Little Theatre gets a shot of the blues

Sheringham Little Theatre's first-ever Rhythm and Blues Spectacular this Saturday is produced in association with Scott Butler of Deckchair Productions.

Sheringham Little Theatre's first-ever Rhythm and Blues Spectacular this Saturday is produced in association with Scott Butler of Deckchair Productions.

The afternoon programme kicks off at 2pm with a set by the Pirhana Brothers and continues at 2.45pm with Pete Smith.

It features a headline set at 3.45pm by PJ Wrights' All-Stars - a journey through the blues, from Mississippi to Chicago and beyond, with Neol Davies, of Selecter, Roger Inniss from the Climax Blues Band and Clive Bunker ex-Jethro Tull drummer.

Since the 1970s PJ Wright has been well known for his work with the Steve Gibbons Band, Dylan Project and Little Johnny England and recently as a duo with Fairport Convention's Dave Pegg.

The evening sees a concert from Estuary rhythm and blues maestros Dr Feelgood, with such classics as Back in the Night and Milk and Alcohol in prospect. Their guests are blues duo Fran McGillivray and Mike Burke.

t 01263 822347 (all-day £25, afternoon only £12.50, evening only £15), www.sheringhamlittletheatre.com