Hundreds entertained at Music and Mirth show

From left to right: Julian Biggs, Caroline Powell, Nick Taylor, Paul Bailey, Fleur Ogilvy, and Nigel Johnson-Hill
From left to right: Julian Biggs, Caroline Powell, Nick Taylor, Paul Bailey, Fleur Ogilvy, and Nigel Johnson-Hill
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More than 200 people were entertained by the two fundraising evening performances of ‘Music and Mirth’, which were held in Fernhurst Village Hall.

‘Julian Biggs and Chums’ presented the performances over February 17 and 18, providing a show of musical and comedy sketches. Julian Biggs, who is from Lynchmere, is treasurer for the Lynchmere and Camelsdale Parochial Church Council. The show culminated in a performance of ‘Brexit the Musical’, created by fellow performer Nigel Johnson-Hill, and directed by Juliet Page. Fish and chips were provided for the audience during the interval. The two performances helped to raise £4,000 for St Peter’s Church in Lynchmere and St Margaret’s in Fernhurst.

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