Back By Popular Demand – The World War 1 Show makes a second appearance in Uppermill!
Uppermill Stage Society will be performing their World War 1 Show, “Keep the Home Fires Burning”, again on July 18th and 19th at Ebenezer Church, School Street, Uppermill.
Written by Lindsey and Paul Bradbury, both of whom have acted in many of the Society’s plays, the musical show tells the story of World War 1 from the point of view of the soldiers at the Front and the women at home, and is presented through popular songs of the time as well as actual poems and letters. The show is performed by members and friends of the Society.
Sandie Beswick, Chair of the Society said: “We were overwhelmed by the impact that the show had on our audiences, and many people who were unable to come along at the time have asked if we could repeat it, so we are happy to oblige. In fact, the show has proved such a success that there is a possibility we will be taking it ‘on tour’ later in the year!”
Tickets are available at Turners Dry Cleaners, New Street, Uppermill and are priced at £6.00.