The Catholic Association of Performing Arts held their annual dinner at Allen Hall in Chelsea last Friday evening.
Richard O'Callaghan, chairman and Frank Finlay CBE, vice president were among the guests. Also present was Judge Nicholas Hillard QC, and Mgr Vladimir Felzmann Chairman of the CaAPA board of trustees.
After dinner, members processed into the courtyard of Allen Hall for their traditional prayers around the Mulberry Tree led by Father Patrick Molony. The tree is believed to be one from the garden of St Thomas More, which was once on that site in Chelsea.
Fore more information about the activities of the Catholic Association of Performing Arts visit: www.catholicassociationofperformingarts.org.uk/
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