Sheringham

Review: Annie, Sheirngham Little Theatre

Just Regional
Apr 26, 2013 1 min read
Big musicals with long histories put on in small theatres can be a challenge for a host of reasons.
The Sheringham Little Theatre community production of Annie, which allows people of all ages and levels of experience to take part in a professional setting, was a complete delight and held up extremely well despite the small, intimate stage.
The little girl with the big heart, here in the form of Tilda Fassih, demonstrated excellent confidence and more than a little power in her relatively young voice.
One of the other stand outs was most certainly Cora O’Connell, who played the desperate gin swigging orphanage manager Miss Hannigan, for whom one can feel slightly sorry despite her vicious traits.
Strong efforts all around both on stage and backstage were evident, and this was a production of which the theatre as a whole can be justly proud.
The production of Annie featured at the theatre from April 5 to 13. For more information about upcoming shows, log on to www.sheringhamlittletheatre.com.

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