St George and the Dragon to come to life at the next Three Rivers Seniors’ Forum
A troupe of Croxley Green actors will bring the story of St George and the Dragon to life at the next Three Rivers Seniors’ Forum.
The event, which is marking St George’s Day (23 April), will feature a performance by The Croxley Mummers of a play which dates back to the middle ages. The play St George and the Dragon was revived locally in the 1920s, and again after the Second World War in the 1980s.
The Seniors' Forum will return to Rickmansworth School and will also showcase live music performed by pupils and a special afternoon tea. In keeping with the theme, there will be a quiz entitled So You Think You Know England?
The forum is organised by Three Rivers District Council. The council’s chief executive Joanne Wagstaffe said: “We have another afternoon of great entertainment on offer, so we would really love to see lots of people coming along to our April forum to enjoy these wonderful performances and to take part in the quiz. This is an open invitation to all Three Rivers residents of retirement age to come along and enjoy a delicious afternoon tea some great entertainment.”
The forum – which was previously known as the Pensioners’ Forum – takes place between 2.30pm and 4.30pm on Thursday 20 April at Rickmansworth School. Access and parking will be available from 2.15pm. Guests are therefore kindly asked not to arrive before this time.
Refreshments will be available. For those travelling by public transport there are bus stops close to the school. There will be free parking at the school.
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