Mary Stevens Hospice is holding its popular Variety Night at Wilson Hall, Colley Gate, on Friday 28th March 2014 to raise much needed funds for patient care.

Local artistes have come forward to showcase their talents with popular Black Country comedienne Marlene topping the bill with her tales and poems of days gone by.

The show commences at 7.00pm with vocalists Tom Hill, who is a hospice volunteer and young and talented singer/songwriter Esther Turner opening the show.  Then feel free to dance to the sounds of Frankie and the Flames and laugh along with Marlene and her black country humour. Renowned Organist Steven Gill will provide background music before the show opens and will also accompany the artists during the evening.

Tickets are just £7.50 to include a fish and chip supper and can be obtained by calling the Fundraising Office on 01384 377778 or purchase online at

Vanessa Wale, Community Fundraiser said, “We are really grateful to all those who have volunteered their time to performing in our Variety Night performance.  It promises to be a fantastic evening with entertainment to suit all tastes and ages.”

For details of this and other forthcoming events visit our website or call the Fundraising Team on 01384 377778.