Win tickets to see Martin Kemp at the Exmouth Pavilion!

PUBLISHED: 10:51 20 July 2017 | UPDATED: 10:51 20 July 2017

Martin Kemp

Martin Kemp


Martin Kemp – the former Spandau Ballet bassist and EastEnders star and film actor – is presenting an ‘up close and personal’ evening at the Exmouth Pavilion in September.

And we’ve got a pair of tickets to give away in our easy-to-enter competition!

During the show – at 7.30pm on Saturday, September 9 – Martin will be discussing his life with Spandau Ballet and beyond, and also taking questions from the audience.

Martin rose to fame playing bass for Spandau Ballet. The group toured the world and had several top 20 hits in the 1980s and 90s. Martin has also enjoyed a successful film and TV acting career, most notably starring alongside his brother Gary in the 1990 film The Krays. In 1998, he was offered the role of Steve Owen in the BBC’s soap EastEnders and most recently he’s appeared as a judge on the BBC talent show Let it Shine.

This is a rare opportunity to spend an evening with one of the country’s biggest musical and TV stars. Tickets are £23.50 (standard) and £25.50 (raised), available now. Call 01395 222477 or visit:

The Journal has a great prize to give away. For a chance to win a pair of tickets to An Audience with Martin Kemp, simply answer the following question.

What was the name of the 1990 film starring Martin and his brother Gary Kemp?

To enter, click here

Alternatively, send your answer on a postcard with your name, address and daytime contact number to Martin Kemp competition, Archant, Exeter Airport Business Park, Fair Oak Close, Clyst Honiton, EX5 2UL.

Terms and conditions: competition closes at 11am, Friday August 18. Archant employees and their family members may not enter this competition. Winner will be selected at random after the closing date. Winner must respond to winner email or phone call within 2 days or an alternative winner will be selected. By submitting your details online you automatically authorise Archant Ltd to send you emails regarding this competition. Usual promotion rules apply - visit

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