Theye are keeping the memory alive as Duggie Chapman MBE brings a brand new Wartime Cavalcade show to Peterborough’s Key Theatre on Sunday (3pm) to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.
Starring comedy entertainer Steve Barclay, who brings impressions of wartime comedians, and, by special demand, the show sees the return of Britain’s greatest virtuoso of the ukulele, Andy Eastwood.
This year, We’ll Meet Again presents a new West End singing star Maggie O’Hara.
Maggie will be bringing the Songs of Vera Lynn and Gracie Fields along with a touch of Ann Shelton in celebration of wartime entertainment at its finest.
With full supporting cast including Mervyn Francis, former singer from the Black and White Minstrel Show and special guest comedian and multi-instrumentalist, Pete Lindup, this show is packed with real variety.
The Martyn St James Band provides the live music making this a matinee show not to be missed.
It is a fitting tribute to our Armed Forces of yesterday, today and tomorrow featuring all the great songs and music of the war years.
This is damp-eyed nostalgia that leaves everyone with a warm and sentimental glow for the good old days.
For tickets call the box office on 01733 207239 or visit www.vivacity-peterborough.com