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Clare Quinn

Ordinary committee member

How long have you been a member of Parish Players and part of the committee?

For as long as I can remember! I first appeared as a 'littlie' when I was 4 years old and have continued ever since, with a few breaks when I went off to university, travelled and had children. I have previously served as PP secretary and re-joined the committee as an ordinary member in 2019.

What first brought you to Parish Players?

My parents! They have both been members of Parish Players since before I was born and some of my earliest memories are of watching Sunday afternoon rehearsals, helping Mum to learn her lines and being very upset when Dad got a custard pie in the face!

What is your most memorable experience being a part of Parish Players?

Over the years I have been involved in productions on and off stage and have been lucky enough to be able to take on a variety of different roles. In 2018 I co-created '100 Years On' to mark the centenary of the end of WW1 which took the form of a selection of music, poetry, memories and drama. I was supported by an amazing cast and crew of Parish Players members and the final result is still one of my proudest moments at PP.

If you could describe Parish Players in three words, what would you say?

Welcoming Collaborative Fun

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