With our rehearsals starting to pick up the pace now, we realise there are just eight weeks left to our opening. That means it is time to start promoting the play and our poster should be appearing in local villages shortly.
Meanwhile, here is the poster as a reminder that it is never too early to book your tickets and obtain your preferred seating.
You can read more about this play by clicking here
It will be a couple of months yet before you can get to see our next production Take Away The Lady. In the meantime why not scroll through our new gallery of photos from Double Top and see why we all had so much fun.
All the photos can be viewed in our photo gallery pages by clicking here.
Yes, here we go again. Rehearsals for our final play of the 2018-2019 season began a couple of weeks ago with our cast working through the initial blocking. Now the hard work begins.
We like to mix our styles and give you different plays and Take Away The Lady follows on from our more modern and earthy performance of Double Top with this, a ‘play of suspense’, a whodunnit by Jimmy Chinn. Set somewhere around the 1950s, The Doubletree family gather for a surprise visit, one that raises questions about the death of their mother some 15 years ago.
You can read more about the play and also get in early with your ticket reservations by following these links;
To say the atmosphere was buzzing after the final night of ‘Double Top’ would be an understatement. The post-play adrenaline, the obvious popularity of the play and the enjoyment of being a part of this great production guaranteed a great party on stage.
Once again it was thanks to Mike Morland’s skills in creating such a believeable bar but he had to wait until Saturday night after the play before we brought real alcohol into our ‘pub’.
If we were worried that a more earthy kind of play would be an issue then our fears were displaced from the first night as word spread and gave us a virtual sell out on every night. Only the incredible Kick In The Baubles and Calendar Girls can beat the success of this production. Ron Rose’s wonderfully crafted play with its natural language, laughter, tears and music is something we will remember for a long time. And our thanks also to Gareth Tudor Price for his choreography of the feature fight scene and other well-received tips and it was a pleasure and an honour to have Ron join us in a real pub after our first night’s performance on Thursday.
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