‘Everyone who took part thoroughly enjoyed themselves’ – Royston’s Trinity Life Church members have a ball with Cinderella show

PUBLISHED: 17:02 03 March 2017

Fairy Godmother Terry Walmsley, Ugly Sisters Graham Jones, Prince Charming Paul Brown, Cinderella Jocelyn Hails, Baroness Hardup Gill Gutteridge,  Buttons Amadeus Hall, Interpreter Rowan Hails. Picture: Graham Jones

Fairy Godmother Terry Walmsley, Ugly Sisters Graham Jones, Prince Charming Paul Brown, Cinderella Jocelyn Hails, Baroness Hardup Gill Gutteridge, Buttons Amadeus Hall, Interpreter Rowan Hails. Picture: Graham Jones

Graham Jones

A small group from Trinity Life Church held a tea and cakes fundraising event at Royston’s Market Hill Rooms on Saturday afternoon – complete with entertainment to raise cash for their building fund.

The Fairy Godmother consoles Cinders. Picture: Graham JonesThe Fairy Godmother consoles Cinders. Picture: Graham Jones

The show was an alternative version of children’s classic, Cinderella.

Graham Jones said: “The audience were appreciative – oh yes they were! – Cinders is now training to be a jockey at Newmarket stables and the prince is married to both ugly sisters!”

The performances ranged in ages, but everyone was said to have had a great time.

Gill Gutteridge, the show’s own Baroness Hardup, told the Crow: “Rehearsals were few, put everyone gave a polished performance.

“Everyone who took part thoroughly enjoyed themselves – both young and old.”

In October last year the church held a concert with Herts-native and former Britain’s Got Talent teenage sensation Gabz as their headline act.

So what’s next for the group? Gill said: “Watch this space!”

Trinity Life Church currently meet on Sundays at Royston Town Hall. To donate to its building fund, see www.tlcroyston.org.uk.

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