“Indubitably, magnificently, quintessentially” headlined by West End singer/entertainer Tim McArthur, The Westminster Society presents a traditional Olde-Tyme Music Hall style evening of music, humour and fun.
Packed with exciting Nu-Time ‘you saw them here first’ acts performing alongside established entertainers to be announced, this is an evening to not miss. LDN City Varieties has been assembled for your enjoyment; song, dance and comedy for your viewing and listening pleasure.
The very special line up of Olde-Tyme and Nu-Time acts, includes the hilarious show tune singing Nun ‘Sister Mary McArthur’ who will have you rocking with laughter in your seats, the new soulful songstress sensation Sherry Davis whose voice you'll never forget, acclaimed new talent of singer/songwriter Joe Meadows, and there will be a special appearance by Robin Dutt, the internationally renowened Dandy, Wit and Raconteur.
Come and join us for what will be a very memorable evening,
full of fun and frivolity!
Venue: The Forge, 3-7 Delancey Street, Camden, London NW1 7NL
Time: 7pm - 10pm (including interval)
Welcome drinks included in ticket price.
PLEASE NOTE: seating will be in 'cabaret style' and is UNRESERVED, so pleasearrive early if you can.
*Acts can be altered at the organisers discretion*
All ticket proceeds will go directly to the charity 'The Westminster Society for people with learning disabilities', and all of the performers are donating their time to us for free!
Who are we raising money for?
The Westminster Society has been transforming the lives of Londoners with learning disabilities for over 50 years. Our aim is to provide quality services and create new opportunities for people with learning disabilities of all ages and their families throughout London.
We run LDN Living, which is a ‘learning disability network’ for London, and provides a range of exciting group sessions, varied drop-in activities and one-to-one support.
This fundraising event is specifically raising funds for one of our LDN Living groups called ‘A Day In My Life’, which is a music based reminiscence group for people with learning disabilities over 50.