We’ll Meet Again Some Sunny Day

The Lions Club of Llandudno present We’ll Meet Again Some Sunny Day, a fund-raising show at Llandudno Town Hall on Friday the 10th of November 2017.

The show features vocalist Clara Bloom, as well as the magic of Jay Gatling, and the Happy Faces Players.

Tickets are £7 each and £6 for children. Doors open at 7.15pm and the show starts at 8.pm.

For more information, visit the event page on Facebook

Britain Does Variety 2017 – Regional Finals

Jay was successful at the auditions for Britain Does Variety, and has won a place in the regional finals.

The winning acts at the regional finals will be chosen using a combination of the judges’ scores and the audience’s reactions. So, the more people that  come along to support Jay the better his chance will be to reach the nationwide final!

The regional final will take place on at 7pm on Sunday the 19th of November at the Forum Theatre in Stockport. If you’d like to support Jay, you can buy tickets directly from us at a cost of £10. You can contact us by clicking here, or send us a message on Facebook for more details.

Laughter and Wonder at Magic Show

Smiles and laughter were conjured up during a magic event to celebrate a society’s 75th anniversary.

It took place at Rhyl’s Botanical Gardens and was hosted by the North Wales Magic Circle (NWMC).

As well as puppets  and entertainers there were also bubbles galore.

The circle also held its annual children’s entertainer competition and Mr Magico – real name Eddie Hughes – was crowned the winner.

Janet Newman-Carty, president-elect and secretary of the NWMC said: “The afternoon went really well. The botanical gardens put up a marquee and we managed to get everyone under cover.

“We were really happy with the amount of visitors. There was a good turnout.

“Everyone enjoyed what was on offer, including Punch and Judy, balloon models, bubbles and the competition.

“Mr Magico was a deserving  winner. He is very traditional in his craft.”

This was a free event. Money was raised for three children’s charities including Happy Faces, T Gobaith and Chernobyl Children.

Article reproduced from the Rhyl Journal