Viva La Diva gig organisers thank sponsors

By Patrick Ovenden   |   Reporter   |
Sunday 19th June 2022 3:45 pm
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Narberth & Whitland Rotary and Narberth Rugby Club met this week to finalise plans for what promises to be the musical event of the Summer at the Lewis Lloyd ground of the Otters on June 26.

Following on from the success of last year’s Sunday Night Fever event, the clubs are proud to put on ‘Viva La Diva’ featuring three of the UK’s top tribute acts to Amy Winehouse, Annie Lennox and Shania Twain, (all supported by a live band), together with one of Pembrokeshire’s top bands, ‘SORTED’, whose reputation and fan base is going from strength to strength. The evening will be compered by well-known local DJ Steve Briers, and the clubs are extremely grateful to Steve who is providing his services free of charge.

At this week’s meeting, the organisers thanked all their sponsors. Rotarian Ken Morgan, a member of both Rotary and the Rugby Club said: “We are extremely grateful to all our sponsors, who have made this event possible. We are really proud to be putting on such a great show, with music from 6 pm until 11 pm, which is sure to have everyone on their feet - we also have a 500-seat grandstand, with a great view of the stage.”

The Clubs sincerely thanked Claire Thompson, Account Manager of Main Sponsors Molson Coors Beverage Company, along with support sponsors, Puffin Produce, HMBS Building Services, Young Bros Civil Engineering, Merry Bros construction company, Andrew Rees Butchers, Gravells Kia Narberth and Revelation Clothing of Narberth.

The Charity event is in aid of MIND Pembrokeshire, with the proceeds being split equally between MIND and Narberth and Whitland Rotary charity funds. “MIND are extremely grateful of being selected as the main charity for this event,” said Claire Thompson, CEO.

The bar will be open at the Rugby Club and hot food available, including a barbecue by Andrew Rees Butchers.

“Due to the cost-of-living crisis, we are aware that times are difficult for everyone, but we are keen that everyone can have a night out in these difficult times,” said Ken. “We are delighted to say that due to the large capacity at Narberth Rugby Club we have reduced the price of all tickets to JUST £15 each, a 25% saving of £5 per ticket to allow everyone to save some money, have some fun and enjoy what is going to be a fantastic night out.”

The £15 price will apply to ALL TICKET SALES from all ticket outlets purchased in advance of the event day, June 26, when tickets will revert to the normal price of £20 each on the gate.

Buy your tickets online now on the Rotary website, at Narberth Rugby Club Clubhouse and also for cash only available at Dales Music, Tenby; Rock ‘n Rolla Boutique, Narberth; Milford Haven Travel, Milford, (open Monday, Wednesday and Friday); James Music, Nott Square, Carmarthen and Tenby Stores and Post Office, (opposite the Five Arches).

The Club is also pleased to offer a free ticket for carers for those with accessibility needs: Contact Rotarian John Hughes on 01834 842552.

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