Gallery: Stagecoach performers from Bury St Edmunds and Stowmarket put on music hall and variety show

Bury Stagecoach performance raising money for St John's Church in Bury.

Bury Stagecoach performance raising money for St John's Church in Bury. - Credit: Archant

Old time musical favourites have been brought to the stage by a group of young performers and their mentors.

On Saturday 20 young people from the ‘senior’ section of Bury St Edmunds and Stowmarket Stagecoach put on a music hall and variety show at the St John’s Centre in Bury St Edmunds.

They were joined on stage by a number of adults, including Caroline Ranson, principal of the Bury and Stowmarket Stagecoach schools, and her father Michael Phillips.

The two performances on Saturday were in aid of a fund for the fabric of St John’s Church in Bury.

Mrs Ranson said: “It was good. Seats were full and it went really well.”


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She added: “The young people thoroughly enjoyed it and thought it was great fun.”

She said they had put on such a show at the St John’s Centre a couple of years ago and decided to do it again due to its success.

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A big Stagecoach showcase is taking place at the Apex in Bury on March 29.

To book tickets call the box office on 01284 758000 or visit www.theapex.co.uk

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