Jayne Darling will be appearing in the Courtyard at the Abbey Theatre, Nuneaton
Sunday June 12th 2022
More information to follow
Jayne Darling will be appearing at the Farmland Museum, Waterbeach on 29 / 30 August 2021 as part of their World War 2 Reeenactment weekend.
10 am until 4 pm both days
Join us at the Farmland Museum for our World War II event weekend on Sunday 29th and Monday 30th August.
Experience life in the Second World War by weighing out rations in the shop, taking in our displays and watching our re-enactors.
With live wartime music throughout the day, it really will be a fun weekend out for all the family!
https://www.dennyfarmlandmuseum.org.uk/events/event/world-war-ii-re-enactment-weekendDon’t forget to visit our café for lunch or tea and cake while you’re here.
**Please note, this is a SPECIAL EVENT. Normal admission rates apply, but Annual Passes are not valid and will not be issued. English Heritage members will be charged a reduced entry fee of £3.50 adult, £2.50 child, in line with the terms and conditions of their membership: https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/denny-abbey-and-the-farmland-museum/prices-and-opening-times**
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I am thrilled to be back at Woodhall Spa 1940s weekend which takes place July 12th – 14th at Woodhall Spa.
My schedule for the event is as follows:
Friday 12th July 10 am – Welcome Club
Friday 12th July – Evening – Dance with Major Swing and Kitty – SOLD OUT
Saturday 13th July 11 am – 1 pm – The Cottage Museum
Saturday 13th July 2 pm – 4.30 pm – Care Home Tour
Saturday 13th July – Evening – Dance with Major Swing and Kitty – SOLD OUT
Sunday 14th July – 11 am , 12.30 pm and 2.45 pm – The Petwood Hotel
11 am – 9 pm
Armed Forces and Community Day Marshalls Sports Ground, Middlefield Lane, Gainsborough, DN21 1UU | 07985597151
Jayne Darling will be performing 8 – 9 pm
During the day there will be:
* Free Children’s Activities
* Fair rides and games
* Information and craft stalls
* Displays and reenactments
The event is free to attend, between 11 & 5pm we will have stalls, entertainment, free bouncy castles and climbing wall, war re-enactments, crafts, 3pm act of remembrance, military vehicles and more. 5-9 will be stage entertainment and catering with a bring a blanket/chairs party in the park type atmosphere.
A little late doing this post – have been so busy!
Woodhall Spa 1940s weekend in Lincolnshire was as busy as usual. The organisers estimate they had 45,000 visitors over the weekend – which is amazing.
On the Saturday I was performing outside the Book Fayre on the Broadway where we had a really good crown some familiar faces included Gary and Dave (the photographers), Pete Hibbard and Grahame Barrass. Following this in the afternoon we skipped across to the Inn for the evening set.
Here we were to do 2 sets of 45 minutes up to 8 pm at which point Steve Green and Damaris Jean were to continue with the evening. There were some familiar faces in the crowd from last year and plenty of dancers around.
This year we made the decision to stay over night as our friend Helen had found a great little B & B just outside of Tattersall – we even managed to fit Jim Purdey in the car!
Sunday was another lovely day and we joined Amanda, Steve and Lucy from the 40s Homefront on the bandstand in the park. I would have loved to have caught up with my fellow tall singer Paula Marie AKA The Vintage Vocalist but it’s impossible to get around.
Lots of highlights from the weekend but as always the flyover makes this event extra special.
See you next year folks!
I was honoured to be asked back to Operation Neptune in Belgium having first performed there 2 years ago. This small but perfectly formed event is one of our favourites; jam packed full of living history and some of the nicest people you would ever want to meet!
A few people had been telling me about the event at Thorne and how much they enjoyed it so a few weeks ago I dropped a call into the organiser to introduce myself with a view to the 2018 event only to be called back a couple of hours later to see if I was available for Sunday 14th May. As some of my closest ‘entertainer’ friends were also there and it being fairly local I jumped at the chance to get involved. (more…)
Well at least it didn’t rain! For the 3rd year in a row I had the honour of performing at the Nottingham 1940s Knees-Up on the band stand at Nottingham Castle alongside the wonderful Kalamazoo Dance Band. The 1940s Knees-up is organised by Nottingham City Council and has been part of their events calendar for well over 10 years.