Frantastics still on hold

The Frantastics are looking forward to getting back into action once COVID restrictions lift

The Peninsula-based popular choir, The Frantastics, has announced it will not resume activities until government regulations in relation to COVID-19 allow.

Director, Fran Kendall, said things had been looking good for the choir at the beginning of the year as members chose new performance outfits and had the year fully booked.

“Early in March the pandemic put the choir into hiatus, with much regret,” she said.

“Members have missed socialising, singing and entertaining all over the Central Coast.

“We have kept in touch with morning/afternoon teas and monthly lunches at Ettalong Bowling Club and thankfully, no-one has caught the virus.

“A very short Annual General Meeting was held in October, keeping strictly to COVID regulations re numbers permitted for gatherings.

“It was unanimously decided that the choir will not resume until government regulations permit.

“Needless to say, all are looking forward to that day with great anticipation.”

Media release, Nov 10
Fran Kendall, The Frantastics