Set in the summer of 1969, Victoria Wood's uplifting musical That Day We Sang is a Mancunian love story with sparkling dialogue and imaginative staging, featuring a children's choir and the Halle Orchestra.
Held at the Royal Exchange in St Ann's square, it's easy-access for even the most novice of Manchester tourists.
Feel-good theatre always gets my vote, and Wood's production has feel-good woven to it's very core. THAT DAY WE SANG is a big-hearted and nostalgic Manchester love story for all the family, written by Victoria Wood, one of the country's most distinctive and well-loved comedic voices
It's the type of show my Mother would love; she's a fan of Wood and loves her comedy. Wood's no-nonsense, colloquial approach to humour has made her a hit ten times over.
Catch her re-worked play, which is a testament to the true meaning of the word.