Mayor’s extravaganza

The mayor of harrow cllr margaret davine thanks flash musicals and local performers

A spectacular performance at Flash Musicals by people from Neighborhood Resource Centres, local community choirs and children to celebrate Harrow Mayor, Cllr Margaret Davine, was a big community hit.

Flash Musicals in Methuen Road, Edgware, is a charity which provides performing arts opportunities for local people, and collaborating with Harrow’s NRC’s and community choirs was a great success given the Mayor's background in adult social care.
Mayor s extravaganza flash musicals performance

Mayor of Harrow, Cllr Margaret Davine, said:

“Flash Musicals is one the many voluntary organisations in Harrow that do a wonderful job in supporting some of our most vulnerable residents and users have been closely involved from the very beginning.

“Thank you to everyone who took part in this special performance. I’m sure there was a lot of time and effort that went into it and I will always remember it as my time as Mayor.

The blockbuster performance featured hits such as Hairspray, Hallelujah and the Music Man with performers as young as 5 up to the age of 82 on stage. Also joining in on the fun was; traditional Indian dancers from Swaminarayan School, More Than Just a Choir group based at The Bridge Mental Health Centre, Octavate Choir based at Wiseworks, performers from  Milmans Older People’s Day Centre  as well as Cllr Sue Anderson and, Cllr Anne Whitehead.