What’s on Manchester: A Vision of Elvis Tickets at the Palace Theatre, Manchester
Tuesday 19th April 2016
Tickets from £24.50
A Vision Of Elvis is one the world’s leading touring Elvis productions.
Celebrating all the music of Elvis Presley from Sun Studio’s through to ’68 Comeback with the finale being the Concert Years engaging audiences with an uplifting and authentic Elvis experience.
Fresh from a smash hit European tour, A Vision Of Elvis returns to the UK to bring Elvis fans old and new a night not to be missed. On stage, the award-winning, Rob Kingsley has the total package – the look… the sound… the charisma, and together with his spectacular live Band this show leaves the audience in no doubt that they are witnessing a truly authentic Elvis show. If you’re looking for an excuse to party, reminisce or simply be entertained by some of the best music ever, then A Vision Of Elvis is definitely for you!
Endorsed by Mr. Ed Bonja – Elvis’s Photographer and Road Manager (1970-1977)
“On stage Rob Kingsley looks extraordinarily like Elvis. He sings like Elvis, but most importantly, he seems to capture the very soul of Elvis – his charisma, his gestures – he even walks like Elvis! Rob’s contact with the audience is immediate – As soon as the concerts begin, surrounded by his musicians and backing vocalists, he takes the spectators on an emotional roller coaster through time; and, in doing so, shows them a true Vision of Elvis”.
A Vision of Elvis – The ONLY Elvis show to see.
Unable to get tickets for the show you want? No Problem, Take a look at the following link where you can purchase Sold Out tickets from a third-party website (there are other dates and venues available):
Have you thought about enjoying a wonderful AFTERNOON TEA at the Palace Theatre’s very own Stage Door venue? £15 per person is all it takes to enjoy award winning cakes and sandwiches from the North’s Famous Slattery Patisserie.
* Please note, tickets purchased from third-party websites my cost more than face value. Quoted prices correct at time of publication.
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