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  2. Soloist and radio presenter joins the jazz contingent… Liv Fernandes Liv Fernandes grew up in SW London and began singing more than a decade ago and with a feeling for jazz studied the genre at City Lit Adult Education College, London. In 2017 she was selected as one of several soloists at the Addlestone Community Theatre in the musical extravaganza ‘Ella Fitzgerald’ a celebration of the legendary jazz vocalist. 2018 has been an increasingly successful time and this summer she was selected for Platform 4 at The Pheasantry, part of the Pizza Express Live Entertainment programme, where she showcased her repertoire accompanied by a trio led by incredible pianist John Crawford. Liv is also a presenter with the show Soul Jazz Junction at the internet station Jazz London Radio. Prior to this she had four years with community station Croydon Radio. Her highlights included interviews with award winning artists Gregory Porter, Clare Teal, Liane Carroll, Courtney Pine and Zara McFarlane. Don’t forget to keep an eye on our social media feeds for announcements of new artists… Buy tickets here! TICKETS Back to Surrey Showcase… The post Jazz in The Studio from Liv Fernandes appeared first on Nomad Theatre.
  3. Mandy News (press release) (blog) Acting adventures in TV, theatre and the Edinburgh Fringe with actor and comedian Dan March Mandy News (press release) (blog) Then I joined the local amateur dramatics society as well as doing school plays in the sixth form where I was fortunate to play lead roles.I thought about going to drama school and then I got a place at Oxford. Mum and school were very positive about ... View the full article
  4. shropshirestar.com No escape on menu for diners at 'Allo 'Allo charity meal shropshirestar.com Leezen very carefully. We weel zay zis only once... A Shropshire Rotary club has linked up with a local amateur dramatics group for an 'Allo 'Allo lunch in the company of the likes of Rene, Herr Flick, and Officer Crabtree. View the full article
  5. Simcoe.com News from Clearview Community Theatre Simcoe.com Clearview Community Theatre is a not for profit amateur theatre group which rehearses out of Stayner and has been operating in the area since 1996. CCT's mission is to bring all age groups in the community together to create a friendly, open and ... View the full article
  6. Bringing her amazing opera set to The Studio… Bronwen Harding Bronwen made her operatic title role debut as ‘Carmen’ in London with Secret Opera and also premièred as ‘Madre Germont’ in the company’s all female production of Verdi’s La traviata – “The Trousered Traviata” – with performances in London and Brighton. Recent opera roles include ‘Orlofsky’ in J.Strauss’ Die Fledermaus (Opera Integra), ‘Lola’ in Cavalleria Rusticana‘ (Opera Passione), ‘Suzuki’ in Madama Butterfly (Hellenic Opera Co, Greece) and ‘Amore’ & ‘Valetto’ in L‘incoronazione di Poppea (Skull of Yorick Productions) and ‘Dorabella’ in Cosi fan tutti (Ensemble OrQuesta). In 2017, Bronwen founded Rogue Opera to bring intimate opera productions to new spaces and audiences. The company’s first show, Bizet’s Carmen, premiered in May 2018 and will tour in Autumn/Winter. Bronwen is also a regular recitalist and performs for private and corporate events across the UK. Don’t forget to keep an eye on our social media feeds for announcements of new artists… Buy tickets here! TICKETS Back to Surrey Showcase… The post Opera cabaret presented by Bronwen Harding appeared first on Nomad Theatre.
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  8. We’re welcoming soloist… Charlotte Rowling Charlotte is an alumna of the Orpheus Centre, established by Sir Richard Stilgoe twenty years ago in Godstone, Surrey. She has been singing, under the guidance of a professional tutor and mentor, for nearly twenty years and has sung at St John’s, Smith Square, Cadogan Hall and the Royal Opera House. She sings regularly in outreach performances for the Orpheus Centre, demonstrating, in the best way she can, what the Centre can offer young people who face more than their fair share of challenges in life. She is an enthusiastic member of an arts group called Freewheelers where she contributes to music, singing and drama workshops, and recently performed in their production of Amandla, telling the story of Nelson Mandela. Charlotte has recorded several CDs and is learning the violin. She has established her own stained-glass project and, to let off steam, is now a member of Meridian Archery Club. Never a dull moment! Don’t forget to keep an eye on our social media feeds for announcements of new artists… Buy tickets here! TICKETS Back to Surrey Showcase… The post Charlotte Rowling represents Play In A Week on the Main Stage appeared first on Nomad Theatre.
  9. expressandstar.com Lifelong friendships are formed through a love of am dram expressandstar.com Lifelong friends are worth their weight in gold and amateur theatre is certainly one of the best hobbies to meet and enjoy the company of like-minded people. ... From the local garden fete to cabarets with professional acts, we've done it all. We've ... View the full article
  10. Adding a duo to our busker line-up… Simon & Nika Nika and Simon have been performing together since the beginning of 2018as an acoustic duo and as part of a bigger band. They play many different styles from Blues to Gospel to Rock. At the Surrey Showcase event they will perform some Jazz standards; a particular favourite! Don’t forget to keep an eye on our social media feeds for announcements of new artists… Buy tickets here! TICKETS Back to Surrey Showcase… The post Duo Simon & Nika on Bob’s Busker Spot appeared first on Nomad Theatre.
  11. Adding some guitar ballads to Bob’s Busker Spot… Graham Russ Graham is a Surrey based singer-songwriter penning ballads, thinkers & anthems for the head and the heart. Don’t forget to keep an eye on our social media feeds for announcements of new artists… Buy tickets here! TICKETS Back to Surrey Showcase… The post Graham Russ will be on Bob’s Busker Spot appeared first on Nomad Theatre.
  12. Joining the buskers… James Gourlay Born and raised in Guildford, I am a 21 year old multi instrumentalist. Whilst still a novice at live performances, I have been playing instruments for the past 11 years ranging from Guitar, Piano and Drums. I take influences from bands such as Arctic Monkeys, Catfish and the Bottlemen and Green Day. My claim to fame came back in 2013 at George Abbot School when my band won the battle of the band competition during charity week! Don’t forget to keep an eye on our social media feeds for announcements of new artists… Buy tickets here! TICKETS Back to Surrey Showcase… The post Up on our Bob’s Busker Spot – James Gourlay appeared first on Nomad Theatre.
  13. On The Studio stage… Marc Brightside Marc Brightside is an author of poetry and realist fiction for adults, hailing from South London. Marc first discovered poetry under the tuition of Julian Stannard and has since been been published in various outlets across the UK, both online and in print. His poem ‘Eleven Years of May’ was a top ten finalist in the National Poetry Competition and his debut collection, Keep it in the Family, was released by Dempsey & Windle Publishing in 2017. Marc is currently working on a second poetry collection and his first full-length novel, and can be found performing in-and-around Central London. Fans of barbed, bitter, cynical musings on life may find something to enjoy in these poems. Don’t forget to keep an eye on our social media feeds for announcements of new artists… Buy tickets here! TICKETS Back to Surrey Showcase… The post In The Studio – Marc Brightside appeared first on Nomad Theatre.
  14. The Stage The Green Room: What is the worst costume you have ever worn? The Stage I was hoping not to have to reveal that. The back end became very famous. Jon Don't they always? Annie Back in the days before I knew you could be a professional actor and I thought the height of it all was amdram, I played Gertie the Camel in a local ... View the full article
  15. Welcoming our first female poet to The Studio stage… Trisha Broomfield Trisha pulls inspiration from childhood memories whether real or imagined. Her poems combine light humour with a twist of perception and the occasional dash of darkness. Her second collection, Husbands for Breakfast has recently been published by Dempsey and Windle. Don’t forget to keep an eye on our social media feeds for announcements of new artists… Buy tickets here! TICKETS Back to Surrey Showcase… The post Trisha Broomfield, poet, joins Surrey Showcase appeared first on Nomad Theatre.
  16. Hailing from Farnham and joining The Studio stage… Ray Pool Ray is a published poet from Farnham, regularly reading at open mic poetry events in London and in the Home Counties and tends to favour characterisations using regional accents for poems of an ironic nature whilst also being fond of more serious material too. Ray currently has two pamphlets to his credit, and Dempsey & Windle have published two collections by Ray who has at various times in a varied life been a musician working on the BBC and on cruise ships, a skilled furniture restorer, a bird – watcher, an opportunistic photographer, and a keen railway enthusiast. He is a collector of quaint words, dialects, regional accents, other people’s conversations, tin whistles, and other shiny things, which may go some way to explain the eclectic nature of his poems. His stories, dryly and sometimes absurdly humorous, are always entertaining and sometimes moving. Don’t forget to keep an eye on our social media feeds for announcements of new artists… Buy tickets here! TICKETS Back to Surrey Showcase… The post Poet, Ray Pool in The Studio appeared first on Nomad Theatre.
  17. Adding to our spoken word performers in The Studio… Ian McLachlan Ian McLachlan is a regular performer on London’s spoken word scene. His poems have been published in numerous magazines and journals including Envoi, Magma, Poetry Salzburg Review, and The Rialto. His spoof illustrated poetry pamphlet Confronting the Danger of Art, which he co-produced with Phil Cooper, is available from Sidekick Books. He tweets and instagrams @ianjmclachlan Don’t forget to keep an eye on our social media feeds for announcements of new artists… Buy tickets here! TICKETS Back to Surrey Showcase… The post Spoken word from Ian McLachlan appeared first on Nomad Theatre.
  18. BishopstokePlayers

    The Vicar of Dibley

    Bishopstoke Players’ September production this year is based on the much-loved TV comedy, “The Vicar of Dibley”. All your favourite characters from the hugely popular series – Alice, Hugo, Owen, Jim, David and of course Geraldine – will be on stage to bring you an evening of fun and laughter. The ancient old vicar of Dibley has passed on and parishioners are horrified to learn that the Bishop has appointed a woman in his place. As Geraldine battles to win over the sceptical parish council, the villagers (with the exception of influential David Horton) gradually learn to accept her as The Vicar of Dibley. This show brings together some of the best loved moments from the TV series and links them to make a wonderful evening of comedy, culminating in a fairy-tale wedding. Performances are in Bishopstoke Memorial Hall from Thursday 27th to Saturday 29th September 2018 at 7.30pm. Tickets are £8 (£6 for those aged 16 or under) and are available from www.bishopstokeplayers.uk/buy-tickets or email boxoffice@bishopstokeplayers.uk or phone 07871 006551. “The Vicar of Dibley” has been adapted for the stage by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter from the original TV series by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer. With kind permission of Tiger Aspect Productions. As with all Bishopstoke Players’ productions, proceeds will be donated to the charity Action for Children.
  19. All Edinburgh Theatre EdFringe Theatre – Grassroots companies All Edinburgh Theatre The script of As You Like It gives comfort and parallels with life to orphan Rosalind, living with the local Reverend and his daughter, Celia. Part modern, part original Shakespeare, this adaptation leans into LGBT themes hinted at in the original text ... View the full article
  20. TTG Agent in the Spotlight: Ken Clifford TTG This led me to set up Clifford International Travel in 1986. What are your hobbies? I'm a keen thespian and love treading the boards with the local amateur dramatics group. I'm also very proud of my garden and spend a lot of time keeping it in tip-top ... View the full article
  21. Daily Mail Reviving this dying monarch really is absurd: Exit The King is a load of royal nonsense, writes QUENTIN LETTS Daily Mail So pleased was Mr Walliams with their show, which uses professional, amateur and local thespians from their youth group, that the Britain's Got Talent judge has promised future collaborations. Mr Stink is a genuinely charming production that marries ... View the full article
  22. Kidderminster Shuttle Stourport theatre group dig deep for young care charity Kidderminster Shuttle The Areley Kings Players amateur theatre group presented £300 to YSS Worcestershire Young Carers, which will fund trips and activities for young carers aged from seven and 25 who have a caring role at home. As well as delivering activities for carers ... View the full article
  23. Charity Today News Kind theatre group donates money to young carers Charity Today News A family orientated amateur theatre group in Areley Kings, Stourport on Severn, recently donated £300 to support young carers in Worcestershire. The theatre group, called Areley Kings Players, donated the money to YSS Worcestershire Young Carers to ... View the full article
  24. So Cheshire Nantwich 'Societies Spectacular' 2018 So Cheshire Local groups and societies opened up stalls to promote what they do to a large audience in an event organised by Nantwich Town Council. The annual day is popular in helping clubs and societies recruit new members and volunteers and publicise the great ... View the full article
  25. Star2.com Dear Thelma: I am 50 and I don't know how to make friends Star2.com Could you advise me how to get started?” If the person seems too busy or unapproachable, ask if she can direct you to a local artist community or club. ... I'm thinking dancing, tennis or joining an amateur theatre. Join a group or take a class ... View the full article
  26. Audrey II plant puppet/prop now looking for a good home. Built and used in the Great Knaresborough Bed Race parade back in June this year. It includes: • Audrey II • the plant pot • vines • roots • baby plant hand puppet heads • there’s also a Little shop of Horrors sign if you’d like it. Use: • The plant goes over someone’s head, with the mouth and tongue operated with your arms May well need some fixing and adapting for theatre use, but provides a solid base. Please see full details on our ebay link below, including YouTube videos of it or a video of it being used at the 2nd link below: Ebay link: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F292650618663 Video link: https://youtu.be/ahNQnI3QxiQ
  27. Crawley News 24 Crawley theatre group wins rights for Shrek The Musical Crawley News 24 A local amateur theatre group has been granted exclusive rights in the South East to perform the extremely popular Shrek The Musical in Crawley. Following a record-breaking UK and Ireland tour, the smash hit blockbuster will be coming to Crawley next year. View the full article
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