The Elvis Years is an outstanding musical production which brings to Warrington’s Parr Hall the incredible and compelling story of the “king of rock and roll”.
With a top line-up of actor-musicians, multiple costume changes and nostalgic film footage, this glittering two-hour show charts the musical and emotional highs and lows of Elvis Presley’s’ amazing journey, from poor truck-driving teenager from Tupelo, Mississippi through the army, Hollywood and finally the legendary Las Vegas concerts.
The Elvis Years also remembers milestones like his first legendary The Sun Sessions compilation, the Grand Ole Opry and Louisiana Hayride performances, the death of his beloved mother and the 1968 Comeback Special.
Six decades after Elvis first walked into Sun Studios in Memphis as a teenage truck driver, the story of “The King” is being brought to life on stages across the UK in this authentic concert, featuring Mario Kombou from the highly acclaimed West End musical Jailhouse Rock and led by legendary producer, musical director and Ivor Novello Awards-winner David Mackay.
This energetic show is a complete theatrical experience which transports the audience on a musical and emotional journey they will never forget.
Friday 27 October, 7.30pm, £22/£19.50/10th ticket free, Parr Hall