SINGER and actor David Essex will be taking a break from his EastEnders role to bring his hit musical All the Fun of the Fair on tour this autumn, including a stop-off at Bradford Alhambra.
David, who moved into Albert Square last month as Eddie Moon, leads the case of the hit musical, inspired by his debut album.
All the Fun of the Fair is set around a travelling funfair, providing a focal point for a musical merry-go-round of love, loss, laughter and loyalty, all played out against a stunning score, courtesy of David’s greatest hits, which powerfully underpin the events as they unfold.
With crafty cons and candy floss, dodgems and death-defying feats, fairground horses and fights, romance and rock ‘n roll, audiences are sure to go on a rollercoaster of a ride in a fabulous musical not to be missed.
All the Fun of the Fair features all David’s hits, including Winter’s Tale, Hold Me Close, Gonna Make You A Star, My and My Girl Nightclubbing, Silver Dream Machine, Rock On and many more.
It comes to Bradford Alhambra from October 25 to 29, tickets cost £10.50 to £35, available from www.bradford-theatres.co.uk or the box office on 01274 432000.