Voices Across Time are BACK this year with their sell-out 2016 show, ‘I’ll be Home for Christmas’.
‘I’ll be Home for Christmas’ tells a story of hope, heartache, determination, excitement, love and faith to welcome in Christmas with a sing-a-long show that embraces all the timeless classics from this era such as Vera Lynn’s ‘We’ll Meet Again’, ‘The White Cliffs of Dover’ and the Andrews Sisters’ ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy’ that have brought meaning and comfort to millions over the years.
The shows will be raising money for Katharine House Hospice, Kenyan Kids and St Mary’s Church, Banbury.
“17th December 1942: It is the evening of the school nativity and many excited children eagerly await their chance to perform. However, the nativity has not even begun when the sound of air raid sirens causes everyone to flee to the community air raid shelter to escape from the threat of bombing. As fear and frustration grip many of the community members and threatens to destroy all Christmas spirit, they discover that through music they have a way to restore their morale. As they begin to share their dreams and excitements with each other through song and dance, they realise they may even be able to truly celebrate Christmas by devising a way that the children can finally perform their nativity play!”
Tickets are £10 and include mince pies. Tickets can be reserved by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 07532 446665. There will be food and drink available at the performance. Please follow ‘Voices Across Time’ on Facebook and @voicesatime on Twitter.