Music Hall night in Sidmouth for the air ambulance

Mr Brian Rees, Music Hall

Mr Brian Rees, Music Hall 'Chairman' for the evening at the Manor Pavilion on March 2.

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The people of Sidmouth are invited to all go to the music hall with a night of nostalgia and reminiscing.

Organised by Jan Sutcliffe and entertainment provided by The Bull and Bush Company of artiste, funds raised from the evening at The Manor Pavilion Theatre are in support of Devon Air Ambulance Trust.

The company was originally formed by Jan 11 years ago to raise money for terminally ill children; it has since grown and grown, performing in theatres throughout the South West, raising thousands of pounds for charity.

Her love of Victorian Music Hall comes from the early days of her professional career at The Players’ Theatre in London, and Jan said she is happiest when she reaching out to an audience.

She said she is excited and enthusiastic about the the show at The Manor Pavilion on Saturday, March 2, which she hopes ‘will banish the winter blues’.

“I really hope that many people will come to the show to give their support to this wonderful charity,” Jan added.

“The work of the Devon Air Ambulance is worthy of all the support that we can give.”

Tickets cost £10 each are available from the theatre box office on 01395 514413.

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