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It is both a book and a stage musicial , the true story of Jack and Terry and a small Cornish village during the Second World War. To find out more about the book, click here. For the musical, read on.

“’You’ll laugh loads, you’ll smile every few minutes, and you’ll cry – I did. Quite simply the best production I’ve ever seen at The Queen’s Theatre. It was brilliant.”
BBC Radio.

Based on his award-winning radio drama, Just Remember Two Things: It’s Not Fair And Don’t Be Late, this autobiographical musical describes Terence Frisby’s exhilarating experiences as an evacuee, or ‘vacky’, during WWII.

To save them from the Blitz, when Terry was just seven, he and his eleven-year-old brother, Jack, were sent from their home in South-East London to a place they had never heard of, to stay with people they had never met: in Cornwall, as it turned out.

This is a story about the fun, joy, pain and tragedy of growing up in the middle of a world war. It has a gripping narrative, memorable characters and great musical numbers. It is rich in comedy, high in emotion, and a must for audiences of all ages.

Vackies Ltd has been set up to raise the finance to stage ‘Kisses’. Find out more.

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