BUGSY MALONE is the summer show hitting the stage of the Iver Heath Village Hall this June but due to spiralling costs, the IVER HEATH DRAMA CLUB is doing all it can to raise money to help fund the show and save this 60 year old corner stone of the community.
The show will be presented by local comedian Rob Chambers and it is being produced by West End professionals Vicci Mitchell-Luker and Katie Healy and the show will include musical hits ranging from 'Queen'' to musical masterpieces like 'The Rhythm of Life'.
Terry Sharp, Director of Bugsy Malone, said "Tempo Through Time is a great night out and it is our biggest chance of helping pay some of the growing costs."
The club, which was in serious finacial difficulty about three years ago is currently in a healthy situation but without a good audience the club cannot afford to pay the bills.
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Last year's fundraising show, Variety Knights, rasied vital funds to help offset costs like rent and licenses.
The club, who is currently supported by Pinewood Studios and South Bucks District Council are funded entirely by ticket sales, donations and a £1 per week membership fee.
Tickets for BUGSY MALONE and Bugsy's Fundraising Raffle are now on sale - via the box office on 01753 652 616 or you can buy at the fundraising gala. Doors open at 5:30pm and tickets are available on the door.