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The Choir like to socialise during the year.    

 

11th December 2017

Christmas Social

Monday 11th December 2017 was the Seagrave Singers Christmas social night. We all got together in our Christmas finery to "let our hair down" at the Sondes Arms, Rockingham. 

We enjoyed great food, laughter and games. Picking up candy canes using a candy cane in your mouth is a lot harder than it looks. Pass the parcel on the other hand is a lot easier, and you win every time! Some of us enjoyed a tipple (or two) and we even managed to burst into song. 

A great night was had by all to end what has been an eventful year. So Happy Christmas to all and here's to exciting new beginnings for 2018.

Contributed by Alison Preedy

Seagrave Singer ~ Top Soprano  

 

 

 

September 2017

Top Hat theatre outing to Kilworth House Theatre

 

 

18th July 2017 

 A walking treasure hunt in Rothwell

"The Seagrave Singers Go Searching"

On Monday, 17th July, The Seagrave Singers ended their 2017 summer sessions with a Treasure Hunt in Rothwell, planned by Kay Carson and myself, Margaret Reed. Over 20 members enjoyed a look round the town centre searching for clues, and taking in many of the historic bildings in the town ~ the Market House, Jesus Hospital and Holy Trinity Church. No one got lost on their walk and afterwards we all met in the lounge of the Conservative Club at Tresham Hall, and enjoyed a buffet supper and a quiz.Great fun was had by all!!

Contribution by Margaret Reed ~

Seagrave Singer Second Soprano  

  

 

 

 17th June 2017

Kiss Me Kate theatre outing to Kilworth House Theatre

 It was a lovely/warm evening in June that several members of the Seagrave Singers, along with friends and family enjoyed another of Kilworth Outdoor Theatre shows. Most agreed it was one of the best shows they had seen there. 

This time it was KISS ME KATE, with music and lyrics by Cole Porter.......

 

1940's Baltimore and it's opening night.....Ten minutes to the curtain going up and backstage all hell is let loose! The story unfolds on and off stage as romantic entanglements, mistaken identities and hairy encounters ensue. The show is full of wit and mischief  and includes songs "Another Op'in, Another Show", "Brush Up Your Shakespeare", "To Darn Hot" and "So In Love".

 Contribution by Pippa Baker 

Seagrave Singer Alto.

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

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