**UPDATE ON JB GILL EVENT** following the Government's announcement with regard to non-essential travel, and social gatherings.
Having spoken with JB's agent, the decision has been made to POSTPONE this event which had been due to happen on Saturday 28th March. We are looking to move the event back to SEPTEMBER and will let all ticket holders know of the change of date, as soon as one has been confirmed with JB.
This decision hasn't been made lightly, but as we care about our community, and JB wants to support us in making sure everyone is kept safe, we have decided to wait until a better time. JB very much wants to come to South Normanton, so IS NOT cancelling.
Once the new date has been confirmed, if you cannot make it, we will issue a refund on tickets which have been purchased.
Thank you for your understanding and patience, at this time. And please stay safe.
If you have any further questions, please do ask.
JB Gill rose to fame in one of the UK’s biggest boybands – JLS - who have JUST ANNOUNCED their comeback tour, in the Autumn!
At South Normanton Community Church, we are excited to have JB joining us, with his interviewer, before he starts preparing for the JLS tour. Whilst he won't be performing, on the night, he will be sharing stories about his life, career (what it was like to be part of the most successful boy band of its time) and how his faith has become very real to him.
Ever wanted to ask someone from JLS a question?
On the night, JB will also be taking questions from YOU - if you dare ask!
As well as being in JLS, JB is also an established member of the farming community, and likes to to educate children about the origins of their food, as the lead presenter on CBeebies’ BAFTA-nominated television series, ‘Down On The Farm’. JB’s enthusiasm for farming life and knowledge of countryside issues also sees him regularly contribute to BBC’s ‘Countryfile’ and ‘Springwatch’.
JB also performed with his wife, Chloe on the ITV Primetime show ‘Dance, Dance, Dance’, for which they won ‘Best Performance’ at the National Reality TV Awards 2017, presented on BBC's ‘Songs Of Praise’; and hosted ‘Springtime On The Farm’ and ‘Big Week At The Zoo’ for Channel 5.