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Some of the most famous names from comedy, music and variety from the 60s, 70s and 80s are to be given one last shot at putting on their dream gig in the variety capital of the world. The theatre is booked for one night only and eight acts will be given the chance to fulfil the dream they thought had long gone and put on a spectacular variety performance at one of the iconic venues in Las Vegas. Cameras will follow these showbiz legends from their departure from their homes in the UK to the moment they step onto the stage in Vegas. They'll live in a house together, enjoy and explore the Vegas Strip and rehearse and reminisce together to deliver a show that they'll all be proud of. Viewers will also be treated to a unique insight into the legends' vast and varied careers as they look back and talk firsthand about their incredible stories.
The showbiz entertainers begin rehearsals for the biggest performance of their lives, but impressing their American producer Frank Marino is proving to be tough. Anita Harris, Tommy Cannon, Jess Conrad and Mick Miller take time out of rehearsals to head out into the desert to meet a Native American medicine man, Bobby Crush takes inspiration for his act from the Liberace Museum, and the comedy acts turn to American comedy legend Frankie Scinta for advice on their performance.
With just a week to go, the showbiz entertainers continue rehearsals for the biggest performance of their lives, but with nothing going to plan, American producer Frank Marino threatens to pull the show. Comedian Mick Miller tries out his stand-up routine at a comedy club, singer Kenny Lynch is struggling to learn a new song for the big night, and comedian Bobby Ball, pianist Bobby Crush, and singer Su Pollard take time out to try their hand at horse riding with cowboys.
Our nine British entertainers have spent over a week rehearsing for their dream gig in the entertainment capital of the world, but with just days to go before the big night, a heartbreaking tragedy hits Las Vegas. Saddened and shocked, the performers question whether the show should go on.
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