A Vision of Elvis
A Vision of Elvis

Audiences are being invited to put on their blue suede shoes when a show comes to the Lichfield Garrick.

A Vision of Elvis will visit the city theatre on 24th and 25th February.

Starring Rob Kingsley, the new show will feature classic hits from across the legendary singer’s career.

A spokesperson said:

“A Vision of Elvis has performed to thousands of fans in major theatres, festivals and arenas worldwide and made history by being the first Elvis tribute artist to perform at the New Wembley Stadium to over 50,000 people.

“All costumes, instruments and stage settings are authentically recreated to give the feel and energy of a live Elvis concert, which promises to be the ultimate experience for any Elvis fan.”

Lichfield Garrick spokesperson

Tickets are £26 and can be booked via the Lichfield Garrick website.

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  1. MORE TRIBUTE ACTS!!!! ???? Oh come on!!


    Pubs are full of similar acts – all performing for free (to customers).

    Can’t the Garrick book some original bands?! Why is it always tribute acts!!??

    Plenty of bands touring would be a suitable fit for the venue.

    Presently, outside of Panto, the Garrick seems to cater for 60+ ages. It’s dire.

  2. What another Elvis Tribute act? Really creative programming within the Garrick these days. Time for some new ideas to attract patrons.

  3. I’ve got to agree with the other comments. Yawn.
    “Lichfield looks forward to a new stage of cultural history” The Times 04 August 2003. Sadly they couldn’t of been further from the mark.
    It appears the managements idea of culture is second rate tribute acts. Thankfully we have the Cathedral and The Hub to take up the mantle of the purveyors of culture in our city and without asking for council handouts

  4. Tribute act or not i will be stopping at Gracelands next year.
    Although Elvis is dead man, his music is still alive so long live the King of rock and roll.

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