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Spirit Of The Blitz - VE Day 75th Anniversary Special | Wyvern Theatre Swindon  | Sun 17th May 2020 Lineup

Spirit Of The Blitz - VE Day 75th Anniversary Special

Wyvern Theatre in Swindon

Sunday 17th May 2020

2:30pm til 5:00pm (last entry 2:30pm)

No age restrictions

Celebrating the greatest entertainers of 1940s with the songs that kept Britain smiling... book now!

 
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Spirit Of The Blitz - VE Day 75th Anniversary Special on Sunday 17th May 2020

To celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day, we open the 1940s songbook for a tribute to the legendary stars who kept us smiling through our darkest hours. 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.

BOOK NOW! Tickets from www.swindontheatres.co.uk or the booking line:

01793 524481

Music Genres: 

Acoustic, Jazz, Retro, Swing, Themed

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