The Knaresborough Players and Frazer Theatre are proud to present their first production since the Covid shutdown, “Jubilee Jukebox”! The all-singing all-dancing show will take audiences on a journey through seventy years of music from The Queen’s reign, with something for audience members of all ages.
From ABBA to Amy Winehouse, The Beatles to Walk the Moon, members of The Players will guide you decade by decade between a plethora of classic tunes. The Production team of Helen Mills, Stuart Hutchinson, Viv Hall, David Crosthwaite and John Pearce have come together to craft a show full of feel-good nostalgia that you won’t want to miss!
Jubilee Jukebox will be performed over two consecutive weekends, on the 5th & 6th and 12th & 13th of August, all at 7.30pm. Tickets for the first weekend are available from www.frazertheatre.co.uk while the second weekend is available from www.feva.info, as part of the FEVA Festival.
Knaresborough Players Vice-Chairman John Pearce said:
The last production for the Knaresborough Players was our January 2020 pantomime Cinderella, so incredibly it’s been two and a half years since our members trod the boards. Audiences have been back at The Frazer Theatre for several months now, enjoying our music and comedy shows, but it’s high time that The Knaresborough Players, the beating heart of our society, were back in action!
Putting this show together has been tremendous fun and we hope that this shows in the final production. Our audiences will be treated to a great combination of solos, dance numbers, tight vocal groups and all-company production numbers, taking a breakneck trip across seven decades of popular music. As a member of the performing company I can tell you that the cast cannot wait to present this show for our audiences and if you have half as much fun watching it as we will on stage you’re in for a fantastic evening of entertainment!