It’s time to perfect your victory rolls, throw out the ration book and hang up your bunting, as We’ll Meet Again, a retro 1940s cabaret show, comes to The Old Rep.
Due to overwhelming popular demand, We'll Meet Again is back on the road for its 13th year. Even though it will be an entirely new production, all the old favourites will still be included. Capturing the music, comedy, and camaraderie of the war years, We’ll Meet Again is a fully immersive production with authentic costumes and live musicians. This show harks back to a fabulous bygone era with fondness, and will leave you with even more appreciation for both the heroes of the trenches and the icons of the airwaves.
We’ll Meet Again will star comedy entertainer Steve Barclay, with his impressions of wartime comedians and – by very special request – the return of Britain’s greatest ukulele virtuoso Andy Eastwood. New singing star Lucia Matisse will be performing the hits of Vera Lynn, Gracie Fields and Ann Shelton. Other special guests will include Mervyn Francis, former singer from the Black and White Minstrel show, and Pete Lindup, a multi-instrumentalist and comedian. Live music from the Martyn St James Band will be enjoyed throughout the performance, which has been dubbed ‘the nation’s favourite matinee show’.
We’ll Meet Again plays at The Old Rep on Tuesday 26 May at 2.30pm. Tickets are just £12.50, with a special price for Senior Citizens of £10.50. If you are booking for a large group, for every ten tickets purchased you will receive the eleventh free.
For further information, or to book your seats, please call the Box Office on 0121 359 9444. Alternatively, visit www.oldreptheatre.co.uk. Please note that online bookings are subject to a booking fee.
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