Review: That’ll Be The Day at Ferneham Hall, Fareham

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Ferneham Hall is sold out. There’s dancing in the aisles. Foot-tapping, hand clapping and an audience singing along.

It can only mean That’ll Be The Day is back in town.

This rock‘n’roll extravaganza is a whirlwind tour through the charts since the 50s, jam-packed with undeniable talent.

The show featured hits from Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton, Cliff Richard, The Beatles and many, many more.

After nearly 30 years and more than 4,500 shows, this production has gathered a firm fan base and it is easy to see why.

With impersonations, comedy sketches and dazzling costumes, this show really is like no other.

It almost seems cruel to single out individuals for praise as all of the cast were simply sensational. The vocal highlight of the evening came from Nikki Renee Hechavarria with a spine-tingling rendition of Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me by Gladys Knight.

Clive Fishlock also impressed with his versatility throughout, playing almost every musical instrument imaginable!

Trevor Payne and Gary Anderson were as funny as ever portraying the likes of Batman and Robin and the Wurzels!

The team return in October with their 30th anniversary show which promises to be a smash hit.