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Club News: Havering Music Makers

PUBLISHED: 11:28 23 January 2015 | UPDATED: 11:34 23 January 2015

The Havering Music Makers performing Oliver!. Picture: Daniel Faust

The Havering Music Makers performing Oliver!. Picture: Daniel Faust

Daniel James Robert Faus

Louise Banham talks about the fun of being on stage

Havering Music Makers

Where: Whybridge Junior School, Blacksmith’s Lane, Hornchurch

When: Tuesdays and Thursdays

Chairman: Nick Ford

Secretary: Louise Banham

Contact: 01708 762256 or visit haveringmusicmakers.co.uk

“Havering Music Makers (HMM) is a musical theatre society, in Romford and formed in 1976.

Last weekend, HMM performed The Likes of Us at the Queen’s Theatre in Hornchurch.

The Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical is based on how children’s charity Barnardo’s was formed in the Victorian East End of London.

Following The Likes of Us, we’ll be performing The Witches of Eastwick at Queen’s on July 9-11 and then Little Shop of Horrors at the Kenneth More Theatre in Ilford on October 15-17.

In the past few years, HMM has performed a variety of shows including Oliver!, Carousel and Godspell.

We have a reputation for high-quality musicals and concerts and put on three shows a year.

We’re a really friendly and welcoming group, who not only enjoy entertaining audiences, but also organise a range of social events.

We’re always recruiting new members, who join for a number of reasons.

Often it’s to gain confidence or a great way to unwind from the stresses of work, but one thing we all have in common is a passion for theatre and performing.”


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