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What’s OnElvis time at HippodromeELVIS will be leaving the building all three of him on March 26. Award winning Elvis impersonators Ricky Aron, Paul Molloy and Steve Storm will be presenting a live tribute show to the late King at Tameside Hippodrome in Ashton under Lyne.02:22, 17 APR 2010Updated20:20, 12 JAN 2013What’s OnGet What’s On updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailELVIS will be leaving the building all three of him on March 26.Award winning Elvis impersonators Ricky Aron, Paul Molloy and Steve Storm will be presenting a live tribute show to the late King at Tameside Hippodrome in Ashton under Lyne.The Elvis tributes will appear in 1956, 1968 and 1970s guises in the show, performing his songs from across three decades of hits.There will also be performances from ratpackers Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin on the same stage when the Swing Kings an acclaimed ratpack tribute act kick off the show.Tickets are on sale from the box office on 0161 308 3223.Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterWhat’s On NewsletterSubscribe to our What’s On newsletterEnter emailSubscribeDancing on IceWho won Dancing On Ice 2018? Reality TV hunk Jake Quickenden crowned championCoronation Street favourite Brooke Vincent and former X Factor and I’m A Celebrity star Jake Quickenden from Wilmslow took on Scotland rugby player Max Evans in the finalManchesterManchester Piccadilly train station delays and cancellations after protest blocked linesIs Manchester Piccadilly train station open? Virgin and Northern services are currently disrupted due to protesters blocking services in and out the stationManchester FamilyKids punching doors and refusing to shower families tell us the impact Fortnite is having on their childrenThe video game which features forbidden locations has taken the world by storm, but it’s not without some unwanted side effects for familiesNorthern QuarterBakerie and Pie Ale in Northern Quarter closed due to ‘unforeseen circumstances’The Northern Quarter venues, run by the same outfit, were locked up and deserted during their normal opening hours on Friday. There is no indication if or when they will reopenManchester ArenaReview: Stereophonics at Manchester ArenaThe newer material does a job but the hits from the band’s first five records are what the 20,000 in the arena are here to see.