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Cromer comedy variety evening for Scotty’s Little Soldiers charity

PUBLISHED: 08:00 05 December 2014

Conor Blake (11) with his puppet Reggie, is the Junior Ventriloquist of the Year. Picture: Ian Burt

Conor Blake (11) with his puppet Reggie, is the Junior Ventriloquist of the Year. Picture: Ian Burt

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Families will be able to enjoy comedy, magic and ventriloquism at an armed forces fund-raiser.

The variety show in aid of Scotty’s Little Soldiers is happening at the Cromer Community Centre on Garden Street on Monday December 15.

It will include magician MisterE, Cromer comedy singer Steve Nelson, British junior ventriloquist of the year Conor Blake, from Snettisham, and video messages from Sooty and Sweep and Patsy May from Britain’s Got Talent.

Audience members can also take part in a raffle and silent auction for a limited edition pencil drawing of Britain’s Got Talent ventriloquist Steve Hewlett with popular character Arthur Lager.

Doors open at 7.45pm and the show starts at 8.15pm. Tickets cost £5 for adults and £2 for children.

Proceeds will go towards Scotty’s Little Soldiers which supports the children of men and women

killed whilst serving in the British Armed Forces.

It was set up by army widow Nikki Scott, whose husband Cpl Lee Scott was killed in Afghanistan in 2009 while serving with the Tank Regiment.

For details about the charity visit www.scottyslittlesoldiers.co.uk

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