Wartime sing-a-long

PUBLISHED: 11:47 04 May 2006 | UPDATED: 09:14 24 May 2010

AUDIENCES will be able to relive the spirit of the 1940s when a highly acclaimed show is staged in Weston. We'll meet Again will showcase a selection of the best-known wartime sing-a-long tunes at The Playhouse on May 21. The show will pay tribute to lege

AUDIENCES will be able to relive the spirit of the 1940s when a highly acclaimed show is staged in Weston.We'll meet Again will showcase a selection of the best-known wartime sing-a-long tunes at The Playhouse on May 21.The show will pay tribute to legendary stars of the wartime period including Vera Lynn, Gracie Fields, Bing Crosby, Max Miller and George Formby.Singer Mervyn Francis will compere the evening, presenting a cast of entertainers including comedian Steve Barclay, soprano Julia Burnett and instrumentalist and vocalist Andy Eastwood.The evening will feature a host of favourite wartime songs like White Cliffs Of Dover, Bless 'Em All, Underneath The Arches, Seigfried Line and We'll Meet Again.Tickets, priced £8-10, are available from the box office on 01934 645544.

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