Free circus tickets for families with disabled children are available now from a national charity.
This group of youngsters got the chance to show off their talents on stage at the Marryat Hall in 1995. The show had a mix of drama, music and, quite randomly, karate. Judging by the big thumbs up it must have gone pretty well. I wonder where these kids are now? Singers? Actors? Karate experts?
A rather stylish tea dance at the Marryat Hall. They were quite popular back then. I must say I like the idea. It all seems very civilised and reminiscent of Outposts-of-the-Empire, the sort of thing they’d do at Raffles in Singapore or at the Officers Mess in Calcutta.
Dundee Model Railway Club had a massively successful exhibition at the Marryat Hall in October 1988 and the place was mobbed, so much so that chairman of the club Vic Burnes-Jones had to apologise for the congestion. I blame Thomas the Tank Engine myself for making trains so popular. Look at the fascinated kids.
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