Join the Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch as it remembers those who fought for Britain during World War I with the uplifting show, From Tipperary to Flanders Fields on Monday 13 November at 2.30pm.
From Tipperary to Flanders Fields celebrates the stories of some of the women who became nurses, bus drivers, factory workers or entertainers during the conflict of World War I, as well as reflects on the experience for combatants and civilians. This splendid afternoon treats audiences to poetry readings, drama and classic Music Hall favourites including Pack Up Your Troubles, It’s A Long Way To Tipperary, Keep The Home Fires Burning, Abide With Me, Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty and many more.
Created by professional company Katapult Productions, this musical laughter-filled journey down memory lane will have audiences singing along from beginning to end!
From Tipperary to Flanders Fields comes to the Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch on Monday 13 November at 2.30pm. Tickets are £14, to book call the Box Office on 01708 443333, visit the theatre in person or go online at queens-theatre.co.uk.
This production is part of the theatre’s Magical Matinees series. Audiences who book 3 or more Magical Matinees can secure £10 tickets to each show. Upcoming matinees include Queen’s Theatre Magnificent Music Hall on Thu 18 January and Yours – The Dame Vera Lynn Story on Fri 2 February.