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Spalding show proves variety is the spice of life




Smiles as the audience looks forward to curtain up. Photo (TIM WILSON): SG060318-117TW
Smiles as the audience looks forward to curtain up. Photo (TIM WILSON): SG060318-117TW

More than 200 elderly people enjoyed a lively show as the Rotary Club of Spalding and Welland staged its Age UK concert.

Among acts at the South Holland Centre were SADOS (Spalding Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society), previewing an upcoming production of Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Spalding’s St Nicolas Players with a selection of old time music hall numbers and Pinchbeck Tappers.

Top of the bill were Spellbound, featuring the magical comedy of Tracie Hughes and the wonderful vocals of Jennifer Bentley.

Rotarian Trevor Clay said the annual event remains as popular as ever.

“We normally get close to a full house,” he said. “It’s always a good night because the people who come join in with the singing and the clapping.”

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