Players celebrate the Millennium
Melton Times, October 26, 2000
The Wymondham Players will be performing their annual autumn production
tomorrow and Saturday evening (October 27/28, 2000) in a celebration of
the 20th century.
Their fun-packed family show will feature music of the last century and
sketches and slides about the village over the years.
Chairman Joy Whiteoak said: The Players do an autumn production yearly,
but we thought it would be nice to do something special for the Millennium
She added:I hope it will be a very successful evening.
Play on: Joy Whiteoak, Don Christie and Jenny Weston in a dress rehearsal
Three societies in the village will be joining in the Twentieth Century
Kaleidoscope fun, with the Sporting Club performing local sketches, the
Womens Institute playing a variety of music and the primary schools
parent teacher association performing hits from the musical Grease.
Villagers have been busy preparing for the show since February, with Jenny
Weston writing the local sketches and Joy Whiteoak and Clare Gamble making
many of the costumes.
Tickets for Fridays show are £3.50 and £2.50 with concessions
and the price for Saturdays show is £4.50.