OLD time music hall is coming to Tenbury to support health services in Shropshire.

Internationally renowned husband and wife duo, tenor Kim Begley and soprano Elizabeth Collier, have leapt to the defence of their local hospital and NHS by organising a local talent-packed fundraising evening of Victorian Music Hall fun.

It promises to be a fun evening that will also raise funds to fight for health services in Shropshire.

All profits from the event will go the Shropshire Defend our NHS campaign.

Kim Begley started his singing career at the Players’ Theatre in Charing Cross London, famous for its Victorian Music Hall, before going on to the Guildhall School of Music and an international career performing major roles at most of the world’s great Opera Houses. He and enjoyed a long relationship with the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, where he started his career as a principal tenor, meeting and marrying his equally talented and successful soprano wife Liz (National Opera Studio , Glyndbourne, Scottish Opera).

They continued to organise Music Hall evenings together throughout their operatic careers and their huge experience promises that their audience will enjoy a wonderful night out.

The audience will be encouraged to dress for the occasion in “Good Old Days” fashion- but it is not compulsory. It takes place on Sunday, January 27 at 6pm.