It’s back. The hugely popular 1960s police series set in fictional Aidensfield is making a sensational comeback – only this time it has been recreated as a stage show for a UK tour!
Fans of the hit ITV drama, which attracted over 15million viewers during its heyday, will love this two-hour stage adaptation, with a new script featuring your favourite characters including David Stockwell, Gina Ward and PC Geoff Younger.
You can re-live this TV classic on a memorable Showtime break with National Holidays, including tickets to the show, hotel accommodation and all coach travel.
For the first time ever, Heartbeat has been given a stage makeover.
In every household throughout the 90s, Sunday night was Heartbeat night.
Running for 18 years between 1992 and 2010, Heartbeat told the story of the residents of a tiny Yorkshire village Aidensfield in the 1960s through the eyes of the local police constabulary to the backdrop of music from the time.
Based on the books of Peter Walker, who penned using the name Nicholas Rhea, it was pure nostalgia which struck a chord with its TV audience, making it one of ITV’s longest running and favourite shows of all time.
Heartbeat – The Stage Show brings it all back to life, featuring a stunning set and clever use of video footage to perfectly recreate the rural Yorkshire countryside and a soundtrack from the era.
Starring some of the members from the original TV cast, Heartbeat – The Stage Show is expected to be as popular as the original TV series so make sure you book as early as possible with National Holidays!