THAMESIDE Theatre in Grays have shared a heartfelt NHS Tribute from the Drama group Lightnin’ and Thunder and have urged the Thurrock community to keep sending in their entries to Thameside Creative Community Challenge.
On Monday 4 May, Thameside Theatre shared the video (posted below) of the NHS tribute (originally posted by Emily Taylor) along with the accompanying message:
The theatre said: “Our friends at Lightnin’ & Thunder, who regularly perform at the Thameside Theatre, have put together this heartfelt tribute to our NHS and keyworkers.”
The theatre are also urging the Thurrock community to keep up their entries to the Thameside Creative Community Challenge.
Yesterday (Tuesday May 4) they posted the following message on their Facebook and urged creatives to submit entries in the form of video or images in the comment section.
The Thameside Creative Community Challenge page can be found by clicking here.
Here are just some of the impressive entries to the challenge.
Andy Joyce created art on a carpet using a vacuum and a hair brush.
On Sunday 3 May, Thameside Theatre share this picture on Facebook, of Darcey, age 5, who has made a rainbow heart to express her thanks to key workers.
On Friday 1 May, YourThurrock brought you the efforts of talented Polly, age 9, who has been raising money for the NHS by selling her paintings to friends and family as part. Read more on Polly’s story by clicking the link here: Polly’s paintings raise money for NHS
On Wednesday (29 April), YourThurrock brought you the story of Harry Westerman, another to take part in the challenge.
Thameside Theatre shared the video of talented Harry playing a singing a song for the challenge.
To watch his performance and to read the full story, please go to the following link here: Harry’s song