MADAOS in rehearsal for Christmas concert at March Community Centre

PUBLISHED: 15:21 17 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:21 17 November 2017

March Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society rehearsing for their Christmas concert.

March Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society rehearsing for their Christmas concert.

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Following their revue show ‘Community Spirit’, MADAOS is now in rehearsal for their Christmas concert, to be performed at the March Community Centre, Station Road, March, on Thursday December 14.

March Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society rehearsing for their Christmas concert.March Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society rehearsing for their Christmas concert.

‘Community Spirit’ was reviewed by an independent representative of NODA (the National Operatic and Dramatic Association) who said: “I liked just about every number in this production.

“The quality was very high, and the sound was superb. I have long been aware that MADAOS have a fair selection of quality singers, but to get the solos this good and the ensemble pieces so sweet must have taken months of work.

March Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society rehearsing for their Christmas concert.March Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society rehearsing for their Christmas concert.

“It was of a standard that I have not heard at this venue before. A cracking night’s entertainment.”

The Christmas concert will be a mixture of traditional Christmas carols, Christmas songs and new arrangements of old favourites.

March Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society rehearsing for their Christmas concert.March Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society rehearsing for their Christmas concert.

Refreshments (included in the ticket price) will be served in the interval.

The concert begins at 7.30pm.

Tickets, £5 each, will be available from Optima Estate Agents, High Street, March, from the end of November.

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