A vision of Elvis in Burnham

PUBLISHED: 10:00 20 August 2012

A Vision of Elvis.

A Vision of Elvis.

The Princess Theatre and Arts Centre

WINNER of Europe’s largest Elvis competition, Rob Kingsley will perform at Burnham’s Princess Theatre and Arts Centre in the show A Vision Of Elvis.

Rob, who is recognised as the official European champion ater winning the competition, will perform a tribute to the king of rock and roll this weekend.

The award-winner is officially endorsed by Elvis Presley Enterprises for his charity work and also by Ed Bonja – Elvis Presley’s official photographer and road manager, who worked closely with Elvis on more than 1,000 concerts from 1970-1977.

Featuring his very own The Cadillacs Band with The Sweet Sensations, Rob will deliver a full evening of all the classic hits, from the early years through to the sensational Vegas era - with the finale being the concert years.

Rob has the distinction of being the first Elvis tribute artist to perform live at the new Wembley Stadium, with other performances including Hyde Park in London, and many theatres and venues in the UK and worldwide.

With fantastic costumes and Rob’s sounds and charisma, the show promises to leave audiences feeling they have witnesses a truly authentic Elvis show.

A Vision of Elvis will be at the theatre, in Princess Street, on Sunday at 7.30pm. Tickets, priced £13-15, are available from the box office on 01278 784464 or via www.theprincesstheatre.co.uk

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