Oct 15, 2020
As Autumn starts to arrive we look back on the year to date and think of the unusual circumstances we found ourselves in and the times of inspiration to be creative. Please enjoy this evenings showcase sharing theatre, music, recitals and dance
‘The Rainbow Project’ was an initiative that ran over the summer to bring together Shropshire musicians who were unable to rehearse together during lockdown. Over 28 performers, ranging from novices to professionals sent in more than 40 videos for inclusion in the project.
Alison Stevens, Manager of Shropshire Music Service said:
“I’m really pleased with this project. For many people, playing music is more than just a hobby. It’s very social, it can be therapeutic and keep people connected. I’m so glad we have been able to continue to play music together, albeit in a new and different way.”
A very talented young musician performs on the piano.
This is a sea shanty and an old favourite of male voice choirs.
The origins of the term Jolly Roger are disputed. According to one theory, the buccaneers who operated around the West Indies in the 1600s used a red flag dipped in blood or paint, whichever was on hand ! The French supposedly called this the “joli rouge,” which the English, with their traditional disregard for the niceties of pronunciation, corrupted into Jolly Roger. Later the term was applied to the familiar black-flag-cum-bones that began to appear in various forms around 1700.
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The Holroyd Community Theatre, Weston Rhyn, Oswestry, SY10 7SZ