We know that you are all on the edge of your seats waiting to hear what our next production is going to be. We are finally ready to reveal ..... drum roll please .......
Fusion's 38th production Christmas 2017 will be .........
A whodunnit, written by us, based on the popular board game. So if your children have never played it, get hold of a box and have a go in the meantime, then they will have an idea of the scenes and the characters to expect (we may add a few!) As usual the show will include a variety of group and solo singing and some lively dance routines.
Please email to let us know if you wish to reserve a place. Fees have been increased to £70 per term (after 5 years of keeping them the same). However, discounted fees are available to current/previous Fusion members, until 8 September.
Our ten rehearsals will begin on Tuesday 19th September. We are going to have a two week half term so no rehearsals on 17&24 October. (Giving children longer to learn their lines!) performances will be Tuesday 5 December and Sunday 10 December.
We are excited about the new term and look forward to seeing you on 19th September. We hope that the beginning of the new school term goes well for everyone, especially those starting new schools.
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Super performance of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat'
(An Amateur, Youth Group production) on 3rd July. Well done to all involved.
Special thanks to Lucy of Flutter Face Painting for fabulous bodyart
and Sandy for refreshments.
You can now follow us on Facebook #Hilary Harrison
Recently we thought we'd try our hand at some instrumental stuff!
So here is a picture of our first Fusion Orchestra performing on 5th December.
The Whistler, an original musical by Thomas and Hilary Harrison was performed three times at St John's Lecture Hall in Loddon earlier this month. Our Beccles groups did a fantastic show every time, culminating in the Big Sing with everyone on stage singing their hearts out. We're very proud of you!
And why not get involved in our next production?
Here are some of our Tuesday group rehearsing their dance moves....
Friends of Fusion and supporters of our wonderful group learning disabled adults from Waveney Enterprises. Please come and support the participants and enjoy a festive production '1985' on Wednesday 18th November at 1.30pm in the Quaker Hall, Beccles.
Celebrating 30 years of Waveney Enteprises Craft Workshop in Beccles with reminiscences and festive cheer. Refreshments served, contributions welcome. Proceeds to Waveney Enterprises.
NEW FOR THIS TERM: FUSION CLOTHING !
Fusion polo shirts, T-shirts and hoodies are not compulsory but are now available for all who would like one at very reasonable prices : various sizes and styles available.
Modelled here by some of the new Fusion Display Team outside one of our rehearsals venues.
All set for the Beccles Carnival ............ special thanks to Tamsin, Oskar and Elsa and friend Alex .
Final performance of 'Keeping up with the Joneses',
performed at St John's Lecture Theatre in Loddon in July and raising £140 for The Bulgarian Orphans Fund; bringing the total raised by Fusion performances to £1920.
Our two performances of 'Are you being Served?' raised £350 for Bulgarian Orphans Fund.
The first original Fusion production: 'The Whistler'
Congratulations to the cast of 'The Whistler' (Saturday Fusion, pictured here) who performed at the Blyburgate Hall on 22 December. A fantastic performance of this original playscript. Songs were powerful and sung in Latin, rock style.
'Will, Ed and Joe aka the wayward shepherds'
Audience donations for Bulgarian Orphans (including proceeds from performances by three schools groups & Fusion Enterprise adults) totalled £240. Sincere thanks from BOF to all who contributed. See our link on right side of page for more information on Fusion supporting Bulgarian Orphans.
Proceeds from Fusion's Scrooge and Wind in the Willows performances went towards buying a piano for the Peter Beron School and Home for abandoned and orphaned disabled children in Haskovo, Bulgaria (Thanks to Tony Scotland and the Bulgarian Orphans' Fund for enabling this).
Fusion also paid for a music teacher for a year to go in and work with the children once a week.
Grateful thanks to all who contributed
Fusion performing at the Raveningham Country Fair on 1st September
Some of the cast singing extracts from Wind in the Willows by the Fusion stand
Moley , Chief Weasel, Prison Guard's Daughter, the Engine Driver (and Hilary) are interviewed by the Rav Fair commentator who came across to find out more about us ....