before the show. Everyone had a great
evening and the audience gave the band two standing ovations
at the end of the night."
The next main Princess event will be its first Comedy Night on
Saturday 14th April at 8pm featuring several fantastic comedians
- Gary Coleman, Taylor Glenn and Yianni Agisilaou - who
are regulars of the comedy circuit and have all featured at the
Edinburgh Festival and appeared on TV. Tickets, costing £8
are available by calling the box office on 01278 784464.
capacity audience in the Princess Theatre watched the concert
powerful vocal range of Joseph Lee Jackson as Freddie Mercury
Friends of The Princess manned the front desk at the concert
Mayor and Mayoress were among the crowd at the popular event
Princess Theatre and Arts Centre