TAKE a trip down memory lane with Boston’s Blackfriars Theatre next Wednesday.
Executive producer Neil Sands and West End cast members Gemma Turner and Carolyn Hodgson will be performing two hours of music, memories and nostalgia at the Spain Lane venue, from 2.30pm.
Now in it’s fifth year, the show Remember When invites audiences to sing along to songs made famous from the ‘40s to the ‘70s.
They will include artists such as Doris Day, Max Bygraves, Julie Andrews, Vera Lynn, ABBA and Elvis.
The show is new for this year and includes pearly king and queen cockney and all-time favourite sing-alongs, show tunes and a veterans of the armed forces section.
Neil, born in Ilford, Essex, is an experienced and versatile performer who played in various local pop groups in the 1960s.
His early performing career included cabaret acts in nightclubs and on the Butlins circuit.
He has appeared in films with Richard Burton, John Cleese and Richard Harris.
His TV credits include Lovejoy, The Chiefs and Campion. He even taught his Royal Highness Prince Edward to wrestle for the Cambridge production of Trafford Tanzi.
Gemma has performed in many well-known musical productions and venues including the London Palladium and The Royal Albert Hall.
Carolyn’s stage credits include A Little Night Music, Spring Awakening, Hair, The Lion The Witch & The Wardrobe, Old School Musical 2, and Cinderella.
Tickets to Remember When cost £10.
To book call 01205 363108.