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That’ll Be The Day, featuring music from the 1950s to 1980s, returns to Newark Palace Theatre





Long-running nostalgia show That’ll Be The Day has been combining music and comedy for almost 40 years and is still going strong.

That’ll Be The Day returns to Newark’s Palace Theatre on Wednesday night (May 8) as part of its spring tour.

Now in its 38th year on the road, the show’s founder and performer Trevor Payne continues to grace stages all around the country with his fan-favourite show that celebrates pop culture from the Fifties to the Eighties.

Long-running nostalgia show That'll Be The Day is returning to Newark's Palace Theatre.
Long-running nostalgia show That'll Be The Day is returning to Newark's Palace Theatre.

Performing to more than five million people nationwide and playing over 200 performances yearly, this widely celebrated show has a line-up of some of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll classics of all time, performed by an ensemble of first-class vocalists.

But That’ll Be The Day isn’t just a concert – it also features a laugh-out-loud selection of comedy sketches.

Trevor Payne said the spring show was one of the best they have produced.

It will maintain its time-tested formula that contributes to its promise of a delightful and nostalgic evening, with old favourites as well as exciting new additions.



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