The theatre company "Company Upfront" provided a first rate production, and brought their own props, lighting and sound. See HERE. They cost just under £1000 to book, which made a dent in the profits, but considering they were a team of six, who were with us for 5 hours, it was far from excessive.
It was a super, fun evening - and made a refreshing change from the usual round of political suppers, cheese and wine parties and quiz nights which are the staple Association events.
Here are a few photographs to whet the appetite!
|It's never too soon to teach a young political activist how to plunge a knife into someone's back.|
|On stage before the audience arrived:|
From left Bryan Potter, Susan Potter, Andrew Kennedy, Alexine Bullett, Nicky Bullett and Judith Bullett