Fly the flag and follow a family through war

The performance promises to be full of laughter.
The performance promises to be full of laughter.

The stage is set for opening night of Morley Amateur Operatic Society’s story of war tonight and the group is hoping the audience will help fly the flag for the Royal British Legion.

The production of When the Lights Go On Again will be told at Morley Town Hall, starting tonight at 7.15pm, telling the story of the Parker family throughout the war.

And it there will be a real feel of the Last Night at the Proms, with flags available to be waved throughout the performance, which have been donated by the Royal British Legion, for a small donation.

Steven Holt, who will play the part of Fred Parker in the show, said: “There are still plenty of tickets left for all performances.

“We have a great cast and they are really looking forward to show week. It really is a humbling experience taking part in the show and seeing what the Morley and British families had to endure during the war years.”

The audience are invited to sing along with the well known songs in the show.

The show starts tonight until to Sunday October 4.

Tickets, £11 or £9 concessions, can be ordered by calling 07960766334 or you can pay on the door.