Just the Ticket
There’s no business like show business and each week we’re going to put one lucky listener in the spotlight by giving away a pair of tickets to a production at one of Worthing’s wonderful theatres.
The home of the very best shows on the touring circuit, and with something to suit all ages and theatrical tastebuds, at Worthing Theatres you can be assured of star treatment.
All you need to do is register your details below and then a winner will be drawn every Thursday. If your name is drawn then you’ll win the tickets for this weeks chosen show (shown below).
To find out more about what’s on at Worthing Theatres visit www.worthingtheatres.co.uk
This Week's Show is...
That’ll Be the Day Christmas Show
Assembly Hall, Stoke Abbott Road, Worthing. BN11 1HQ
Friday December 27-7.30pm- £23.50
Box offices: at the Connaught and Pavilion Theatres, 01903 206 206, www.worthingtheatres.co.uk
A giant beanstalk and X Factor spoof create festive fun with That’ll Be the Day.
This year the That’ll be the Day Christmas Show at the Assembly Hall in Worthing on December 27 includes new additions such as a 16ft inflatable beanstalk and X Factor style interaction alongside the show’s traditional blend of pop classics and comedy spoofs.
The 11-strong cast is led by the show’s co-founders Trevor Payne and Gary Anderson. The show takes inspiration from Phil Spector’s Christmas Album and includes a medley of songs such as Frosty the Snowman, I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus and White Christmas. There is also a collection of The Beatles’ Christmas number one hits, I Want to Hold Your Hand, I Feel Fine, We can Work It Out and Hello, Goodbye.
Alongsidethe nostalgic celebration of Christmas hits from throughout the 50s, 60s and 70s, That’ll be the Day Christmas Show includes their own comical pantomime version of Jack and the Beanstalk as well as an X Factor spoof complete with contestants, performers, voting and audience participation.
Long-standing fans of That’ll be the Day can also look forward to Trevor’s popular Mick Jagger impersonations and Gary’s attempts at singing Pretty Woman.
That’ll be the Day creator, director and performer Trevor Payne says: “We encourage anyone to dress up as they would for a Christmas party, some even come in fancy dress – it’s just a lot of fun.”