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Oliver! is a milestone for King's Lynn Players, Lynn News letters

By Lynn News Reporter

For the production, that runs next week at Lynn’s Corn Exchange, will mark the Players’ 75th anniversary year.

The cast, in music, song and dance, will tell the famous story of the orphan boy who dared ask for more in Dickensian London. It will be a celebration of three-quarters-of-a-century of talented amateurs entertaining thousands of theatre-goers with a colourful treasury of musicals and plays. The show, directed by Stephen Hayter, promises to be a memorable production to savour, don’t miss it.

For some Players members, being involved in amateur theatre has been a life-long labour of love while others have honed their craft on the local stage and gone on to appear in the West End and on TV.

The award-winning King’s Lynn Players are to be warmly congratulated for all that has been achieved down the years.

Sophie Little of Treasure Quest with Bryony Ding and others from the cast of King's Lynn Players' Oliver! (9873769)
Sophie Little of Treasure Quest with Bryony Ding and others from the cast of King's Lynn Players' Oliver! (9873769)

To all those in the Players, past and present, who have so willingly given of their time and talents, both on and off stage, and entertained audiences through the years, thanks for some wonderful memories and Happy Anniversary.

Just as Oliver famously asks “for more” in the show, we, the appreciative audiences, are looking forward to “more” first-class entertainment form the Players for the next 25 years.

Richard Parr



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