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‘A Night With Carol’ at Cathedral Hall

Entertainer, volunteer and poet Carol Clarke will host a night of music and poetry tomorrow evening.

‘A Night With Carol' takes place at the Cathedral Hall, starting at 7pm.

Ms Clarke, who has been writing poems for more than 30 years, will perform alongside Francine Lee, Donna Dell, Vernelda Perinchief, John Ross, Waverley Minors, Edwina Fullerton, Rodina Fullerton, Shardee Lee, Elton Richardson, Grace Rawlins, Malinda Jennings, Leo Mills, Keith Lee, Beverley Thomas and Evelyn James-Barnett.

The church pianist and manager of Clarke's Tuxedo Shop on North Shore has been hosting the event for 20 years.

She will introduce the event's master of ceremonies, Leo Mills and patrons Vera Mills, Dennis and Natalie Wainwright and evangelist Verna Dickinson.

Ms Clarke has been a volunteer with BOM for four years and organises the annual seniors' party. Any funds raised will be split between the two causes.

Ms Clarke said: “The evening will be beyond measure. Come out and be blessed.”

Tickets are available at the door.

Carol Clarke

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Published August 26, 2016 at 5:21 pm (Updated August 26, 2016 at 5:21 pm)

‘A Night With Carol’ at Cathedral Hall

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