performer takes starring role in musical Annie
theatre performer Clare Hunter is returning to a childhood role
by taking part in Weston Operatic Society's latest production.
has performed in productions of all kinds from pantomime, carnival
concerts, festivals, summer season shows and musical productions.
after spending the last eight years travelling and performing
professionally all around the world, Clare has returned home and
is happily taking a starring role in Weston Operatic Society's
production of the hit musical Annie.
show takes place at the Playhouse Theatre in Weston-super-Mare
from 29th October to 1st November. The shows are being held Wednesday
to Saturday at 7.30pm and there'll be a 2.30pm matinee on both
Thursday and Saturday. Tickets are available from the box office
said: "I have been a member of Weston Operatic Society for
15 years, first joining them as a child in the childrens
section, The Oppitts, performing in summer season productions,
and musical shows along with the adults."
the years I have played several leading roles with Weston Operatic,
also performing with, and choreographing for Brean-based pantomime
group Coastline Players."
returning to the show Annie is going to be a special experience
for me, as the last time I performed in the show was with a childrens
theatre group in Bridgwater as Annie."
time round, I have the pleasure of playing Grace Farrell, personal
secretary and eventual love interest of Oliver 'Daddy' Warbucks
the Billionaire who takes orphan Annie into his home."
two girls who will be playing Annie for us - Sophie Adams and
Freya Perrins - are fantastic! There is so much talent in the
two young girls and all the children who feature in this production."
so exciting to be performing alongside the youth of the society.
Right now, the company, including our special cast member Bella
as Sandy the dog, are all working hard in our final few rehearsals
to bring another great family favourite to the Playhouse Theatre."