There will be singing, dancing, joking and more at an upcoming Sheffield variety show to raise money for aid agency CAFOD.
The event will feature performances from people of all ages on Friday May 12 from 7pm at Sacred Heart Hall in Hillsborough.
The show has been organised by the Sheffield North Deanery, a collection of 11 Catholic churches.
CAFOD representative in Hallam, Maggie Mairura, said: “Thanks to Father Shaun Smith from Sacred Heart Church and the Sheffield North Deanery for organising this event.
“As well as raising funds for CAFOD, they are also providing an opportunity for people of the Deanery to join together to celebrate their involvement and have fun!”
Tickets for the show cost £5 for adults and £1 for children. Family tickets are also on offer for £10. Refreshments will be available to all in attendance.
Money raised from the event will go to aid agency CAFOD’s Connect2scheme which links communities in England & Wales with people in Brazil, Ethiopia, El Salvador, Cambodia and Peru.
Connect2 is built on CAFOD’s values of solidarity and partnership, where parishes in the UK are able to stand alongside communities overseas to fight against poverty and injustice.