Annie

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Unfortunately no memorabilia from Annie have survived in the Archive. However, we do have records of concerts the Society performed in the summer of 2001.

An Evening of Gilbert & Sullivan (And Other Shows)

"An Evening Of Gilbert & Sullivan" was performed at St. Lawrence's in York on 19th June, 2001, and in Osbaldwick Church on 22nd June, 2001.

Programme

Ring Forth Ye Bells
Brightly Dawns Our Wedding Day
My Lord, A Suppliant At Your Feet I Kneel- Louise Pullen
(Osbaldwick) Coldest Night of the Year- The Animal's Christmas- Martin Hughes
(St. Lawrence's) Empty Chairs At Empty Tables- Les Miserables- Martin Hughes
(St. Lawrence's) Engaged To So-And-So- Nick Temperley
I've Heard It Said- Haddon Hall- Peter Tylor
Welcome Joy- Alison Duncan, Tom Paine
With Cat-Like Tread
Hooverville- Annie
In A Doleful Train- Louise Pullen, Julia Straw, Douglas Johnson
Dance A Cachucha

With Strephon For Your Foe
With Heart And With Voice
List And Learn- Tabitha King
(St. Lawrence's) We Will Never Use A Mobile Phone- original composition- Peter Tylor
(Osbaldwick) Last Night Of The World- Miss Saigon- Martin Hughes, Tabitha King
(St. Lawrence's) Now Wouldn't You Like To Rule The Roost- Alison Duncan, Sarah McLaren
To A Garden Full Of Posies- Julia Straw
(Osbaldwick)Hereupon We're Both Agreed- Tom Paine, Nick Temperley
(St. Lawrence's) Strange Adventure
Somewhere That's Green- Little Shop Of Horrors- Alison Duncan
The Sun Whose Rays- Sarah McLaren
Tomorrow- Annie
When The Foeman- Tom Paine, Sarah McLaren, Louise Pullen

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