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But first...let's Make Up!

So much effort goes into every production at Highbury. There are literally dozens of people who play their part in constructing and organising for months before the actors take to the stage on opening night. Always looking to provide new opportunities through the Theatre, Liz Parry, Director of our current show, Seymour Matthew's 'Dead Man's Hand', took the initiative and created a Hair and Make-Up department for this particular show and found two new willing volunteers! Usually actors do their own and each others make-up prior to a show, but with Dead Man's Hand set in the very stylised 1980's, it was just too good an opportunity to pass up!

Prior to the show our Social Media team liaised with Liz to organise a 1980's photoshoot to promote the show on line. She very graciously gave up an entire evenings rehearsal slot but it was more than worth it. It was a lot of fun and the ladies spent rather a lot of time 'in make-up'. It was a brilliant opport…

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