‘WHAAM Showcase’ – 22nd November.

WHAAM Showcase” – Westward Ho! & Appledore’s Music Showcase

representing North Devon bands and singers performing in aid of the Royal National Life Institution’s Appledore Lifeboat Station.

On 22nd November this Showcase will feature some of the most innovative and talented musicians in North Devon presenting a broad spectrum of music from rock ’n’ roll bands, individual singers, dancers and various acts, and will take place at The Pier House, Westward Ho!

The Mayor and Mayoress of Northam, Councillor Mr & Mrs John Hyman will officially open WHAAM.

Acts will include Dave & Les, The Sarah Anne Westcott Studio Dancers, Rough Justice and Wyldwood Bands, Charlotte Pirrone (Winner of the 2019 Westward Ho’s Got Talent) and a few acts from the Sunset Festival, Westward Ho!

There will be a Grand Raffle in aid of the RNLI. The Principal Sponsor is Robert Braddick of BRADDICKS LEISURE and other Sponsors include Kitemare – Surf & Kiteshop.

North Devon has a first class reputation for being a centre of excellence for live music events.” said Showcase organisers, John Barton and Peter Sawyer. “We’re excited to be a part of this and to be bringing a showcase of local musical talent to the wider public”.

Doors open at 6.15pm and the entertainment will run continuously from 7.00pm to 10.30pm, with a short break at 9.20pm for the Grand Raffle.

All this for only £5.00 a ticket for adults and £3.00 for Children under 16.

Tickets will be sold online and sales outlets at The Co-operative Food, Golf Links Road, Westward Ho! together with Market Street Kitchen, 25 Market St, Appledore, and at the door of The Pier House. (All proceeds to the RNLI Appledore).

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