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'Mock and roll' from the Berries.

IMPRESSIONS of The Rolling Stones, Cliff Richard, Elvis and Tom Jones will have audiences rolling in the aisles at Bedworth's Civic Hall on Wednes-day.

Sixties group The Rockin' Berries have turned their hand to comedy, now producing their own brand of "mock and roll" and they will top the bill at The Great British Laughter Show.

The show is co- produced by Bedworth-based impresario Brian Walker, who lives in Bonington Drive.

Also on the bill will be writer and comedian Malcolm Stent, whose stage play You Can't Play Up Our End has just completed a successful run at Birmingham's Alexander Theatre.

Tickets for the show, which also features the voice of Maggie O'Hara with her selection of West End show songs, are pounds 7 (concessions pounds 6).
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