Havering Music Makers preparing to perform latest production

PUBLISHED: 11:46 12 October 2012

Havering Music Makers' last production, My Fair Lady

Havering Music Makers' last production, My Fair Lady


Audiences are set to step back in time with an amateur drama group’s latest production.

Havering Music Makers will be performing a traditional old time music hall production called Those Good Old Days at St Edward’s School in London Road, Rmford from Saturday October 20 to Sunday October 21.

The concert is filled with songs such as Burlington Bertie, My Old Man, There Was I, Champagne Charlie and lots more that will appeal to all generations.

The group formed in 1975 and perform three productions a year, which are mainly held at the Queen’s Theatre in Billet Lane, Hornchurch.

The group’s past productions have included Hello Dolly and Godspell.

Tickets are £12.50 including a fish and chip supper or £10 without the meal.

Call the box office on 01708 455509 or


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