Amongst the performers confirmed are:
Singers & Solo Artisits
- Cole Emsley
- Winner of Newburgh’s Got Talent 2011 and Kirkby’s Got Talent 2011
- Sophie Whittle
- Performing: Skinny Love (Birdy) & Safe and Sound (Taylor Swift)
- Elly Grice
- Performing: Picking up the pieces (Skyscraper) (Read all about it / Dance with my Father)
- Gabi Ofuya
- Performing: She said (Plan B) & Sparks (Cover Drive)
- Richard Bradshaw
- Will play guitar: will play Heart of Gold (Neil Young) & Lovin’ Thing (Richard Bradshaw)
- Andrew Dixon
- Alyssa Collins
- My heart will go on (Celine Dion) & The Edge of Glory (Lady Gaga)
- Thomas Wharton
- Suspicious Minds
- Brown Eyed Girl
- David Gallagher
- Moon River (Mancini/Mercer) & The Good Life (J. Reardon – S. Distel)
- Jenny Lee
- Peforming: O mio babbino Caro (Puccini) & Ave Maria (Caccini)
- Dennis Doggett
- Recondita Armonia (G. Puccini) from Tosca & Nessun Dorma (G. Puccini) – from Turandot.
<Bradley Stockton, Don’t Stop Believin’ (Journey), Marry You (Bruno Mars)
Eunice Woof MBE will accompany other guest artists including Marie Williams and Alice Williams on the piano.
The evening will feature four bands:
- The Bombers
- (Dominic Coggon, Aaron Jutla, Aaron Ormesher, Tom Lloyd) will perform Rolling in the Deep (Adele), Sweet Child O’ Mine (Guns and Roses)
- Performing: Trust me, please (Wilson+Foulds), Save yourself! (Wilson+Foulds)
- another band has Joe Scott Guitar, Jacob McCann, Trumpet & Bass and Mark Jump, who will perform a South African Jive Tune by Tom Hark, Kiera McDonough Vocals, Joe Peacock Guitar, Ben Peacock, Charlotte Gornall Vocals, Aaron Ormesher and Mark Jump will play Summertime Blues by Eddie Cochran.
- Ian McCardle
- Anne Dickenson
- George Holland
- Eunice Woof MBE
In Support Of:
MacMillan Cancer Support and Help the Heroes.
David has chosen charities close to him:
My nephew Luke McCulloch was fatally injured in Afghanistan. Lance Corporal Luke McCulloch from the 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment was killed in action following a contact with Taliban forces in Sangin, Helmand province, Afghanistan on Wednesday 6 September 2006.
My friend Professor Terence McLaughlin, who was a Fellow of St Edmund’s College, Cambridge died of leukaemia in 2006.
Source: David Gallagher
The event has seen a sizeable mention in the Ormskirk advertiser:
Read the article from the Ormskirk Advertiser
The event will take place in the Oakleaf Suite.
Doors will open at 7pm with the acts starting from 7:30pm
A licensed bar is available serving a variety of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks. Please be aware that the bar operates a Challenge 21 policy and if you think you may look under 21 then ID will be required.
Aughton Village Hall doesn’t permit people to bring there own drinks without prior permission, please contact the hall at before the event.
- Adults: £7.50
- Children: £3.75
For more information on the event and for tickets please contact Dr Gallagher on:
Phone: 01695 421-158
E-mail: Dr Gallagher
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Retrieved on Monday 22nd of October. We are simply making the information available and cannot verify it. For full details please contact the event organiser directly via email or phone (01695) 421-158
Martyn, Aughton Village Hall Website