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    " ‘Appen It'll Brighten Up Yet !"

      

    A new play for the 2019-21 season!   

          It's about Britain's favourite

          talking point - The weather!!!


“Appen It’ll Brighten Up Yet!”  is about the

subject that we just can’t stop talking about …………… the British Weather!

 

It features prominently in the Nation’s conversations, - it affects our plans and even the way we feel and behave! Predicting what it will do next

has never been easy, whether using weird and wonderful weather lore or        

Hi -Tech forecasts……..the weather keeps us guessing!

“Appen It’ll Brighten Up Yet!” takes a close look at this unpredictable topic.

 

Expect wonderful songs, poems, sketches, some humour, some reflection,

and a whole lot of interesting facts and history that you never knew………

but will now be able to tell your friends!


Dates  for this show:-
2021



Due to the Corona Virus the following bookings have currently been re-scheduled for  2021:



Previous appearances - 2019

  • 27th April - First night at the Fold!
  • 3rd -5th May Upton on Severn Folk Festival.
  • 5th-8th September Bromyard Folk Festival
  • 2nd November Cradley Village Hall.
  • 8th November Holy Innocents Church Hall, Kidderminster.   
  •        6th December Powick Village Hall.                              
2020
  • 1st February Pershore Foodbank 
6th March - Victoria and Malvern Priory Bowling Clubs, Malvern. Victorial park, Malvern Link WR14 2JY. 7.30 start. Tickets £7 from Roger on 01684 593663


If you are interested in booking “Appen It’ll Brighten Up Yet’ or would like more information, please contact Eileen or Eric through the 'Contact us'section of the website.

 We had planned to produce a new show for 2021  but this is currently 'on hold'  until we have finished the planned bookings with "Appen It'll Brighten Up Yet!"


"Appen It WILL Brighten Up Yet!"









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