IT IS quite a line up, packed with singing and comedy talent.
And a show called Sing Again reminds us that it is not the first time that local charity Caritas has stage d a show to benefit others.
Caritas was founded by musical colleagues and friends Gordon Balmforth, Alan Bradford, Elaine Cockram and Pat Graham.
All four have experience with choirs and musical theatre companies as performers, choreographers and musical directors.
Their aim in forming Caritas was to use those talents to raise money to help some of the more vulnerable, less able people in society.
And if it meant calling in favour from some of their musical friends, then they are happy to do that too.
The money the group raises for Caritas helps them support others.
They help those with long-term medical conditions and their carers by offering to do the weekly shopping, decorating or gardening. They also take individuals or groups of vulnerable people on outings.
They raise money by using their musical talents which is why tomorrow (July 30) they are back in concert at the UnitedŠReform Church Moldgreen.
The show starts at 7pm and includes the Barbara Peters Dancers and ReJoySing, the choir for young people run by Caritas.
Well known singers Norman Mellor, Wendy Smith and Elaine Cockram will perform duets and solos and their will be music too from husband and wife team Beth Dale and Andrew Bailey.
If comedy is your thing then how about The Really Useless Group with songs from Les Miserables, Sister Act and ABBA who bring with them a very starry lookalike. If you want to know who, then you will have to turn up.
The compere is Al Conway and tickets are £6 from George Cockram on 01484 421216.