Annual variety show is a sell-out success for club
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The Rotary Club of Huntingdon Cromwell’s annual Vaudeville evening was a high-kicking, show-stopping success.
The event took place at Buckden Village Hall on Friday and saw a packed line up of acts take to the stage, including dancers, singers, choirs, and even a ventriloquist.
Show producer, Dee Wormald, said the venue was a sell-out, with 120 people attending.
Mrs Wormald added: “The evening was fabulous, it was almost a professional quality show this year. The acts were just amazing. As they say, it all came together on the night and we had a great team behind the scenes who made it happen.”
Mrs Wormald said she had also received some excellent feedback from those who had attended on the night.
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It was the fourth year the Vaudeville evening has been put on by the club, with money raised set to be donated to rotary club charities.
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