We are promised a lovely, varied programme which will be hugely enjoyable.
[Cath Tate Cards have just the birthday card for our friends at KGASS. Entitled “80 at last!”, the message continues “Now you can forget growing old gracefully” … ]
Alison Pendlowski invites everyone to head for Limekilns Church at 7.00pm on Saturday 8 June, for a Summer Concert given by the Queen Anne Singers, directed by Nancy Crook. Guest soloist will be our very own Frances McCafferty, Honorary President of the Society – and you can spot the other well-kent faces. An enjoyable evening is guaranteed!
Join Charity Hope Valentine as she searches for love in the strangest places in New York in the Swinging Sixties. Charity is a dancer for money, as unlucky in love as she is in life, but ever hopeful of realising her dreams of romance, a comfortable life and escaping the seedy Fandango Ballroom. Featuring the enduring musical classics Big Spender, The Rhythm of Life, There’s Gotta be Something Better Than This and If My Friends Could See Me Now, Sweet Charity is packed with hilarious characters, stunning dance routines and a whole lot of heart.
Susanne Horsburgh would love you to support her in Edinburgh Music Theatre’s production which plays at Edinburgh’s Church Hill Theatre on Tuesday–Saturday 16–20 April each evening at 7.30pm and with a 2.30pm matinée on the Saturday. Click the image to go to the EMT Facebook page.
Kirkcaldy Orchestral Society, Fife’s Community Orchestra, has two March concerts (7.30pm on Friday 22 March at Waid Academy, Anstruther and at 3.00pm on Sunday 24 March in the Old Kirk, Kirkcaldy. The concerts continue the themed title of ‘Fact and Fiction’, a season of programmes influenced by stage, screen, radio, theatre and general media, and these Spring concerts feature local violinist Alison Miller as a soloist.
The music being played includes The Yeomen of the Guard Overture, the Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso by Saint-Saens, Autumn Leaves, some favourites from Radio 4/Home Service, The Big Country, and a work – Paragon of Vice – commissioned from a young composer, Isobel Grieve, from Inverkeithing Academy.
Tickets now on sale from Ellen Patrick, who says it is a varied programme and great fun to play! Please come and support the eight members of our orchestra for The Sorcerer who are in KOS. Further details on the poster linked to the image.