The Rise and Fall of Little Voice is coming to Blackpool's Grand Theatre this month and boasts a star-studded cast including Beverley Callard and Ray Quinn.
The show will be performed from Monday, November 19 until Saturday, November 24, bringing sparkling comedy, a plethora of multi-talented star performers, and a brilliant storyline written by Jim Cartwright.
National treasure Beverley Callard and Ray Quinn star alongside multi-talented actress and impressionist Jess Robinson and Duggie Brown from The Comedians.
In this heart-warming northern fairytale, shy LV spends most of the time immersed in her late Father's record collection and perfecting her astonishing impersonations, much to the dismay of her fun loving, out of control mother Mari.
Overheard singing by Ray Say, a hapless talent scout and Mari's man of the moment, Little Voice is propelled to stardom as Ray sets about creating the show of the century in the dingy local working man's club.
Talented Jess Robinson will be playing the shy and sweet-voiced LV. Jess is an actress and impressionist who has appeared in both plays and musicals.
Booking: visit www.blackpoolgrand.co.uk or call 01253 74 33 39.