Lynn News All Our Yesterdays 2005: Watlington Players, ‘Glastonbury’ at Grimston’s Manor Farm, Creake Drama Group, North Lynn Discovery Centre
• All Our Yesterdays June 13, part one: arts and entertainment:
June 2005: Watlington Players were thrown into a spin when choreographer Jane Wallace was admitted to hospital with double pneumonia just weeks before the group were due to stage Singin’ in The Rain at the village hall. But after a ten-day stay in hospital, she was allowed home and soon checked in on a rehearsal.
Soaking their feet are Tom Clarke (left) and Hugh Pearce, joined by Jane Wallace (holding the umbrella) and Penny Cooke, of Watlington School of Dance who stepped in while Jane was away. Photo: MLNF-0506192
June 2005: Music fans were in for a treat when a mini-version of the Glastonbury Festival was held at Grimston’s Manor Farm – and hopefully without the mud!
Here are some band members helping to promote the show, from left, Andrew Hill, Peter Appleyard, Carl Moore, Andrew Graham, John Setchell, Sam Moyse and Joe Graham.
The outdoor festival, organised by the Friends of St Botolph’s Church to raise money for its upkeep, had booked in local bands Patchwork, Appleyard, Evolution and Stone Pony. Photo: MLNF-0506920
June 2013: These members of the Creake Drama Group were hoping their next production would meet with a chorus of approval, despite the choice of their summer play – Alan Ayckbourn’s “A Chorus of Disapproval”.
Front from left are Sally Wiskin, Robert Hill, Phil Lines, Karen Adams, Harry Studd and Ros Haywood.
June 2013: Members of the Springtime Singers are pictured at rehearsal for their Raise Your Voice show.
This was staged at Lynn’s Arts Centre helping to raise funds for the North Lynn Discovery Centre.
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