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50th Anniversary Event

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Past and present members of St Nicholas Players are shown enjoying the hospitality at our 50th Anniversary event which was held on the 22nd September. The event was a resounding success! It was a great opportunity to meet old and new friends, catch up and reminisce.

Various memorabilia, cast in costumes, old and new pantomime programmes and a unique DVD sound bite which took everyone through the past five decades were on show for everyone to enjoy.

Pictured above L-R are…

1- Colleen Pratt,

Derby pantomime lovers have a treat in store!

Rehearsals for Aladdin are now well under way.  Our fiftieth anniversary production promises to be a real humdinger, with not one but two troupes of dancers working hard on an opening number that is already looking amazing.  The chorus have pitched in with enthusiasm and are on their third song already.  Meanwhile our set designer has surpassed herself, the wardrobe team is literally scouring the world for costumes and props, and our set builders have promised us a real flying magic carpet.

Only three months to go, then Derby panto fans will be able to find out whether the 50th anniversary celebrations in Olde Peking will prepare the Princess for the throne –

Read-Through and Audition Dates

Anyone interested in being in the cast of our next show, Aladdin, should come along to the read-through of the script then attend our auditions.  Details of these are as follows (these are the correct dates; those originally publicised have been changed).

  • Sunday 9th September – script read-through, 2.30 pm – 5.30 pm, St Nicholas Church Hall
  • Friday 14th September – auditions for principal parts, 7.00 pm – 10.30 pm, the Church Room and Choir Vestry
  • Sunday 16th September – auditions for chorus and dancers. 2.30 pm –

Cast Reunion, 22nd September

Special Invitation

ST.  NICHOLAS PLAYERS

ALLESTREE

Would like to invite past and present members to a

PANTOMIME REUNION  

on 22 September 2012

at St. Nicholas Church Hall, Allestree.

6.00pm- 10.00pm

to celebrate in advance our forthcoming very special

50thperformance in 2013

of

 ALADDIN

by Colleen Pratt and Mary Geraghty

Places are limited due to the capacity of the Church Hall.

Our 50th Anniversary

Our next production – Aladdin, in January and February 2013 – will be our 50th anniversary show.  Go to our 50th anniversary pages for more about

  • Our anniversary reunion on September 22nd
  • The history of the St Nicholas Players
  • More about Aladdin
  • Getting tickets for the show
  • Auditioning to be in the show

 

Recent donations to charity

The success of last year’s show, Beauty and the Beast, has enabled us to make donations to three local charities:

Children First – £300  http://www.childrenfirstderby.co.uk

Safe and Sound – £300  http://www.safeandsoundderby.co.uk

St Nicholas Parochial Church Council (for youth work) – £300  http://www.stnicholasallestree.org.uk/index.html

 

Other donations we have made in recent years are:

 

2011

Safe and Sound – £400

Children First – £300

Derby Kid’s Camp –

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