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By Margaret Dixon - 18th March 2017 6:00am
Ashton Hayes Theatre Club have triumphed in their latest production, which is being performed at the Tarvin Community Centre on four nights this week. It is an adaptation of Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. The adaptation, by Yvette Owen, has produced an excellent and entertaining evening which was thoroughly enjoyed by the audience on Thursday.
This has been Yvette's dream for many years and not only has she been very successful but she has shown how talented she is. She also produced and directed the performance. The programme explains some of her ideas and here are her own words about what she has done.
"My love of this wonderful story, my love of the 1920's fashion, my love of music and my love of not playing by the rules" -- have been Yvette's motivation.
As well as the theatre club cast there were members of 3 local choirs taking part and modern songs. The cast, crew and singers all did a very good job to make this the success it was. The costumes and set were also noteworthy.
Ed: The final performance is this evening.
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