11 November 2011
Last updated at 09:05
BBC Radio Suffolk's BIG Night Out returned to the Spa Pavilion in Felixstowe for a third year on Wednesday, 9 November 2011. Lesley Dolphin and Nigel Lungley were two staff members doing their bit to raise money for Children in Need.
The evening of entertainment was compered by Nick Risby, presenter of the late night radio show in the East. The event raised more than £10,000 for Children in Need.
Journalist Jon Wright and Sports Producer/BBC Introducing presenter Graeme Mac reunited as the Easy Tigers. This time they covered Neil Young.
The night also featured established acts such as The Company of Four theatre group, who opened the show with a Queen medley.
Last year presenter Mark Murphy donned his shades and quiff for an Elvis impersonation. This time round he opted for Benny Hill.
Rob Dunger, meanwhile, put his Full Monty antics of 2009 well behind him. He was joined on stage by gardening experts Claire Horne and Graham Proctor for a rendition of In an English Country Garden.
Dancing this year came courtesy of local troupe Burlesque, who were inspired by the film of the same name.
Richard Whymark and friend provided some laughs.
The highlight for many on the night was Luke Deal and Georgina Wroe. The pair recreated musical instruments including the drums, guitar and the harp - and "played" each other.
Simon Warr returned (in the same clothes as last year) and performed a localised version of The Sun Always Shines on TV.
Michael J Fitch was very popular in 2009 and returned with a new set of magic, including sawing his wife in half.
After weeks of rehearsing, the BBC Radio Suffolk staff came on stage to perform their tribute to Glee - performing Don't Stop Believin'.