RBL reveals Proms in the Park details

This year’s Proms in the Park event will take place at the Wild Duck Café in Lapta on Wednesday, September 9, the Royal British Legion (RBL) Kyrenia Branch has announced.

Gates will open 6pm with the actual “Proms” being shown from 8:30pm, an RBL statement said.
Tickets, which are now available at the Wild Duck and also Best Seller book shops in Alsancak and Karakum, cost 10TL for members and 15TL for non-members.

“Sales are going well with over 50 sold so far and fancy dress is welcomed,” the press statement said. It added that people are welcome to bring their own food and drink, although the Wild Duck Café’s bar and kitchen will be open on the night with a “special menu” for the event.

Tickets are also available by phoning Brian Thomas on 0533 841 1882.
The RBL Kyrenia branch also announced that tickets for the 2015 RBL Theatre Players pantomime Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves will go on general sale to the public at the Lambousa Market box office from next saturday, September 5.

Front of house manager Andrew Cowley said: “All the profits raised go towards this year’s Poppy Appeal so it is a very worthy cause which we hope that expat community will support as much as they have done in previous years.”

The downstairs theatre at the Chateau Lambousa in Lapta will be the venue for the event.
Reservations cost 35TL which includes a few drinks on arrival. Tickets for children under 16 are 20TL.

The dates are Thursday 26, Friday 27 and Saturday 28 November for the two matinees which start at 10am. Pre-show meals at the Chateau Lambousa hotel restaurant can be booked via Mr Cowley on 0533 866 7563.

Other upcoming events announced by the RBL include a quiz night at the Black Olive Café in Alsancak on Monday September 7, starting at 7pm, a branch meeting on Monday, September 14 at 7pm at the North Shield pub in Lapta and a “Day at the Races” at the Courtyard Inn in Karakum at 4pm on Saturday September 26.

There will also be an “Access to Healthcare and Integration Road Show” by the consular staff of the British High Commission in the theatre of Chateau Lambousa on Wednesday, October 21 between 4.30pm and 7pm, to talk to British nationals regarding access to NHS healthcare in the UK.

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