The Cat Community Radio are proud to announce a very special evening of live entertainment at the Crewe Lyceum Theatre on Sunday February 9th starting at 6pm. ‘Sunday Night at the Lyceum’ will be a spectacular evening of entertainment with all money raised through ticket sales being used in support of The Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity for the Lost Little Ones Baby Bereavement Suite
‘Sunday Night at the Lyceum’ will feature a live performance from your favourite dysfunctional family as featured on The Cat breakfast and drive time shows, The Bradshaws together with some of the best local artists, musicians and performers.
Tickets are now available from the Lyceum Box Office and https://crewelyceum.co.uk/ and would make a great Christmas present. Adult tickets are £15, Children £8.50, Concessions £12.50 and a family ticket for two adults and two children only £40.
Chris Cadman MD said, “I’d like to thank Crewe Mayor, Benn Minshall for helping us to launch ‘Sunday Night at the Lyceum’. The Cat 107.9FM are delighted to be staging this specular variety show at this iconic venue for what we hope will be both a fantastic fundraiser, as well as an enjoyable and memorable night of entertainment featuring many well-known local artists and performers including a special live performance from radio’s much-loved family “The Bradshaws.”
Carole Salmon, Community Fundraiser at Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity said “Sadly every year many families suffer the pain and trauma of baby loss. We know how important it is to provide these families with the time and space to create precious memories with their baby that will need to last a lifetime. By supporting ‘Sunday Night at the Lyceum’ you will help Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity to provide the funds to create a dedicated suite and outside space on the labour ward for bereaved parents. This will allow parents to stay together for a few hours or days with their baby in a comfortable, non-clinical environment and provide outside space where families can relax in the fresh air and spend quiet time together away from the rest of the ward.”