Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

By Tristan Harris Friday 13 June 2014 Updated: 13/06 09:22

Latest News

Buy photos » Sue Rea, Amanda Vaughan and Suzanne Bryan-Williams will be among those performing. (s)

THERE will be a mix of golden oldies, songs from musicals and other favourites when the Primrose Choir takes to the stage for its Summertime Concert.

Some wartime favourites for the audience to sing along to will also be included in the event, at 7pm next Friday (June 20) at Redditch Town Hall to mark the centenary of the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War.

The choir will once again be joined by Studley St Mary’s RC School Choir which will be performing a variety of songs, including its own rendition of the Mary Poppins classic Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.

All profits go to The Primrose Hospice Centre of Care charity which helps people in Redditch and Bromsgrove who are facing life-limiting illness.

Tickets cost £8 and are available by calling 01527 67383 or 01527 546158.

There will also be a limited number of tickets on the door.

Share This

Popular »

1 A hero remembered as conflict flag is lowered

2 Siblings remembered through heart charity

3 TV show tells story of Abbeydale murderer

4 Town centre chuggers face fresh crackdown

5 Friends hit the small screen

More news »

Man admits causing death of baby daughter

A MAN has admitted killing his two-month-old daughter.

Glitch sees residents charged twice

A TECHNICAL error has resulted in residents being

MP calls for bone marrow champions

REDDITCH residents have been urged to join the

Council hunts dog poo hotspots

RESIDENTS are being urged to report areas of

Regional news »


Bromsgrove Standard
Alton Towers Halloween spectacular

VISITING your favourite theme park always guarantees a day packed ...

Worcester Observer

Visit the Worcester Observer website for the latest.

Stratford Observer
Dad of fallen paratrooper goes to Afghanistan in memory

THE FATHER of fallen paratrooper Conrad Lewis has made an ...

Evesham Observer
Knives in car lead to unpaid work

A FATHER-of-two who hid a kitchen knife under his car ...