Celebrating 20 years of red hot charity shows

HOT STUFF Performers take on The Full Monty at a Flaming Charity show.
HOT STUFF Performers take on The Full Monty at a Flaming Charity show.
0
Have your say

Firefighters will swap sirens for the spotlight as they gear up for their 20th charity show.

Flaming Charity, created by a group of West Yorkshire firefighters in 1993, has raised more than £150,000 for the Fire Fighters Charity, combining professional entertainmers with performances from local acts and the firefighters themselves.

This year’s Party Night Show will be held at the Frontier Club in Batley on Saturday December 7 at 7.45pm.

The show has a party theme and will feature singers Lacie Jay, Louise Nash and Simon Young as well as comedian Craig Harper and party band Infinity.

There will also be a special appearance from the Red Hot Dates, who feature in the West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service 2014 calendar.

Tickets cost £12-£15 depending on seating and can be bought from the box office on 01924 442122 or from Stuart on 07904032084.