True stories from a golden career

Martin Kemp

He’s been in a top pop band, won acclaim for his acting on both telly and the big screen and even directed for the cinema, now Martin Kemp has a new challenge – facing the searching questions of a Lowther Pavilion audience on May 15.

Tickets are now on sale for what promises to be an amazing event with the multi-talented actor and performer. And Martin is up for the challenge.  “I am really looking forward to appearing at The Lowther Pavilion in Lytham and being interviewed about my career,” he said.

He is currently rocking a recurring cameo role in the cult TV comedy series Brian Pern: 45 Years of Prog and Roll  but Martin first found fame in the New Romantics band Spandau Ballet, who hits around the globe with such songs as Gold, Only When You Leave and the No. 1 smash True.

Martin’s acting skills won huge critical acclaim in the hit film The Krays in which he starred with his brother Gary. He also played Steve Owen in EastEnders and featured in some explosive soap storylines, winning a National Television Award for the role. Martin is also a successful director, most recently with the film Top Dog.

On his visit to the Lowther, Martin will share stories about the Spandau journey and from an amazing acting career which began on Jackanory when he was a child. From overcoming his personal challenges of a benign brain tumour to being an TV, Film and Music legend – this is an event not to be missed! There will be an opportunity to ask Martin a question and there are extremely limited tickets for a meet and greet. Early booking is advisable.

An Audience with Martin Kemp is at The Lowther Pavilion on 15 May at 8pm. For more information or to book tickets call the box office on 01253 794221 or visit www.lowtherpavilion.co.uk

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