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An Evening with Gilbert & Sullivan, led by Ian Westley, will take place on Saturday 17th October at St. Mary's School, Aston Road HP17 8AF, starting at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £10, raising funds for Utugi Street Children Kenya. Come and enjoy an evening of songs and choruses from all your favourite Gilbert & Sullivan operettas. Singers and audience will sit together at tables for a nice relaxing evening. Bring your own drinks and nibbles or full supper if you wish.

Feel free to dress as your favourite G&S character! Music will be provided by email for you to print out or by post.

For tickets, please return the form attached (see below image).

Please get in touch with Sheilagh Armitt if you would like to know more
Telephone: 01844 291720 Or email: sheilagharmitt@aol.com

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