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Quorn Young People's Fellowship 1962

Loughborough Echo - 9th March 1962

After a lapse of several years, the Young People's Fellowship on Friday and Saturday produced their revue, "Looking at You".

Written and produced by their leader, Terry Stirling, with able assistance from his fiancée, "Jackie" Smith, the young people gave an enjoyable entertainment. Terry's clever skits on the topical village landmarks, "The Railway Station", "The Institute" and "The Monument" were highly amusing, and his guitar duets with Peter Boyer proved most popular.

First-class co-operation was given by Bob Bishop, an old favourite, whilst lively interruptions were forthcoming from the sparkling Rae Dermott.

The whole show was a credit to the young people. Mrs E M Scott was the accompanist.

   
 Submitted on: 2010-09-05
 Submitted by: Kathryn Paterson
 Artefact ID: 914
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