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    Written and directed by Steven Catterall & Andy Burke The rags-to-riches fairy tale about a poor girl who is visited by a Fairy Godmother and finds herself at the swankiest party in the land. Leaving in haste, Prince Charming searches the land for the girl in the glass slipper… This traditional pantomime from the directors of Aladdin and Whittington! is packed full of jokes, japes, songs and silliness for the whole family.
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    Woman In Mind

    Written by Alan Ackybourn Directed by Dave Reid Comedy from the view point of Susan, a woman who has just banged her head on a garden rake. Susan’s mundane life with her vicar husband and their estranged son is enlivened by an imaginary new family. As Susan draws us in to her private world, the line between fantasy and reality blurs, with some surprising results.
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    Stepping Out

    Written by Richard Harris Directed by Rebecca Dickinson A comedy about eight people from different backgrounds who end up attending weekly tap dance classes in their local church hall. As the weeks pass, they develop skill and co-ordination while new friendships are formed.
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    A Bunch of Amateurs

    Written by Ian Hislop & Nick Newman Directed by Barbara Wilcox In this hilarious comedy, fading Hollywood action hero Jefferson Steele arrives in England to play King Lear in Stratford – only to find that this is not the birthplace of the Bard, but a sleepy Suffolk village. And instead of Kenneth Branagh and Dame Judi Dench, the cast are a bunch of amateurs trying to save their theatre from developers. Jefferson’s monstrous ego, vanity and insecurity are tested to the limit by the enthusiastic am-dram thespians. As acting worlds collide and Jefferson’s career implodes, he discovers some truths about himself – along with his inner Lear!
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    Our Town

    Written by Thornton Wilder Directed by Mark Jones One of the all-time great American plays, this reveals the lives of the citizens of the small New Hampshire town Grover’s Corner between 1901 and 1913. Looking back from 1938 we follow George and Emily as they leave school, get married and expand their families. Over the course of the play we meet the milkman, Doctors, farmers, shop workers and other residents that make up the town. With love, and loss, heartbreak and hope, this groundbreaking play presents three snapshots of everyday life at the start of the last Century.
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    Accidental Death of An Anarchist

    Written by Dario Fo Directed by Robert Walsh Considered a classic of 20th Century theatre, this comedy about corruption is set in a police station, where an investigator must discover whether a recent suspect really “fell” to his death from the window or if there’s been a cover-up. “A zany political farce” - The Guardian
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    The Rise And Fall of Little Voice

    CADOS present a musical romantic comedy about Laura, a girl who locks herself in her bedroom listening to her late father’s record collection. Soon, she is able to mimic the famous divas Judy Garland, Shirley Bassey, Dusty Springfield and more. Her domineering mother sees Laura as a way of escaping their small Northern town for a glamourous showbiz life and enlists the help of small-time club agent Ray. They both see the girl as a ticket to the big time, but Laura just wants to be loved. Chorley writer Jim Cartwright has crafted a modern fairytale of love and hope as Little Voice finally finds a voice of her own. Tickets Mon-Wed £8, Thurs-Sat £10 from Malcolm's Musicland 01257 264362 or www.chorleytheatre.com
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    Poster Design

    Looking for an eye-catching poster to promote your show? I've been designing for Amateur Dramatics groups in Lancashire for over 10 years and now want to offer the service to other groups across the country. I'm a fan of theatre so know exactly what you want, and I will tailor to your needs for good rates. If you need a logo, I can do that too! Take a look at my website www.birdhouseimages.com for examples, then get in touch! If you're interested you can see some examples here too

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