Fishguard Musical Theatre Society

With Members of the cast are - Far left - Stephen Roscoe (West Wales Festival Steward) - Far Right - Eurig Evans (Head of Strumble Lodge)


West Wales Freemasons were delighted to once again support the Fishguard Musical Theatre Society at its performance of the musical ‘Sister Act’ on 25 October in Ysgol Bro Gwaun, Fishguard. W Bro Stephen Roscoe, Provincial Festival Steward and W Bro Eurig Evans, Worshipful Master of Strumble Lodge, presented cheques to members of the cast.


The West Wales Grand Charity gave £1,500, which is the 3rd such donation given over the past 3 years, and Strumble Lodge gave £500 which is the 5th such donation given since the Theatre Society was founded. Altogether the Theatre Society has received £9,500 from the West Wales Freemasons since it was established in 2016 and their continuing support has enabled the Society to re-start following its closure during the pandemic, when its future was in some doubt.


The Theatre Society is a community musical theatre and drama group, run entirely by volunteers, with over a hundred members extending over a wide age range, from 5 to 70 plus. It gives local people of all abilities an outlet to perform, gain confidence and make new friends of all ages while learning a new skill.


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