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To celebrate Blackpool Pride, the stars of the stage are joined by stars from X Factor – Same Difference. In addition, under 18's can join in the Funny Girls experience as this unique matinee show is open to under 18's for the first time in Funny Girls history. This matinee is open to anyone under 18 and over 14 when accompanied by an adult.

The doors open at mid-day, with the fabulous and glamorous hostess and DJ Zoe taking to the stage at 12.30. With the most talked about show in town commencing at 1.00pm, Same Difference will be appearing on stage twice throughout this special performance, before the grand finale takes you through the decades of dance and transfixes you with a kaleidoscope of colours, glamour, show stopping routines and unique, exclusive and stylish feathers.

Admission price is only £3, or free if you have a pride wristband.

Same Difference

Same DifferenceSame Difference made it all the way to the final of UK X Factor 2007, winning over legions of fans with their energetic and thrilling live performances. Same Difference, were tipped to be the first to be voted out of the competition but turned out to be the surprise hit of the show, remaining outside the bottom two sing-off places throughout their entire run.

The duo reached the final of the show, largely thanks to their performance of S Club 7's song 'Never Had a Dream Come True' which received an enthusiastic reception from the studio audience. They eventually finished in third place.

Now preparing their new studio album, and a UK tour; Same Difference take time out from their hectic schedule to bring some of their infectious pop style to the Funny Girls stage, this Pride weekend.

Summer Show Underway

Summer Show 2010Feathers, sequins and 'showgirls' converge in an extravagant spectacular at Funny Girls. Since its debut in 1994, the show has been wowing audiences with its statuesque, high-kicking, showgirls and dazzling costumes. Accompanying the showgirls are show boys whose outfits range from sparkling jackets to little more than bedazzled feather codpieces. There is eye candy for everyone in this show.

Auditions for the position of lead dancer at Funny Girls have been confirmed. The auditions are to be held on Monday 26th April at Pineapple Dance Studios, London. There is a strong possibility the auditions will be filmed as negotiations are under way for a new TV programme following the search for the new star.

These first stage auditions are to be held by Philip Holmes, Show Producer and Mark Woodruff, Choreographer.