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Worlds. The finale remains a closely guarded secret but is guaranteed to be of explosive proportions!
The racecourse is also providing a huge fun fair and wide variety of food stalls.
Stuart Dorn, Executive Director at Royal Windsor, said: “We are thrilled to be hosting this fireworks show at the racecourse.
“Liam Neeson’s voice is very recognisable and works amazingly well for narrating War of the Worlds.
“Along with all of the alien themed props it will be a show to remember, I’m sure.”
Jon Culverhouse, Managing Director at Fantastic Fireworks, adds: “Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds is an unforgettable musical experience and we are grateful to Jeff for letting us realise his epic in fireworks.
“We are celebrating our 30th birthday this year at Fantastic Fireworks and what better way to party than with this amazing show and the voice of Liam Neeson!
“We’re delighted to be back at Royal Windsor Racecourse again this year and are sure people will enjoy the whole event.”
Full details about the event and tickets can be found at http://www. windsor-racecourse.co.uk/whats-on/ event/war-of-the-worlds-fireworks or by calling on 01753 498400.
BRIAN Capron and Liza Goddard join forces for a new musical comedy based on the StudioCanal Peter Sellers/Margaret Rutherford film The Smallest Show on Earth.
The stage show, which has a book by Thom Southerland and Paul Alexander, contains some of Irving Berlin's greatest songs, including Blue Skies, Shakin' the Blues Away, Let Yourself Go, Steppin' Out with my Baby and How Deep is the Ocean, as well as some rediscovered gems.
The UK tour of The Smallest Show on Earth heads to Wycombe Swan from Monday October 19 to Saturday October 24.
Newly-weds Matt and Jean Spenser inherit a cinema and think their fortune is made. But the Bijou, better known as the fleapit, is the