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Play revisits town’s turbulent history

Victorian era cotumes turn heads in Worthing

Victorian era cotumes turn heads in Worthing

A COMMUNITY play revisiting a turbulent time in Worthing’s history had a ‘hugely successful’ first performance.

The Just Cause, written and directed by Ann Feloy, saw a cast of 200 tell the tale of the Salvation Army’s first foray into Worthing and the uproar it caused among the town’s residents.

The play, held in Christ Church, Grafton Road, Worthing, was funded by a £50,000 Heritage Lottery Fund grant and took two years to come to fruition.

Mrs Feloy said: “It was a huge success. It was absolutely amazing.”

For the full story, see the Worthing Herald, Thursday, June 19.

 

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