Musical eve is a success
(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.