MCT Member Update 25th March

We're hugely appreciative of the contributions you all make on a monthly basis, at this time more than ever, but we won't stop until we've got as many MCT members as possible. The next target we want to achieve is that 1,000 member mark. Hitting that number could add an additional minimum of just under £11,000 a year into the club budget.

Everything you contribute goes straight into improving the club, and alongside the club, we showcased that this week with the video that you can watch here.

MCT Podcast

The latest episode of the MCT podcast has been released, and you can listen to it by clicking this link.

Chris, Sam and Stuart discuss what's been happening, what's happening now and what's coming up soon for members to get involved in.

Part of the membership drive also includes a drive to increase the number of MCT Patrons we have. Sam walks through some of the ideas around that on the podcast too.

Club Dinner

The club dinner that was cancelled due to Covid has now been rescheduled for Saturday 30th April.

If you had already secured your spot at the dinner before it got cancelled originally then please get in touch with Mark Kelly at the club to make sure you confirm your attendance.

Tables of 10 are available for £400, while individual tickets cost £45. You'll get a three-course meal, the chance to bid for some brilliant raffle prizes and an evening of entertainment at Port Glasgow Town Hall, hosted by Des McKeown.

For more information or to book, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to email Mark.

Mon eh Ton! Play

We're only a few weeks away from the 100th anniversary of our Scottish Cup win, and the "Mon eh 'Ton!" play is returning to the Beacon Theatre as part of the celebrations.

Fellow MCT member, Davie Carswell, informs us that rehearsals are well underway and the cast are really looking forward to stage the show. Audiences had a phenomenal reaction during the last run and we're hoping to see the same again this year.

MCT and the club will benefit financially from the show, with 100% of the raffle takings going to the club, and the last run raised around £2,500.

It's running on Thursday 14th, Friday 15th and Saturday 16th April and you can buy your tickets here. We'll see you there.
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