Poms re­turn to Proser­pine

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

THE POM­MIE Night Out show is re­turn­ing to the Proser­pine En­ter­tain­ment Cen­tre for a con­cert on Satur­day, March 14

The unique, cheeky, slap­stick show fea­tures loads of au­di­ence par­tic­i­pa­tion and cos­tume changes and will be rounded out by a good old­fash­ioned “Pom­mie smor­gas­bord din­ner” be­fore the show.

Since the show started tour­ing, it has trav­elled more than 1,000,000 kms, vis­it­ing places as far away as Bro­ken Hill, Mount Isa and Malaysia.

It has had two suc­cess­ful tours of New Zealand and is al­ready booked for re­turn tours in 2015.

The show was re­cently filmed for a new tele­vi­sion show due to be screened later this year and has just won the award for “Best Gold Coast En­ter­tain­ment Show”.

The show fea­tures lots of sing-a-long songs like “When you’re smil­ing”, “You are my sun­shine”, “Hello Hello”, “Oh you beau­ti­ful doll”, in­ter­spersed with great Bri­tish com­edy, and will bring back mem­o­ries for all of the au­di­ence.

Com­edy is pro­vided by “Bub­ble”, who is al­ready mak­ing a name for her­self in the com­edy world.

Stand­ing at just 4ft 8ins, what “Bub­ble” lacks in height, she more than makes up for with her bub­bling per­son­al­ity and wicked sense of hu­mour. “Bub­ble” has ap­peared all over the world, and even worked with the leg­endary Benny Hill. She has just been voted ‘Best Gold Coast En­ter­tainer’.

David Lee-Jay has been in en­ter­tain­ment for many years, and has worked with many of the top Bri­tish groups in­clud­ing The For­tunes and The Ap­ple­jacks.

He has worked all over the world on Cruise Lin­ers, and ap­peared in many pan­tomimes in Eng­land.

Through­out the show many dif­fer­ent char­ac­ters make ap­pear­ances, in­clud­ing The Pearly King and Queen, and Dad’s Army, and a great time is as­sured.

Proser­pine En­ter­tain­ment Cen­tre manager Chris Pa­trick said it would be a fun night out with singing, mu­sic and risque slap­stick jokes.

“We’ve done it be­fore – we had a pretty good re­sponse and quite a few peo­ple in,” Mr Pa­trick said,

“There were about 100 here last time. With the din­ner as well – which in­cludes steak and kid­ney pie, bangers and mash, fish and chips, all the healthy food – it’s a good whole­some night out.”

Bookings for both the show and din­ner are es­sen­tial.

DOU­BLE TROU­BLE: David Lee-Jay and "Bub­ble" in a scene from the Pom­mie Night Out.

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