Love is in the air on Valentine’s Day in RotherhamPublished Monday, 1st February 2016
For a truly romantic treat, Rotherham residents can bring along a special someone for a Valentine’s Day show at Rotherham Civic Theatre.
Favourite jukebox songs - perfect for a love-filled evening - will featire in ‘Under the Moon of Love’, on Sunday 14 February.
This memorable production will be packed with nostalgia of all those much-loved hits and includes some of the greatest music ever produced. Past Masters present the very best romantic songs, as well as the smash hits from the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s.
Journey back in time with live performances from six guys who were doing it back in the 1950s and who worked alongside great acts such as: Gene Pitney, The Everly Brothers, Neil Sedaka, Joe Cocker, David Bowie, Del Shannon, Dave Berry, The Shadows and The Crickets - the list is endless.
The romantic evening can be given an extra fizz with pre-theatre drinks at the main bar. Enjoy a bottle of Prosecco before the start of the performance, or if you prefer the Prosecco can be chilled during the first act, so that it’s ready to enjoy during the interval.
Cllr Taiba Yasseen, Rotherham Council’s Advisory Cabinet Member with responsibility for Neighbourhoods and Cultural Services said that Rotherham Civic Theatre is the perfect place to celebrate Valentine’s Day with someone special.
“The people of Rotherham can make their Valentine’s Day a romantic affair with the unique sights and sounds of some of the best hits from the 1950s through to the 1980s. It promises to be an evening filled with lots of memorable music and nostalgia and will have audiences dancing along to all the hit songs.
“The venue of Rotherham Civic Theatre is a lovely intimate setting and it has recently added new seats into the auditorium to make sure you have an even more enjoyable and comfortable experience. A visit to ‘Under the Moon of Love’ is an ideal way to put some extra sparkle into your special Valentine’s Day celebration.”
The ‘Under the Moon of Love’ show takes place on Sunday 14 February, 7.30 pm at Rotherham Civic Theatre. Tickets cost £17, and can be booked safely, quickly and conveniently online.