Viva Las Inverness

By Reporter, The HighLand Times, Tuesday July 17 2018

Elvis lives and he is in Inverness until the 21st of July at Eden Court in Inverness.

This review could be over in a few words, marvellous, fantastic, what a show, a must see, phenomenal, you get the gist.

What a show This is Elvis is, I have been lucky enough to see Viva Elvis by Cirque du Soliel at The Aria in Las Vegas and trust me when I tell you this show is as good as that.

We had a little bit of Americana in Inverness tonight and jeez oh it was good.

We were there with Elvis tonight.

In the first part of the show we saw the build-up to the 68 Comeback Special, it built nicely to the interval telling a bit of the back story and building to “The Show.”

The Show, wow, what a show that comeback special was and we were transported there tonight.

Stephen Michaels is Elvis Presley, the voice, the moves, he’s got them all down.

And the cast, I’m envious, they can all sing, dance, play instruments, act, perform, what a talented group of people.

Everyone needs a bit of Elvis in their lives, the theatre was rocking tonight and by the time Burning Love was played, the whole place was on its feet, the house was rocking.

It’s genuinely that good you could see it twice.

There are still some tickets available, don’t miss the chance of seeing this show, you won’t regret it.

Get you tickets before Elvis has left Inverness………...


This is Elvis is at Eden Court from Tuesday 17 – Saturday 21 July.

Book tickets at or by calling 01463 234234.



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