Supper & song cabaret evening and a sing-along concert with fish and chips
Supper and Song event to support the RHN
The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability in Putney has organised more fundraising events to provide support for its work.
On Thursday 12 May at the RHN (SW153SW) there is a Supper & Song cabaret evening with stars of opera and West End shows. A night to dress up that’s full of entertainment, great food is promised whilst supporting a good cause.
• Ron Cook
• Simon Paisley Day
• Andrew Forbes Lane
• Lara Marie Mûller
• Emma Cartwright
• Andrew Hanrahan
Tickets price: £65 (includes a welcome drink, two course meal & coffee). Book tickets.
Prior to that there is a Sing-along Concert with fish and chips and Wimbledon Village Hall on Lingfield Road (SW19 4QD) on Saturday 7 May.
Songs on Wheels are back on stage to jog your musical memories of mid-twentieth-century popular songs: the sublime, the ridiculous, and everything in between.
There is a licensed bar throughout, and a s fish and chip supper will be served in the interval. Seating at tables for up to 8: tickets also available individually. Song sheets and kazoos will be provided. Elvis costumes optional!
Ticket price is £20 (includes fish and chips). Book tickets.
Looking further ahead, an evening of Shakespeare on film is taking place on 23 June from 7-9pm. From 1899 onwards and across every part of the world, Shakespeare has been a major feature of the film industry. In Hollywood and London, in Tokyo and Madagascar, his plays have been turned over and over again to be made into something fresh, timely and relevant, by the world's greatest film directors, actors and scriptwriters, whether using his own lines or translated, with fidelity or in distant adaptations. You are invited to the RHN for an illustrated talk from Professor Peter Holland with extracts from films both archival and modern, on Shakespeare’s role in the history of motion pictures. Click here to find out more and book your ticket.
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April 29, 2022