The Bachelors with John Stokes stars in Good Old Days of Variety Show at Mansfield Palace Theatre

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Mark Andrews is a versatile performer who sings, acts and produces.

Mark Andrews is a versatile performer who sings, acts and produces.

He returns to Mansfield Palace Theatre on Wednesday, April 29, with his ever-popular Good Old Days of Variety Show, starring hit recording artists The Bachelors with John Stokes plus legendary comedian, Duggie Brown.

The Bachelors with John Stokes are legendary 60s stars. This year they are recording a CD titled The Bachelors Show which will feature songs that they have never recorded before and will include their fans’ favourites.

Come and hear your favourite songs live during this nostalgic matinee show, including Charmaine, I Believe, Diane, I Wouldn’t Trade You for the World, Ramona and many more. They will be backed by a full supporting company of West End singers and live musicians.

Also on the bill for the afternoon is special guest Duggie Brown, comedian and star of stage and TV, most famous for his role in The Comedians. People may remember seeing him on classic TV favourites such as Coronation Street, Brookside, The Bill and Last of the Summer Wine, to name but a few!

Mark himself has appeared as a guest on many radio shows. His television credits include Heartbeat, This Morning, Coronation Street, A Touch of Frost, and the role of Howard in ITV’s award winning comedy Cold Feet. Other TV appearances include A Question of Sport, The League of Gentlemen, Dead Man Weds with Johnny Vegas plus Max and Paddy with Peter Kay.

In 2011 Mark’s sterling work in the entertainment industry was recognised with him being named Best Family Producer of the Year at the Encore London Theatre Awards.

Brought to you by the award winning Mark Andrews Productions, The Good Old Days of Variety is a wonderful matinee show for all ages, taking you on a nostalgic journey back to the great days of variety entertainment.

The Good Old Days of Variety is at Mansfield Palace Theatre on April 29, at 2.30pm. Tickets £12.81 and £11.79 (concessions) including 2.5 percent booking fee. Contact box office on 01623 633133 or book online at www.mansfield.gov.uk/palacetheatre