‘Musical Memories’ for Watford Mencap

The Revue Variety Company is staging a production called Musical Memories from 15th - 20th November at Kings Langley Community Centre. All donations made from the production will go to Watford Mencap.

The Revue Variety Company started in 1956 and they stage two events every year, one in April and one in November. Musical Memories will be a fantastic evening of song, dance and comedy. There will be popular songs old and new and many from musicals, so there will be something for everyone.

Since 1989 the Revue Variety Company has raised over £38,000 for charities and Watford Mencap are delighted to be chosen for this performance. They chose Watford Mencap as one of the members has a relative with a learning disability who has used Watford Mencap's services.

Watford Mencap supports adults and children with learning disabilities as well as their families and carers living in South West Hertfordshire. They provide a range of services, advice and support that helps meet people's needs in order to have greater choice and opportunities throughout their lives.

Tickets for the production cost £8.50 and £7.50 for concessions. Tickets for the matinee performance cost £6.50. For more information please visit www.revuevariety.co.uk or call the box office on 01923 265310.

Posted on Friday, 5th November 2010