We are Huntingdon Community Radio
We are Huntingdon Community Radio station and our mission is to tell the local residents about what’s happening in their town and surrounding villages. We do all this while we bring to you the best of music from the 60’s through to the present day – 24 hours a day – and all achieved by dedicated volunteers.
We love Variety and we hope you do too!
After the success of the Friends of HCF104fm’s “Choral Voices” last year the group present “Variety Show 2016” at the Performing Arts Centre at Hinchingbrooke for this years’ Autumn fundraising event to support your local radio station. On Saturday 10th September staring at 7.30pm you will have the opportunity to sample a terrific array of local talent.
Playing for your delectation and delight is the Cambridgeshire Calendonian Pipe Band, you may have seen this traditional Scottish marching bagpipe and drum band leading the Huntingdon Carnival recently. Their splendid argyle jackets and waistcoats with kilts of the Weathered Logan Tartan give a special flare to their performance.
‘Bedazzled’ are part of the Bedazzle Theatre Arts which offers courses for students with special educational needs or assisted needs and their aim is to inspire creativity, instil confidence and improve communication skills. The group will be displaying their dancing skills.
Chris Bylett is ‘a man who is paid to talk to himself’ as his own advertising says. Discover his Magic and Ventertainment as he chats to his ‘friend’, Charlie.
Moira Shirra and her friends bring the wonder of the big musicals to life with beautiful renderings of familiar tunes.
Squire & Fable are the new Cambridgeshire folk duo of Soloman Smith and Katy Watts who have joined forces to create a pleasing mix of close harmonies. They will have a backing from the Saxongate singers.
Zenobia are a group of student belly dancers led by their tutor Vanessa Clipsham who will dance for your delight to well known Arabian tunes.
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