Thunderbirds Thursday: Stand By for Action 2 Concert Goodie Bag

Stand by for action… 2! Later this July, Stand By for Action 2: Tunes of Danger is coming to the Symphony Hall Birmingham. This forthcoming concert will allow you to step back into the timeless worlds of Gerry Anderson TV shows and enjoy a full orchestral performance which will bring many classic TV themes and incidental music to life!

Tickets are currently on general release, and VIP ticket holders can enjoy a pre-show meet-and-greet with special guests, as well as enjoy a uniquely curated goodie bag containing special merchandise.

The items in the goodie bag include: a concert programme, a limited edition audio drama, a limited edition Stingray artwork print, and a copy of Thunderbirds: Danger Zone the game, all presented in a Stingray 60th anniversary tote bag.

Stand By for Action 2: Tunes of Danger takes place on July 13th and promises to be a unique evening of celebrating the musical legacy of Gerry Anderson. Hosted by a star duo, the event will be particularly enthralling for fans of Stingray, which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year!

Tickets for Stand By for Action 2: Tunes of Danger can currently be bought from Symphony Hall Birmingham!

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Fred McNamara

Atomic-powered writer/editor. Website editor at Official Gerry Anderson. Author of Flaming Thunderbolts: The Definitive Story of Terrahawks. Also runs Gerry Anderson comic book blog Sequential 21.

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