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Treana Morris
George Chopping

Do you miss the music gigs in the Walter Rose Room that were a feature of the Haddenham Ceilidhs for many years?

If so, there's a great chance to enjoy a similar musical experience in the intimacy of the WRR this coming Friday, 23rd November when All Tamara's Parties is presenting a night of music, poetry and comedy.

Tamara is excited to be joined by a fantastic songwriter and composer, Treana Morris, and poet and compere, George Chopping.

Tamara will open the night with a few songs and the bar will be open from 8:00pm serving beer, wine and soft drinks.

There will also be a charity raffle which will include lots of wonderful musical goodies.

Entry: £5.

The evening gets under way at 8:00pm in the Walter Rose Room, Haddenham Village Hall.

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