Back by popular demand, UK’s favourite Rock & Roll variety production, That’ll be the Day returns with another brand new show to The Stafford Gatehouse Theatre featuring incredible live music performances, entertaining blends of classic gold hits from the 50s, 60s & 70s, with bags of hilarious comedy. It is hard to believe that this production which started in 1986 will be celebrating its 33rd anniversary this year. The production show (which performs about 200 shows a year) kicks off with the 1950’s music to evoke nostalia of singers which many of us love such as Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Connie Francis, Everley Brothers and Gary Anderson. The show also include a flashback to TV classic Val Parnell’s Sunday Night at the London Palladium featuring Bruce Forsythe, The Dave Clark 5, Diana Ross, Lulu and the Beatles, followed by a James Bond tribute and Blues Brothers segment. Neil Diamond, Elvis, Susie Quatro and even Sir Rod Stewart will keep the night rocking and rolling. If you’re already getting excited reading about this, why don’t you join our competition to win yourself a pair of tickets worth £49 to watch them at Stafford Gatehouse Theatre.
We reckon the show will be great for new fans or old ones who have already seen the show before but can’t get enough of it. Its going to be a fun filled night with lots of fun, laughter, live singing, dancing and great costume so make sure you have got your dancing shoes on to dance the night away! If you want to be apart of this amazing show, then join our competition below. Terms and conditions as stated on the Rafflecopter Giveaway.
When will the That’s be The Day be taking place ?
There will be 2 performances, on Wednesday, 3rd October and Friday, 26 October at 7.30pm. But the competition winner gets to ONLY go on the 3rd October.
How much are the tickets?
Tickets are priced at £24.50 each
How can I book ?
Tickets can be booked by calling the box office on 01785 619080 or by visiting Stafford Gatehouse Theatre’s website.
Where is Stafford Gatehouse Theatre?
Stafford Gatehouse is an old Victorian theatre for professional and amateur shows, including Shakespeare and children’s plays. In 2007, the Borough Hall was reopened as Stafford Gatehouse Theatre, by his Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester. The Borough Hall was originally opened on 20 June 1877 and the building once housed Stafford Borough Council.
Stafford Gatehouse Theatre
Tel: 01785 619080
Where to park?
Stafford Gatehouse Theatre is in the heart of Stafford, just seconds from the main shopping centre and central tourist attractions. It is less than 10 minutes drive from Junctions 13 and 14 of the M6 and can be found by following the theatre mask symbols on routes into the town centre. There are ample parking facilities a short walk away from the theatre and cycle racks are available outside the building.
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