‘Perfectly Frank’ in the Marquee
Music lovers are to be treated to an evening with all the best loved Frank Sinatra Music presented by Queenscourt Hospice. The event will take place on Saturday 23rd July in a specially constructed marquee located next to the cricket pitch at Southport and Birkdale Sports Club.
The evening will include a fabulous live performance by ‘Perfectly Frank’ who will be playing all your favourite tunes, guaranteed to have you up dancing.
David Knopov is ‘Perfectly Frank’ and has been performing his Sinatra act to a global audience for the best part of 25 years.
David and his swing band have had the pleasure of performing at many international jazz festivals and have had the honour of entertaining H.R.H Queen Elizabeth the second and King Constantine of Greece.
It will all kick off at 7pm with a delicious BBQ style supper being served at 7.30pm. Guests will be tempted with Hog Roast Rolls, marinated salt and pepper chicken breast, honey and mustard Old English sausages, Caribbean King Prawn and caramalised pineapple served with mixed green salad, rice salad and creamy coleslaw.
During supper music will be provided by some of the talented team at Voice Academy and once the food service has finished ‘Perfectly Frank’ will perform with the entertainment will finishing at around 11pm.
There will be a raffle on the evening and all proceeds raised from this event will go directly to benefit the patients and families under the care of Queenscourt Hospice.
Tickets which are selling fast are £25.00 each and can be booked either on line at www.queenscourt.org.uk or telephone 01704 517420. Numbers are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
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