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The Younger Generation Theatre Group are looking for new members to join the group for their next show in 2002. The group is a registered charity and last year they represented N.O.D.A. (National Operatic & Dramatic Assoc)in the Queen Mother's Birthday parade in London.

The group is for boys & girls aged 10 to 18 who want to appear on the stage. The annual show is at the Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon. There is a one off subscription fee of £40, which covers all rehearsals and costumes.

See their web page at www.youngergeneration.co.uk

Younger Generation took part in the Queen's Jubilee 50 year's Parade in the Mall last Tuesday.

In total 105 members of this year's cast and their families were on the floats that depicted the "Decades" and the "Food of the Decades".

Their dressing rooms were at Banqueting House, in White Hall. When the parade was over the cast mixed with all the celebrities including, Cliff Richard, Ronnie Corbett, Andrew Sachs etc, that had also been in the parade.  They were able to have their photos taken with them and also get their autographs.

When they took part in the Queen Mother's Birthday Parade they all wore their blue sweatshirts complete with logo, but this time they were all in costume so no one knew who they were.


Croyweb asks: were you in the Mall taking any photos of the parade on Tuesday? Younger Generation couldn't get any, (difficult when you're in it!). They do have a few of some of the floats but would like to have a photo of each one. They're missing the 1950 Living Room, the 1990 Living Room, the Sports float (which had Willie Carson on it) and the Golden Jubilee Bus. Let us know by clicking the link below:


or contact Younger Generation direct on:

mailto: Younger Generation


Remember, their yearly show is at the Ashcroft Theatre on 29/30 & 31st August and is called "Sing, Sing, Sing"










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