Second visit by this ensemble, and what a hit they were with our capacity audience! This time there was just a little less opera and a few more faves from the shows - If I were a rich man, Don't cry for me Argentina, All I ask of you and Wouldn't it be luverley, to name just a few of the best known. But it was a really good mix: Gilbert & Sullivan got a look in (When I was a lad, from Pinafore) as did Henry Mancini (Moon River) and Franz Lehar (On my lips). Oh, and Mozart and Strauss... and we even had a couple of piano duets.
All fabulous stuff and no wonder the audience wore a big collective grin at the end of the evening, before setting off to Climb every mountain on their way home!
Big thanks to Matthew Craven, Judith Buckle, Claire Williamson, Stephanie Crooks, Ian Parrett and (on the ivories) Peter Bailey. Bravo!
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