The Musical Cheers concert in Ditchling Village Hall on Sunday 6th November raised £875 for St Peter and St James Hospice.
The large audience clearly relished a very varied programme of mainly love and season related songs. The singers were Julie Roberts, Ellen Hinton, Malin Maunder and Norman Armstrong. Herbie Flowers played electric bass and tuba. Michael Hinton, who produced and directed the show, played piano.
The programme included songs from shows, jazz standards, an original song by Herbie Flowers, a Gilbert and Sullivan song updated to contain many contemporary and local references, and even a song in Swedish.
The show was a great success all round.
Bishops Close, Hurstpierpoint
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