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Andy Eastwood-Those Were The Days

SATURDAY 3RD JULY 2021 7.30pm

This show was originally set up on 2020 Social Distancing regulations. We may have to re-allocate seats nearer the performance and can only apologise in advance.

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Celebrate a golden era of music as we remember songs and stars of the ‘fabulous fifties’ and ‘swinging sixties!’

This sparkling, foot-tapping, feel-good show evokes the wonderful mix of entertainment that accompanied the optimistic youth of the postwar generation and is packed with singalong hits.

Musical entertainer Andy Eastwood is no stranger to audiences at the West Cliff, having appeared here in summer seasons, touring shows and last year’s 125th Anniversary Gala. He will pay tribute to a variety of artists from Elvis to George Formby in his whirlwind of an act! He is joined by sensational vocalist Helen Farrell who was due to appear in our 2020 Summer Show, and she will sing favourite hits by Doris Day, Connie Francis, Shirley Bassey, Carole King and many more…

Join us for a wonderful musical trip down memory lane!
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Spirit of the Blitz

 SUNDAY MATINEE

Saturday 21st May 2022, 2.30pm

Previously Sunday 11th April 2021

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Join us as we dust off 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.

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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.

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