Joanie’s word is her Bond at charity show

Joanie Penman (picture by Lifetime Photography)
Joanie Penman (picture by Lifetime Photography)

Top cabaret singer Joanie Penman is making a return to Levenmouth next month for a yearly charity spectacular.

The versatile club vocalist and tribute act performer will be at Lodge Balfour Melville in Methil on Friday, March 27 for her third annual charity gig to raise money for the Scottish Huntington’s Association (SHA).

The theme this year is ‘Casino Royale’, featuring a charity casino, while Joanie will be singing “a bit of Bond”.

Comedian Bert Allan is the special guest, while audience members are being encouraged to dress up as James Bond or a movie femme fatale.

“We hope to raise even more money than last year’s £1400,” explained Joanie, of Kirkcaldy. “I’ll be singing around an hour of Bond and jazz-themed songs while the casino is under way, and then we have the amazing Bert Allan – brilliant comedian – for around an hour, followed by a raffle, and then me finishing off the night with my Pop Party set.”

The £10 ticket price includes gaming chips and a free buffet.

Huntington’s Disease (HD) – a hereditary illness – is a neurological condition and part of a group of diseases which affect the brain and central nervous system. In HD, specific brain cells stop working properly and then die.

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