A traditional seaside-style variety show at Northampton's Deco Theatre on 29 August, hosted by Revolution Radio's Chris Gregg

Like many people, there are two things we’ve missed in the last 18 months… Theatre and Holidays!

This Summer, 1702 Productions are ticking all the boxes with their SEASIDE SPECIAL at Northampton's Deco Theatre in partnership with Revolution Radio.

It’s a traditional ‘end-of-the-pier’ variety show…with the small issue of being in one of the UK’s most landlocked theatres being quietly ignored!

The all-star line up features some of the UK’s favourite variety artists, direct from Britain’s Got Talent and The Voice UK including Kev Orkian, Steve Hewlett and Jon Clegg plus music from Peter Donegan.

The show will be hosted by Revolution Radio's Chris Gregg.

The show is live for ONE NIGHT ONLY at The Deco Theatre in Northampton, on Sunday 29th August from 7.30pm – the ultimate Bank Holiday treat!

Tickets for the show are on sale now with profits going directly to mental health charity, Mind.

Find the Deco Theatre on Abington Square in Northampton NN1 4AE

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  • STEVE HEWLETT - The UK's Number One Ventriloquist
  • KEV ORKIAN - Top funny man and pianist
  • JON CLEGG - Britain's Got Talent favourite impressionist
  • MARK WILLIAMS - Stand-Up Magician
  • PETER DONEGAN - British Country Artist. Son of British Music Legend, Lonnie Donegan and star of The Voice UK
  • JOANNE MCGOHAN - "The London Soprano"
  • HOSTED BY CHRIS GREGG - From Northampton's Revolution Radio

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Seaside Special


In Support of Mind

mindTickets for the variety show are on sale now from The Deco, with profits going directly to mental health charity, Mind. 

Vicky Urquhart, Community and Events Fundraising Manager, said: 

“We are really grateful to the organisers for making this show happen, and to those who are giving up their time to perform. 

“The pandemic continues to have a huge impact on our mental health, especially for those of us with existing mental health problems. We know from our coronavirus survey that over half of adults and two thirds of young people said their mental health has worsened since the outbreak of the pandemic. Now that measures are starting to lift, many of us are once again re-adjusting to changes, which can present further challenges to our mental health. 

“Every donation that Mind receives helps us to provide information and support services, such as our Mind Infoline and legal line, so that we can be there for as many people who need us as possible.”

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