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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.

Allestree Theatre Group

Allestree Theatre Groupa��s next production is a comedy by Alan Ayckbourn, Living Together, which is part of his Norman Conquest trilogy.

It will be performed on 29th 30th and 31st October 2015 at St Nicholas Church Hall, Allestree Lane, Derby.A�

Visit their website for full details.A�A�A�

http://www.allestreetheatre.co.uk

 

 

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Audition Pieces, Songs and Pen Portraits

The auditions for PRINCIPALS are in the Church Rooms at St Nicholas Church, Allestree Lane, on Friday 11th September, starting at 7.30 pm.A�

Please sign in when you arrive – wea��ll need 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. It would be a good move to bring a drink with you because we aren’t able to provide drinks on this occasion.

Sorry but we won’t be able to tell you there and then if you have been successful in your audition,

Be in Snow White!

It might only be July, but the script for Snow White is nearly finished and wea��re beginning to plan our auditions and rehearsals.

We are looking for actors and actresses for our principal parts aged from 13 to 130, and for supporting actors for anyone over the age of ten.

If youa��re interested in being a part of our show, then please come along to our script read through. At the read through you will be able to meet the production committee who will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have,

This yeara��s charity donations

The success of Jack and the Beanstalk has allowed us to makeA� donations to three local charities.A� The total amount wea��ve donated is A?1,500.A� The charities are Children First,A� Derby Shield and TOGS

You can get more information about Children First and Derby Shield by clicking on the website links below.

http://www.childrenfirstderby.co.uk/

https://www.mencap.org.uk/local-groups/group/derby-shield

TOGS dona��t currently have their own website.A� They are a clothing bank project based in Osmaston Road, which provides free children and adults clothing to those in need.A� You can find more info and contact details in a pdf file on the website of FEE,

Our New Patron

We are pleased to announce the appointment ofA�our new patron, Charles Hanson MRICS, manager of Hansons Auctioneers, and BBC Antiques expert – as seen on Bargain Hunt, Flog It! and The Antiques Roadtrip.

With Hansons Auctioneers being based at Etwall, Charles is a local and high profile patron whose career (which started at Christies) is based on the belief that an auction is a place of theatre and entertainment, with high excitement, drama and tension.A� He says a�?The spark of bringing buyers and sellers together ignites a salerooma�?.