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IT’S ALL TEASE, NO SLEAZE!


On Saturday 9 June for one night only An Evening of Burlesque comes to the The- atre Severn at Shrewsbury. Direct from London’s


West End, the UK’s first and only touring burlesque show is coming to town.


Showcasing award-win- ning talent from across the country, it’s an opportunity to see some of the world’s biggest burlesque stars in the flesh.


Theatregoers are prom- ised corsets, killer heels and stockings aplenty. “An Even- ing of Burlesque features an all-star cast of beautiful and elegant performers,” says show producer Michael Taylor.


Wellington News is giving away two pairs of tickets to An Evening of Burlesque at the Theatre Severn


PAIR OF TICKETS WITH THE NEWS


WIN A


“Sparkling with couture costumes recalling the gold- en eras of burlesque, it’s the most glamorous show on tour.”


Michael, who produces other hit stage shows The Magic of Motown and Thank You for the Music, says the production owes its success to a combination of “sultry vocals, breathtaking chore- ography, mischief, magic, frivolity and fun.”


“It’s all tease, no sleaze,” says Michael, “and for that reason audiences are pre- dominantly female.”


Bringing variety back to the theatre, the show’s combination of musical and theatrical parody, magic,


comedy and dance with the art of striptease saw its ex- tensive 2011 UK tour enjoy rave reviews. An Evening of Burlesque comes to Shrewsbury fresh from an international tour at the beginning of 2012. “It’s content – sparkling


glamour, physical humour and a dynamic score need no translation,” says Mi- chael. “There’s a thriving burlesque scene in London’s West End. We’re proud to be bringing the cream of bur- lesque talent to a far wider audience.”


Book your tickets through


Theatre Severn, Box Office 01743 281281 orwww.thea- tresevern.co.uk


Enchanted day at Camelot HOW TO ENTER


With over half a mile of twists, turns and steep drops our king of the coast- ers, Knightmare, requires nerves of steel whilst for the true adrenaline junk- ies our popular spinning- coaster Whirlwind and Excalibur 2 are a real chal- lenge. Camelot is also crammed full of rides for little bravehearts, don’t forget to saddle up for a gallop on Sir Lancelot’s


Two lucky Wellington News readers can win a pair of tickets to the show. The tickets cost £22 each but you can take a friend as a guest of Wellington News. All you need to do to enter is send an email titled An Evening of Burlesque to: editor@wellnews.co.uk Entries must be with us by the last day of April. Good luck.


Chargers, steady your sea legs on the Galleon Ships,


take a breathtaking jour- ney around the park on the Dragon Flyer before taking one last spin on the Cup & Sorcerer and then cooling off on the Log Flume. Watch in amazement


as King Arthur’s knights put their skills and horse- manship to the test in our legendary Jousting Tourna- ment!


or learn some


spell-binding tricks at Mer- lin’s Magic School. A visit to our Birds of Prey and An- imal Centre will allow you to see beautiful eagles and owls, impressive vultures and new for 2012 our very own Meerkat family and you’ll be amazed at our interactive Show featuring Shadow the Vulture and Nibbles who entertain the crowds with their comedy double act whilst their sup- porting cast of feathered friends swoop just above your heads!


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