Community Infant School
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 13th October 2021 4:00pm
Haddenham Players & Haddenham Youth Theatre are presenting an evening of variety entertainment in memory of Margaret Watkins on Friday 26th November (doors open 6:45pm — curtain up at 7:30pm) and Saturday 27th November (doors open 5:15pm — curtain up at 6:00pm).
Monies raised will be in aid of Margaret's two favourite charities: Thames Valley Air Ambulance and Florence Nightingale Hospice.
The evening will feature former members of Haddenham Players reprising the one-act comedy "Easy Stages"
Plus: Haddenham Youth Theatre performing a one-act play "Call to Duty"
The show will also offer an opportunity to sing along to show tunes from Margaret's favourite musicals
Table seating only (8 per table).
A licensed bar — please bring your own nibbles
The venue is Haddenham Village Hall
Tickets £10 — contact Gary on 07590 555050
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