Old folk entertained in Spalding

Spalding Folk clubs Martin Browne entertaining. SG010316-204TW
Spalding Folk clubs Martin Browne entertaining. SG010316-204TW
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Around 300 elderly people were wonderfully entertained at this year’s annual Rotary Variety Show at Spalding’s South Holland Centre.

Pensioners from across the district were invited to attend the 25-year-old annual show by Age UK.

Rodney Britten playing his popular tunes on piano. SG010316-202TW

Rodney Britten playing his popular tunes on piano. SG010316-202TW

Founded by the Rotary Club of Spalding, the shows are now run by the merged Rotary Club of Spalding and Welland, a group dedidicated to raising funds for charities both local and global.

The entertainment on Tuesday night included music, acting and comedy.

SADOS with the kids from The Biz previewed their production of Oliver!the Musical that will be performed at the South Holland Centre from May 18 to 21 for general audiences.

Local crooner Phil Wigger, Spalding Folk Club duo Martin and Elizabeth, and singing guitarist Kayliegh Allen all provided musical delights for those attending.

All smiles at a great night out. SG010316-209TW

All smiles at a great night out. SG010316-209TW

Also on the menu from Tracie Hughes and Jennifer Bentley was the Spellbound show, an amazing duo performing music, magic and comedy in an exciting blend.

Compere for the night was Rotarian Richard Thacker.

Rotarian and organist Rodney Britten also entertained, playing some popular and well-loved music for the audience.

Very excitec audience ready for the show to start. SG010316-217TW

Very excitec audience ready for the show to start. SG010316-217TW

Pinchbeck Tappers entertaining the crowd. SG010316-201TW

Pinchbeck Tappers entertaining the crowd. SG010316-201TW