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Xmas Concert (Phoenix Theatre Singers) – Thurs 7th to Sat 9th December at 7.30pm

 

It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas.

Looking for something to get you in the festive mood?

Why not join The Phoenix Theatre Singers for their annual Christmas Concert.

The evening will include a variety of well loved Christmas songs, carols, monologues and sketches full of Christmas cheer.

A great evening’s entertainment for the whole family to enjoy.

Tickets are £10.00 and bookable through our website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming films being shown at The Phoenix Theatre include (see http://www.rosscinema.com for details) :

The Accountant – Sunday 10th December

Ukulele Concert – Strings & Songs for Hope – Saturday 27th January at 7.30pm

 

What better way to start the new year than to be serenaded by the sweet sounds of the Ukulele?!

Join us for an evening of music, comedy and entertainment with special performances by the Ross Uke Troupe and friends!

By the end of the night we’re sure you’ll be saying thank Uke for the music!

Proceeds raised on the night will go towards Hope’s work in Herefordshire.

We look forward to seeing Uke there…

Hope is a unique preventative service. Being diagnosed with cancer or another life-threatening illness is one of the toughest things most of us will ever face. When the focus of attention is on the patient, young family members around them can find the uncertainty particularly hard to deal with, becoming marginalised, confused and angry. Hope’s support is available right from the moment of diagnosis and for however long it’s needed, whatever the outcome for the patient. Hope is not a counselling service – it’s much more. Regular youth sessions, activities, trips and one-to-one support are available across Herefordshire and Gloucestershire, and the charity is now able to offer safe online support nationally. Online or in person, young people have the chance to meet others in the same situation, share experiences and chat to Hope’s professional team.

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