Postponed – Break a Leg & Friends Fundraising for The Lord Mayor’s Charity

New Date to be announced
Nether Edge Bowling Club, Sheffield

The bad weather and illness means we can’t run the event tonight, ticket holders have been notified. We were sold out but there may be a few tickets coming available with the change so if you want to be on the returns list please use the form below. If you are already on the list we haven’t forgotten you.

This might be our most harmonic Fundraiser yet, with two exquisite duos.

The Pitsmoor Ladies Ukelele Chorale (Caroline Webb and Stacey Almond) are guaranteed to raise some very big smiles and a lot of laughter with their very individual mix of beautiful harmony singing and stories of their exciting lives as students at the prestigious Pitsmoor Conservatoire.

Karen & Chris met Lapwing only recently and were bowled over by their singing and harmony arrangements. We decided straight away that they were just right for us. Ben and Ellen are both experienced musicians but they’ve just started performing together and this is their first proper public performance, so another World Premiere for Break a Leg and Friends.

Your resident orchestra will be supporting them. Is it Folk Music? Is it Jazz? Are we Sheffield’s smallest Swing Band? Who knows? Who cares? We just love to play for you.

This month, by special request of our guest musicians, we are raising funds for the Sheffield Lord Mayor’s Charity. This year’s causes chosen by the Lord Mayor are children’s literacy, women & children fleeing domestic abuse & The Palliative Care Centre at the Northern General Hospital.

Tickets are £4 in advance (£5 on the night if we don’t sell out, usually we do) and we will also be doing fundraising activities on the night so bring cash and a generous heart.

Doors open 7:30pm. Get there in good time and we won’t keep you sitting around, music starts at 8pm.

If you are unable to come but would like to send us a donation for this month’s charity partner, here’s a link.

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