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    • Emma
      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.
      • 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:
      Video link:

    • MayhemTheatre
      If you fancy directing,choreographing or MD-ing this fantastic show, drop us a line by 10 June at info@mayhemtheatre.co.uk we'd love to hear from you!
      We're very pleased to say that rights for the next placed show, Return to the Forbidden Planet, are available, and we are thrilled to announce that it will be our autumn show, to be performed at the Epsom Playhouse from 26-29 September 2018.

      Return to the Forbidden Planet is an Olivier Award winning rock musical, a riotous mix of Shakespeare and sci-fi, and includes over 30 classic rock n roll numbers. It's absolutely sure to have audiences rocking in the aisles at the Playhouse and we can't wait to get started!

    • Fredrika
      The award-winning musical Pippin returns to the Bridewell Theatre from 9-19 May in a new production staged by Sedos, the City of London’s premier amateur theatre company.
      Ambitious young man Pippin is ready to change the world. But things are never that simple. Setting out to make his mark, Pippin dabbles with the horrors of war, the lure of sex and the sordid world of politics, failing at every turn. But there is someone Pippin can rely on. Someone he can trust. Someone who can help Pippin be remembered forever… in one final, extraordinary blaze of glory.
      With its infectious and unforgettable score from four-time Grammy and three-time Oscar winner Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Godspell, Children of Eden) and its iconic choreography by Bob Fosse, Pippin has delighted audiences across the world since the original production in 1973. The most recent Broadway revival swept the New York awards circuit, including winning the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical.
      The Sedos team are delighted to bring Pippin back to the Bridewell, a theatre that holds a special place in the history of the show. The now widely used “Theo ending” was first staged at the Bridewell exactly 20 years ago.
      “It has been a pleasure exploring this deliciously dark show with such an incredibly dedicated and talented company, who have managed to put a new spin on such a well-loved story,” said Chris Adams, director of Sedos’ production of Pippin.
      “As well as being packed with memorable, fun show-tunes, Pippin has a really intriguing darker edge, and we've taken inspiration from contemporary stories like Black Mirror and The Handmaid's Tale in our design. Our choreography combines modern twists with nods to the original routines created by Bob Fosse. 
      “I think audiences will be surprised by the show and will enjoy coming up with their own
      ideas about what it all means. Despite being developed in the 1970s, it really does feel bang
      up to date.”
      Book by Roger O.Hirson
      Music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
      Box office: sedos.co.uk
      9-19 May
      7.30pm, plus Saturday matinees at 2.30pm
      Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, London, EC4Y 8EQ
      Tickets: £14.50-21
      LEADING PLAYER | Corin Miller
      PIPPIN | Joe Thompson-Oubari
      CHARLEMAGNE | Kris Webb
      LEWIS | Paul Nicholas Dyke
      FASTRADA | Vicky Terry
      BERTHE | Annie Houseago
      CATHERINE | Charlie Welch 
      Siobhan Aarons
      Toby Churchley
      Will Emery
      Tim Garrad
      Eloise Horton
      Clarissa Lonsdale
      Hannah Parker Smith
      Mark Siddall
      Becky Sweeney
      Vaughan Watts (dance captain)
      Sean Westwood

      DIRECTOR | Chris Adams
      MUSICAL DIRECTOR | Sophie Wright
      CHOREOGRAPHER | Paul Brookland-Williams
      CO-PRODUCERS | Lizzie Drapper and Pippa Kyle
      LIGHTING DESIGNER | Oliver Levett
      SET | Steven King 
      SOUND DESIGNER | Adrian Jeakins
      COSTUMES | Clare Harding  
      IMAGE AND FLYER DESIGN | Rebecca Pitt  
      Photo caption: Leading Player (Corin Miller) at the forefront of the company
      Photo credit: Michael Smith/Sedos

    • Custardpie


      By Custardpie, in Events,

      Rapunzel is a new reworking of the much loved fairy tale, but this version includes three witches, three old “codgers” and a unicorn!
      fullhouseonline, is the old full House productions re launched, and anyone who would like to find out more then email Judy on enquiry@fullhouseonline.co.uk

    • Fredrika
      Iconic 1930s American Comedy Opens at the Bridewell Theatre 
      Sedos presents a revival of the award-winning 1930s comedy You Can’t Take it With You at the Bridewell Theatre, off Fleet Street, from 10 - 14 April 2018. Written by popular comedy writing duo, Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman, the play won the 1937 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and was then adapted for the screen, winning the 1938 Academy Award for Best Picture and Best Director. The play had a Tony award-winning revival on Broadway in 2014 starring James Earl Jones and Rose Byrne.
      Set in the summer of 1938, New York City, You Can’t Take it With You introduces you to the Sycamores, an eccentric family who live life to the fullest by pursuing their passions – no matter how bizarre. Their routine is disrupted when their daughter Alice wants to bring her new fiancé and his ultra conservative Wall Street family home for dinner. The brusque Sycamores must straighten up to meet the new in-laws and despite all best-laid plans, mishaps and mayhem ensue.
      Director Nick Mouton said: “You Can’t Take it With You is a good insight into American life in the 1930s, post the Great Depression. Wall Street is working hard to stabilise the market, there’s an increase in Russian emigration following the Revolution, and Franklin D Roosevelt has implemented his New Deal plans. This is then mixed with the fun-loving and unpredictable ways of the Sycamore family to create a madcap, idealistic and raucous comedy.
      “The play is a strong statement about the dangers of being obsessed with making money, which ultimately led to the crash in 1929, and that you should live your life to the fullest rather than be held down by the mighty dollar.”
      Since 2012 Sedos has been the resident theatre company at the Bridewell Theatre.
      You Can’t Take it With You
      Written by | MOSS HART and GEORGE S. KAUFMAN
      Tuesday 10 to Saturday 14 April 2018
      Evenings at 7.30pm, Saturday matinee at 2.30pm
      Bridewell Theatre
      Bride Lane, off Fleet Street
      London EC4Y 8EQ
      Tickets: £11.50 - £18.50
      Box office: www.sedos.co.uk
      No booking fee.

      Gala Night - Friday 13 April
      Ticket includes a free glass of fizz, a show programme and a box of Essie Carmichael’s sweets.

    • stuartjamesnz
      Following their exciting 2017 season which included the four-star reviewed, sell-out production of Fame: The Musical and a brand new musical adaptation of Lysistrata, Centre Stage London have announced their innovative 2018 season.
      Featuring a varied programme, Centre Stage London are proud to announce their 52nd Season which includes: Love Happens Here - An LGBTQI Cabaret; Mic Drop - A Musical Throwdown; Centre Stage Rocks! and the return of family-favourite, the original high-school musical, Grease The Musical!
      The season reflects Centre Stage London’s focus on diverse offerings for their members. Chair, Alexis Rose, says “Our team have worked to develop a fresh, innovative season which offers a wide range of opportunities for our members, old and new, onstage and off. Mixing large shows with smaller cabarets, well-known titles with totally new formats, ensures a diverse experience for our actors, creatives and audience. We are proud to be able to continue our tradition of offering exciting, high quality, affordable theatre to central London audiences.”
      In February Centre Stage presents Love Happens Here - AN LGBTQI Cabaret. Just like the LGBTQI community themselves, their soundtrack is vast and diverse. Centre Stage London is proud of our LGBTQI members and the connection we have with this vibrant community and is excited to celebrate a message of hope, acceptance, activism and love in Love Happens Here - An LGBTQI Cabaret!
      Next up in June, it’s officially on! In a new musical concept, Mic Drop- A Musical Throwdown, Team Girls will take on Team Boys in this musical throwdown of epic proportions! Each team will battle for fame and glory via social media during rehearsals, but only one can be victorious. Who will it be? Well, only the audience have the power to decide at performances. So pick your side, and consider the gauntlet thrown!
      Following in September is Centre Stage Rocks! Breaking free from the traditional theatre environment, this is a rock concert that will blast the house down with some of the biggest tunes Musical Theatre has ever seen. An opportunity for vocalists to unleash their inner rock god and perform alongside a live rock band with a festival-like feel, and for audiences to really let their hair down!
      Completing the season, in November, Centre Stage London is excited to present the return of family-favourite Grease The Musical. Featuring all the unforgettable songs from the movie including ‘Grease Is The Word’, ‘Summer Nights’, ‘Hopelessly Devoted To You’, ‘Sandy’, ‘Greased Lightnin'’, ‘You're The One That I Want’ and more, dust off your leather jackets, pull up those bobby-socks and see Danny and Sandy fall in love all over again at The Bridewell Theatre in the original high-school musical!
      About Centre Stage
      Centre Stage is a central London-based theatre company that has been entertaining audiences with musicals and cabarets for over 50 years. An amateur society and registered charity, we began as a light opera company in 1966.
      Our members range in age from their 20s to their 60s and come from all walks of life - current members include teachers, lawyers, bankers, directors, web designers, nannies, librarians, managers, event organisers and retirees. But we all share one thing: a passion for musical theatre!
      www.centrestage.london Follow @centrestageldn on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
      Photo Credit- Alexis Rose

    • Meshtheatreco
      RC Sherriff's seminal World War 1 play Journey's End is being brought to the iconic Kruitmagazijn (ammunition store) in Ypres, Belgium this October and November. A survivor of Passchendaele, RC Sherriff penned this masterpiece after the war and 100 years since he fought there, Mesh Theatre are bringing it back to the region. Set in a dugout over four days leading to a horrific attack, it charts the physical and mental ordeals experienced by a company of British officers as new recruit, Lieutenant Raleigh, discovers Captain Stanhope, his childhood friend and hero, has changed almost beyond recognition.
      Mesh Theatre bring high-quality war dramas to historic war zones, producing live theatre "where history speaks". The shows bring truth and life to classic war dramas in evocative buildings close to the site where so many lives were lost. Their début production in Ypres, Belgium October 10th - November 12th 2017 is set in an immersive bunker at the historic Kruitmagazijn, taking the viewer back 100 years to the trenches of World War 1.
      Dates: 10th October - 12th November
      Tickets: www.meshtheatre.com/tickets.html or tickets@meshtheatre.com or call 07817 707517

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