Win tickets to see We'll Meet Again

The Weston & Somerset Mercury has teamed up with The Playhouse, Weston, to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of tickets to see the show

THE music and laughter which kept Britain smiling through her darkest days is revisited at The Playhouse, Weston, on May 20 when We'll Meet Again returns with its wartime show.Audiences can relive the spirit of the 40s in a wonderful evening of hits from the Blitz with lots of sing-a-long tunes to bring back warm memories.The evening features a selection of the greatest wartime songs including White Cliffs Of Dover, Bless 'Em All, Underneath The Arches, Siegfried Line and of course, We'll Meet Again.This celebration show pays tribute to the legendary stars of the war years such as Vera Lynn, Gracie Fields, Bing Crosby, Max Miller and George Formby, and includes lots of comedy routines and sing-a-longs.Compere and baritone singer Mervyn Francis hosts the evening and presents a superb cast of entertainers including comedian Steve Barclay, top vocalist Shelly James and multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Andy Eastwood.Other acts on the bill include Andy Eastwood paying tribute to one of Britain's most popular wartime stars, George Formby. Andy, an international multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, has performed with the likes of Danny La Rue and Ken Dodd, and is highly respected not only as a ukulele-banjo virtuoso, but also as a versatile violinist, guitarist and vocalist. Tickets, priced £11 or £9 for concessions, are available from the box office on 01934 64 5544. * The Weston & Somerset Mercury has teamed up with The Playhouse to offer three lucky readers the chance to each win a pair of tickets to see the show.To enter, please answer the following question: What decade does most of the music in this show come from?* Closes: 9am on May 10. * Usual Archant rules apply and the editor's decision is final.

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