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STAMFORD SALUTES THE 1940s

A great variety show – Salute to the 1940s – takes to the stage at the Stamford Corn Exchange on Remembrance Sunday, November 8.

The show’s been touring for 6 years and appeared in Stamford 2 years ago.

Salute-1940-flyerThe show is a 1940’s variety show featuring tributes to many of the stars who performed during WW2 including George Formby, Gracie Fields and Vera Lynn, as well as the Andrews Sisters and G.I Frank Sinatra.

The theatre will be decked out in posters, bunting and webbing to recreate a 1940’s feel.

Lorrie Brown, who portrays Vera Lynn was voted the UK No.1 Vera Lynn tribute by the Agents Association of GB in 2013 and when Dame Vera heard about her award she wrote to Lorrie and asked if she would like to meet her at her home to congratulate her!

The show also pays tribute to the artistes who performed the Music Halls during WW1 including Harry Lauder and Marie Lloyd.

Get your tickets now from the Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre box office or call 01780 766455.

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