RAINHILL AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY TWELVE HOUR MUSIC FESTIVAL
Congratulations to the Society today for managing to stage this epic twelve hour marathon of Music and Dance in aid of Cancer Research. Early photos show the advertisements on the Village Hall including free admission notice, the initial welcome and opening speech by Mike Doyle and the hardworking Tombola Ladies doing their bit for the charity.
Starting at 10am and entertaining non stop until the final curtain call at 10pm is a remarkable effort by the Society. The Parr Band set the morning off to a great start and entertainment came non stop by the likes of Pilkington's Choir, Alhambra School of Dance, Liverpool Barber Shop Harmony Club, The McNamara Irish school of Dance, Cowley Singers, and much much more.
As a wonderful Finale, The Rainhill Amateur Operatic Society held a two and a half hour concert to finish the day on a real high. Loads of people helped to make a fantastic event which was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The real winners, of course, are the charity Cancer Research, which will put all the money raised to good use.