PREVIEW: Des O’Connor and Jimmy Tarbuck live in Eastbourne

May 31, 2018

There are a few tickets available to see two showbiz Legends live in Eastbourne!

TWO stalwarts of the UK entertainment scene return to the live stage and are heading to Eastbourne for one of only ten shows in the UK: Des O’Connor and Jimmy Tarbuck Live at the Devonshire Park Theatre is on Wednesday, June 20.

Seats are currently available in the upper circle, the dress circle and stalls have a limited number of restricted view seats left – for now. The advice from the box office is: book now or miss out!

Theatre Artistic Director, Chris Jordan said: “It’s great that Eastbourne has been included on this very select national tour by these two entertainment legends. Since the show was announced the box office has been busy and we anticipate putting the ‘Sold Out’ boards up on the night. So if you haven’t yet booked your tickets and you want to see these two stars performing live on stage together then don’t put off booking!”

The two legends of television, show-business and numerous Royal Variety Performances come together, accompanied by music and video to reminisce and of course entertain.

In October 2015, Des and Jimmy performed on stage together for the very first time in Sunday Night at the London Palladium to huge acclaim which prompted this limited run.

Singer and comedian Des O’Connor CBE has been an international TV star since the late 1960s, he holds more than 1000 solo performances at the London Palladium, 36 albums and in excess of 16 million records sold around the world!

Jimmy Tarbuck is a variety mega-star, first rising to fame as a host of Sunday Night at the London Palladium in the 1960s, though TV fans will remember his prolific hosting of gameshows and many other television appearances. Jimmy has also released 3 albums himself and has regularly toured the UK throughout his career.

Event: Des O’Connor and Jimmy Tarbuck Live at the Devonshire Park Theatre

Where: Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne

When: Wednesday, June 20

Time: 7.30pm

Cost: Tickets £23.50 – £23.50

To book online, click here:

Or telephone the Box Office: 01323 412000