Sunday, 22 September 2013

Sherry performing tonight at LDN City Varieties, the Forge Camden

Sherry Davis 
Tonight I will be performing at the Forge in Camden with The Westminster Society. Can't wait to get my hands on the Steinway Piano :-)
My next gig will be on Sunday 22nd September at The Forge in Camden for the Westminster Society, a charity for people with learning disabilities xx
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Photo: My next gig will be on Sunday 22nd September at The Forge in Camden for the Westminster Society, a charity for people with learning disabilities xx

LDN City Varieties

The Westminster Society for people with learning disabilities

Sunday, 22 September 2013 from 19:00 to 22:00 (BST)

London, United Kingdom

LDN City Varieties

Ticket Information

LDN City Varieties Ticket   more info5h 22m£25.00£2.15
Donation   more info5h 22mEnter amount (£) 

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Event Details

LDN City Varieties
"An Olde-Tyme, Nu-time Music Hall"

“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:

Sherry Davis, singer songwriter, as keen on playing the piano as she is on singing or writing.

Tim McArthur, actor, director and presenter, who is ‘wedded to the stage’ as a singer and solo performer, and his alter ego, the irrepressible …

Sister Mary McArthur from St Peter’s of the Sisters of the Third Removed in Soho, who graced the West End tapping down the streets of Soho resembling a religious version of Gene Kelly – but a nun!

Joe Meadows, young singer songwriter, singing well known standards and his own evocative ballads

Robin Dutt, the stylish and erudite Dandy of Home House, renowned for his literary knowledge and stunning presentations.

Graham Roos, producer, writer and performer, will present an act specially written for the event..

Musical turns on the bill include the 5-piece Concourse band guaranteed to have feet dancing to their rock beat.  And a special peek at acting legend Fenella Fielding’s special input.

Come and join us for what will be a very memorable evening,
full of fun and frivolity!

The details:
  • 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. 

Further information on our performers:

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is no parking at the venue, but some street parking may be available.
We suggest you use public transport:
  • Tube: Camden Town or Mornington Cresent (Northern Line)
  • Bus: 24,27,29, 31, 88, 134, 168, 214, 253, 274 & C2

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
If you have any questions, please call either Laurence or Emma at The Westminster Society on 020 8968 7376.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes, please bring along your printed ticket to gain entry.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes that is fine, but PLEASE call us to let us know the name of the person attending. Call 020 8968 7376 and speak to Laurence or Emma.

The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes we are happy to allow entry if the name on the ticket is different.  

Do you have questions about LDN City Varieties?Contact The Westminster Society for people with learning disabilities

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