Charity Variety Show supporting Tenovus and Friends of The Royal Marsden, Surrey

6:00pm Sunday 16th September 2018

Epsom Playhouse, 42 Ashley Ave, Epsom KT18 5AL

In a hugely varied and enormously fun show featuring (no less!) a pop duo, an opera singer, a musical comedian, a pianist and singer, Surrey Brass and more, each will provide around 20 minutes of entertainment for this worthy cause.  This show, organised by local actor and retired policeman Bob Ferris, raised over £2700 last year in a local village hall and inspired by this success he has made this year's event twice as large, and would like to raise four times as much money. 
All performers are providing their services completely free of charge to support this fundraising effort.  Come along, enjoy the show and help us raise money for a hugely worthwhile cause.

**Concert Update - the final figure raised by this event was £5,600 **

Supporting Friends of The Royal Marsden, Surrey, and Tenovus. 

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This is a variety show that in the first half alone includes Surrey Brass, a pop duo, some opera, an acoustic guitarist who is a singer/songwriter and ending with a classical violinist. After the interval there will be a brilliant vocalist who sings humorous songs, "the girl who sings songs from the shows", the choir, and ending with a rock band at around 9.30.

This programme features the Surrey Brass Quintet and many more performers.

Surrey Brass performed for this event last year which raised £2,700. Since this is a much larger venue, we are hoping to achieve much more for the charity this time.

To help raise more for the charities, this show will be videoed and the videos will be on sale at £15.


We advise you to  book early for this popular concert. 

Tickets are £15. Tickets will be available from the Playhouse Box Office in advance and also on the door.

Transport and Parking


There is excellent public transport to Epsom. The Station is about 200 metres from the venue. Several bus routes stop close by.

The Ashleigh Centre multi story car park is adjacent to the theatre with low cost parking in the evenings.

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