Celebration of England show at Manor Pavilion
The Manor Pavilion is putting on an afternoon filled with patriotic music, nostalgia and fun celebrating sixty glorious years of the very best of English entertainment.
The popular Neil Sands returns to Sidmouth with his new production, There’ll Always be an England, on Wednesday, May 23 at 2.30pm.
He said it is ‘the perfect way to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, with a step back in time to the 1940s with the likes of Vera Lynn, and into the 1950s and the golden days of rock and roll.
The cast is full of West End performers, and includes memories of the VE Day Celebrations, a Pearly King and Queen cockney sing-a-long, plus a rousing selection from the Last Night at the Proms and a special tribute to the veterans of the Armed Forces.
As always, Neil Sands and the cast will be happy to meet and chat in the foyer after the show.
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Tickets cost �10, �9 for concessions, contact the theatre box office on 01395 514413.
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