Songs, sketches and jokes old and new
Two sell-out shows have raised more than Â£2,000 for a village hall refurbishment fund.
Alnmouth Show attracted a packed house on both nights, bringing in a huge boost for the Hindmarsh Hall refubishment fund.
Children from Hipsburn School singing songs from the First World War got the show off to a lively start.
The pupils had been practising for the previous few weeks and appeared on stage in period costume.
Other items in the programme included sets from Alnwick Ukulele Riff-Raff, flamenco guitarist Cliff Blakey and flautist Laura Murphy, as well as an extended turn from talented duo Josie McDonagh and Phil Smith.
Songs from Len Reece and Ian MacKarill, a jocular rendition of the Highway Code from the Alnmouth Friars and a series of comedy sketches featuring the collective talents of John Ward, John Gregson, Mary Hollins, Robin Winder, Simon Rushden and Andrew Baxter all contributed to an evening that provided a wide variety of entertainment.
A dedicated team of helpers, led by show director Jonathon Webb, made the whole thing possible and thoughts are already turning to 2019.