Max Lyrical is a seven-piece band with a repertoire from the 60's through to the modern day, from rock ‘n’ roll to Jessie J – so there will be something for all ages!
The evening will also have a South American flavour in honour of the World Cup in Brazil. A South American-inspired buffet will be served, along with fun games and a raffle to give the event a fiesta feeling.
Please come along and support The Lounge on what promises to be a great evening.
To find more about Max Lyrical, visit their webpage at.
One in four people experience mental health illness and it is commonly known that most mental health problems begin in adolescence.
Local ladies Tracy, Emily and Leanne launched Pink Elephant this year because they understand just how difficult the teenage years are and how important, as well as challenging it is to be a parent or carer.
Children, young people and families experience many different problems and you may recognise or have experienced any from the few mentioned here:
* Anxiety, stress, depression, low self-esteem, relationship difficulties
* Eating disorders, sleep difficulties, trauma/abuse, anger issues
* Bereavement, bullying, divorce, exam stress, autism, self-harm
* Older children/siblings leaving home, moving to a new school, new college, sixth form or university
The next scheduled skiffle event is planned for the afternoon of the 19th of May with the 6,5 Special Band playing this fun upbeat style of music. The event is getting more popular every time, so please get your tickets early from The Lounge to avoid disapointment.