Spring Production – The Ladykillers

Tony Giddings will direct our Spring Production – The Ladykillers. A gang of desperate criminals arrive at a the house of a little old lady under the guise of classical musicians and proceed to pull off a daring robbery. But when their landlady finds out the truth about their criminal act there is only one thing they can do ! But silencing a little old lady proves harder than they think !

Production Dates will be Wednesday 8th to Saturday 11th May

Constable MacDonald – genial copper, who deals with Mrs Wilberforce’s fanciful concerns.
Mrs Wilberforce – a model of genteel propriety.
Professor Marcus – self-professed criminal mastermind, desperately keeping disaster at bay, beguiling the old lady and finding ever more outrageous solutions to the complications she innocently presents.
Major Courtney – a con man who is all politeness, but has a secret penchant for ladies clothes.
Louis Harvey – is a brooding, exotic Romanian with a liking for blades of the knife variety.
One-Round – is a heavy ex-boxer, not given to quick thinking.
Harry Robinson – is riddled with nerves, and is given to obsessive polishing of the furniture.

Auditions will be on Friday 1st February and Monday 4th
February at Tesco Community Room

One Act Festival at Codford

We have entered the bi-annual one-act play Festival which will take place at The Woolstore Theatre at Codford on Friday 15th March.

Tony Giddings is directing an chilling Edwardian drama called ‘Sequence of Events’ with the following cast :-

  • Hangman – Andrew Morrison
  • Lily-Ann Turbett – Anna McGrail
  • Claude Vole – Cameron Runyeard-Hunt
  • Herbert Vole – Alan Rutland
  • Margaret Vole – Ange Davis

Panto a great success !

Well what a great two weeks that was ! We had a total of 1179 people came to see Robin Hood – that’s an average audience of 118 per performance !

We also had a good review from Noda – well done to everyone involved

Robin Hood is here !

After nearly 4 months Robin Hood takes to the stage this Thursday !

We’ve moved in, built the set, lit the lights and costumed up. Time for an audience !

Break a leg everyone !