On Saturday 11th March, the Lost for Words Youth Theatre competed in the Speech and Drama section of this year’s Godalming Music Festival. Groups from surrounding areas came together at Prior’s Field School over the past two weekends to compete within four age groups, adjudicated by Anita Downey.
The standard of all the performances were very high, with no group scoring below 80%, but it was the emotional performance from our youth theatre that really captivated the adjudicator’s imagination. She... See more.
This year, Lost for Words took to the streets again to help raise money for Just Read, a charity in Woking promoting and improving the literacy ability of young people in Surrey.
We visited three areas of Woking over three nights and thanks to the enormous generosity of the residents we collected a whopping £277.24. That brings our overall total for Let's Read to £470.24. We have to the end of March to get that even higher.
Thank you to everyone who contributed their time and/or money to this worthy cause.
Wishing you all a very merry Christmas and a happy new year.
This week, visitors to the World Wildlife Fund's Christmas Fair at the Living Planet Centre in Woking, were treated to some live, festive entertainment from the Lost for Words choir.
The event put on by the WWF to raise funds and awareness of their 'adopt an animal' programme, featured a range of stalls including fantastic hand made gifts and Christmas decorations. While they browsed, guests were entertained with some beautiful Christmas themed songs and carols, accompanied by Owain Williams on guitar... See more.
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