A great cabaret evening with West End star coming to Audlem

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The next T.A.V.A. (Touring Arts Visiting Audlem) event is on 3rd March, and it should be a very special evening. It's in the Public Hall at 8.00pm (doors open at 7.30pm) and stars Garth Bardsley and the Sandra Lambert Trio in 'Cabaret In The Village'.

It brings to Audlem a sophisticated, stylish evening that recaptures the magic of the Las Vegas lounge singer. West End Star, Garth Bardsley, along with the critically acclaimed Sandra Lambert Trio, will perform well known and much loved songs made famous by artists such as Bobby Darin, Andy Williams, Nina Simone, Shirley Bassey, Anthony Newley, Dionne Warwick, Burt Bacharach, Sammy Davis, Buddy Greco and Frank Sinatra.

This candlelit evening includes wine and a light buffet, making 'Cabaret In The Village' the perfect opportunity to enjoy live those evergreen songs including Moon River; Come Fly With Me; What Kind of Fool Am I?; The Candy Man; Gone With the Wind; Wives & Lovers; The Old Black Magic........and many more.

International singer, actor, director and writer, Garth Bardsley has worked extensively in television and theatre. On TV he's been seen in Emmerdale and Coronation Street whilst on stage he has starred in Jerry Herman's The Best of Times and has appeared in both the London and Manchester productions of The Phantom of the Opera as the Phantom. Sandra Lambert is recognised as one of the UK's finest jazz pianists and was for many years Helen Shapiro's musical director. Together they bring to these songs their own inimitable interpretation to create an unforgettable evening of musical magic.

Tickets are priced £12.50 (including wine and nibbles) and are now on sale and going fast! Please telephone 01270 811250 to reserve yours NOW! For all enquiries please email cabaret@audlem.demon.co.uk">cabaret@audlem.demon.co.uk

Ann Burrows says: "Since T.A.V.A. was formed three years ago we have concentrated on events that predominantly appeal to children and families — and this will continue to be our focus. Having been so delighted with just how well our events have been received, we have decided to host an event aimed at an adult audience. As always, our emphasis is on hosting an event which is both professional and of very high quality, and one which helps to keep our village alive. T.A.V.A. looks forward to welcoming you to what will be a fabulous showbiz event."

T.A.V.A. is a 'Not For Profit Organisation'.