November 7 and 8 Cap d’Antibes -Bon Chance Antibes et Sylvia Syms

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Hi!

If this is your first time to our website – this is how it works – you have opened on The Blog; this particular Blog is about our wonderful friendship with Mougins School in The South of France, a new Theatre, a Show and what it all means.

If you scroll down you can see all the posts of the past years.

If you look to the left side of this page you will see an index of sections. There are sections on why? and how we do what we do, our mission and sections on history. one section is named ‘Donors’ and lists, obviously, those people who have helped us financially – this list is kept up to date. When you’ve explored the site perhaps you would like to help us financially. To give you an idea – some people have given one large (or small) amount and others give say $5 every single month. Everything is VERY welcome.

and now back to TODAY’s BLOG.

SYLVIA SYMS at Cap d’Antibes this weekend !

If you know anything of British flim and television over the past 60 years (Yes SIXTY) you will have seen Sylvia Syms  - a star shining in film after film. From playing ‘troubled teens in the early fifties to Mrs Tony Hancock in Punch and Judy – to The Queen Mother and Margaret Thatcher and many more… this is Sylvia’s own website -

http://www.sylviasyms.co.uk

Sylvia will be on Cap d’Antibes for just two very special nights of stories, memories and thoughts this coming weekend – November 7 and 8.

All proceeds will come to our Schools – after the show I’ll post here again with a selection of the brand new Cambodia photos that they will see in Antibes France before the show. Here is just one to be going on with. 6.50 am, November 3 2014, after assembly under the Cambodian flag ‘and so to lessons’ …… John.

 

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