There will be many special celebrations this year for Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee, but few will appeal to our senior citizens more than the smash hit patriotic matinee show, Happy & Glorious.
From Neil Sands Productions; who for over the past 16 years have been delighting audiences with their spectacular trips back down memory lane earning themselves the title of “The Masters of Matinee Nostalgia”.
Produced especially too celebrate this regal occasion Happy & Glorious will be appearing at The Lights on Wednesday, 20 April at 2pm.
This unforgettable afternoon of patriotic nostalgia is filled with over 60 all-time favourite songs many from the stars of Her Majesty’s Royal Command performances. Travel back to the rocking 1950’s and the swinging 1960’s, enjoy ever popular show tunes and sing along to a Pearly King & Queen old time knees up. Add to that a rousing selection from Last Night of The Proms, and a flag waving finale in a tribute to the veterans of the armed forces, singing the songs that won the war.
Joining Neil for this incredibly special afternoon of music and memories are two amazingly talented young ladies with outstanding voices. Both Babette Smith and Sophie Pinsent have graced many West End stages. With backing from the very talented Golden Times, this really is an afternoon of nostalgic bliss, filled with over 50 spectacular costumes and packed with songs guaranteed to having you singing along from start to finish.
With a patriotic stage set, enough bunting, and flags to host a street party, and a unique atmosphere that will have you singing along from start to finish. This is truly an afternoon to celebrate our nation’s music and heritage with pride and passion.
After having spent so long under Covid restrictions it will be a relief to finally go out and enjoy live entertainment again with your spirits being lifted as we all join together to celebrate such a regal and historical occasion.
HAPPY & GLORIOUS Appearing at The Lights, Andover on Wednesday, 20 April at 2pm. Tickets are limited so don’t delay!