Stars from Strictly Come Dancing, I'm a Celebrity, Britain's Got Talent and The X Factor are coming to the Isle of Wight for Wight Proms 2023.

The event takes place across eight days, from August 13 to August 20, at Northwood House in Cowes.

Themed nights means there's something for everyone, plus there are children's shows and workshops during the day.

The  programme of events kicks off on Sunday, August 13, with the audience being transported to the world of musical theatre, complete with some of the best-known and popular songs from the West End and Broadway.

Isle of Wight County Press: Comedian Seann Walsh.Comedian Seann Walsh. (Image: Wight Proms)

​On stage will be musical theatre stars Oliver Savile, Daniel Boys, Rebecca Lock and Laura Baldwin.

Tuesday, August 15, is Isle of Pride drag night, featuring RuPaul's Drag Race queens Jimbo and Baga Chipz, plus home-grown Island talent Quivers.

Expect huge personalities, comedy chaos and jaw-dropping vocals.

The evening is hosted by Amanda Lovett from BBC's The Traitors,  and rounded off by DJ Snacks' after-party. 

Isle of Wight County Press: Drag queen Jimbo is coming to Wight Proms.Drag queen Jimbo is coming to Wight Proms. (Image: Wight Proms)

New for Wight Proms is Isle of Country on Wednesday,  August 16, featuring tributes to Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers, John Denver and Shania Twain.

Thursday, August 17, is Isle of Opera, this year a staged production of Puccini's La Boheme with chamber orchestra.

Friday, August 18, is the comedy night, A Wight Laugh, featuring I'm a Celebrity and Strictly contender Seann Walsh, along with other comedians Paul McCaffrey and Tom Deacon.

The night is hosted by Paul Cox and music is provided before and after the show by Island band The Rockafellas.

New this year is Dance the Wight Away on Saturday, August 19, and it will star Strictly favourites Vincent Simone and Ian Waite.

They will be joined live on stage by special guest vocalist Jai McDowall, Britain’s Got Talent winner.

The final evening on Sunday, August 20, is, of course, the Last Wight of the Proms, and once again it will star X Factor finalists G4.

G4's Mike Christie is the Wight Proms organiser and lives on the Island.

He is delighted to bring a rousing celebration of British music and flag-waving, including Pomp and Circumstance, Jerusalem and more, starring his multi-platinum selling vocal harmony group accompanied by the Wight Proms Concert Orchestra, conducted by the Island's own Jonathan Butcher.

Tickets for all shows are available now and Last Wight of the Proms is virtually sold out already.