North Walsham variety show helps Guide Dog funds
A 16-strong cast, some of whom had never been on stage before, took part in a charity Variety Showtime at North Walsham Community Centre.
The event kick started a year's fundraising with �100 which will go to Guide Dogs For The Blind at the end of the year, said organiser Colin Jeary who is director North Walsham Players.
The show featured several song and dance routines including Don't Stop Believing, a medley which celebrated the Great Britain Olympic medalists, also Happy Days which featured a slideshow of photos taken during the rehearsal stages of the show.
There were also comedy sketches and a guest appearance from past member Roseanna Kemp who sang Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again and Love Never Dies.
Mr Jeary thanked all the cast, crew, supporters and audience members.
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The next show to be performed by the North Walsham Players at North Walsham Community Centre will be a pantomime in February watch.
The Players are looking for new members aged eight and upwards for various parts in the next show. Anyone interested should call Colin on (01692) 402116 or email email@example.com.
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