Leeds am-dram raises £400 for charities after summer plays
Friday 17th September 2021
LEEDS Amateur Dramatic Society raised more than £400 for local charities with its Plays & Picnics event, which returned after a break caused by the pandemic.
Staged at the Old Vicarage, Leeds, owned by Alastair and Sarah Pollock, over two nights last month, the audience were entertained by three short, one-act plays.
The players were: Paul Cordier, Jane Hopwood-Cowen, Helen Apps, Melissa Comins, Lesley Finlay, Sue Finnis and Adrian Lovis.
The plays, watched by around people over the two evenings, were free but donations on the door will be forwarded to local charities.
For details on how to get involved in next year's panto both on-stage and behind the scenes, get in touch via Facebook - @LADSamdram
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