THERE IS something heartwarming about the annual Vera Plumridge’s Musical Soiree.
The show is in its 35th year and Vera continues to put her heart and soul into the show.
From very young ones just learning their first pieces to artists such as Charlotte Dawson who have now appeared on much bigger stages. They all get to appear.
The show would not go on without the support of the Mardyke Valley Rotary Club.
In the audience was deputy leader of Thurrock Council, Val Morris-Cook who said: “I loved the show and I applaud all the work that Vera puts in.
“If you come year in and year out, you see artists develop and grow.”
This piece features an interview with Vera plus the music of Charlotte Dawson and Karl Griffin.