Programme for the 2006-2007 (75th) Season

Meetings except the April one will be held in Cross Street Chapel, Cross Street, Manchester and all except the February and April ones will start promptly at 7.30 pm. Assemble from 7.00 pm.
Visitors welcome at any meeting : bring a friend!

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Tuesday 3rd October 2006
"Under the following remarkable circumstances"

Martin Lamb, baritone accompanied by David Norris. Gilbert, Sullivan and telling the story with music.

members 5, visitors 7.
Tuesday 7th November 2006
"Must have a beginning you know"

Study evening on First Nights at the Savoy Presented by John Coates with supporting cast of members.

The Norman Beckett evening.
Tuesday 5th December 2006
"A dealer in Magic and spells"

A Magic Lantern evening

Tuesday 9th January 2007
Please note date, second Tuesday in month
"With choral joy delight the breeze

Social Singalong Evening

"Chiefly yourselves" singing choruses plus some instruction by Wilf Deakin on the wonderful double choruses.
Bring and share refreshments.
4th or 11th February 2007
"Oh Bliss, Oh Rapture"

Yvonne Patrick, soprano and Stephen Brown, tenor accompanied by David Norris.

Please note this meeting is on a Sunday afternoon.
A gift from Derek in memory of Phyllis Owen
Tuesday 6th March 2007
"In commemoration of this joyous occasion"

A celebration of our 75th Anniversary Presented by David Walton and Ray Walker.

The Sheila Taylor evening.

April 2007: Our April meeting is a whole weekend.
Blending amusement with instruction

Friday evening April 13th to Sunday 15th lunch,
at the Alma Lodge Hotel, Stockport.
More information in the magazines or from the Secretary.
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The Manchester Society at the Sixteenth Convention

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Tuesday 1st May 2007
"And now my Lords to the business of the day"

Annual General Meeting
plus entertainment


There is a courtesy arrangement between Liverpool and Manchester Societies whereby members of either may attend meetings of the other. Details available from the Hon. Secretary.

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