Our Sound of PRIDE choir, made up of staff from Queen’s and King George hospitals, is hosting a Right Royal Variety Show on Friday 28 September – and everyone is welcome to come along and be entertained.
The show will be made up of several acts marking seven decades since the NHS was introduced.
Performers will include the choir itself, magician Jack Blackbourn, Harrison Irish Dancing Academy, singers Rebecca Amissah (who helped set up the choir) and Jhermeroy Esperazante, clinical nurse specialist at the Trust, and Kalpana Patel, retired pharmacist who worked at the Trust for 28 years, who will be bringing a Bollywood flavour.
Tickets cost £10 and all proceeds will be donated to our charity, the King George and Queen’s Hospitals Charity. There will also be a raffle, raising additional funds, and a disco after the show.
It will be held at the RUSSC club in Mawney Road, Romford, the show starts at 7.30pm.
If you’d like to find out more or buy tickets, contact Mike Dixie on 01708 435 000 extension 6402. Alternatively, you can donate £10 to the choir’s JustGiving page, and your name will be put on the door allowing you entry on the night.