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Versatile violinist/electric violinist Lauren Hinds, who has entertained audiences across the UK and most recently at London’s Royal Festival Hall, is the latest performer signed up for the second Northern Masonic Variety Show.
The splendid Gothic Price Hall at Bradford Grammar School is again the venue on Saturday, 14 April, for an extravaganza staged and managed by the incomparable Freddie “Parrot-face” Davies.
A member for some 50 years of the Chelsea Lodge No 3098, noted for entertainers and showbiz personalities among its members, and now living in North Yorkshire, he will again front a wide-ranging repertoire to suit all tastes.
Lauren is an accomplished soloist who enjoys playing a mixture of popular, classical, and contemporary music. She has regularly performed with groups STORM and the Adelia String Quartet and has appeared at a variety of theatres across France and Belgium.
Returning by popular demand is versatile impressionist Terry Webster, a one-man musical comedy act, who brought the house down in 2015. Musician, tv and cabaret artiste for some 50 years, Terry is a former front man for the Rockin Berries.
Craft and Mark Lodges have booking details (Tickets £20) and organisers the Bradfordians Concert Committee hope to surpass the £15,000 raised for the 2017 RMBI Festival in 2015.
Additionally, the booking form can be downloaded here:
Variety Show Booking Form
This year’s proceeds will go to the West Yorkshire Mark Masons 2023 Festival and towards providing 52 ambulances and support vehicles for St John Ambulance.
Posted in Provincial News on February 21st, 2018 by Robin Misra