D-DAY is fast approaching at St Stephen’s Church when the brilliant all-singing girl group The D-Day Darlings drop in for their concert at The Church on the Green (aka St Stephen’s) this Saturday, October 6.
And forming a guard for the top trio will be members of Redditch’s very own 37th Signal Regiment who will escort the ladies to the stage.
It’s the perfect time and venue to see the group too as they’ve just signed with Sony Music and with their debut album being released in November, it could be stadiums only for the Darlings.
Mark Reynolds, Warrant Officer Class 2, of 37th Signals Regiment said: “This is a great community event with local talents providing top class entertainment for local people in what is the hub of our town, St Stephen’s Church.
“37th Signal Regiment are delighted to be a part of this and be able to support the D-Day Darlings’ performance at St Stephen’s.
“Not only are we proud to march out with them at the start of their performance but we will welcome the opportunity to engage with members of the public and give advice on careers in the Army, both regular and reserve, to anyone who feels a rush of patriotic fervour!
“We also have among our ranks some local military re-enactors who will be in attendance showing off their World War 2 memorabilia and uniforms.”
Redditch Royal British Legion will also be attending the event providing the audience with an opportunity to support the 2018 Poppy Appeal.
A limited number of tickets at £10 each are still available for the concert from The Word Bookshop, The Music Shop or can be reserved by calling the ticket enquiry line 07484 641016.
All money raised for the concert will go towards the church restoration project.