World famous female impersonator Ceri Dupree is returning to Llanelli again to help raise funds for CETMA’s Llanelli LGBT Support Group Project.
The show will be taking place on Saturday 25th March in the Morfa Social Club (Tin Hut), doors open from 7pm and Project Manager Keith Evans said:
“Ceri’s show in August was amazing. People just couldn’t get enough and asked us to book him for another show as soon as possible.”
Lisa Moore, who attended the August show said:
“It was a fabulous night, Llanelli needs more shows like this. Thanks for organising it, we’d love more nights like this please!”
Tickets, which are £10 are available online via www.cetma.org.uk, in Morfa Social Club or you can call in to CETMA, Units 1 to 4 Enterprise Workshops, 100 Trostre Rd, Llanelli, SA15 2EA.
Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/148162925653774/
If you’re LGBT, and need someone to talk to, then please call the project who will arrange for you to speak to a volunteer.
The Llanelli LGBT Support Project aims to set up a regular drop in session for LGBTs, give Llanelli LGBTs the ability to comment via all platforms, increase LGBT community participation, and publicise Llanelli LGBT Support via attendance at events.
If anyone would like to volunteer or find out more then please email email@example.com or visit https://www.facebook.com/LlanelliLGBT
To find out more about CETMA and the work is does, please visit www.cetma.org.uk
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