SIR – I must congratulate Great Witley Operatic Society on the production of Oklahama!.

It was magnificent and the first time I have seen a GWOS production.

The director Chris Love gave a show of perfection resembling the original film of the 50s with fine music that resounded across the whole auditorium.

Everyone connected with the performance, from the director to the costumes, scenery, lighting and the beautiful voice of Kit Windows-Yule (Curly), who I have seen before, was excellent.

Kit gave the musical a head start right from the beginning with his rendition of Oh what a beautiful morning.

It may have been cold, miserable and wet outside but inside there was a warmth of pure 50s nostalgia.

I must also mention Laurey, played by Lynsey Squair, who was as good as Curly with the most exquisite voice. The comic antics of Ado Annie Carnes (Kathryn Cope) were splendid for all to see with Ali Hakim (Dan Robinson) and Will Parker (Lewis Adey) vying for her attention.

The whole cast from actors to dancers were absolutely first class.

I understand from the programme’s foreward by Paul Thompson (president) that it is the first time that GWOS has ventured into American Musical Theatre.

May I suggest they do so again.