Brendan's days presents.....The Great British Summer 2012! Well the good old British summer has begun wih the sun rays beaming over the top of the rain filled clouds so why not come and celebrate Great Britain at our Great British Summer party? 11th August 2012 is the date! We will be at The WHite horse in Eccles! inside and out! having the time of our lives! whilst at the same time raising loads of money for our Chosen Charity Teenage Cancer Trust! There will be a stage, singing, dancing ad general partying outside! and inside.. there will be a more relaxed atmosphere with live singers keeping the house nice and chilled... well until 7pm! LIZZIE GODDARD COLDSIDE LIFE IS A CABARET LOUISE BOOTHROYD SAM MORRIS ELLA CONSTANTINIDES DARTVERSITY PIANO TOM +MUCH MUCH MORE! 7pm The White Horse will be Transformed into a party like no other! Expect flashing lights, god quality music, and some great live acts!!! Why is it called Brendan's Day? I here you ask. At the age of 16, Brendan Lysaght was diagnosed with cancer. He fought it with determination, will power but most of all he fought it with a smile! 2 years later a short while after Brendan's 18th Birthday he unfortunaly lost his battle and passed away August 13th 2010. It was from that moment on that Co-founder of Me in the Media Kris Lysaght (Brendan's cousin) decided to turn Brendan's passing into a positive by raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust who helped Brendan through-out his treatment. That positive idea turned into Brendan's Day 2011 - August 13th 2011 - 1 year since Brendan had passed - A family fun Day / Street Party that happened in Brendan's Street - The event was a hugh sucess with the whole community coming together to raise so much money...that day we raised over £400. Then came 2012.....This year the event is on 11th August and it will sure be bigger and better than last year.... so.... WILL YOU BE THERE???? BRING YOUR WELLINGTON'S AND UMBRELLAS ITS THE GREAT BRITISH SUMMER!
“Louise has performed for us for the last 3 years at our annual talent show which covers an audition process to find the best and most original performers from the local area. There is a panel of professional celebrity judges and Louise has always come to the top on the results board but last year to our delight won the competition with her own quirky style of music and songwriting. She is an extremely talented young lady with a natural flair and unique sense of style both in her look and in her songwriting and performance. Being a professional singer and actress myself and a drama teacher of both adults and young people I am always excited by new and young talent and watching them develop and it has been a joy to watch Louise develop her skills and performance over the years, she is a delight to watch, very entertaining with amazing instrumental, songwriting and vocal ability. ”