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We are now back and rested from Lytham.

As you will know we were competing in Lytham St Annes One Act Play Festival with a play written by Colin Cliffe.

We all had a great time on tour and enjoyed the day! All of our cast were line perfect and thrived with the challenge.

When all of the groups had performed we were given feedback from the adjudicator who made the link to our play, Heavens Close (the care home from hell) being "very much like and similar to a Carry On film" to which we were all very pleased. She said "I love the fact it's a bit cheeky and I laughed from start to finish".

Although we didn't win Best Play, the group performing the play that did said that they were shocked because they thought we would have done.

The even better news is though...

Colin Cliffe won Best Male actor.

Overall the day was very enjoyable and we are already looking to go on tour again and enter more competitions.

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