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Latest audition info

Our auditions for Beauty and the Beast are on Sunday 16th September, in the Church Hall at St Nicholas Church (Allestree Lane, DE22 2PE).

The auditions for PRINCIPALS start at 12.00 noon.

The auditions for SUPPORTING ACTORS and DANCERS start at 2.30 pm.

We’ll need you to sign in on your arrival, and to provide your contact details including telephone numbers and an email address. Please inform us on your arrival if you have to leave quickly, so that we can try to audition you as soon as possible.

Script read through – Beauty and the Beast

Come and join us for our read through next Sunday, 9th September, 2.30 pm, at St Nicholas Church Hall, Allestree Lane (DE22 2PE).

The auditions are a week later – Sunday 16th September- at the same venue. Principal parts at 12.00, supporting cast and dancers at 2.30. More about the auditions will be posted here after the read through. If you want some more info please give Becci, our Chair, a call on 07780 337850.

Alice in Wonderland – Audition Info

Our auditions for Alice in Wonderland are on Sunday 17th September, in the Church Hall at St Nicholas Church (Allestree Lane, DE22 2PE).

The auditions for PRINCIPALS start at 12.00 noon.

The auditions for SUPPORTING ACTORS and DANCERS start at 3.00 pm.
(If you can arrive a few minutes early to register, we’d appreciate it.)

We will need you to sign in on your arrival and to provide your contact details including telephone numbers and an email address. Please inform us on your arrival if you have to leave quickly,

Next year’s panto is Alice in Wonderland!

Our next production will be Alice in Wonderland, written by Colleen Pratt.A� Ita��ll be at our usual venue, St Nicholas Church Hall, Allestree Lane, Derby, on the following dates in 2018:

January 19th, 20th, 26th and 27th

February 2nd and 3rd

Tickets will go on sale in October.

The script read-through will be on Sunday September 10th,

Read This Review then buy your ticket to get a clear picture!

Thanks to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) for posting a great review of Snow White. A�https://www.noda.org.uk/events/reports/snow_white_27

To save you clicking on the link, this is what it says:-

This was a family pantomime with plenty of audience participation, jollied along by Mark Wilde as an enthusiastic Dame Bric-a-Brac, with a host of corny jokes and one liners. A�Kianna White gave a lovely performance as Snow White, along with bubbly and likeable Catherine Treanor, as Monday, one of the seven brothers and sisters, each named as a day of the week by their mother Dame Bric-a-Brac.

Hey! Dona��t miss Snow White!

Tickets for our 2016 pantomime are still available. A family show scripted by our prolific and experienced writing team of Colleen Pratt and Mary Geraghty, Snow White has a traditional story with some interesting twists, and is packed with laughs, slapstick, and great singing and dancing by our enthusiastic mixed cast of adults, teenagers and older children.

Long enough (but not too long) performances are at our usual venue, St Nicholas Church Hall, Allestree Lane, Derby, on January 22nd, 23rd, 29th, 30th and February 5th and 6th, with afternoon matinees on all three Saturdays. Get your tickets now!

You can buy tickets for Snow White at our box office

You can visit our booking office in Allestree on Saturday 16th or Saturday 23rd of January 2016. Just drop in at St Nicholas Church choir vestry on Allestree Lane (DE22 2PE) between 10.00am to 12 noon.

 

Tickets are also available online, by post or by phone – just go to the tickets tab.

Get yours booked as soon as you can!

Rock of Ages

When Snow Whitea��s been and gone, herea��s another show you might like to see.

Gatepost Theatre Companya��s production of Rock of Ages is on at the Guildhall in Derby from February 24th to 27th. A rock and roll fairy-tale that morphs into something else, the show features music from Styx, Whitesnake and others.A� See the link below for more info. (Not suitable for under 14a��s.)

http://www.derbylive.co.uk/whats-on/rock-of-ages

 

Whodunnit in Quarndon?

While youa��re waiting for Snow White (and ita��s coming along very nicely), why not head up to Quarndon to see the whodunnit “Prescription for Murder” by QUADSA�(Quarndon Amateur Dramatic Society)?

The show runs for four nights from November 18th to 21st. Get more details by clicking on this link which will take you to their website (http://www.quarndonquads.co.uk)

 

 

 

 

Tickets on sale now!

Tickets for Snow White go on sale today.A� Ita��s our fifty-third annual show, with an excellent script, attention-grabbing dances and our usual eclectic selection of songs (oldest song 1949; newest 2014).

Click here to go to our ticket sales page.

Adult tickets cost A?7 each, and tickets for children (up to16) and senior citizens, only A?5.

If you come on our opening night, Friday January 22nd, you pay A?5.00 whatever your age.