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Kirsten Orsborn, the Royal Marines Association Charity ‘Forces Sweetheart’ is proud and delighted to announce her invitation to perform at a prestigious charity fundraiser at The Royal Lancaster Hotel, Mayfair, London on Saturday 6th October 2018:

The Mayor of Neath Port Talbot's Armed Forces Festival


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The Mayor of Neath/Port Talbot's Armed Forces Festival got off to a sunny start on Saturday with the opening of the Garden of Remembrance

Support for the launch of the Poppy Appeal and the opening of the Garden of Remembrance in the Aberavon Shopping Centre, in conjunction with the Port Talbot Branch of the Royal British Legion.


On display outside the Port Talbot Civic Centre, was the tri-services of the Navy, Army and Air Force equipment. There were challenges for the young and not so young as well. Also, there were opportunities to meet the Regular Forces, Reservists, and Cadets.


Dignitary's included the HM. Lord Lieutenant of West Glamorgan D. Byron Lewis Esq KStJ, FCA. The Mayor of Neath, Councillor Dennis Keogh, the High Sherriff, H M Gilbert Esq and many high ranking officers from all services.


The Lord Lieutenant expressed interest in the re-enactments from the award-winning Glamorgan Constabulary Police Re-enactment Group who were there to lend their support for this exceptional day.

It is with great pride and pleasure that Thoroughbred Music in association Ian Davies of Stargazer Music Magazine, announce Kirsten Orsborn’s invitation to perform at this very prestigious event in memory of the great Audrey Hepburn and in aid of Lymphoma Action and Eurordis - a European Rare Diseases Organisation.


The event will be Held at The Royal Lancaster Hotel, just off Mayfair in central London, on Saturday 6th October 2018.


‘Remembering Audrey Hepburn’ is a black-tie charity dinner in remembrance of the legendary actress and humanitarian, on Saturday 6th of October 2018. The event features conversations and a Q&A with Audrey Hepburn’s youngest son, Luca Dotti, who will lovingly share his mother's incredible life as a Hollywood actress, humanitarian, friend and mother.


Hosted by The Royal Lancaster London hotel the event will include a champagne reception, three course dinner, raffle and auction, and world class musical entertainment.

Abbey Players present Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

This 24-minute video is about a journey from Porthcawl to Mumbles in South Wales showing the fairground and beautiful beaches, promenades, shopping centres, and Mumbles Lighthouse. Two years in the making and four cameras used, three in 4k. Edited with FCPX on a Mac computer.

Take a magical journey with Abbey Players as they bring this fantastic, fun, family musical to life in the 50th anniversary year of the classic movie.

24 Oct 2018 - 27 Oct 2018  7.15pm. Sat mat 2.15pm.  Swansea Grand Theatre Singleton Street, Swansea, SA1 3QJ

Box Office opening times: Mon – Sat, 9.30am – 8.00pm

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Kirsten will be appearing at the Hyst, Swansea City on the 26th October 2018

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Samba Doc is a community drumming band based in Pembroke Dock, from where we regularly support local charity functions and carnivals, as well as playing at sporting events such as Iron Man, Activity Wales triathlons, Bath Carnival and similar events throughout Pembrokeshire. We even perform at wedding receptions!


2018 marks the 10th anniversary since Samba Doc formed and we have chosen to celebrate it by setting ourselves a " Tour of Wales " challenge!


During the weekend of the 19th -21st October we are aiming to complete a 500-mile journey in 60 hours, to meet up with and perform in public, with 11 other Welsh Samba Bands in their home towns !


With Pudsey from Children in Need charity joining us on tour, we are hoping to collect money for him and his charity at each stop /playing point.


Swansea's Oxford Street was one of their stopping points on Sunday afternoon. The street vibrated with the sounds of their drums, and the children were given homemade rattles to join in with the fun.