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Exciting oppotrunity to join TipTop Production for their production of the hilarious 'Charley's Aunt' by Brandon Thomas.
With a cast of 10, there are a number of parts for both older and younger performers.
Presented at Chester's intimate Forum Studio Theatre, this production promises to take a much loved classic and give it a hilariously contemporary twist.
Everyone is welcome to audition. See audition notices for further details
Presenting The New Centurions amateur dramatic group! Calling all actors, directors, technicians, designers and back-stage hands! 🎵🎭<br style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#1d2129;font-size:14px;">If you would like to be part of an exciting new amateur dramatic group, come along to our auditions on Sunday 27 January, 5pm - 9pm for Bedroom Farce by Alan Ayckbourn! We will be performing the play on 16-18 May 2019 in the Century Theatre itself.<br style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#1d2129;font-size:14px;"><br style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#1d2129;font-size:14px;">All are welcome to join, come along whatever your acting experience. In the audition we will provide short extracts of the play to read. There's no need to prepare anything in advance.<br style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#1d2129;font-size:14px;"><br style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#1d2129;font-size:14px;">For Bedroom Farce we are looking for people suitable to play the roles of Delia, Ernest, Jan, Nick, Susannah, Trevor, Malcom and Kate.<br style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#1d2129;font-size:14px;"><br style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#1d2129;font-size:14px;">We have plenty of other parts in the company to get involved with too. If you are interested , please do come along as we are setting up the group and will be performing other plays in future!
The Century Theatre is Britain's oldest surviving travelling theatre and is based in Coalville, Snibston, Ashby Rd, Coalville LE67 3LN.
Swanley Light Opera Group are very excited to be performing the iconic Broadway musical RENT from Thursday 21 - Saturday 23 February 2019, at The Howard Venue, 39 Egerton Avenue, Hextable, Kent BR8 7LG. Performances are nightly at 7.45pm, and tickets are £15.00 (£14.00 concessions Thursday only). Call the Box Office on 01474 706665 or book online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/SLOG (booking fee applies).
NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN DUE TO ADULT THEMES AND LANGUAGE
Drowning on Dry Land is a 2004 play by British playwright Alan Ayckbourn, his 66th to be produced. Exploring the culture of B-list celebrities, it is a comedy about the rise and fall of Charlie Conrad, a man apparently famous for being a failure.
Charlie Conrad is a celebrity. His talent? He hasn’t got one; the nation took him to their hearts for very publicly being unable to do anything competently. One fateful day, however, Charlie meets Marsha, and his marriage and career go into freefall … Drowning on Dry Land examines the current obsession with celebrity for its own sake and chillingly but hilariously demonstrates how celebrities can be destroyed as quickly as they are made.
Adam Alexander, Louise Gaul, Chris Lang, Mark Campbell, Alex Parker, Shereen Sands and Mark Foulds
8pm, Wednesday 20th – Saturday 23rd February 2019
Doors open 30 minutes before curtain up
Seats: £9.00 Concessions: £8.00
The Alexandra Hall, Bramshot Avenue, Charlton, SE7 7HX
You can book your tickets via the WHAT'S ON page on our website, by emailing us, text or phone.
07867 627 987 | email@example.com | www.alexandraplayers.org.uk
21 January 2019 19:30
0Mr 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
22 January 2019 19:30 Until 22:00
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
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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