St Mary's Church
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 14th November 2021 10:00am
A reminder of the Variety Show taking place on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th November
Don't Miss Out!!
Final preparations are underway for what promises to be an amazing evening of fun and entertainment, whilst paying tribute to the memory of a lady who was part of the fabric of Haddenham for so many years, and raising money for two of her favourite charities.
Margaret touched so many lives during her time in the village, and sadly covid prevented us from marking her passing in the way we would have liked — here is your opportunity to celebrate all she was and all she contributed.
At the time of writing there are just a handful of seats left for the Friday performance, while Saturday does have a couple of complete tables free — so why not get a group of friends or family together, pack yourselves a selection of snacks, and come along to watch not just one but two great plays and join in the singalong to show tunes from Margaret's favourite musicals?
You won't be disappointed!
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"
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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