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Forthcoming New Forest Events
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Lover Country Fayre - Other
Fun Family Dog Show, Dancing displays, Craft Stalls, Mini-farm, Scalextric Racing, Jumparoo Assault Course, Side-Shows, Tombola, Classic Cars, Steam Engines, Afternoon Teas, BBQ, Beer and Pimms, Homemade cakes and jams and loads more.
Summer Concert by Woodside Singers - Lymington
8th July at 7.30pm. Summer Swings with the popular Woodside Singers, A Concert of Jazz and favourites from the Shows and other popular music, appearing at St Mark’s Church, Ramley Road, Pennington, Entry at door £10 incl. Refreshments, with a glass of wine. Plus Raffle. In aid of the organ fund and work in the community
Blood Brothers - the play version - Lyndhurst
The next production by Lyndhurst Drama and Musical Society (LDMS) will be the play version of Willy Russell's magnificent 'Blood Brothers'. The show is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd and Costa Lyndhurst is pleased to be supporting the performances (Costa Coffee, 38-40 High Street, Lyndhurst, Hampshire, SO43 7BG). Directed by Michele Arkle and starring a host of talented LDMS members the play will be performed at the Vernon Theatre, Sandy Lane, Lyndhurst in July. Twin brothers, Mickey and Edward, are separated at birth as their mother cannot afford to keep them both. Raised only streets apart in the heart of Liverpool, the boys' lives take two very different paths. However, following a chance meeting, the pair form an unlikely friendship. But what will happen if they ever find out the secret of their shared history? Performance dates are 20/21 and 22 July 2017, curtain up 7.45pm each evening. Tickets are £8 for 20 July and £9 for 21 and 22 July. Information and telephone bookings 023 8028 2729. Tickets will be on sale at the Lyndhurst Community Centre in July.