Mu­si­cal eve is a suc­cess

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Neighbourhood News -

(pic­tures sup­plied by RWT Pho­tog­ra­phy) TWO tal­ented singers took to the stage to per­form well-re­ceived set of mu­si­cal clas­sics.

Both Amanda Thom­son and Fern­ley Cop­ping were in­vited to the North-east Cam­bridgeshire Con­ser­va­tive As­so­ci­a­tion’s (NECCA) spring mu­si­cal evening.

The duo, who go by the name of Rap­port, wowed the au­di­ence at the Whit­tle­sey Con­ser­va­tive Club in Whit­more Street.

NECCA sec­re­tary, Gill Lawrence, said: “We were en­ter­tained with a va­ri­ety of num­bers from Wicked, Spa­malot, Les Mis­er­ables, The Drowsy Chap­er­one. There was also sev­eral old favourites in­clud­ing Oliver! and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

“The duo acted out each mu­si­cal num­ber to a high de­gree of pro­fes­sion­al­ism and were ac­com­pa­nied by An­gela Hankins at the key­board.

“Amanda un­der­took a cos­tume change for each group of songs whilst Fern­ley re­counted amus­ing facts and sto­ries.

“The au­di­ence of 80 en­joyed the whole evening’s en­ter­tain­ment im­mensely and also de­clared the sup­per to be ex­tremely good.”

The next NECCA event is a quiz night with a fish and chip sup­per on Fri­day, May 11. Quiz teams can up be up to six peo­ple and tick­ets cost £8.

It takes place at Whit­tle­sey Con­ser­va­tive Club and doors are open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. To book tick­ets call Ann Ma­son on 01733 208215.

To find out more about fu­ture events or­gan­ised by the club, visit www.necamb­scon­ser­va­tives.com.

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