Robin Hood production is a charity winner
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Robin Hood, The 29th production by Fusion Musical Theatre, was warmly received by a packed audience at St Johns Lecture Theatre in Loddon.
The show comprised children from four local schools, who had all performed Robin Hood in their own schools earlier that week.
This was the grand finale where they all came together for the Big Sing.
The quality of the acting was outstanding and the singing raised the roof in true Fusion style.
The charity performance brought the total raised by Fusion for the Bulgarian Orphans Fund to a fantastic £2,510 which has made a significant difference to the lives of children who have very little.
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Fusion also offers sponsored places to keen local children who would otherwise be unable to afford a place. They rely on donations from local people and charities so if you want to help a child to develop their confidence and performing skills, get in touch with Fusion.
Next term there is a brand new production at a new rehearsal time of 5pm until 6.30pm every Thursday in the Quaker Meeting Room, Beccles. Visit www.fusionmusicaltheatre.co.uk for more.
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