St Luke's Cabaret Night in Public Hall

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Peter Morgan writes: "St Luke's (Cheshire) Hospice Audlem Support Group are holding their Autumn event at Audlem Public Hall on Saturday 11th October.

"We welcome you all to join us for a colourful evening of fun, frolics and laughter with some big show numbers thrown in for your delectation and appreciation! The evening begins at 7.30 for 8.00pm start and will take the format of a Cabaret Night with a cast of seventeen, plus a Compere to keep us amused between costume changes.

"Musical Mayhem are giving their services free for this event and, having seen them perform two years ago, I can guarantee that it will be an evening of great pleasure and entertainment. Tickets are £10 and include light refreshments, but please ensure that you bring your own 'beverage of choice' as there will not be a bar. To obtain tickets please ring : 01270 811575, 811887 or 811410."

 

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