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Coming up at the Memorial

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THE Memorial Theatre lineup is jam-packed with music and entertainment for spring.

Friday 7th June  7.30pm- One Night Of Queen- SOLD OUT.

Saturday 15th June 7.30pm- Frome Rotary Presents A Charity Concert Performed by Caerphilly Male Voice Choir. The Rotary Club of Frome are pleased to welcome to the Memorial Theatre, the Caerphilly Male Voice Choir. This wonderful choir was invited to perform a concert to raise funds for charity and Frome Rotary president Norman Elmer jumped at the opportunity to help both a national charity and a local good cause. 

Caerphilly Male Voice Choir was formed in 1906 amidst the industrial revolution in South Wales. There were 20 members to begin with and it then grew to support the local community at gatherings and occasions. It is now a registered charity with an aim to support charitable functions.

Musical director is Nerys Porch – music runs through Nerys’ blood. Daughter to a tenor singer and operatic society parents, Nerys was born to work in the music industry.

Cheryl Roberts, guest soloist, has been singing for as long as she can remember, winning many Eisteddfod competitions and training for Margaret Thomas (Birmingham Conservatoire) and Robert Latham. The choir is accompanied by Jane Coles. GDNSM. The concert will be raising funds for Spinal Injuries Association www.spinal.co.uk and Frome’s Josh Payne-Gover. 

Performance in the theatre, followed by an “Afterglow” in the Assembly Rooms. Free to ticket holders. Tickets £12.50

Groups of 10+ (box office booking only) £11.50.

Friday 21st & Saturday 22nd June 7.30pm- That’ll Be The Day. Back by ever-growing popular demand, get ready to party as the UK’s favourite Rock & Roll variety production returns with another brand new show.

Featuring incredible live music performances, this hugely entertaining Rock & Roll spectacular blends classic gold hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s, with bags of hilarious comedy!

Celebrating an entire era of timeless nostalgia, the production is well known for its ability to make audiences return time and time again for a new experience. Now in its 33rd year of consecutive national touring, ​That’ll Be The Day​ is living proof that Rock & Roll will never die! ‘A superb value-for-money night out for lovers of great music & fun’​ – The Express www.thatllbetheday.com

Friday 5th & Saturday 6th July 7pm and Sunday 7th July 2pm- Danceworks 2019 will be performed across 3 dates this July. Act One ​will be a performance of Peter Pan the Ballet. Act Two ​will see performances of The Greatest Showman and American Pop Idols.

Get your tickets early to see this fantastic local showcase. Tickets £10.50, Concessions £8.00.

Friday 12th June- 7.30pm- Jethro

SOLD OUT

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