Variety Company Raise Money to Save Village Hall

Variety group, Bright Stars, perform at Denton Village Hall near Canterbury, Kent to raise money for the beloved 1960’s village hall.

Bright Stars formed in 2014 and consists of, Ryan Hill, Luke Hill, Karla Hope, Dave Horn, Ben Wood, Chris Roughley and Samuel Field.

Their performance variety mostly consists of comedy sketches, stand up comedy, singing, dancing and poetry readings.

The event was well received by the community with a vast turnout raising £780 for the hall.

Ryan Hill’s physical comedy filled mimes with host Sam Field. The mimes are to a collection of songs such as, Queen’s ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’ and Natalie Imbruglia’s ‘Torn’.

The audience’s favourite moment is the ‘Evolution of Dance’. A series of mime and dancing to a collection of well-known songs.
Some audience members joined in with the dancing.

Samuel Field, said, “it is an excellent venue and an excellent crowd. Village halls are very close to my heart as I grew up in a village.”

Bright Stars have two more events happening on the 1st and 2nd of December at St Eanswythe School in Folkstone in aid of charity CALM, Campaign Against Living Miserably.


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  • 30th November 2017 at 2:48 pm

    I’ve seen these guys and the show is great!


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