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    • Open auditions for our production of Les Miserables.
      Based off the original novel by Victor Hugo, this show requires a full cast, aged from 10 - 70, male and female, for named speaking roles. It is a non-musical dramatic adaptation of the novel, for full scale stage performance.
      All roles except "grown up Cosette" open for casting, please scroll down for a list of all roles being cast.
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    • William Shakespeare's Macbeth - Torquay
      ***TICKETS NOW ON SALE : https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/southdevonplayers***

      Performing William Shakespeare's original unabridged text, the award-winning South Devon Players Theatre & Film Company, homegrown in Brixham, bring this drama to life in an all-new production. This classic tale of ambition, destiny and murder takes place in the near future, dramatized across a post-WW3 landscape, performed by a strong team of local professional actors.

      Winners of the 2017 Epic Award for England, am annual national award for groundbreaking innovation and creativity in the arts, the South Devon Players specialise in high-quality productions based on classical texts, and researched history, developing and showcasing the talent of actors and other creatives from around South Devon.

      Torquay performances will take place on
      Friday Feb1st 2019 - 7.30pm
      Saturday Feb 2nd 2019 - 2.30pm & 7.30pm

      at Torquay Museum
      529 Babbacombe Road,
      Devon TQ1 1HG

      - Moderate bloodshed
      - No strong sexual content
      - No strong language

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      email; southdevonplayers@gmail.com
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    • Audition notice - Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
      Join WOS Productions for the area premiere of 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels', to be performed in the Winston Churchill Theatre in Ruislip 26 May - 1 June 2019.<br style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#222222;font-size:small;">

      Based on the popular 1988 film starring Michael Caine and Steve Martin, 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels' takes us to the French Riviera for highjinks and hilarity as two con men target a wealthy heiress in a battle of wits. Sophisticated, suave, and with a good dash of mischief, this hysterical comedy features a delightfully jazzy score and was nominated for a staggering eleven Tony Awards.

      Auditions are Wednesday 9 January at our rehearsal venue near South Kenton tube station - all roles big and small are up for grabs as well as general ensemble and dancers. Please contact wossecretary@gmail.com or visit www.wos-productions.org.uk for more information and the audition pack. 
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    • Fun pantomime for all the family 

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    • The Quay Players proudly present our annual pantomime, Alice in Wonderland! Beat those post-Christmas blues and come on an adventure through Wonderland. Featuring a host of well-known characters and a selection of fabulous songs, this is a show you won't want to be late for!



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  • Upcoming Events

    • 21 January 2019 19:30
      Mr and Mrs Nutterson’s new baby is called Rapunzel, after the flower which Mrs Nutterson ate during her pregnancy. Their evil neighbour Mother Gothel knows that the flower holds the secret of eternal youth! Mother Gothel realises that Rapunzel has inherited this power, demands to take the baby, and locks her away in a tower. Years later, a Prince helps Rapunzel to escape. But can they both avoid the clutches of Mother Gothel and her devious daughters? (Spoiler alert: Yes, they can).
      Friday 18 January 2019, 7.30pm
      Saturday 19 January 2019, matinee 2.30pm, evening 7.30pm
      Sunday 20 January, matinee 1.00pm, evening 5.30pm
      Friday 25 January 2019, 7.30pm
      Saturday 26 January 2019, matinee 2.30pm, evening 7.30pm
      Sunday 27 January, matinee 2.30pm
      Adults £10
      Children £6
      Concessions £6
    • 22 January 2019 19:30 Until 22:00
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      With an insatiable appetite for sex and booze, Baal lives his life for the moment. From stage to sewer he leaves a trail of devastation and recklessly dispensed lyricism in his wake.
      Bertolt Brecht's first full length play, Baal, rages with the fire of youth. Nothing escapes young Brecht's burning wit and self-immolating irony here. An anti-hero and cult artist at odds with the world, Baal indulges in fleshy decadence spewing surreal poetry and bawdy libretto.
      Drunken and depraved, he strips romanticism bare and throws it onto the shit-heap. The secretions that stain Baal's world glisten to reveal the excesses of youth and blind idolatry of creative genius.
      Baal tells the story of a travelling musician who wrecks the lives of anyone and everyone he comes into contact with, sleeping around and drinking himself into oblivion.
      Whilst Baal’s many sexual relationships and his use and abuse of power could portray his as the stereotypical bloke, this production explores gender and sexuality politics, through androgynous casting.
      Featuring a soundtrack of rock classics, performed live by an actor-musician ensemble, the music will take you into the world of the rock star; where the cult of Baal’s celebrity is more important than the actions he takes and the lives he ruins.
      By creating a wild environment on stage that reflects the degradation of Baal, from debauchery to infamy, through the use of  the elements, director Robert J. Stanex is bringing the didacticism of Brecht’s writing to the forefront, writhing in dirt, drowning in fluid and revelling in the birth of Epic Theatre.
      This is Sedos’ first venture into Brecht, however we are no strangers to tackling difficult subject matter or complex theatrical conventions. We are excited to present this interpretation of such an iconic writer and titan of theatre.
      Baal contains strong language, nudity and scenes of a violent and sexual nature.
      This amateur production of Baal is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD.
      Tuesday 22 January to Saturday 26 January 2019
      Evenings at 7.30pm, Saturday matinee at 2.30pm
      Tickets: £11.50-£20
      Gala Night: Friday 25 January
      Tickets £15.50-£20. Ticket includes a free glass of fizz, a show programme and a late bar.

    • 23 January 2019 19:15
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