Dearly Beloved

Dearly Beloved

Age range: 14+

She used to be drop dead gorgeous, now she’s dropped dead. Lamenting her untimely demise, Louise Innes, in the words of Billy Eilish, mourns the passing of Charlie Bicknell her cabaret partner and rival. Reverend JB eulogises in the words of Shakespeare’s The Seven Ages of Man. Thus follows a journey through life in the words of Tim Minchin, Mozart, Frishberg and Coldplay among others, celebrating, mocking and at times revelling in the brevity of it all. Unusual as usual and defiantly different, funerals will never seem the same. ‘Cabaret with Claws’ The Observer

Show times

Calendar Date & Time

Sat 11 March 2023, 7.30pm

Pin Location

Brilley Village Hall
HR3 6JG

North Herefordshire

Phone Enquiries

07985 571236 or 01544 327227

www.charliebicknell.com

Ticket Tickets

Adult: £12.00

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