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It is not often that audiences in rural communities get the chance to see the first performance of a new work but in Barmouth on Friday just such an opportunity occurred.
Ed Penney, known to many for his dentistry skills has another skill, he is also a writer.
The President Mr Michel Benson will introduce Mr John Muston who will speak on an expedition he made to Everest.
A warm welcome awaits previous members and new members will be most welcome.
October when the President, Michel Benson introduced the speaker Mr John Muston.
Mr Muston was making a welcome return to the Society.
In recent years Ed has turned full time to writing for the stage and screen.
His latest work is entitled Butterfly in shades of blue and was premiered on the stage of the Dragon Theatre last weekend with Ceri Bostock and Iago Mc Guire performing.
As a member of a British / Nepalese joint venture he described the route taken from Kathmandu through the foothills of the mountain.The revenue from the evening provided funds for 1 shelterbox for future emergencies ( 590.00 for a box emergency contents for a family ) with residual money going to good causes locally.The Mawddach Rotary club aims to fund at least two Shelterboxes each year, find out more by Googling Shelterbox.HE talked about the conditions and privations of the trip including severe frostbite.
In addition to the pictures he had some of the clothing he wore for the audience to appreciate. The next meeting will be held on Thursday November21st when Mary Howell will talk about a visit to Santiago di Compostela Tsunami night in Barmouth Mawddach Rotary club held a Thai curry and film night at the Dragon Theatre last week raising around 800 for Rotary supported charities.
Both Ceri and Iago have creditable of theatre, film and television work which adds further valiue and credibility to the work. The finely crafted characters are believable throughout, not an easy thing to achieve in a play that portrays two peoples development over a span of about 17years.