Talking with Duffy!

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Audlem Scout & Guide Hall

"So, Duffy, can I call you by your Equity stage name 'Duffy'?' 

"You've appeared on stage and screen for many years, Watching, Coronation Street, Medics, Children's Ward and Brookside, you're a playwright, you direct, you are a musician, Bassplayer with 'The Wash'...

"....and one half of the duo the evergreen 'Duffey Boys', singer, song writer, run a recording studio, promote music events, sound and lighting engineer....

"and will you find time to appear in 'A Night at Blackstone Hall' at the Audlem Scout & Guide Hall Theatre in your own Day-star performance with Janey Marshall next Saturday 10th November?

 "Duffey?"
 "Duffey?"
 "Pete?"
 "Pete?"

Sorry folks, lost the link. Day-Star are performing in Southampton this weekend, reception is dodgy that far south.

Well, there you have it, and I believe that a few tickets are still available for this performance of 'A Night at Blackstone Hall', part of next week's Audlem Performing Arts Festival. 

Tickets are available from Hoc's Fat Pigeon Organic shop, next to the wonderful butchers Oxtail & Trotter in Cheshire Street, or reserve by email to the event promoterhoc19@me.com.

Need to know more about Day-Star Theatre? Just click on the link below the photo.

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