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Sun 19th May at 3:00pm
@ Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
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We'll Meet Again - A 60th Anniversary Coronation Tribute: Jean Boht + Capital Voices + Graham Bickley
After the resounding success of the Jubilee concerts in 2012, Raymond Gubbay is delighted to present We'll Meet Again- A 60th Anniversary Coronation Tribute.
This celebratory concert brings together much loved music that has played such a part in all our lives over the last 60 years since the Coronation of Her Majesty The Queen.
Highlights include: We'll Meet Again, In The Mood, Sing Sing Sing, Begin The Beguine, The White Cliffs of Dover and Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree. This is followed by a traditional sing-along to favourites including Calling All Workers, Knightsbridge March, Underneath The Arches and Run Rabbit Run.
The concert incorporates a special tribute to the Queen's coronation with classic music such as There'll Always Be An England, Rule, Britannia and Land Of Hope And Glory.
We'll Meet Again is presented Jean Boht, a much loved star of TV, stage and screen. In a career spanning over 50 years,
She is joined by a live 27 piece orchestra under the baton of Gavin Sutherland, the Capital Voices choir and West End star Graham Bickley, who has previously played the lead in Les Misérables and Miss Saigon, and indeed played Jean Boht's son in Bread.
Visit www.raymondgubbay.co.uk for further information.
This event takes place at Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall, which has achieved Bronze Status for disabled access from Attitude Is Everything.
She is well-loved as Nellie Boswell in 'Bread' and has also appeard in Alan Bleasdale's 'Boys From The Black Stuff'. Her theatre credits include Alan Bennett's 'Talking Heads', 'Pride and Prejudice' and 'Steel Magnolias'.
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Disabled Access: Bronze Status
Bookings: 0115 989 5555
Disabled Bookings: 0115 989 5555
Seating Plan: View the Seating Plan
→ Nottingham 14 min walk