That'll Be The Day, the nostalgic rock'n'roll show, is to continue its 38th year of touring this spring - and it is stopping in Basingstoke.

Founder and performer Trevor Payne is taking audiences on a journey through pop culture from the 50s to the 80s, along with an array of comedic sketches. 

Having entertained more than five million people nationwide and performing more than 200 shows a year, the performance showcases a line-up of vocalists performing rock ‘n’ roll classics.

Adding to its classic formula, the spring leg of the tour promises fresh additions alongside old favourites. 

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Basingstoke Gazette: That’ll Be The Day’s Spring edition will tour for six monthsThat’ll Be The Day’s Spring edition will tour for six months (Image: Jessie Hawkes)

That'll Be The Day has also raised money for charity, raising more than £1m through post-show bucket collections.

Beneficiaries of these efforts include Childline, Make A Wish, Help for Heroes, The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, and numerous appeals, including the Red Cross Ukraine Appeal.

Trevor said: "Hello everyone! I am thrilled to announce that our 2023 Christmas show was a tremendous success, enjoyed by record numbers all over the UK. Our upcoming spring show, which is one of the best we have produced, will hit the road in late January touring until late July. Don't miss it, you'll love it."

That'll Be The Day will be at The Anvil in Basingstoke on Wednesday, April 17.

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