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Pop In Performers Group

“Now for a brief lesson in music…

B Sharp, Never B Flat, Always B Natural”

7th May 2015 Very   proud   of   my   group   how well          they          conducted themselves   during   a   talk   by Jan     a     Guide     dog     trainer tonight. Intelligent      questions      were asked    by    so    many    of    our youngsters,    who    showed    a real     interest     in     the     talk, great    singing    too    well    done everyone !

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If you are interested and want to know more phone Alison Bennett 01929 472 023 “If you have a talent, no matter how small use it to the full” The   Pop   In   Performers   Group   meet   every   Thursday   night   at   The   Drax   Hall   6pm   until   8pm.   The   groups   includes   adult   and   child   performers   and stages   regular   shows,   a   Summer   Show,   and   a   Christmas   Show      which   showcases   the   local   talent   of   all   ages.      The   group   gives   many   creative opportunities to sing dance and to learn stagecraft, drama and artwork while producing productions. The   money   from   the   productions   goes   to   various   charities   and   worthy   causes   that   are   decided   upon   by   the   Team.   If   you   have   a   worthy   Cause that you would like us to consider please get in touch with us. New   members   are   always   welcome;   all   adults   that   join   will   need   to   have   a   DBS   check   to   comply   with   our   Child   Protection   Policy.   So   if   you   are interested and want to know more phone Alison Bennett 01929 472023. Perfo rmer Award 17th September Tonight   we   presented   the   most   Improved   Performer Award,   after   a   talk   to   express   that   everyone's   contribution   is   greatly valued   especially   when   all   the   shows   raise   much   needed   funds   for   worthy   causes.   The   2015   Most   Improved   Performer Award   went   to Aimee   Rowe   who   has   been   with   the   group   for   some   time,   its   been   very   rewarding   to   witness   her   blossom and   see   her   confidence   and   ability   improve   a   great   deal   in   this   time.   Well   done   Aimee   and   well   done,   to   all   our   Young Performers

Below - Some performers learning their script’s 2016

29th September 2016 Tonight   at   Pop   In   Performers   we   presented   the   shield   for   the   most   Improved   young   performer   to   Ella   Bishop,   Congratulations   Ella,      a   great year in the group.
11th October 2017 Last   night   I   presented   the   Pamela   Hoare   Award   for   most   improved   performer,   I   always   really   consider   very   carefully   who will   be   given   this   Award.   This   year   it   was   presented   to   a   young   boy   who   has   been   part   of   the   group   since   he   was   about   5 years   old,during   this   time   he   has   undergone   various   surgical   procedures   on   his   lip   and   face,   he   has   been   through   a   lot but   he   has   always   enjoyed   coming   along   to   the   group   and   has   always   tried   so   hard   over   the   years   with   his   speech   and singing.   In   the   summer   we   staged   Way   Out   West   and   he   really   excelled   in   his   role   as   Dusty   Slim.   There   is   a   great   lesson here   for   us   all   we   just   need   to   keep   going   and   sometimes   against   all   the   odds   you   can   still   become   really   great   at   things if you want to be. Congratulations to Jordan Hughes the 2017 winner well done I’m really proud of you!
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Pop In Performers Group

Alison’s message board

No messages If   you   are   interested   and   want   to   know   more   phone   Alison   Bennett 01929 472 023 “If you have a talent, no matter how small use it to the full” The   Pop   In   Performers   Group   meet   every   Thursday   night   at   The   Drax Hall   6pm   until   8pm.   The   groups   includes   adult   and   child   performers   and stages   regular   shows,   a   Summer   Show,   and   a   Christmas   Show      which showcases   the   local   talent   of   all   ages.      The   group   gives   many   creative opportunities   to   sing   dance   and   to   learn   stagecraft,   drama   and   artwork while producing productions. The   money   from   the   productions   goes   to   various   charities   and   worthy causes   that   are   decided   upon   by   the   Team.   If   you   have   a   worthy   Cause that you would like us to consider please get in touch with us. New   members   are   always   welcome;   all   adults   that   join   will   need   to have   a   DBS   check   to   comply   with   our   Child   Protection   Policy.   So   if   you are   interested   and   want   to   know   more   phone   Alison   Bennett   01929 472023. Perf ormer Award 17th September Tonight   we   presented   the   most   Improved   Performer Award,    after    a    talk    to    express    that    everyone's contribution   is   greatly   valued   especially   when   all the    shows    raise    much    needed    funds    for    worthy causes.   The   2015   Most   Improved   Performer   Award went   to   Aimee   Rowe   who   has   been   with   the   group for   some   time,   its   been   very   rewarding   to   witness   her   blossom   and   see her   confidence   and   ability   improve   a   great   deal   in   this   time.   Well   done Aimee and we ll d one, to all our Young Perform ers

Below - Some performers learning their script’s

2016

29th September 2016 Tonight   at   Pop   In   Performers   we   presented   the   shield   for   the   most Improved   young   performer   to   Ella   Bishop,   Congratulations   Ella,      a   great year in the group.
11th October 2017 Last   night   I   presented   the   Pamela   Hoare   Award   for   most improved   performer,   I   always   really   consider   very   carefully who   will   be   given   this   Award.   This   year   it   was   presented   to   a young   boy   who   has   been   part   of   the   group   since   he   was about    5    years    old,during    this    time    he    has    undergone various   surgical   procedures   on   his   lip   and   face,   he   has   been through   a   lot   but   he   has   always   enjoyed   coming   along   to the   group   and   has   always   tried   so   hard   over   the   years   with his   speech   and   singing.   In   the   summer   we   staged   Way   Out West   and   he   really   excelled   in   his   role   as   Dusty   Slim.   There is   a   great   lesson   here   for   us   all   we   just   need   to   keep   going and   sometimes   against   all   the   odds   you   can   still   become really   great   at   things   if   you   want   to   be.   Congratulations   to Jordan   Hughes   the   2017   winner   well   done   I’m   really   proud of you!