Lenny Beige and Friends raise funds for The Sara Lee Trust
Join Lenny Beige and Friends on Friday 7th February at The Masonic Hall in St Leonards to raise funds for local charity The Sara Lee Trust. Steve Furst will be providing an evening of unhinged classic entertainment from his alter-ego Lenny Beige, with Andrew Farr bringing alive the story and music of Edith Piaf.
There will also be special surprise guests, as well as writer David Quantick, who will be hosting this fantastic evening, full of top-flight entertainment.
Steve Furst is one of the best known comedy faces in Britain, having starred in nearly 30 ‘Gold Spot’ commercials for Orange alongside some of the most well-known names in movies. He was a regular supporting actor in all three seasons of the hugely successful Little Britain.
As his alter-ego Lenny Beige, Steve wrote and starred in The Lenny Beige Television Show on Channel 4 and 2 series of The Lenny Beige Variety Pack for BBC.
The event will take place at The Masonic Hall, 1 East Ascent in St Leonards. Doors open at 7 pm for an 8 pm start.
Tickets for Lenny Beige & Friends are £16 (booking fees may apply) and are available online at www.saraleetrust.org or by calling The Sara Lee Trust Fundraising Team on 01424 457969.
Funds raised from this event will help The Sara Lee Trust who provide free specialist counselling, complementary therapies, and group support activities to people affected by cancer and other life-threatening illnesses in Hastings and Rother.
For more information about The Sara Lee Trust, visit www.saraleetrust.org