Hundreds of pounds raised as Seil entertains

Seil Sound entertains in aid of the island hall development fund.

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Entertainers on Seil have raised £760 for the island hall’s development fund.

Seil Drama Group and singers from Seil Sound joined forces to put on a programme of theatre and music last week.

The drama group presented its award-winning production of (Don’t) Throw It Away by John Colston and Caroline Morgan. Their performance of the play picked up two awards at the Appin and Lorn Drama festivals this year.

Members of Seil Drama Group went on stage to help raise development funds for the island's hall.
Members of Seil Drama Group went on stage to help raise development funds for the island’s hall.

Seil Sound was also on song, with tunes from the family album.

Keeping it in the family, the group was joined by guest member Jack Thirlaway, 10, from Wallsend-On-Tyne who was visiting his granny.