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Celebration of King's Lynn's North End a success




A remarkable project involving 141 local children celebrating the history of Lynn’s North End was a resounding success on Saturday.

Kipper Feet was a ballet put on by the Noise & Chance Dance School, and was inspired by the poetry of North End fisher poet Frank Castleton. The dance school director Trina Lee marshalled her dancers to entertain the two packed houses.

Trina said: “It went very, very well. I was really pleased at the amount that turned up and it had the effect that I was after.

Noise and Chance School of Dancing Performing their Production of KIPPER FEET.Pictiured Centre front Trina Lee with principal cast.. (18302127)
Noise and Chance School of Dancing Performing their Production of KIPPER FEET.Pictiured Centre front Trina Lee with principal cast.. (18302127)

"It was just very heartwarming. The audience communicated with each other, which was fab. It was just about togetherness. Everything I wanted for King’s Lynn.

"It is definitely a show to be continued and I intend to put it on again in a couple of years time.”

The show was in support of the Shakespeare Guildhall Trust, who are fighting to keep the theatre open.

Trina said: The biggest thing for me was that there were women of my granny’s generation that had never been in the theatre before. I was so happy to think that something that I had put on managed to get those people in there.”


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