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Tickets on sale for Variety Show

Tickets are on sale now for Farnham’s very own variety show, which takes place on Saturday 14 March at 7.30pm at Crondall Village Hall. The Mayor’s Charity Variety Show promises a line-up packed with high quality, local acts such as Shuffletunes choir, comedy by Tommy Connors and a spoken piece by Jonathan Jones. A fish and chip supper is also included in the ticket price. All profits will go to the Mayor’s chosen charities.

“We will have everything you would expect to see in a highly entertaining evening bursting with talented performers. Tickets are on sale for £12.50 each and we will seat our audience in tables of eight making this a really sociable and fun way to enjoy the show,” says the Mayor of Farnham, Councillor Pat Evans.

The Mayor continues: “The entertainment is being arranged by Performers Together so I am looking forward to a night of music, dance, magic and comedy and perhaps one or two novel acts that Farnham might not have seen before. Most of all, I am looking forward to raising money for my chosen charities – space2grow and Hale Community Project – both of them are doing excellent work in the Farnham community. I do hope as many local people as possible will join me at the show.”

Tickets are available online from Farnham Town Council’s website or they can be bought from the Town Council’s office on South Street. A welcome drink is included in the ticket price and there will be a paying bar throughout the event. Cod and chips (or vegetarian alternative) provided by Seafare Fish and Chips will be served part way through the evening with a choc-ice for dessert. There will also be a raffle with winners of the prizes announced before the end of the night.

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