Coxhill Manor Residents were Tickled Pink!

Coxhill Manor residents were musically entertained this week when ‘Tickled Pink Productions’ brought an old time music hall show to life with a show called ‘We’ll Meet Again!’

Residents and staff alike all thoroughly enjoyed the spectacle, which was packed full of favourite sing-a-long songs and musical theatre numbers that helped win the war such as ‘We’ll keep the home fires burning’, ‘The white cliffs of Dover as we bless them all’ and ‘Wish me luck as you wave me goodbye’. As if that was not enough, there was also a fun-filled comedy storyline tying all the music together.

Tickled Pink Productions make shows that really gives their audience members the chance to get involved. They get everyone joining in with the action which makes them feel part of the show and its great interaction for the residents. A number of Coxhill Manor residents definitely took the opportunity to participate in the fun.

Sandra Stock – Head of Activities said

“It was absolutely brilliant, the best show we’ve had in my opinion.  The residents loved it, they were singing, dancing, wearing union jack hats and waving flags.  It was such a good atmosphere!  I wish I’d saved this act for a special occasion.”

Coxhill Manor

Home Manager

Alan Horler


Station Road,
GU24 8AU

0808 223 5420
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