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Clitheroe stage show will aid African charity
4:09pm Friday 2nd November 2012 in What's on in Lancashire
A Clayton-Le-Moors family are staging a variety concert in aid of an African charity at Clitheroe’s Grand Theatre tonight.
The Storeys have a special interest in the theatre, with daughter Imogen a finalist in the Grand’s inter-school talent contest Grab, while mum Imogen has played the piano at the Ribble Valley theatre, accompanying The Grand Choir and The Phil Knight Experience.
Singer Imogen, who celebrates her 18th birthday this week and attends St Mary’s College, Blackburn, will appear as one of the guests alongside Raven Traitor, Rees Parry, and Irish duo Maxine and Celia Doherty.
Melanie said: ‘The Grand has provided special opportunities for Imogen and as a family we thought it would be nice to stage a show to raise money for the The Solomon Project, The Grand’s African charity.
‘The charity helps people in poverty have a chance in life and we’re glad to be raising awareness with this event.’ Doors 7pm. £7.50/£5 01200 421599.
- Local heavy metal act Stealer, from Sabden, and Slack Alice, led by frontman Cliff Stocker, go head to head at the Grand on Saturday night. Slack Alice, regulars at Colne R&B Festival, will headline the show. Doors 7pm. £8.
- There are a handful of tickets left for the appearance of Georgie Fame at the Grand on November 7. The jazz, rhythmn and blues artist, who had a string of hits in the 1960s, is still a popular performer, who has worked with Van Morrison and Rolling Stone Bill Wyman.
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