A charity entertainment festival held in Chorleywood has been dubbed the "best event in a generation" by organisers.
The Friends of Prostate Sufferers (FOPS) held the event in the Chorleywood Memorial Hall on Monday March 5, from 7.30pm.
It featured jazz group the Janet Seidel Trio and "Mutton" a comedy sketch show about women dealing with middle age.
Bob Arthy, from the charity, said: "It really was a sell out spectacular.
The Mutton girls and the Janet Seidel Trio both weaved their magic.
"The 200 packed into the Memorial Hall applauded and cheered each and every highspot of the virtuoso performances that flowed from these two highly talented groups of professional artists.
"The best event that's happened in Chorleywood for a generation would be accurate."
The event raised £2,000 for the FOPS.
The FOPS greatest accomplishment is that, working together, we have helped, and will keep on helping, men affected by Prostate Cancer (also known as 'Tiger Cancer') turn themselves away from their personal precipices and get their lives back together. Learn more...
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