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Spirit of the Blitz

Spirit of the Blitz

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Date
Wednesday 12 May
2:30pm
Running Time
120 mins
Tickets: £15 / 10+ £12.50

POSTPONED / RESCHEDULED SHOW INFORMATION

This event was originally due to take place on Tuesday 12th May 2020, but has been postponed to Wednesday 12th May 2021.

The Box Office are contacting all ticket holders for the original date directly. However, if you are happy with the new date, you don’t need to do anything. Just keep hold of your current tickets which will valid on the new date.

We appreciate that many of our customers will have questions about forthcoming shows, and we will continue to post updates on our website and social media pages . Where possible, we would be grateful if you didn’t visit or call our box office to ask about rescheduling or ticket refunds. We will contact ticket holders direct.

We will continue to follow official guidance from the UK Government and Public Health England carefully.

For more information about Coronavirus and the latest public advice, please go to the GOV.UK website.

Thank you for your understanding and for your continued support of your local theatre.



VE Day 75th Anniversary Special

To celebrate this very special anniversary, we open the 1940s songbook for a tribute to the legendary stars who kept us smiling through our darkest days. Spirit Of The Blitz recaptures the tenacious optimism of war-torn Britain on the long road towards peace.

Sing along to swinging hits like Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree, Bless 'Em All, Leaning On A Lamp-Post, and of course, We'll Meet Again.

Starring Andy Eastwood, Maggie O’Hara and Pete Lindup, this feel-good show recreates all your forties favourites, including Vera Lynn, George Formby, Max Miller, Bing Crosby, Anne Shelton and Gracie Fields... A truly heart-warming afternoon of live music and laughter.

For those who remember the 40s, the show is a trip down memory lane; for those who don't, it’s a Sentimental Journey back through time to the glorious melodies and good clean comedy that accompanied a dogged nation's battle for survival.

This unmissable performance is devised and produced by Andy Eastwood, with musical direction by David Carter.

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Wednesday 12 May 2021
2:30pm
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