Evening of squit for Attleborough Rotary
A healthy dollop of 'old squit' will be served up at Connaught Hall, Attleborough, next month.
Attleborough Rotary Club will be bringing Keith Skipper and his friends to the town to provide an evening of Norfolk dialect and fun on April 9.
Keith is founder and chairman of the Norfolk Dialect Society and is well known throughout the county for his efforts to ensure that the county's dialect does not disappear.
The evening will be a potent mix of squit, wit and song from Norfolk's most outstanding cultural ambassadors – writer and broadcaster Keith Skipper, comedian Pat Nearney and singer Danny Platton, who call themselves this 'Three Parts Light'.
The evening will start at 7.30pm.
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Tickets will be �10 each from Peter Beales Roses shop, The Norfolk Kitchen, The White Lodge and the Town Hall. All profits will go to Rotary local charities.
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