SHARON Morris, who this year celebrates 20 years as a member of local amateur operatic companies, is making her debut as a producer with Horwich RMI Operatic Society for Guys and Dolls. She started her amateur stage career with the Bethel Crowd where she gained notoriety as the only Little Red Riding Hood with cigarettes in her basket then made her first appearance with Horwich in the chorus of Hello Dolly in 1982. Since then, she has played a number of leading roles including Julie in New Moon and Carrie Pipperidge in Carousel. When not on stage, Sharon has worked hard in charge of props.

Sharon has well established credentials as a producer. She started by producing the Bethel Crowd Junior Workshop's first show, Bugsy Malone in 1985. This was followed by numerous productions including Grease and Sweeney Tood.

Guys and Dolls runs from Monday, March 16 to 21 at Horwich Leisure Centre. Tickets are available from 01204 573450 or at the RMI Club, Ramsbottom Road on Tuesday evenings.

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