IT WAS another great night in Port Sunlight on March 16 when Billy Butler and Wally Scott once again stepped on to the Gladstone stage to compère another fantastic night of Scouse entertainment.

The show opened with five girls called Sudden Impact performing the River Dance.

This was followed by Billy and Wally cracking a number of jokes before introducing Geoff Wray, a Lionel Ritchie sound-alike, doing a brilliant job on several of Ritchie’s songs, including All Night Long.

Next-up was popular Liverpool comedian Mickey Finn, who had the audience roaring with laughter.

The X Factor’s Shbang followed with several great songs. This group, consisting of two men and a girl opened their spot with the 1940s song Bugle Boy of Company B, made famous by the Andrews Sisters.

The second half opened with the return of Sudden Impact, performing the 1920s Can Can.

Steve Rix entertained us with his superb impressions of Michael Jackson, Cliff Richard, Ozzy Osbourne and many others. Billy Shine had us laughing again, with his great brand of humour.

Top of the bill was Motown Magic, returning after a successful appearance at the Gladstone Theatre last year. They had the audience swaying to the fabulous sounds of the Motown period.

As always, another great show from Billy and Wally. They will be back at the Gladstone in September.