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South Cheshire George Formby Ukulele Society concerts 2019

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Article and image by Jonathan White

 

South Cheshire George Formby Ukulele Society will perform a concert at Wistaston Memorial Hall (Church Lane, Wistaston CW2 8ER) on one Friday per month throughout the year.

There are no membership fees to pay to attend a concert, and the entrance fee is just £1 at the door to cover the cost of hall rent and light refreshments midway through the show.

The curtain goes up at 7.30pm prompt.

The year will start with a concert on Friday 25th January.

 

The remaining 2019 Friday Concert dates are:

22nd February

22nd March

26th April

24th May

28th June

26th July

23rd August

27th September

25th October

22nd November

20th December

 

The Society also play each year over the Easter weekend at the annual Nantwich Jazz, Blues & Music Festival.

There are also rehearsal sessions, to which new ukulele players are always welcome, at Wistaston Memorial Hall on a Tuesday (7.30pm) once a month throughout the year.

 

The remaining 2019 rehearsal dates are:

19th February

19th March

16th April

21st May

18th June

16th July

20th August

17th September

15th October

19th November

 

South Cheshire George Formby Ukulele Society was founded by Brian Edge in 1994 – this year is their 25th anniversary.

Brian, who passed away in 2016, was a stalwart of the local community and also formed the Crewe & District Coin and Medal Society and founded the National Token Congress.

For further details relating to South Cheshire George Formby Ukulele Society please contact Secretary D. Dodd via telephone: 01270 581 920 or email [email protected].

You can also visit: www.crewegeorgeformby.com

South Cheshire George Formby Ukulele Society is also involved in a ‘Celebration Of The 70th Anniversary Of Wistaston Memorial Hall’ at Wistaston Memorial Hall on Tuesday 26th March 2019 (7.30pm).

The event will include Crewe Movie Makers and present a night of entertainment, both live and on film, celebrating Wistaston Memorial Hall’s 70 years among the community.

 

 

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