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Curtain up on the first 75 performances of spellbinding show at Babbacombe Theatre

By Herald Express  |  Posted: February 14, 2013

great cast:   The cast of Spellbound at Babbacombe Theatre   Torquil MacLeod TQTM20130207B-002_C,

great cast: The cast of Spellbound at Babbacombe Theatre Torquil MacLeod TQTM20130207B-002_C,

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PREPARE to get Spellbound at the Babbacombe Theatre, Torquay.

The curtain has gone up on the first of 75 performances and the show will now run every Tuesday and Wednesday until October 23.

Critically acclaimed producer Colin Matthews has brought together a great cast to conjure up a cornucopia of entertainment.

Headlining is Phil Lowen who is in such demand it has taken the venue nine years to get him to return since his last season there.

A spokesman said: "Phil is one of the UK's most successful comedy impressionists. His act is zany, energetic, very visual and always hilarious.

"Joining Phil on stage, albeit he may have need of a stepladder, is the diminutive, Dean Winters. He will set you all in a spin with his big voice and cheeky humour, a genuinely funny and versatile performer.

"Bewitching international, singing sensation, Keedie, is just as adept at interpreting a pop song. Listen to her sing and suddenly the ordinary becomes extraordinary.

"With Babbacombe favourite, West End vocalist Paul Cobley, also able to push boundaries with his vocal chords, expect to be whisked away, as their voices will ring together as one."

The British Magical Champion of Illusion is the shows special guest star. Daniel Dean has a natural flair to captivate you with his mastery for magic and illusion. Capturing the ambience of all that's mystical is another stunning vocalist Stephanie Blackler. Winner of Torbay's Got Talent, she will champion some superb show songs.

For tickets and more information visit www.babbacombe-theatre.com or contact the box office on 01803 328385.

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