To Catch a Falling Star (Paperback)
  • To Catch a Falling Star (Paperback)

To Catch a Falling Star (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 20/02/2014
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Tony Gareth Smith takes readers on another trip down memory lane to the Norfolk Coast's Brightest Seaside Resort - Great Yarmouth. The Golden Sands Theatre plays host to the summer season show of 1970. Once more Don Stevens brings together a variety of acts with the much loved Derinda Daniels topping the bill. Meet a galaxy of new artistes including The Olanzos, Jonny Adams, Ricky Drew and the return of old favourite Ted Ricer. * Say hello again to Maud Bennett, the box office queen and keen knitter. * Find out if Jim Donnell's daughter Debbie presents him with a grandson or granddaughter. * Discover if Dave and his partner Dan are still together. * Will Enid ever get to grips with decimal currency? * Who is the new theatre cleaner with her trusty mop and bucket? * Meet theatrical agent Audrey Audley. Secrets, Memories, Laughs, Loves and Losses are all within the pages of the sequel to "Twice Nightly" "To Catch a Falling Star". With an eye for detail, Tony's characters come alive on the page as the sounds of the seaside play gently in the background. Tying up some loose ends that readers were eager to have answers to, return to a gentler time, where computers and mobiles were something only talked about on "Tomorrows World". Also included is the short story "The Landladies Convention". The Annual Dinner Dance is on the horizon and Muriel, Freda and Lucinda all have their eye on the coveted prize of the Silver Cup and Sash for the Guest House Landlady of the Year Award 1969. Who wins, who loses? The results are bound to cause upset and surprises for all three.

Publisher: Upfront Publishing
ISBN: 9781780357133

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