Win tickets to see The Good Old Days at the Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage

 

This exciting new show The Good Old Days recreating the famous BBC T.V Show which ran for 50 years will be on stage at the Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage on Wednesday 27th August with special guest star Lionel Blair. 

To win a pair of tickets to the show and a chance to meet Lionel Blair after the show all you have to do is answer the following question:- 

Where was The Good Old Days T.V show filmed?   

Send your answer together with your name, address and daytime phone number to:   thesticks9@gmail.com Closing date: Noon Monday 25th August

The prize will go to the first correct entry drawn on Monday 25th August. There is no cash alternative. Usual publication rules apply; the Editor's decision is final.

  Win 2 tickets to see Bugle Boy at Alban Arena St Albans on   Wednesday September 10

 

The Critically Acclaimed Hit New Musical ‘BUGLE BOY’ exploring the life and work of legendary band leader Glenn Miller is set to tour the country again after its highly successful 2011; 2012 & 2013 UK Tours; including a full house standing ovation in the West End Garrick Theatre receiving terrific reviews from both critics and audiences alike and hailed a Triumph.

What happened to Glenn Miller remains as much a mystery today as when the Iconic American band-leader went missing at the end of World War 2. It ranks alongside other unsolved mysteries such as who really was William Shakespeare  and what really happened to Lord Lucan?

'BUGLE  BOY' by English Award Winning Playwright Den Stevenson; traces the life of legendary music Icon Glenn Miller from leaving college to play in various bands including his own as he searches tirelessly for over twenty years, with the constant support and love of his wife Helen, for a unique band sound.

When he eventually succeeds in his quest; he and his family only enjoy the fruits of fame for three short years. When America joined the Second World War after the bombing of Pearl Harbour; he joins the Army, forms the subsequently famed A.E.F Band and flies to Europe to play to the Armed Forces; then goes missing in mysterious circumstances.

Den Stevenson became obsessed with making a musical about the great band leader whilst being Booker for Glenn's younger brother Herb Miller and his Orchestra; honing his unique concept on English soil before presenting the Show in America - firstly in Virginia and then on Broadway 

'BUGLE BOY' features all of Glenn Miller's famous and instantly recognisable tunes including amongst others Little Brown Jug; Moonlight Serenade; Pennsylvania 6-5000; Chattanooga Choo Choo; Kalamazoo; American Patrol and many others - which has seen this not to be missed Critically Acclaimed Show play to packed audiences and standing ovations across the Country putting everyone who sees it... In The Mood shouting for more!

The first correct entry drawn in our exclusive competition will win a pair of tickets to the show. To enter please answer this simple question:

The musical is called Bugle Boy but Glenn Miller did not play the Bugle what instrument is he famous for playing ?

Send your answer together with your name, address and daytime phone number to:   thesticks9@gmail.com Closing date: Noon Thursday 4th September

The prize will go to the first correct entry drawn on Thursday 4th September. There is no cash alternative. Usual publication rules apply; the Editor's decision is final. 

 

www.thebugleboy.info

 

Alban Arena St Albans -  Wednesday September 10

Box Office 01727 844488 

  Win 2 tickets to see Bugle Boy at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre (ATG Theatre) on  Saturday September 27

 

The Critically Acclaimed Hit New Musical ‘BUGLE BOY’ exploring the life and work of legendary band leader Glenn Miller is set to tour the country again after its highly successful 2011; 2012 & 2013 UK Tours; including a full house standing ovation in the West End Garrick Theatre receiving terrific reviews from both critics and audiences alike and hailed a Triumph.

What happened to Glenn Miller remains as much a mystery today as when the Iconic American band-leader went missing at the end of World War 2. It ranks alongside other unsolved mysteries such as  what really happened to Lord Lucan?

'BUGLE  BOY' by English Award Winning Playwright Den Stevenson; traces the life of legendary music Icon Glenn Miller from leaving college to play in various bands including his own as he searches tirelessly for over twenty years, with the constant support and love of his wife Helen, for a unique band sound.

When he eventually succeeds in his quest; he and his family only enjoy the fruits of fame for three short years. When America joined the Second World War after the bombing of Pearl Harbour; he joins the Army, forms the subsequently famed A.E.F Band and flies to Europe to play to the Armed Forces; then goes missing in mysterious circumstances.

Den Stevenson became obsessed with making a musical about the great band leader whilst being Booker for Glenn's younger brother Herb Miller and his Orchestra; honing his unique concept on English soil before presenting the Show in America - firstly in Virginia and then on Broadway 

'BUGLE BOY' features all of Glenn Millers famous and instantly recognisable tunes including amongst others Little Brown Jug; Moonlight Serenade; Pennsylvania 6-5000; Chattanooga Choo Choo; Kalamazoo; American Patrol and many others - which has seen this not to be missed Critically Acclaimed Show play to packed audiences and standing ovations across the Country putting everyone who sees it... In The Mood shouting for more!

The first correct entry drawn in our exclusive competition will win a pair of tickets to the show. To enter please answer this simple question:

The musical is called Bugle Boy but Glenn Miller did not play the Bugle what instrument is he famous for playing ?

Send your answer together with your name, address and daytime phone number to:   thesticks9@gmail.com Closing date: Noon Wednesday 24th September

The prize will go to the first correct entry drawn on Wednesday 24th September. There is no cash alternative. Usual publication rules apply; the Editor's decision is final.

 

www.thebugleboy.info

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre (ATG Theatre) -  Saturday September 27

Box Office 08448 717607 

  Win 2 tickets to see Bugle Boy at Corn Exchange Bedford on Sunday November 9

 

 

The Critically Acclaimed Hit New Musical ‘BUGLE BOY’ exploring the life and work of legendary band leader Glenn Miller is set to tour the country again after its highly successful 2011; 2012 & 2013 UK Tours; including a full house standing ovation in the West End Garrick Theatre receiving terrific reviews from both critics and audiences alike and hailed a Triumph.

What happened to Glenn Miller remains as much a mystery today as when the Iconic American band-leader went missing at the end of World War 2. It ranks alongside other unsolved mysteries such as  what really happened to Lord Lucan?

'BUGLE  BOY' by English Award Winning Playwright Den Stevenson; traces the life of legendary music Icon Glenn Miller from leaving college to play in various bands including his own as he searches tirelessly for over twenty years, with the constant support and love of his wife Helen, for a unique band sound.

When he eventually succeeds in his quest; he and his family only enjoy the fruits of fame for three short years. When America joined the Second World War after the bombing of Pearl Harbour; he joins the Army, forms the subsequently famed A.E.F Band and flies to Europe to play to the Armed Forces; then goes missing in mysterious circumstances.

Den Stevenson became obsessed with making a musical about the great band leader whilst being Booker for Glenn's younger brother Herb Miller and his Orchestra; honing his unique concept on English soil before presenting the Show in America - firstly in Virginia and then on Broadway 

'BUGLE BOY' features all of Glenn Miller's famous and instantly recognisable tunes including amongst others Little Brown Jug; Moonlight Serenade; Pennsylvania 6-5000; Chattanooga Choo Choo; Kalamazoo; American Patrol and many others - which has seen this not to be missed Critically Acclaimed Show play to packed audiences and standing ovations across the Country putting everyone who sees it... In The Mood shouting for more!

The first correct entry drawn in our exclusive competition will win a pair of tickets to the show. To enter please answer this simple question:

The musical is called Bugle Boy but Glenn Miller did not play the Bugle what instrument is he famous for playing ?

Send your answer together with your name, address and daytime phone number to:   thesticks9@gmail.com Closing date: Noon Wednesday 5th November

The prize will go to the first correct entry drawn on Wednesday 5th November. There is no cash alternative. Usual publication rules apply; the Editor's decision is final.

 

www.thebugleboy.info

Corn Exchange Bedford -  Sunday November 9

Box Office 01234 718112