THE sparkling 4 Poofs and a Piano, who captured the hearts of the nation during their nine years as house band on the Jonathan Ross Show, are back.
As part of their extravaganza of a tour they will perform their show, which promises to be bigger, louder, harder, longer, at the Playhouse Theatre in Weston on March 1.

Original member Big Dave Wickenden remains at the shimmering helm and joining him is the fabulous Graeme Clark, who promises to bring a notable level of butch twinkle to the proceeding, the brilliant, gorgeous Ian Lilley, who will be busting a move while hitting that top B.

To top it all, for a limited period, the new 4 Poofs and a Piano will feature the legendary Bobby Crush whose fingers are so fast and light that he could vajazzle a ferret while playing Rachmaninov! These 3 Poofkateers will join Big Dave, famed for his one-armed choreography, immutable smile and legendary dance moves that have made him an icon to plus size gays everywhere.

The band's live shows are engaging spectacles, filled with irreverent and self-deprecating musical humour. They are the musical version of a nudge and a wink.

Camp, high octane and naughty but fun entertainment with original comedy songs, musical parodies, pop standards, dance, physical comedy and light-hearted banter from this new line-up of the fab four will have you in stiches.

Tickets cost £15 and are available from the theatre's box office on 01934-645544.