‘The King’ is coming to Arbroath

Rob Kingsley, the man dubbed Europe’s best Elvis tribute, brings his ‘A Vision of Elvis’ show to the Webster Memorial Theatre, Arbroath, on Friday, October 10.

This is hailed as one of the world’s foremost touring Elvis productions taking guests on a trip through the stellar career of ‘The King of Rock and Roll’.

Rob has created an award-winning show that celebrates the music of ‘The King’ from the early breakthrough years at Sun Studio, his 1968 comeback special right up to his final concert years.

Rob, who is touring with acclaimed backing band The Cadillacs and the Sweet Sensations backing vocalists, said: “I am very excited to be performing at The Webster Memorial Theatre. Scotland has many Elvis fans and so I’d like to invite them all to ‘A Vision of Elvis’. It is a show I’m sure they’ll enjoy.”

‘A Vision of Elvis’ comes direct to Arbroath on the back of a smash European tour, where Elvis fans across the continent were enthralled by Rob’s uplifting, energetic and authentic Elvis experience.

Rob gained early recognition when he was crowned the Official European Elvis Champion by winning Europe’s largest Elvis competition, and he has authentic costumes that were made by Elvis’s personal costume designer.

Ticket from the box office on www.webstertheatre.co.uk or by calling 01241 435800.