'The Big Local Night Out' featuring comedy, music and magic is returning to Warwick this week

There’s still time to grab tickets.
The event is being posted by comedy magician Tom Elliott, which will see a range of artists from West End performers to the support acts of big-name tours and rising stars of the swing, jazz and gospel music industries. Photo shows Tom Elliot. Photo suppliedThe event is being posted by comedy magician Tom Elliott, which will see a range of artists from West End performers to the support acts of big-name tours and rising stars of the swing, jazz and gospel music industries. Photo shows Tom Elliot. Photo supplied
The event is being posted by comedy magician Tom Elliott, which will see a range of artists from West End performers to the support acts of big-name tours and rising stars of the swing, jazz and gospel music industries. Photo shows Tom Elliot. Photo supplied

A night of comedy, magic and music is heading to Warwick’s Bridgehouse Theatre this Friday (February 9).

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Hosted by comedy magician Tom Elliott, the series of events includes a range of artists from West End performers to the support acts of big-name tours and rising music stars.

Tom, said: “We’ve loved being in Warwick and are super excited to run another series of four events throughout 2024 and into early 2025.

"The event on Friday will be a big hit for any Michael Buble genre fans who like some easy listening, classic hits and a sing along.”

Accompanying Tom, will be the headline act Gareth John, who returns to The Big Local Night Out after the success of his last visit.

Gareth has a wealth of experience both home and abroad as a professional singer, entertainer, trumpet and bandleader.

As well as having shared the stage with members of The Specials, The Happy Mondays, Fun Lovin' Criminals more, he is also trumpet/flugelhorn player and vocalist for The South (formerly The Beautiful South).

He is also the face of a UK New Orleans style brass band, King Brasstards, and released his debut solo album 'As Long As I'm Singing' in 2018.

Tom said: “As Gareth’s debut tour of his theatre show, ‘The Story of Swing’ begins, we have Gareth coming at a super exciting stage of his career

“With variety at it’s core, The Big Local Night Out will have you laughing, singing, clapping and cheering.

"It’s a night for local people, with local people involved and is sure to be an all-round feel-good event.”

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