Pete Wayre’s Wartime ShowPete Wayre's Wartime Show

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About Pete Wayre’s Wartime Show
This show encapsulates the very best of the 1940s World War II Era. Pete takes on a role in full British Army No2 Dress uniform to bring you the greatest in 1940s classics and  sing-a-long tunes. Pete will take you on a musical journey back in time, covering songs by war time artistes such as George Formby, Vera Lynn, and many other well loved inspirational wartime singers.Pete’s wartime  shows run for one  hour and is mainly made up of toe tapping medleys and songs that include:

*Bless Em All *Hang The Washing On The Siegfried Line *Kiss Me Good Night Sergeant Major *It’s a Long Way To Tipperary *We’ll Meet Again *White Cliffs Of Dover *Knees up mother brown *Where did you get that hat *Pack Up Your Troubles *I’m Looking over a Four Leaf Clover *Any Old Iron *My Old Man’s a Dustman *Leaning On A Lamp Post *When I’m Cleaning Windows *Roll out the barrel *There’s a tavern in town

Pete brings a unique take to the 1940’s show over other performers of them because of a certain aspect. He is male! Most people performing wartime shows are female, so he fills a gap in the market making him something a little bit different from the rest! Coupled with his young and fresh charismatic look, the ladies love a man in uniform too you know, no matter their age! ;o)

With his quality vocal prowess, and powerful voice, this is definitely not a show to be missed! There’s a distinct attention to detail in this show and is immense! The tracks are of the highest quality, the uniform insignia is spot on and  also the uniform it’s self is genuine Military issue.

Pete is an avid supporter of Help For Heroes and is travelling to destinations such as Germany to perform for the troops in British Army Barracks.

 

Testimonials
“Absolutely spot on, slick and professional and so much fun.” – Ben Phillips  

 

Ding Says
“Please book early to avoid disappointment when booking wartime shows on dates such as St George’s day and  the Battle of Britain. Also ask about venue decoration and theming.”