D-Day plus 75 & the Roaring Forties, is a concert on Sunday, November 3 at 3pm to celebrate D-Day, June 6, 1944, and to remember the brave men and women of the allied forces who, on that day in history, made the ultimate sacrifice that we may enjoy ‘peace in our time’.
So, who better to help us celebrate and remember than the D-Day Darlings, Britain’s Got Talent Finalists 2018, and currently riding high in the music charts with their CD, “I’ll Remember You”. They will be supported in the first half by the Hyde Band who have a reputation for delivering Glenn Miller music dressed in American GI uniforms and in the style of a 1940s big band – they will be enhanced by the 40s dance troupe “Braces and Lace”.
Everyone is invited to embrace the 40s theme by dressing in the fashion and hair styles of the period.
Salisbury Royal British Legion Band opens the second half with music to remind us of the role played by the RBL since its inception in May, 1921, to provide support for our ex-servicemen and women of the combined Armed Forces.
The show will conclude with a Service of Remembrance, Last Post & Reveille and the singing of Land of Hope and Glory.
Book early for the 20th Remembrance Concert of its kind in the Salisbury City Hall and do not miss this special annual event which has become increasingly popular.
All proceeds to the RBL “Poppy Appeal”
Call 01722 434434 or visit cityhallsalisbury.co.uk