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Battle of Britain -The Turning Point

Learn about the events of Battle of Britain and life in 1940 through song! Practise our catchy tunes and witty lyrics in school, then dress up and perform alongside hundreds of other children on show day. Watch a newly trained spitfire pilot and his sister, a secret radar operator, tell the story of the Battle of Britain on stage, and find out why it was a turning point in WWII. Find out more here, or book using the online booking form below!

Event Details

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When: 4th March 2024

Times: Show 1 - 11:30 - 12:30 | Show 2 - 13:45 - 14:45

Where: Cadogan Hall, SW1X 9DQ


Benjamin Pope - Conductor

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Jonathan Eio - Narrator (Charles)

Annabelle Brown - Narrator (Mary)

Tickets for Battle of Britain - The Turning Point are £5 per seat for children and accompanying adults but Pupil Premium student places are free.


Schools resources for Battle of Britain - The Turning Point include lyrics sheets, YouTube videos, audio tracks and sheet music. They can all be found on our resources page.

About the Show

Battle of Britain - The Turning Point was first performed in March 2018, with music by Richard Brown and lyrics by Fern Dickson and Sarah Harding.


Set against the backdrop of the Battle of Britain, the show brings together the thrilling stories of aerial combat from a Spitfire pilot and his sister who works as a secret radar operator. The children sing about their everyday life in Britain - digging for victory, tracking down spies, their experience in air raid shelters and meeting refugees. The climax of the story comes on 15th September 1940 when the outnumbered British forces repel the might of the Nazi airforce and Hitler decides to abandon 'Operation Sea Lion' to invade England.

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