Promac's new 2022 production will again contain many hit songs, stories, and indeed laughter that came from World War 2 and The Vietnam War, all against a backdrop of incredible images on the big screen.
With a stunning cast led by narrator Chris McKenna, star tenor Roy Best, musical theatre star Jaz Flowers, international soprano Alison Jones, and Opera Australia’s Caroline Vercore, this production will be one of the highlights of the year, performed in proximity to ANZAC Day 2022.
Many great singers who performed during the wars are highlighted in this wonderful production. Dame Vera Lynn, The Andrews Sisters, Bob Dylan, Normie Rowe, The Sapphires and many more.
Songs include White Cliffs of Dover, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, Chattanooga Choo Choo, Blowin' In The Wind, Smiley (the hit song written by Johnny Young for Normie Rowe as he went off to serve in Vietnam), and a stirring version of Bring Him Home from Les Miserables.
This production is dedicated to the 60th Anniversary of Australia’s first involvement in the Vietnam War (1962-2022).
Duration: 75 minutes
To book please purchase a ticket through our booking system. Select the 'Book now' button below or telephone our friendly box office team on 8571 1666.
This program will be delivered in person at the location listed below.
Participants will require the following
- Contact details (Name, email address, contact number) to check-in on the day
- Smartphone/smart device to scan QR Code (If you do not, there will be staff to check you in)
- Proof of vaccination (COVID-19 digital certificate) or a medical exemption will be required upon entry. Find out how you can get your COVID-19 digital certificate.
- Face masks must be carried and worn if social distancing cannot be maintained
To meet COVIDSafe requirements, please be aware some programs and events may be moved online or cancelled.
All COVIDSafe guidelines will be fully met to ensure public safety for this event. All attendees must be checked in.