What’s On

Southport Visiter - - What’s On -

JOIN Wood­lands Hospice at its Ladies Dine and Style evening in aid of the Hospice on March 2 at Formby Hall Golf Re­sort and Spa, hosted by Debi Jones, TV pre­sen­ter and ra­dio broad­caster for Sand­grounder Ra­dio South­port.

This is a great op­por­tu­nity to see the new sea­son’s fash­ion while en­joy­ing food and drink with friends.

The evening fea­tures a two-course meal and en­ter­tain­ment with a fash­ion show by Crème de la Crème.

The evening be­gins at 6.30pm and will fin­ish at 10.30pm.

Tick­ets are £30 in ad­vance from Chris­tine Peach on 0151 529 8117, or email chris­tine.peach @ain­tree.nhs.uk. A COUN­TRY Night in Nashville is com­ing to South­port The­atre on Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 25 at 7.30pm.

Pre­pare to be trans­ported on a mu­si­cal jour­ney through the his­tory of coun­try mu­sic, fea­tur­ing songs from its big­gest stars both past and present.

Hits from Johnny Cash to Alan Jack­son, Dolly Par­ton to the Dixie Chicks, Wil­lie Nel­son to Kacey Mus­graves, will all be show­cased by the vo­cal tal­ents of Do­minic Halpin, Shelly Quarmby and their back­ing band, the Hur­ri­canes.

To book go to www. at­gtick­ets.com or call 01704 500036. FROM the creators of the smash hit West End show The Si­mon & Gar­funkel Story, You’ve Got A Friend cel­e­brates two of the great­est song­writ­ers of all time – James Tay­lor and Ca­role King.

And it will be com­ing to South­port The­atre on Fri­day, March 3 at 7.30pm.

This mu­si­cal jour­ney in­ter­twines some of the great­est songs ever writ­ten – in­clud­ing I Feel The Earth Move, Will You Still Love Me To­mor­row, How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You), Fire & Rain, You Make Me Feel (Like A Nat­u­ral Woman) and the beau­ti­ful You’ve Got A Friend.

Book via www. at­gtick­ets.com or the box of­fice on 01704 500036.

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