opened with Shall We Dance and closed with Don't let the Sun go Down on Me
followed by There's no Business Like Show Business.
The cast were
all presented with Macmillan green ribbons, and a special Macmillan cake.
show party was in a new venue - Marcos at Slateford.
fundraising concerts were held in May - two in St Mary's and one in St Michael's. Some
audience members went to the wrong St Mary's!
The show had
children in it for the first time since 1995 - singing Do Re Mi and Edelweiss,
with Karen Pearce and Ian Hunter respectively (one of these children was Amanda McLaren,
who went on to become a full company member for the next two shows).
section recreated the cover of Sergeant Pepper on stage.
#1: Crofton walking on stage for Good Vibrations with his shirt from Rock
Around The Clock still hanging out the back of his jeans!
the auditions were held on a Saturday - due to a Hearts/Hibs derby scheduled for the
original Sunday date.
away was in Galashiels, and was mercifully free of fancy dress.