WiRME and comedienne Hannah Dunleavy

A touch of class for women... Fresh from the Cambridge Comedy Club, comedienne Hannah Dunleavy wonders: if she's no longer working class and not yet middle class, does she have any class at all? Probably not. Performing at the inaugural meeting of the Women in Rural Music Enterprise, the award-winning Cambridge comedienne has a dry wit, and her sharp-edged, wry observations have deservedly earned her the reputation as one of the rising stars of the comedy circuit.

Anne L Ryan, Director of Moving Tone, Cambridgeshire's live music arts information service, says: 'We are delighted that Hannah Dunleavy will give us a laugh and help us launch WiRME, Women in Rural Music Enterprise, on Friday 4 July. We would like to encourage women at any stage of business development from the seed of an idea to being fully operational to come along and join us for a network evening with laughter and song.'

The first meeting of WiRME will take place at the Cambridge Meridian Golf Club, Toft, Cambridgeshire, on Friday, 4 July at 7pm. It is open to all women wishing to network in the local music business.

For more information call 01223 264991.