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See in the new year rocking to golden oldies at Stevenage’s Gordon Craig

PUBLISHED: 05:51 28 December 2015

Have a sparkling good time at the Gordon Craig Theatre

Have a sparkling good time at the Gordon Craig Theatre

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If you haven’t made plans for New Year’s Eve why not check out the That’ll Be The Day extravaganza on offer at Stevenage’s Gordon Craig theatre?

It’s the 12th year running that the golden oldie experience has featured at the Lytton Way venue at the turn of the year, and there are two sorts of ticket on offer.

You can enjoy the show for £38 a shot, but you can also upgrade to a VIP table (£59) which includes a two-course buffet meal and a glass of Bucks Fizz.

There will be Big Ben at midnight, classic hits from the 1950s through to the 1970s to get you dancing, and a disco to round off the evening.

To check on ticket availability call 01438 363200, and find out more about the show at www.gordon-craig.co.uk.

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