EastEnders Legend Returns to Sidcup

EastEnders legend Pam St. Clement will be returning to Sidcup as part of a popular cultural initiative between Holy Trinity Church, Lamorbey and Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance.

The popular actor will talk about her time living and studying in Sidcup, as a student at Rose Bruford College, and her subsequent career which includes playing the role of Pat Butcher for over 25 years.

Now in its second year, Sidcup Words & Music celebrates cultural figures connected to Sidcup. In 2015 a capacity audience attended an event with the illustrator Sir Quentin Blake.

Fr Philip Wells, Vicar of Holy Trinity Church, Lamorbey said; “Following on from the success of our inaugural event last year we are delighted to be working in partnership with Rose Bruford College again. This is a celebration of the arts for the whole local community and we are so pleased that Pam St Clement will be joining us for this special occasion.”

Professor Michael Earley, Principal of Rose Bruford College said;
“We are once again delighted to being doing a second Sidcup Words and Music event with Holy Trinity Church. Attracting someone as widely popular as Pam St Clement, who is also one of our alumni, to be in conversation in front of Sidcup audiences will be a special treat. We are pleased that this local cultural initiative continues.”

Sidcup Words and Music Presents: An Evening with Pam St. Clement, is at 7pm on Tuesday 14 June in Holy Trinity Church, Lamorbey, DA15 9AE. Tickets cost £10 and can be purchased online at www.bruford.ac.uk

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