Concert celebrating work of Michael Jackson coming to King’s Lynn Corn Exchange

14:58 17 October 2014

Ben Bowman will give audiences a taste of what it was like to experience Michael Jackson Live in concert.

Ben Bowman will give audiences a taste of what it was like to experience Michael Jackson Live in concert.

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A long-time fan of Michael Jackson celebrates his legacy when his concert comes to King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.

Ben Bowman fronts Jackson Live in Concert, which captures the essence and magic of the King of Pop live on stage.

Mr Bowman said: “From as far into my childhood as I can remember, I have always been obsessed with Michael Jackson. Everything about the King of Pop mesmerized me.

“I used to spend hours poring over album covers, photographs, interviews, videos and anything I could find that was about Michael. Even my seventh birthday party was Michael Jackson themed.”

Jackson Live in Concert is at the Corn Exchange on Friday, November 14. The show starts at 7.30pm.

Tickets cost £20.50, £17.50 concessions. Contact the box office on 01553 764864.

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