Song and dance show in Darwen by mayoral command

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THE line-up for the annual Mayor’s Command Performance at Darwen Library Theatre has been announced.

The event, in honour of Blackburn with Darwen mayor Coun Zamir Khan and raising money for his chosen charities East Lancashire Hospice and Miles of Smiles, takes place on Saturday, March 2.

The show, which starts at 7.30pm, will be hosted and compered by Steve Duncan.

Mr Duncan will be joined by acts including Rick Lee, DAPA Singers, Glen South, Rachel Toner, DAPA Tappers, Pepperpot Hill Theatre Group, DAPA Dudes with Bridget, Ennya, and DAPA Dancers.

Tickets cost £8 and are available by calling 0844 8471664.

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8:24pm Tue 19 Feb 13

DEO VOLENTE says...

Why is this not being held at King Georges Hall? I am sure that the demand for tickets will be huge.


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Why is this not being held at King Georges Hall? I am sure that the demand for tickets will be huge. Deus Vobiscum DEO VOLENTE
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11:30pm Tue 19 Feb 13

hasslem hasslem says...

DEO VOLENTE wrote:
Why is this not being held at King Georges Hall? I am sure that the demand for tickets will be huge.


Deus Vobiscum
you are the world's most miserabilist tosspot

have you ever had a positive thought --- bet you are tremendous fun on a night out
[quote][p][bold]DEO VOLENTE[/bold] wrote: Why is this not being held at King Georges Hall? I am sure that the demand for tickets will be huge. Deus Vobiscum[/p][/quote]you are the world's most miserabilist tosspot have you ever had a positive thought --- bet you are tremendous fun on a night out hasslem hasslem
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