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Music, film and foreign food at CYCM....

Entertaining you inside the welcoming environs of CYCM on Monday will be a Mancunian cultural gem, whose talented fingers now threaten to surpass even the feet that once out-danced Legs and Co to ‘Brown Girl in the Ring’ on Top of the Pops.

Writer, artist and musician Bernard Kelly makes a much-anticipated return with his trusty ukulele and some mystery band members, ready to regale us with his inimitable brand of melancholy, funny, heartfelt and astute lyrical observations and ponderings.

Before we reach the top of the bill, our resident film archivist will be inducing warm bouts of nostalgia with some projectile rays of footballing and musical heritage. This is an experimental experimentation with a controversial new form of media that looks like television, but isn’t really ‘cos it comes through a computer, so don’t worry kids.

With it being a bank holiday, Droylsden’s favourite bakery is closed, so they can’t provide the usual tater ash, cheese & onion pies or wimberry charlottes. Volunteers will therefore be working extra hard over the weekend to produce a panoply of dishes to try to bridge the inevitable hunger gap. For vegetarians, there will be Jumbo hot dogs alongside veggie pizza and Bulgarian veg hot pot.

As we have an inclusive policy on minorities, meat-eaters will also be catered for with a Chicken Stew from the Bay. For cake fans, as well as the rapidly wimberry-trumping Victoria Sponge, a special bay-baked chocolate Easter cake will also bolster the sweet-toothed offerings.

Bottled beer of course, as well as soft drinks, tea, coffee and hot chocolate will all be on offer as usual, and the now familiar rules apply – members-only, non-members can be signed in as a guest, doors open around 12…

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First Posted ~ 18:54 Sat 30 Mar 2013
News ID ~ 4820
Last Updated ~ 18:54 Sat 13 Apr 2013