Players' triumphant musical in new home
THE show must go on – and so it did! St Augustine s Players opened at their new venue in Holy Trinity Parish Hall, Mossford Green, Barkingside following the closure of their own parish hall last year. They told the tale of Sleeping Beauty and had sold-o
THE show must go on - and so it did!
St Augustine's Players opened at their new venue in Holy Trinity Parish Hall, Mossford Green, Barkingside following the closure of their own parish hall last year.
They told the tale of Sleeping Beauty and had sold-out performances every night.
Cast and crew adapted well to their new home and the pantomime, written by David Roca-Mas and directed by Jo O'Connor, was a resounding success.
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Chairman Antonio Tempesta said: "Last year was a difficult year for us with the closure of our parish hall, which had been our home for 25 years, but now with the support and help from the members of Holy Trinity, we have found our new home and our thanks go to them.
"I would also like to thank the entire cast and backstage/front of house crew, as well as families and friends who did a tremendous job in supporting us. Well done all.
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