I’m very glad to let you know that I’ll be performing my 1940s show in Edinburgh next month on Wednesday 30th September. It’s been arranged by the Gorgie Dalry Community Association to provide some entertainment for their community members.
The Gorgie Dalry Community Association are a fantastic organisation who provide a wide range of activities, programmes, and social events for their community, so I’m really glad to be collaborating with them. The show is in the afternoon starting at 1pm, at The Edinburgh Prison Officers Club, 22b McLeod Street, Gorgie, Edinburgh. All are welcome, so if you’re in the neighbourhood come on down!
I’ll be singing all the old favourites from the 1940s such as ‘Don’t sit under the apple tree’, ‘The white cliffs of Dover’, and of course ‘We’ll meet again’. I’ll also be performing my 1950s show, so if you’re in the mood for rockin’ and rollin’ you won’t be disappointed!
So come along and join us on the 30th September for a good old fashioned singalong and a bit of a dance too 😉
To reserve your seat, just get in touch with Catriona Windle from Health All Round. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0131 337 1376. See you there!
Many thanks to Atticus Oldman of Steampunk Almanac for designing this cool retro-style poster 🙂