IF I COULD PLANT A TINY SEED OF LOVE
ORT MUSIC HALL BACK BY
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY
After an absence of two years Mavericks have finally been persuaded to produce another nice night’s entertainment at Ort Café on Thursday June 8th from 7.30 pm.
It’s all thanks to Doctor Joy Fillingham , a recent arrival in Moseley, now happily settled in and raring to contribute to the scene.
Joy is a long time thespian, treader-of-the-boards and devotee of the delights of both the classic Music Hall repertoire and the spirit of the Good Old Days. She is a lecturer in Social Work at University in her real life.
On June 8th she will be bringing the spirit of Music Hall into the21st Century. Her especially compiled set is entitled ‘Listen Louder To Me’. It promises to be a traditional, updated, raunchy singalong.
Glynn Phillips will be reprising his role as compere and gavel banger in his incarnation of the inimitable Leathery Sacks. He will be introducing sixteen acts for your delectation and delight.
Th ever popular Kate Goes will be changing their tune but not their talent for their first appearance at ORT Music Hall. We can expect a beautiful rendition of the classic ‘If I could plant a tiny seed of love in the garden of your heart’ from this whimsical ,whacky line-up of wonderful women!
What to expect from Andy Wickett, Sex God in the Sahara though, that is the question. Andy is challenging himself to become master of the ukulele for the occasion, so he can bring us George Formby, that sex-god of, well, somewhere surely? It was clearly driving Andy to an agony of frustration when he first tried leaning on a lamppost. “ It’s too small! It’s too small!” He howled. We will just have to hope he doesn’t revert to rock star type and smash it up on the night.
Whatever he does the night will be a smash.
You can come as you are. No-one will be turned away but audience is requested to come in best voice and in glad rags to the glorious gathering.
Entry by donation suggested at £5.00