Following a successful autumn tour, acclaimed production, That’ll Be The Day, is set to present its Christmas show, promising audiences a journey through the golden era of rock 'n' roll.

The show will be stopping at the Memorial Theatre in Frome tonight (December 2).

The festive edition of the iconic touring show, founded by Trevor Payne, delivers a celebration of pop culture from the 50s to the 80s.

Mr Payne said: "Our aim with the That’ll Be The Day Christmas show is always to lift spirits and leave our audiences firmly in the mood for the festive season.

"We’re excited to take this new edition of the show on the road and visit so many fantastic venues across the country - the whole team works hard to deliver the highest possible quality production and keep everything fresh for our wonderful audiences who return year after year.

"Christmas starts right here!"

In addition to a line-up of rock 'n' roll classics played by talented vocalists, audiences can savour a selection of comedy sketches.

The programme also includes the nation's favourite Christmas hits, promising a perennially loved show infused with holiday charm sure to provoke festive cheer.

That'll Be The Day was first performed in 1988 and since then, has entertained more than five million audience members with more than 200 performances annually.

Beyond entertainment, the show is dedicated to charitable efforts, raising more than £1 million through post-show collections for charities like Childline, Make A Wish, Help for Heroes, Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, and more.

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