IT'S officially been 25 years since Peter Andre started releasing material and 23 since Mysterious Girl was a massive smash in the UK.

In the course of those years Peter has become one of those Marmite artist that people either absolutely love or dismiss out of hand.

Well on Monday's show there is no doubt that he is a great entertainer who knows exactly what his audience wants and never fails to deliver.

The stage set itself was more akin to something you would see in a much larger venue with three large screens across the back and three risers for the band and singers also fronted with screens accompanied by an excellent light show.

Pete took to the stage to a chorus of screams and started the evening with a couple of tracks from his debut album.

He then took his life in his hands by coming out into the audience and singing the majority of Nice 'n' Slow standing on someone’s chair triggering a mass migration of the majority of the female crowd to surround him.

He did eventually make his way back to the stage in one piece having made a few of the crowd extremely happy having delivered a one to one experience.

The set list was set up to run through Peter’s career from 1993s self-titled Peter Andre to his latest release Come Fly With Me. Each time the set moved from one album to another, Pete recounted where he was and how the songs came about.

For someone not that familiar with his work it was really interesting to hear stories of writing songs with Coolio and The Script (before they were famous) and touring the world with Madonna.

Throughout the show his interaction with the crowd was excellent and demonstrated a real bond.

When the set reached his Swing albums he was joined on stage by Elsie who had recently reached 90 and had a quick chat before starting Fly Me To The Moon.

This was quickly followed by a section of Pete’s personal favourites including Stevie Wonders Signed, Sealed, Delivered and Sir Duke followed by a duet of Peabo Bryson and Roberta flacks Tonight, Al Green's Let's Stay Together and Michael Jackson’s Man In The Mirror and Shake Your Body Down To the Ground.

There was just time for one final scream when the opening bars of Mysterious Girl rang out then it was all over. Despite running for over one and a half hours I am sure it ended far to soon for the crowd who left the venue on a high and will be back next time Pete’s in town. A great night of entertainment.