This year’s Mayor’s Civic Variety Night, which takes place next week at The Brindley, reads like a Who’s Who of Halton talent – and tickets are going fast so get yours before they sell out.
There is a fantastic evening of entertainment in the name of several good causes at Halton Borough Council’s flagship venue on Wednesday 14 March.
The event is starring and supporting Halton Speak Out (Ella Together) and H.E.A.R.T.S. with special community guests including the Heath Choir, New Creation Dance Company and Grace Riley alongside stars of Halton’s Got Talent Lucy McDiarmid, Charlotte Dacia, Ella McKevitt, Lee Norwood-Green & Molly Gill.
The show will be compared by popular local DJ Roy Basnett and the finale will feature Brindley pantomime favourite Halton resident Andrew Curphey with the Highfield Male Voice Choir performing a fantastic Les Mis Medley ending with Bring Him Home.
Mayor Cllr Alan Lowe said: “Come and see a great show and support some great charities. It really is a win win!”
The show starts at 7pm and tickets are £8, £5, £22 Family Ticket (two adults and two children) from http://www.thebrindley.org.ukand the box office on 0151 907 8360