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Yours

“Yours” is a show tracing the life and vocation of Dame Vera Lynn. Compiled and written by Mickie Driver with considerable help from Dame Vera (Mickie has known her for 27 years and is an ambassador for the ‘Dame Vera Lynn Children’s Charity’ that helps babies with cerebral palsy). The show encompasses the various stages of her fascinating and incredible career. She began singing professionally at the age of seven and had a top ten CD at the age of one hundred.
“Yours” has all the Vera Lynn songs we know and love as well as many from the early days that have been forgotten and more than deserve to be heard again.
The finale contains a message recorded specifically for the show by Dame Vera and it makes this very special entertainment even more special.

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Happy & Glorious

“Happy & Glorious” is a pure and joyful celebration of the years of service afforded the Nation and Commonwealth by Queen Elizabeth II. Songs from the year of her birth, and at various points in her youth and reign, make this a patriotic juggernaut of joy. The finale of the show (a London celebration in Pearly costume) was chosen to be included in the Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebrations at Windsor Castle.

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Bless 'em All

“Bless ‘em All!” recalls many of the superb entertainers who kept up Britain’s spirits through the dark years of WWII. June 6th 2019 marks the 75th anniversary of the D Day Landings and this show will be a more than appropriate recognition of that milestone. Max Miller, Flanagan and Allen, Gracie Fields, Anne Shelton and, of course, Dame Vera Lynn are among the many stars recalled with great affection in this splendid show. The original production was performed on 8th May 1995 in Hyde Park for the 50th Anniversary of VE Day and (with cast changes!) has been delighting audiences throughout Britain ever since.

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Keep the Home Fires Burning

“Keep the Home Fires Burning” begins with the very first Royal Command Performance in 1912, and then we follow the build up to, recruiting for and duration of The Great War. Songs of the era will make you sing, smile, laugh and, of course, think of those both serving and on the home front who gave up so much. Ideal for a slot near Remembrance Day, this show is a particular favourite of the ladies and gentlemen of The Royal Hospital, the Chelsea Pensioners.

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