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Variety Show

Music hall is a type of British theatrical entertainment that was popular from the early Victorian era, beginning around 1850. It involved a mixture of popular songs, comedy and speciality acts. Major music halls were based around London and early examples included: the Canterbury Music Hall in Lambeth, Wilton's Music Hall in Tower Hamlets, and The Middlesex in Drury Lane, otherwise known as the Old Mo.

7:30 PM Thursday

From £8

Variety Show

Re-enacting performances from Gracie Fileds, George Formby, The Andrews Sisters, Flanagan & Allen, Joyce Grenfell, The Sounds of Glenn Miller, Marie Lloyd and VE Day 75 - A Tribute.

 

Tickets: Adults £10, Concession £8

Location: The Stoke Repertory Theatre

 

7:30 PM Friday

From £8

Variety Show

Re-enacting performances from Gracie Fileds, George Formby, The Andrews Sisters, Flanagan & Allen, Joyce Grenfell, The Sounds of Glenn Miller, Marie Lloyd and VE Day 75 - A Tribute.

 

Tickets: Adults £10, Concession £8

Location: The Stoke Repertory Theatre

 

3:30 PM Matine Saturday

From £8

Variety Show - Matine

Re-enacting performances from Gracie Fileds, George Formby, The Andrews Sisters, Flanagan & Allen, Joyce Grenfell, The Sounds of Glenn Miller, Marie Lloyd and VE Day 75 - A Tribute.

 

Tickets: Adults £10, Concession £8

Location: The Stoke Repertory Theatre

 

7:30 PM Thursday

From £8

Variety Show

Re-enacting performances from Gracie Fileds, George Formby, The Andrews Sisters, Flanagan & Allen, Joyce Grenfell, The Sounds of Glenn Miller, Marie Lloyd and VE Day 75 - A Tribute.

 

Tickets: Adults £10, Concession £8

Location: The Stoke Repertory Theatre

 

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