There’s a fantastic night of variety in store at the Auditorium this weekend when the Sunday Night Variety Show in aid of Breast Cancer Now takes to the stage.
The show features comedy ventriloquist and Britain’s Got Talent finalist Steve Hewlett and performances by Only One Direction, Dave ‘aka’ Gary Barlow and Clifton’s Dance Academy.
Breast Cancer Now is the UK’s largest Breast Cancer Research Charity, created by the merger last year of Breast Cancer Campaign and Breakthrough Breast Cancer. The charity’s focus is to raise much needed funds for ongoing research and to meet their ambition that by 2050, no one will die from breast cancer.
To book tickets call the Box Office on 0300 300 0035, book online at www.grimsbyauditorium.org.uk or call into the Cleethorpes TIC
Viva Hair has been bringing top class hairdressing and innovative styling to Scartho since 2005 and it’s the pride and joy of Tracey, who has been proprietor since the salon opened and Lucy, who started out as an apprentice and is now a stylist in her own right, specialising in BDs and wedding hair.
It’s a stylish, comfortable and relaxed setting with all appointments lasting a full hour, allowing plenty of time for excellent one to one service and a complementary head massage for every client. Their aim is to make Viva a place that people will really look forward to visiting and where clients know that they’ll get the best possible service every time.
With four luxurious treatment rooms and a wide range of therapies on offer, including their own unique massage, ear candling, reflexology, aromatherapy and hot stone and Indian head massage, De-Lovely has built a reputation as the perfect place to go for top quality beauty and holistic therapy. Spa days are a speciality and owner Kate Smith (above) and her team welcome women, men and couples and offer gift vouchers so you can treat a loved one to day of pampering. They’re also the only east coast representatives for Germaine de Capuccini skin care products and they’re expert cosmeticians so you know that when you leave De-Lovely you’ll always be looking great!
This year’s Tour de Yorkshire ran from Friday 29th April to Sunday 1st May, beginning in Beverley and finishing in Scarborough and covering 520km (that’s 323 miles in English money) along the way.
And of course at each town they visited they turned the streets blue and yellow, with bunting, flags, face paint and of course dozens of bicycles hanging from trees, perched on rooftops or hung above shop doorways.
We went across to the start at Beverley to take a look at what happens when dozens of cyclists, hundreds of crew and a couple of dozen huge busses take over the centre of a small mediaeval market town, and to soak up some of the atmosphere of the big day.
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