Friends of Flanders Presents First World War Reminiscence Charity Gala
Charity Gala in aid of the Royal British Legion, Combat Stress, Chelsea Pensioners and Help For Heroes.

Stars from London’s West End and cabaret scene present a glittering Gala with songs, poems and letters from World War I, together with personal accounts and recollections, sometimes from their own family memories.

Fiona-Jane Weston, known for her highly acclaimed solo show Wartime Women and musical chat show Fiona-Jane and West End Friends will host the event and interview the artists in what will be a show to remember in this the Centenary of the end of the First World War.
Cast includes Clive Rowe, Jessica Martin, Norman Bowman, John Barr,  Andrew Pepper,  Peter Gill, Dan and Laura Curtis, Gary Bland, Frank Loman, Ryan Gover, Emma Brown, Lorraine Donaghey and the Molesing Ladies Choir, Harry Kit Lee and many more.
(Cast subject to availability)

Directed by Patrick Lambe.
Produced by Fiona-Jane Weston and Liz Millward.
Musical Direction by Matt Barlow.

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