TWO shows which promise to bring the past to life are heading to Tamworth Assembly Rooms this month.
Fans of the music hall and variety shows will be in their element on Sunday September 15 when impresario and music hall expert Duggie Chapman presents Thanks For the Memory - Music Hall to Variety. The show, which has been a huge hit at Blackpool's Grand Theatre, is a fascinating history of the 1930s and 40s music hall and variety tradition.
Duggie Chapman is a wellknown authority on music hall, and is set to enthral the audience with his illustrated presentation featuring more than 30 film clips of the stars of the 1930s and 40s.
Tickets cost Pounds 8. The show starts at 2pm.
Meanwhile, if you can remember the days when songs had words you could sing along to, you never had to lock your doors and it took five minutes for the telly to warm up, then Memories Are Made of This is the show for you. This, one of the biggest nostalgia shows in the UK, is coming to Tamworth Assembly Rooms for a matinee performance on Thursday September 19.
The cast of West End performers will treat the audience to musical memories from the 1940s all the way through to the 1970s, complete with fabulous and choreography.
Tickets are Pounds 13 and Pounds 11 and the show starts at 2.30, visit www.tamworthassemblyrooms.co.uk
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