Please Come To Boston

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Bright and early on a damp and drizzly Thursday morning just coming up to the end of term, a fourteen-strong crew and cast from the production of the Admirable Crichton either dragged themselves out of bed

or made their way into the grounds of the college

in time to load up for their big Transatlantic crossing as part of an educational and cultural arrangement with the Tabor Academy in Boston, Massachusetts to showcase their latest production to American audiences.

Needless to say, they were not to depart undernourished.

Despite the early start to the proceedings of the day there was evidence of barely-contained excitement at the prospect of a ten-day excursion which seems a very desirable way to start one's Easter holidays even if the task of remembering parts and lines are sure to distract from the many joyful discoveries which lie in store.

As daylight beckoned it's all aboard for the opportunity to bring

a luxuriant flavour of Ellesmere to the land that was the destination of the Pilgrim Fathers nearly four hundred years ago.

Have Fun Y'all

PS - for the more youthful readers and followers of this blog, Please Come To Boston was a Billboard Hot 100 hit by Dave Loggins in 1974

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