Elvis Tribute Night Saturday 4 March 2017 @ 7:30 PM

Ballinger Rocks!

An award winning Elvis tribute artist will perform for us
while we enjoy a professionally catered traditional Indian dinner.10570473_10206398663838169_8379013113308575688_n

TV and Radio professional Elvis  – real name Sal Bashir,  was awarded for most outstanding performance at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2008 and starred in the BBC’s ‘The World’s Greatest Elvis’.  He also appeared on The One Show, at the London 2012 Olympics Show, sang for the British Forces overseas and performed at the Rugby World Cup 2015.

The evening promises to be very special indeed : get All Shook Up with a complimentary glasses of bubbles on arrival.
There will then be A Little Less Conversation while we are treated to a sumptuous authentic Indian meal supplied by one of the leading restaurants in the area.

We’ll make sure this is no Heartbreak Hotel with a full cash bar service.

So get ready to rock, put on your Blue Suede shoes as you won’t be Lonesome tonight!

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All proceeds are in aid of Ballinger Hall Restoration Projects

About Sal Bashir

Elvis Tribute artist from London UK for 19 years. Performances have included shows in Greece, Cyprus, Spain, USA. Awarded for most outstanding performance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2008 also starred in the BBC’s ‘The Worlds Greatest Elvis’. Appeared with host Vernon Kay on BBC’s ‘Test The Nation’ with Anne Robinson and Phillip Schofield and was selected from over 40 Elvis’ to sing ‘Hound Dog’ live to over 10 million people!
Starred in BBC3’s Southside Story (2015). Numerous TV appearances include: Channel 5, Sky, CBS, CNN, ITV Yorkshire & Central, and Radio 5 Live. Performed in front of 10,000 enthusiastic fans at London City Airport 2004, 50,000 at the annual Slough firework show, and 25,000 at the Barking Indian Mela. In 2004 Performed by Royal Command at The Savoy, The Strand London on behalf of the CTBF (Cinema and Television benevolent Fund)

Saturday 4th March 2017

7:30 PM