Across the Pond:
The British Invasion, Then and Now

June 13th 2018 to June 24th 2018
HVT Production
$35 plus tax and service charge

Across the Pond: <br>The British Invasion, Then and Now

SEASON 2018 Sponsor

David Cobbett
, Investment Advisor
Jeffrey Quenneville, Investment Advisor
Richard Walsh, Investment Advisor
are pleased to sponsor this production.
Raymond James Ltd., Member – Canadian Investor Protection Fund

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Across the Pond: The British Invasion, Then and Now
Performed by Leisa Way and the Lonely Hearts Club Band
June 13-24th, 2018

From those first few bars to the final chord, the audience is simply swept away on a fabulous musical adventure.
– The Kincardine Record

After the Fab Four appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1964, North American music was never the same.  Across the Pond celebrates over 50 years of British pop and rock music, including the hits of: The Beatles, Dave Clark Five, Herman’s Hermits, Elton John, Petula Clark, Tom Jones, Queen, The Rolling Stones, Shirley Bassey, Gerry & the Pacemakers, The Animals, Dusty Springfield, Rod Stewart, Adele, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, Sting, Annie Lennox, Led Zeppelin, Joe Cocker, Lulu, and The Hollies.

Over the past eight years, Leisa Way and Way-To-Go Productions have created and produced ten successful concerts that have performed to sold-out audiences at over sixty theatres across North America.  In addition to celebrating the music of legendary artists, Across the Pond is fully scripted, telling fascinating stories, with warmth and humour, of the artists and how their songs came to be.

Way and the Lonely Hearts Club Band delivered some knock-out medleys, hit songs segueing into other hits through the skillful and memorable musical arrangements created by Way and her musical director Bruce Ley 
. . . Leisa Way possesses a powerhouse voice.
– The Morrisburg Leader

The show carries a wide variety of music, superbly performed. It’s a joy to watch.
– The Kincardine Record