Tickets for our Annual Pantomime go on sale tomorrow, this year it is “Puss In Boots” written by Alan Davies and directed by Emma Davies. More information and on-line booking can be found here.
Well, what do you think?
We have changed the menu bar slightly – to incorporate our logo colours. Also, you will have noticed that our homepage is now where you see all our updates and blogs, so we have added an About Us page which contains all the information that was previously on the home page.
So, let us know what you think of the new look, and feel free to make any suggestions regarding anything you would like to see included on the website.
Our next production is the Pantomime “Puss in boots” this January.
Open auditions are to be held on Sunday 20th October in St. Mary’s church Hall, Shelone Road, Briton Ferry at 3p.m.
Hope to see you there and please ask anyone you know that might want a part to pop along too, the more the merrier!
Panto time is fast approaching, and as it is our 65th Anniversary year, I would love our members to send in some designs for our Puss in Boots poster. A winner will be selected and may be used for both the posters and programmes.
You can send your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org
An interesting article from our Vice Chairman
Looking forward to the programme photo shoot this Sunday!
Got a good feeling about this production’s design.
We will soon be starting a series of blog posts from members of the society. This series, you might have guessed will be titled “A day in the life of…” and will follow a member around on a typical, theatre related day.
The first in this series shall come from our Poster and Programme designer – Gareth Rees
Congratulations to Joyce Harding and Gareth Rees on thier Award Success last night at the NODA Regional Awards.
Joyce won the Award for; Best Performace in a Supporting Role for; Grandmother in “Haywire”
Gareth won the Award for; Best Programme; “Hello, Is There Any Body There?”
We’d love to hear your thoughts on what you wish to see included on this site.
So far we have had suggestions like Rehearsal video footage and clippings of newspaper reviews. The reviews section has been added and with regards to the rehearsal footage…….watch this space, rehearsals haven’t started yet.
So, come on guys, let’s here what you want to see.
So the curtain raises on our “Evening of Comedy” next week, now is your chance to get yourselves some tickets for what promises to be a night full of laughter and tears.
Tickets can be bought by clicking here or anywhere on this site where you see the “Buy Tickets” button.
Grab yourself a bargain, tickets are £5 (non refundable). Come and see our award-winning cast, they’ll have you in fits of laughter from beginning to end.