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That’ll Be the Day and Monty Don join Hull 2017 celebrations

PUBLISHED: 00:00 21 April 2017

That'll Be the Day

That'll Be the Day

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Save the date for two popular events later in the Hull UK City of Culture year

Let the good times roll

A brand new version of That’ll Be the Day returns to Hull City Hall in October. This show has been touring for three decades, a feat in itself, and is rated by many as the UK’s number one rock ‘n’ roll variety production. The show is highly acclaimed for its stunning live entertainment value and is described as an outstanding celebration for all true fans of the golden era of popular music.

This latest production features a new line-up of smash hits songs from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and 1980s guaranteed to stir those dancehall memories, all performed live on stage.

Originally established on the cabaret circuit in the late 1980s, That’ll Be the Day began playing regional theatres in the early 1990s. Now it performs more than 200 shows a year to capacity audiences across the UK.

Trevor Payne, who first created the show back in 1986, still directs, produces and stars in the production today. He spends at least six months planning and preparing each new show every year to create an unforgettable night of nostalgia, laughs and rock ‘n’ roll.

Tickets for That’ll Be the Day at Hull City Hall on Tuesday, October 24th are from £23.50 and are on sale now.

Book tickets at the Hull City Hall box office or call 01482 300306 or visit hulltheatres.co.uk to book online

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An evening with celebrated gardener Monty Don

gardening writer, BBC television presenter and probably the nation’s favourite and most respected gardener, Monty Don is coming to Hull in November.

Hear him speak about his life and travels visiting gardens all over the world and what really happens behind the scenes when filming.

Monty will also talk about how he made his own organic garden from a bare field and how understanding and working with nature enriches and empowers us all, at the show on Monday, November 6th.

His TV credits include Gardeners’ World, The RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Big Dreams, Small Spaces, Real Gardens, Lost Gardens, Fork to Fork, Growing out of Trouble, Around The World In 80 Gardens. His latest book Nigel My family and other dogs is out in paperback now.

Tickets for Monty Don Down to Earth at Hull City Hall on Monday, November 6th at 7.30pm are £20 and on sale now. Book tickets at the Hull City Hall box office, call 01482 00306 or visit hulltheatres.co.uk to book online

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