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Quadring hosts Saturday morning show as 30 youngsters hit the stage




Youngsters put on a fabulous show for a packed hall on Saturday morning as they appeared in The Roaring 20s.

The 1920s were contrasted with the 2020s as the story - set on New Year's Eve 1919 - flipped between the eras.

Liz Lenten, of Scarlet Music Services, said: "It was amazing. I think it's the best they have ever done.

"They played Scott Joplin on the glockenspiels, they danced the Charleston, and they sang the best I have ever heard them."

There were around 30 performers taking part, half aged five-12 years while half were young music leaders aged 13-18.

The show was staged at St Margaret's Hall, Quadring, with a 90-strong audience made up of parents, friends and residents.

Liz said audience feedback was terrific.

She said: "The show definitely blew us all away."

Also taking part were the choir Vibe, Liz's youth choir who meet at The South Holland Centre, Spalding, during term time.

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