The primary half of the live performance was taken up with songs of victory from the Band and Corps of the Cheshire Constabulary
Written by Gareth Butler
The Yale campus at Coleg Cambria was adorned in crimson, white and blue on Saturday, October 2, when The British Worldwide Tattoo staged a live performance in support of the charity The Not Forgotten, which has been supporting veterans since 1920.
The Band and Corps of The Cheshire Constabulary led the primary half of the live performance with “Songs of Victory”, taking the packed Wrexham viewers on a musical and visible journey from the First World Struggle to the current day.
The second half of the live performance was entitled “This Sceptred Isle”, and featured a number of the easiest of British and abroad cultures, together with lovely conventional highland dancing from Claire Harvey from The White Rose Highland Dance Firm and the majestic sound of The British Worldwide Tattoo Pipes and Drums.
The Mersey Morris Males, Emma Could College of Irish Dance and The Rhos Male Voice Choir offered improbable leisure from all corners of Britain throughout this distinctive efficiency. in addition to a vibrant and vibrant lion dance and kung fu show.
The forged then joined collectively for the Grand Finale with Land of Hope and Glory bringing the viewers to their toes, flags proudly waving because the forged took their depart to the strains of The Black Bear. Giving audiences one final likelihood to seize an early Christmas current on the reveals commerce exhibition stalls within the venues gorgeous atrium.
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