Being Heard present 'Every Life Has It's Purpose' Musical Monday 13th November 2017 Between 6 & 8pm 

Come and join in our wonderful ‘Lord Fauntleroy’ singing showcase. 
 
You are invited to the Cerebral Palsy Midlands Annual General Meeting (AGM) and musical production ‘Every Life has its purpose’, telling the life and story of Dr Earl Carlson and how CPM came to be. Celebrating 70 years of service the musically talented ‘Being Heard’, together with the help of Musical Director Richard Ganner have written, produced and directed an 8-song sequence for the fantastic performance; ‘Every Life has its Purpose’. 
 
CPM is a community day centre and charity for people with a wide a range of disabilities. Our ‘Every Life Has It's Purpose’ production will be incredibly inspiring and make you think that anything is possible.  
 
Being Heard performer, Anthony Lunney said; 'Bring your tissues, the show is fantastic and inspirational. We have written all the songs together in our group, with the help of Richard. We tell the story of how we came to be and how proud we are to be 70! We are all so proud and want everyone to come and see our show, everyone should get to see it.' 
 
The show will begin after the AGM around 7pm and will be held in the media room in our centre. 
Free event and everyone welcome, the whole family. 
Refreshments will be available on the evening. 
 
The address for Cerebral Palsy Midlands is 17 Victoria Road, Harborne, Birmingham B17 0AQ. For more information contact our Development Officer Sarah Lilly, you can email sarah@cpmids.org.uk or telephpone 0121 427 3182. 
 
 
 

Reserve your seat for the AGM & Being Heard performance 'Every Life Has It's Purpose'