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WILT perform the award winning Memories of Water

One of my hobbies is stage lighting and I was asked by Woobury Interesting Little Theatre (WILT) to light their performance of the award winning “Memories of Water” by Shelagh Stephenson performed at Woodbury Village Hall in East Devon.

The light plot required two light two main scenarios. A normal bedroom scene, ….

Memories of Water - Bedroom scene

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The show will go on but not without the help of a lot of people behind the scenes.

This year was the 26th year of our annual village show. I’m not talking fruit and veg here – although maybe a few lemons – but a variety show taking place at the end of November where village residents get up on stage and sing a song, do a sketch or come up with other ideas to keep the audience entertained, amused and returning year after year, raising money for charity in the process.

Tickets go on sale for the 3 performances at 9am on the first Saturday of November and, like Take That, Saturday night is usually sold out by 9:15 with Friday being sold out shortly after. No reports of Ticketmaster web servers crashing although Cyril’s cuppa gets cold sometimes.


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