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Leah Rhodes LIVE at The Princess Royal

 

Sunday 18th March 2012 – 8pm

 

Sheffield’s very own Leah Rhodes is taking time off from The London School of

Musical Theatre to perform songs from the 1950s and musicals at The Princess Royal in Crookes, Sheffield on Sunday 18th March 2012

 

Leah Rhodes will be known to fans of Sheffield’s Croft House Theatre Company and this a wonderful opporunity to see an intimate performance in the warm and friendly Princess Royal pub on Slinn Street in Crookes.

 

With perfomances at Sheffield City Hall and The Lyceum Theatre Leah’s work has included fabulous performances in shows such as;

 

The Producers - as Ulla

The Wizard of Oz - as Dorothy

Oliver - Nancy

Thoroughly Modern Millie - Millie

 

as well an adaptation of The Full Monty.

 

The Sheffield Telegraph described Leah as “one of Sheffield's best-known non-professional actors, singers and dancers” and this show is fantastic chance to see a performance without having to pay box office prices.

 

Admission is free and in support of Cruse Bereavement Care in Sheffield

 

Those who want to make a donation to Cruse will be able to do so and there will be a raffle with including the chance to win a bottle of champagne donated by The Princess Royal as well as other prizes

 

The Princess Royal

Slinn Street

Sheffield

S10 1NW

 

Tel: 0114 266 0752

 

 

Some facts about bereavement and Cruse Sheffield

 

• Cruse is a highly respected service; we have received 20% more referrals this year, the majority of whom are recommended to the service via their GP.

• Others are recommended or referred through social services, schools, the NHS and the Police

• Bereavement is major underlying factor in people experiencing negative mental and physical health.

• It can leads to loneliness and poverty amongst the elderly.

• Bereavement for children can, in the first instance, lead to troubled behaviour at home and in school

• In the long-term young people bereaved of a parent can experience long-term depression and can be less resilient to life’s challenges.

• Increasing number of clients referring themselves to Cruse Sheffield have experienced bereavement through trauma and suicide

• Last year Cruse Bereavement Care Sheffield saw 15 young people under 16 and many more under the age of 25.

• Last year Cruse received over 1,000 telephone calls and saw 300 people for one to one and or group support.

• Many clients come for support five or more years after experiencing their loss.

• Our service is staffed entirely by highly skilled and well-trained volunteers, who are themselves supported by our experienced supervisors.

• Everyone apart from one part time administrator is a volunteer.

• Although highly thought of by our clients and referring agencies we receive NO Statutory funding.

• Unlike other Cruse areas Sheffield Cruse has never received any funding other than charitable donations

 

 

You can find Cruse on Facebook

 

and on Twitter : @SheffieldCruse

 

or at the central Sheffield office;

 

Cruse Bereavement Care

Alpha House

2nd Floor

2-10 Carver Street

Sheffield

S1 4FS

 

Tel: (0114) 249 3328

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