Vesta Tilley by Ray Sturdy
26 October @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm£2.00
Ray Sturdy returns to entertain us once again, this time with the life story of Vesta Tilley who rose up from nothing to become the highest paid music hall and theatre entertainer of her age. She was a Worcester girl and was best known for her male impersonations, especially military men, during the Great War. She remains an inspiration for what can be achieved with a determination to succeed in life.
All Winter Lectures are held at Christchurch Hall in Avenue Road, Great Malvern, unless otherwise stated.
Lectures begin at 7.30 and admission is free to Friends of Malvern Museum or £2 for visitors.
Refreshments are served at the end of the evening for a small charge.