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Moneymore Young Farmers - We've Got Talent
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(article from Moneymore Young Farmers minisite)

Over the past few months members from the club have been practicing their dance routines, tuning up their voices and getting into character all in preparation for the Arts festival competition area heat, which was held on 17th February at St. Paul’s College, Kilrea.

This years production is entitled “So you think you’ve got talent” and is produced by Mary-Lou Richmond. It tells the story of “Martha”, played by Jenny Duncan, and her ambition to become a star on stage.


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Martha’s first steps to becoming a star see her joining the Mackintosh Musical Society where Mr. Mackintosh, the drama teacher played by Richard Love encourages Martha to follow her dreams.

James Glover and Gareth Bryson play the part of Martha’s parents who remain reluctant about their “wee girl” joining a musical society. The music featured in the production includes pieces from musicals, currently in the charts and a few old favourites. Mark Dickson, Harry and Gavin Wray accompany the production with live music.

On 17th February members from the club put on their leg warmers and sweatbands (and in some cases dresses and wigs!) and took to the stage in a bid to earn a place at the Gala. The club managed to impress the adjudicators on the evening and as a result will perform in the YFCU Arts Festival Gala on 21st March in the Waterfront.

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