The Collen Players are to stage a special Christmas Variety show later this month.
But because they’re not yet allowed to perform for a live Llangollen audience due to social distancing rules, they will be bringing some roistering seasonal cheer through the airwaves.
The group was founded a couple of years ago by Father Lee Taylor, priest-in-charge of St Collen’s Church and a music hall enthusiast.
He said: “Collen Players have now done a number of very successful shows which attracted large and appreciative audiences.
we had to cancel one of the shows soon after the pandemic began but we were
determined to go ahead with our Christmas special.
“We’ll be streaming it live on our own Facebook page observing the very strictest social distancing rules.”
He added: “Like so many other entertainers we’re having to adapt to this new way of performing but we can’t wait to be involved in the show.
“People have had such a very bad time over most of this year and we think they deserve a little cheering up in time for Christmas.
“We hope as many people as possible will watch the show which starts online at 6.30pm on Friday November 27th.”
Father Lee will as usual be the evening’s chairman and the performers will be Shea Ferron, Julie and Dyfed Thomas, Mike Connolly, Phil Robinson, Neil Barratt and Dave Lyne.
Accompanying them on the piano will be Owen Roberts.
* To see the show being livestreamed at 6.30pm on Friday November 27th, go to the Collen Players Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/collenplayers