EVENTS

Livewire & Youngstagers - Funding

Livewire - Funding towards music lessons for the club members who are inspired by, and are learning music in all disciplines.

Youngstagers - Funding to provide professional theatre workshops for their young members.

REFLECTIONS

A Lovely CD featuring:
Florence Bonner (vocalist) and Rose Bonner (Piano)

Track List:
The A Team
Take A Bow
Stronger Than Me
Fields Of Gold
You Are Not Alone
A Night Like This
Brown Eyes
Your Song
Isnt She Lovely
Make You Feel My Love
Memories*
Money Money Money*

*(Performed by Rose Bonner)

Click here to download sample track

Available from:
Sue Hooper 01752 843073
Saltash Shops:
Piglets
Bookshelf
Treasure Island
Tamar View Nurseries

Sincere Thanks to Our Generous Sponsors

With Sincere Thanks to Our Generous Sponsors for the Trusts Four Musical Events


The Cooperative Membership Community Fund has awarded the Sue Hooper Charitable Foundation £3500 to platform community performing arts workshops. Feedback will feature on our webpage as they happen.


Without such generosity our events could not take place





13 The Musical - Caradon Youth Theatre

Saturday June 15th

Saturday June 15th at 7:30pm
Burraton Community Centre Salatsh

Geek, Poser, Jock, Beauty Queen and Wannabe.
These may be labels that can last a lifetime, but perhaps cool is sometimes where we least expect it?!

Following a highly acclaimed run in Liskeard in February, Caradon Youth Theatre are hitting the road with the brilliant musical comedy 13.
This fast paced, funny and thought-provoking Broadway smash has an awesome rock score from Tony Award-winning composer, Jason Robert Brown, (Parade, Bridges of Madison County) and is a musical about fitting in - and standing out!
This fantastic high-energy production received great praise earlier in the year:

the young members of Caradon Youth Theatre have exceeded expectations again

the cast deliver their lines with impeccable comic timing - there were belly laughs from the audience

Ingenious use of a limited set and real professionalism from the young actors

their singing voices are seriously good and the physical comedy they created was wonderfully silly

The cast - just 13 of them - commanded the space

The creative team, director Nic Early, musical director Kate Rogers and choreographer Gemma Nicholson have enjoyed working with this exceptionally talented cast and are very excited to be taking the show on a mini tour.

this show has everything in it - great songs, dance routines, characters we identify with and lots of very funny moments - we are so proud of this dynamic cast says Nic

its a superb musical that doesnt come around very often, a great opportunity and a must see for anyone who is or ever was a teenager!

You can catch it at one of three Cornish venues, Bodmin College, St. Ives Theatre and the first stop is Burraton Community Centre, Grenfell Avenue in Saltash. This performance on Saturday 15 June at 7.30 PM - is promoted by the Sue Hooper Charitable Foundation www.suehcf.org.uk

Well known in Saltash and Cornwall for supporting young performers and their pursuits in the arts: we are so grateful to Sue and her team for suggesting we come to Saltash with the show says director Nic Early its going to be a great atmosphere in this intimate venue - we cant wait.

Tickets £13 and £7 for under 18s are available now from the Sue Hooper Charitable Foundation by calling 01752 843073 - email: suehcf@msn.com

More info on the tour at www.earlyenergy.co.uk

PAST – FUND RAISING EVENTS

  • Music and Drama and Creative workshops commemorating 100th Anniversary of the end of WW1 and Women gaining the vote. Culminating in the first Saltash composed Musical Play “Blood Red Rose” (sponsored by – Cooperative Community Fund, FEAST FUND, Saltash Town Council and Cornwall Community Foundation (Howton Solar Farm Trust).
  • Sounds of Spring - Featuring the amazing South West Philharmonia and Chorus Musical Director - Marcus Alleyne
  • Plymouth Area Police Choir - The amazing and internationally acclaimed Plymouth Area Police Choir 
  • Camborne Youth Brass Band - The famous and multi-talented Camborne Youth Brass Band at Saltash Wesley Methodist Church
  • Ashtorre Rock Players from Saltash Present: The Gift of Years - An evening of song, sketches and readings telling a personal story of the Gallipoli Campaign and life after the Great War
  • Let all that are to mirth inclined - Six centuries of Christmas in Cornwall - Bath Spa University Chamber Choir, director: Matthew Spring
  • Annual Proms featuring National Champions – Camborne Youth Brass Band 
  • Street and Business venue entertainment – (featuring SHCF beneficiaries – including – vocalists – instrumentalists and musical drama.
  • Lunchtime recitals at Saltash Guildhall and local venues
  • Small drama/musical performances for the elderly, visually impaired and less-abled community.
  • Theatre workshops for young people – with Transitions Theatre Company.
  • Police Concert
  • International Violinist - Peter Fisher (on his national tour)
  • Carlton Big Band with marvelous reflections of the 1940s
  • Rame Peninsula Male Voice Choir and guests
  • Looe Valley Singers with Torpoint Ladies Singers and guests
  • Rame Peninsula Male Voice Choir and guests
  • Grand Charity Concert - Saltash Wesley Church
  • Sydney Male voice Choir - Saltash Wesley Methodist Church
  • The Adventures of Mr Toad - Burraton Community Centre, Saltash
  • Plymouth Police Area Police Choir - Saltash Wesley Methodist Church
  • 52 strings and a bow - Trematon Hall - Saltash
  • Annual Last Night of the Proms 2011 - Saltash Wesley Methodist Church.
  • Hywel Girls Choir and Boy singers - Saltash Wesley Methodist Church
  • Florence Bonner Reflections CD songs 2011
  • SOUNDS OF MUSIC - Featuring Perfect Harmony and Saltash Girls Choir
  • Last Night of the Proms - Nationally acclaimed Camborne Youth Band.
  • MUSICAL SPLENDOUR - Clive Jenkins and Douglas Clarkson and  the Saltash Girls Choir
  • Saturday Night of the Proms with the Radio Light Orchestra – at Trematon Hall, Saltash
  • Glen Miller Orchestra – at the China Fleet Country Club
  • HM Band of the Royal Lancers – China Fleet Country Club
  • Mid Devon Fire and Rescue Military Band Concert – China Fleet Country Club
  • Devon Fire and Rescue Ceremonial Unit Concert – China Fleet County Club
  • Night of the Proms with the Camborne Youth Brass Band – at the Saltash Wesley Church
  • Youth Concert – with all young performers (mainly beneficiaries of the SHCF)
  • Plymouth Area Police – Male Voice Choir – on many occasions – Saltash Wesley Church
  • Torbay Police Male Voice Choir – Saltash Wesley Church
  • Loveny Male Voice Choir – on many occasions – Saltash Wesley Church
  • Rame Peninsula Male Voice Choir – on many occasions – Saltash Wesley Church
  • Saltash Town Band and Guests – Saltash Wesley Church
  • Ivor Novello Concert - with some young beneficiaries – Trematon Hall, Saltash
  • Cole Porter Concert – with some young beneficiaries – Trematon Hall, Saltash
  • Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream – Trematon Hall, Saltash
  • Medieval Musical Evenings – Trematon Hall, Saltash
  • Cornwall Youth Orchestra – China Fleet Country Club
  • Festival – Trematon Hall, Saltash

The Sue Hooper Charitable Foundation would welcome offers of performing choirs, bands, musicians, soloists etc; to perform in aid of the Trust.

For details of opportunities

Contact the Chairman:

Sue Hooper 
1 Down Close,
Burraton Coombe,
Saltash
PL12 4PZ

Tel: 01752 843073