#Raggle Taggles at Millman Street Community Centre

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The Raggle-Taggles debut…

Last Wednesday (8th March) saw the debut of The Raggle Taggles at Millman Street Community Centre.

The Raggle Taggles feature some members of Norman’s Play Reading Group (Tuesdays at the Centre, 2:30pm to 4pm), and a few Mary Ward Centre Players, including Norman (obviously), Anne, Jim, Joyce, Tessa and ‘King’ Canute (back from America), with Lawrence at the piano.

The songs performed included Edelweiss, Moon River and Consider Yourself and We’ll Meet Again.

“It was a very versatile and entertaining performance,” said our manager, Andrew.

Fred agreed.  “Good one, it was,” he said.  “It was a very good show.  They also did some tongue-twisters,” he added, “Like Red Lorry, Yellow Lorry, ten times.”

Olive also enjoyed herself.  “She was clapping away to the music,” Fred recalled, and they both joined in with the singing.  Anne also liked the concert and had a bit of a sing-a-long.

“It was alright,” Ivy said.  “They knew what they were doing.”

Nuff said. Sarah took some half-decent picture (see below).

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Holborn Community Association would like to thank The Raggle Taggles for performing free of charge for our members.  We hope that they will play for us again at the Centre.

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“Thank gawd it’s over…” whispers Queenie (not really)

Properly-taken photos by Sarah; report by Notes Smudger

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