The show must go on - pop-up theatre aims to entertain
PUBLISHED: 18:58 31 July 2020
A pop-up theatre extravaganza is being staged at the Lavenham Sports Pavilion - hoping to bring some light relief after the stresses of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Historic Lavenham’s ‘Pop-Up Theatre Weekend’ will be showing from Saturday, September 5 through to Sunday, September 6 with an array of musical memories from bygone eras.
Saturday September 5 at 1.30pm
The Vera Lynn Story kicks off proceedings with a tribute to the British icon who sadly died this year with Lorrie Brown taking the lead role. It is the UK’s No.1 Vera Lynn tribute, winning a National Tribute Award from the Agents Association of GB. Lorrie was also endorsed by Dame Vera Lynn herself, who, after hearing of Lorrie’s award, asked to meet her. She watched Lorrie perform and said her show was ‘superb’.
The Cast Of The Dad’s Army Touring Show
This is a variety show packed full of the stars who kept the nation entertained during the dark years of two world wars and this show consists of recreations in vision and sound of George Formby, Vera Lynn, The Andrews Sisters and Frank Sinatra, to name a few.
The D-Day Darlings
Following their success on 2018’s Britain’s Got Talent and their hugely successful debut album I’ll Remember You which charted at number 15 in the official album charts and receiving a BRIT Break through Award, the UK’s premier wartime act, The D-Day Darlings, bring their brand new stage show to Historic Lavenham.
Saturday, September 5 at 7.30pm
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The Real Thing, with original vocalists Chris Amoo and Dave Smith, will be performing this exclusive date in Historic Lavenham around the time of their new blockbuster movie release ‘Everything’ playing nationally in cinemas - which will also be aired on BBC 4.
Harry Cambridge as Luther Vandross
Harry’s career took off after appearing on Granada TV’s ‘Stars In Their Eyes’ as Luther Vandross - the producers were so impressed they invited him back for two more special shows. Harry recreates the sound and soul in his solo show of the world’s greatest soul singer Luther Vandross.
Sunday September 6 at 1.30pm
Albert Lee and his band
Double Grammy award winner Albert Lee, a member of The Everley Brothers Band, is also an accomplished piano player and has a fine singing voice. Co-writer of Country Boy and writer of many other great songs, always in great demand by other artistes, he has played on countless sessions worldwide.
Sunday, September 6 at 7.30pm
T.Rextasy ‘Unplugged’ brings you the songs of Marc Bolan played acoustically and sung by Danielz, lead singer and lead guitarist with T.Rextasy, accompanied by John Skelton on congas and percussion. Tracks that many of you would have heard the band play electrically over the years take on a new dimension, giving the audience and musicians a more intimate and relaxed approach to the evening.
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