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'There was a musical treat last Friday when Rah Rah Theatre company paid a visit to Haslemere.'
The Herald Newspaper (Haslemere)


'The gay sounds of 1930’s 40’s and 50’s broadway musicals transported pensioners at Egham Day centre back to times gone by recently………. They soon had audiences smiling as memories came flooding back.'

Informer Newspaper (Staines) 


'The show quite literally got on the road when a mobile theatre company entertained residents at Wimbledon Care Home. Rah Rah Theatre company gave a rousing musical performance at Queens Court Residential home last week. Activity co-ordinator Latha Squires said “we have so many disabled residents who can’t get to the theatre, so we brought the theatre to them. It was very interactive and everyone enjoyed it.”'
Wimbledon Guardian Newspaper


'Revellers enjoyed ITMA sketches and hit songs from the war. VE-DAY revellers got together at Brockhill Housing Community Centre, Woking for a trip down memory lane. The Rah Rah Theatre Company treated the party goers to songs and comedy sketches  that were popular during the war.'
Woking News and Mail Newspaper


'Rah Rah Theatre Company delighted members of Hazelway Age Concern as they journeyed back in time with their “Rock Around the Clock” show.'

Hazelmere Herald


'Music Hall Magic got a rousing welcome from an audience at Moorcroft Community Centre in Old Woking when the Rah Rah Theatre Company came to entertain.'
Woking Informer Newspaper


Day centre members showed you’re never to old too enjoy rock n roll at a jive-tastic performance. The Rah Rah group visited Age Concern Slough thanks to Great Western Community Project, which aims to give something back to the community. The show, based round the classic hits of the 50’s, had everyone dancing in the aisle at the William Street centre.'

Slough Observer


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