The adult learners drama group at Entertaining Activities Ltd brought festive joy to their audience when they performed their Christmas Show at Louth Town Hall on December 7.
The success of the last show back in October meant Louth Town Hall was abuzz with audience members looking forward to this festive offering.
The cast, who have learning difficulties, were incredibly excited to get on stage and show everyone what they’d been working on over the last six weeks. The students mentioned how they all had “an absolute blast” in rehearsals, and this showed in their performance.
The first half was traditional, with a nativity being performed and carols being sung, while the second half featured the students’ favourite songs and dances of the festive season.
Half of the proceeds of the show were given to ECHO (East Coast Homeless Outreach) this week. In total £175 was raised for them.
The staff at the day centre would like to thank everyone involved in the show, those who came to watch and to the students for doing such a brilliant job.
Meanwhile, the Lincolnshire Branch of the GMB Union has donated two tablet computers to Entertaining Activities, which will be used to enhance the numeracy, literacy and technology skills of adults who attend.
Helen Landshoft, director and co-founder of Entertaining Activities, added: “We are really grateful to the Lincolnshire branch of the GMB for their support, and it will enable us to extend what we do with adult learners.”