WIN! Tickets to Glad All Over 60s spectacle

Glad All Over! will bring the swinging sixties back to life
Glad All Over! will bring the swinging sixties back to life

Gainsborough will be swinging to the sounds of the sixties next week as a retro show sweeps into town.

Doggett and Ephgrave, in association with Rob Maskell, present Glad All Over!: A Sixties Celebration.

This brand new sixties musical extravaganza is coming to Trinity Arts Centre in Gainsborough on Saturday 19th November, and the Standard has a pair of tickets to give away.

Those attending will be whisked away on a two-hour magical mystery tour of the sounds which defined a generation, covering everything from the Beach Boys to the Beatles, from Donovan to Dusty.

Glad All Over! features a high-octane mix of rock, pop, soul and Motown classics, performed by a cast of seven multi-talented actors and musicians.

The cast’s combined West End and touring credits include Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story, Dreamboats and Petticoats and Only The Lonely: The Roy Orbison Story.

The show authentically captures the youthful, vibrant energy of a 1960s gigging band, with strong attention to both musical and visual detail.

So if you’re stuck for something to do on Saturday 19th, why not dig out that old pair of winklepickers, slip into that mini-skirt and pop down to the Trinity Arts Centre for a sixties party to remember?

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets, simply answer the following question.

Who sang the 60s hit song Oh, Pretty Woman?

Mark your answer ‘Glad All Over competition’ and email your entry to or send it by post to The Gainsborough Standard, 5-7 Market Place, Gainsborough DN21 2BP.

The closing date for entries is Wednesday 16th November and winners will be contacted by telephone, so do not forget to include a daytime contact number with your answer.

Normal Standard competition rules apply.

Glad All Over: A Sixties Celebration will be performed on Saturday 19th November at 7.30pm at Trinity Arts Centre, Trinity Street, Gainsborough.

Tickets for the show are £12.50 (£10.00 concessions) and are available from the Box Office by calling 01427 676655, or via

For more information about the show, visit