Following a committee meeting on 3rd June 2019, please read on…..
After discussions, we are delighted to announce that the 2020 Pantomime will be directed by Alice Love. She has adapted Aladdin from the version we did some years ago. The dates are 17th, 18th, 19th 24th, 25th and 26th January 2020.
Andrew Crossland invites everyone to a reading of his latest play on Wednesday 17th July at the Trinity Hall.
As the AGM approaches, (24th July), the committee have been setting out the agenda points – more later but a sneek preview reveals some changes we want to make to rehearsals, some ideas for future funding, some information regarding our premises and a call out for willing members to become chaperones. Of the 6 committee members, 2 do not wish re-election whilst the others are happy to stay in post if re-elected. Also, the Secretary position is up for re-election.
Paul’s current play, “Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me” is progressing well and he has the following message to the membership.
“Good Morning fellow members.
I wish to solicit all your help with ticket sales for this outstanding play.
We have only three characters/actors so sales from the cast will be relatively less than for a large cast play.
The three actors are doing an absolutely fantastic job and are working very hard as they have so much to do.
The story line gives rise to much humour – sometimes gentle – sometimes madcap – sometimes dark.
There is also much pathos and high levels of emotion.
You can sell tickets for this production confident that Michael Cutts, Ian Davies & Phil Johnson will entertain & make you as proud as they do me.
Thank you all.”
Finally, we have decided to withdraw the members email address with immediate effect. We owe a duty of care to our members and as a responsible organisation, we must control the content and frequency of emails. If you would like to send a message to the members, please advise the committee with the full details (email@example.com) and it will be reviewed along with any other requests and distributed within a few days.