‘Britain’s best matinee show’ coming to Weston

PUBLISHED: 12:00 15 June 2012

We'll Meet again is coming to The Playhouse Theatre later this month

We'll Meet again is coming to The Playhouse Theatre later this month

Gaynor Wetherall

HAILED by critics as Britain’s best matinee show, We’ll Meet Again is heading to Weston’s Playhouse Theatre.

The show brings the music, comedy and spirit of the 1940s to life all over again.

The popular wartime show returns for its 11th year, hosted by Mervyn Francis and including stars Adam Daye from TV’s Who Do You Do, rising songstress Marilyn Hill-Smith from BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night Is Music Night, ukulele expert Andy Eastwood and debonair singer Tony Leyton.

Packed with a range of music dating to the time of the Queen’s Coronation played by the Martyn St James band, the show is sure to channel the spirit of the 1940s with a sentimental glow.

We’ll Meet Again is coming to The Playhouse Theatre on June 17 at 2.30pm.

Tickets, priced £10.50-12, are available via www.theplayhouse.co.uk or by calling 01934 645544.

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