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Sister Act at Cromer Pier hailed as a success

PUBLISHED: 11:14 06 June 2018 | UPDATED: 11:14 06 June 2018

On stage at Sister Act at Cromer Pier. Picture: SUE BIGNELL

On stage at Sister Act at Cromer Pier. Picture: SUE BIGNELL

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It was a show filled with nuns, gangsters, songs, dance a showgirl and lots of fun.

On stage at Sister Act at Cromer Pier. Picture: SUE BIGNELLOn stage at Sister Act at Cromer Pier. Picture: SUE BIGNELL

The Cromer and Sheringham Operatic and Dramatic Society’s (CSODS) production of Sister Act at Cromer Pier, which finished on Saturday, has been declared a huge success.

Robin Taylor, CSODS chairman, said: “We always knew that Sister Act would be popular, be we did not expect the performances to sell out in the way that they did. The box office had reserve lists for returns and we soon became the hottest ticket in town.

“We were also raising funds during the week for the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind, so the capacity audiences meant that the bucket collections for the charity did very well too! We are grateful for all the support from the local community, Openwide - who run the pier - and from the Enjoy Comer More website too.”

The show, directed by Martin Rodwell, featured a cast of 33 actors and a 14-piece orchestra.

Wimpled-up cast members in Sister Act at Cromer Pier. Picture: ANDREAS YIASIMIWimpled-up cast members in Sister Act at Cromer Pier. Picture: ANDREAS YIASIMI

CSODS’ next production is the classic J B Priestley drama, Dangerous Corner, which runs from 17th to 20th October at Sheringham Little Theatre. For further information about the Society, see www.csods.com













































































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