That'll Be The Day Production Shot

That'll Be The Day

Live at
Grand Opera House York
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Sun 14 May 2023
  Tickets available from £13.00
subject to a transaction fee of £3.80
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2 hours 55 minutes
incl. interval
Following the huge success of the 35th Anniversary Tour, That’ll Be The Day is back on the road with another incredible show packed full of world class performances from Trevor and the highly talented cast.
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Grand Opera House York

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Sun 14 May 2023
Cumberland Street, York YO1 9SW
2 hours 55 minutes incl. interval
Sun at 19:00
Age guidance 12+ Contains adult humour
For group bookings of 10 or more:

Let the UK’s leading Rock ’n‘ Roll show take you on a journey through the years, as together you celebrate the golden age of Rock ’n’ Rolland Pop from the 50s right the way through to the 80s.

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Combining hilarious comedy sketches and impersonations with brilliant vocals and superb musicianship, That’ll Be The Day really is in a league of its own. It’s no wonder this show has been touring for so many years and it just gets better and better.

Join Trevor and the exceptional cast for the ultimate feel good experience that will have you singing and dancing, and leave you wanting just a little bit more.

If you only see one theatre show this year, make it this one.

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What the critics say

Three hours of music & mayhem
- The Express
The best rock 'n' roll show on the road
- Time Out

Grand Opera House York

Cumberland Street, York YO1 9SW
York Station
The Box Office is open for 90 minutes prior to the performance commencing. See 'What's On' section for performance times
We have a range of bars throughout the venue. Enjoy a drink on every level of our theatre alongside our main foyer bar.
There is no cloakroom available at The Grand Opera House.
Enhance your theatre experience by sitting in one of our Ambassador Boxes. Relax and watch the show from your own theatre box and enjoy a mini bottle of bubbly, savoury snacks and chocolates to make your time at the theatre extra special.

Not originally intended to be a theatre, the buildings that comprise the Grand Opera House York officially opened in 1902 with Little Red Riding Hood starring Florrie Ford. Since then it has been owned by FJ Butterworth, the Shepherd of Shambles and the India Pru Co. Ltd who spent £4,000,000 restoring the theatre to its former glory in 1987.

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Watch the trailer

Grand Opera House York

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Sun 14 May 2023
Cumberland Street, York YO1 9SW
2 hours 55 minutes incl. interval
Sun at 19:00
Age guidance 12+ Contains adult humour
For group bookings of 10 or more: