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Into The Woods
Audition: Group name: Earls Coutiers Website: Event: Audition- All main roles available Time: 18:00- 20:00 Dates: Mon 9th and Tues 10th March Mon 16th and Tues 17th March Name of the Event: Into the Woods Group Name: Earls Courtiers Name of Venue: Barkston Gardens Street: Barkston Gardens City or Town: London County: London Postcode: SW5 0ER Region: London Country: United Kingdom Description of Event: Open Air Theatre show of Into the Woods in a communal garden square in Earls Court, London 21st -27th June 2020 Please contact Toby for audition slot and materials Email address: toby [dot] brown [at] tlclondon [dot] com Please Spread the word
Posted: 20th Feb 2020 by (Audition)
Great British Pantomime Awards
Audition: The Great British Pantomime Awards are seeking applications for the role of judges for the 208-2019 season. Anyone interested in this wonderful opportunity to be part of the Great British Pantomime Awards, please contact them by clicking on the following url.
Posted: 27th Apr 2018 by (Audition)
Murder Mystery at the Cabaret (BRIXHAM)
Announcement - general: A lively show of live dance, singing, music, comedy, poetry, and more- with a twist! Friday Jan 27th, 7.30pm Saturday Jan 28th, 7.30pm The Edge: Bolton St, Brixham TQ5 9DH (left hand side, a couple of minutes walk from Bolton Cross in the town centre) Mr Stewart hosts a night at his Cabaret club. The acts are great, the show is great - there is just one cloud on the horizon - some of the cabaret performers are arguing and bickering. During the evening, a murder occurs. Can you help Mr Stewart identify the culprit? This is a family-friendly production, with a team of professional actors, dancers, comediens, and singers, with a variety of acts providing something for everyone! Laughter, suspense and entertainment are guaranteed! Tickets: Adults £6 Children/ OAPs £5 Book your tickets now on ABOUT US Facebook & Twitter: @sdevonplayers Instagram: sdevonplayers1 email Youtube: southdevonplayers
Posted: 16th Dec 2016 by (Announcement - general)
Open auditions for Jack The Ripper (theatre)
Audition: Auditions at Chestnut Community Centre, 1-3 Poplar Close, Brixham, Devon, TQ5 0SA, on Sunday feb 5th 2017, 1pm - 4pm (please arrive between 12 and 1pm) By popular request, we will be adapting legends and mysteries exploring tales of the Victorian serial killer known as Jack The Ripper, to the stage, with a steampunk twist. All roles are available for casting. This means that there are principal, and smaller roles (all speaking), for ladies and gentlemen of all ages. The show is profit share, with equal profits less performance venue hire, being shared equally among all involved. Photos and video clips are also provided to all. All ages are welcome, (we are mainly an adults group, but under 16s with a parent in attendance are welcome) and we are willing to help refine and develop performances, but we do expect a professional level of rehearsal and show commitment. Please come and be prepared for script readings etc. Rehearsals at our home base of Chestnut Community Centre, 1-3 Poplar Close, Brixham, TQ5 0SA Sundays - 12.30 - 4pm, Wednesdays 6.30pm - 9.30pm. A minimum of 75% of required rehearsals must be attended in order to create a professional show. We are strict about timekeeping and rehearsing with the rest of the team. For more info on us: __________________ Facebook & Twitter: @sdevonplayers Instagram: sdevonplayers1 email Youtube: southdevonplayers Members rules of conduct, and how we are structured at:
Posted: 16th Dec 2016 by (Audition)
Christmas Dancewear
Wanted/For Sale: Angel Dancewear have some great gifts for dancers if you're not sure what to buy this Christmas. The also have the latest fashion dancewear for girls and teens, all types of dance tops like halter necks and crop tops, plus dance shorts - and 2-piece sets.
Posted: 13th Nov 2016 by (Wanted/For Sale)
Christmas in the City
Announcement - general: Sunday 11th December 2016 The Grand Ballroom, The Europa Hotel, Great Victoria Street, Belfast. Doors open at 5.00pm (VIP reception from 5-6pm) Concert 6.00pm - 8.00pm ‘Christmas in the City’ annual charity concert is back in Belfast with a host of special guests on Sunday 11th December 2016 This is fast becoming an important event in the city’s Christmas calendar, with last year’s concert raising £10,000 of vital funds for charity. Tickets from £12.50 - £25 (includes VIP reception) Book tickets now via the Grand Opera House box office on 028 9024 1919 or visit
Posted: 30th Sep 2016 by (Announcement - general)
Mordred; The Arthurian stage show coming to Paignton, Dartmouth, and Dartington in sept 2016
Announcement - general: A gritty, dark tale, Mordred is an Arthurian-era drama, heavily influenced by the earliest legends of Mordred, who is traditionally seen as King Arthur's arch-nemesis, and illegitimate son. More information and booking from
Posted: 26th Jul 2016 by (Announcement - general)
Fiddler on the Roof
Announcement - general: Fiddler on the Roof Join Bath Theatre School this July as they draw you into the heartwarming story of timeless traditions that define faith and family when performing the Tony award winning musical Fiddler on the Roof. The story centres on Tevye, the father of five daughters, and his attempts to maintain his Jewish religious and cultural traditions as outside influences encroach upon the family's lives. He must cope both with the strong-willed actions of his three older daughters, who wish to marry for love – each one's choice of a husband moves further away from the customs of his faith. Featuring the classics “To Life,” “If I Were A Rich Man,” “Sunrise Sunset,” “Matchmaker” and “Tradition,” Fiddler On the Roof provides an uplifting celebration that raises its cup to joy! To love! To life! With critics praising last year’s production of Joseph and the Amazing Techicolor Dreamcoat as a “visual spectacle”, which gave “an excellent opportunity to utilise and showcase their training in a high quality production,” make sure you get your tickets to this uplifting and fascinating show which is suitable for the whole family. Dates: 14-16 July Times: 2pm (Sat only) and 7pm Location: Kingswood Theatre, Bath, BA1 5RG Tickets: Buy online: or call 01225 640046 Cost: £12 Adults and £10 Under 16s
Posted: 25th May 2016 by (Announcement - general)
Announcement - web: What happens when Angela, a young documentarist takes up the case of the man with amnesia for her real life tv slot? Barons Court Theatre, 17-29th May 2016 Tues-Sat: 7.30pm/Sun 6.30pm Mats Sat 21st & 28th May 2.30pm Tkts: £12 Concs: £10
Posted: 24th Mar 2016 by (Announcement - web)
Announcement - web: What happens when a dynamic young documentarist takes up the case of the man with amnesia for her real life tv slot?
Posted: 24th Mar 2016 by (Announcement - web)
Zoi Dimitriou: The Chapter House
Announcement - general: What does it mean to be a creator, and what does it take to make (or remake) an art work in and for the digital age? The Chapter House is an interdisciplinary dance piece featuring intricate choreography by Zoi Dimitriou coupled with video installation by Mark Coniglio, inventor of Isadora software and co-director of the group Troika Ranch. This new perspective-shifting collaboration is a seductively ambiguous examination of the acts of performing and documentation. Dimitriou’s aim is to expose the processes and mechanics of creation by using digital media to record, re-construct and re-enact a live performance. In The Chapter House she’s inviting you to gaze back at the body of her work and discover how meaning can be revealed and transformed…
Posted: 15th Feb 2016 by (Announcement - general)
BA1 Performance Workshop
Announcement - general: An evening of workshop performances in which first year students have devised collaborative works that are questioning and experimental.
Posted: 9th Feb 2016 by (Announcement - general)
Live at Trinity Laban
Audition: Join children and young people from across Lewisham at Laban Theatre for this highlight event of the annual Lewisham Live festival.
Posted: 9th Feb 2016 by (Audition)
U.Dance 2016
Announcement - general: Come along and support talented youth dance companies from across the capital as they perform at the London Regional Platform of U.Dance 2016 presented by The Greenwich Dance & Trinity Laban Partnership.
Posted: 9th Feb 2016 by (Announcement - general)
Eleanor Sikorski and Flora Wellesley Wesley: Nora
Announcement - general: Nora is the coming together of dancers Eleanor Sikorski and Flora Wellesley Wesley, plus guests Liz Aggiss, acclaimed duo Jonathon Burrows and Matteo Farigon, and French choreographer Simon Tanguy.
Posted: 29th Jan 2016 by (Announcement - general)
Andreas Constantinou: Double Bill; ReDoing GENDER 1.5 / The WOMANhouse
Announcement - general: “A show of power that left the audience breathless and enriched" - The Danish Arts Council British born Constantinou, selected for Aerowaves16 as one of the 20 most exciting choreographers in Europe, returns to the UK for this showcase performance. ReDoing GENDER 1.5 is an award-winning solo performed by Constantinou. It challenges patriarchal masculinities to question normative gender roles; from classical sculptures of male ideals, a gender-confused ape, a box-headed individual, to a full blown crying baby with a man's body. ReDoing GENDER 1.5 is filled with intense imagery displaying one man's search for identity under the gaze of the patriarchy. In The WOMANhouse, four female performers abandon their feminine worlds to step into a male universe, transforming themselves into men and questioning their masculinities. What is it to be man? Is this the same as being masculine? Does your body define your gender? Where does the masculine begin and the feminine end? With these questions in mind, the lines between constructed maleness and their own female bodies are explored.
Posted: 20th Jan 2016 by (Announcement - general)
BA3 Choreography
General/Misc: In preparation for their imminent careers as professional dance artists, final year students have experienced intensive periods of creative exploration and rehearsal. The result is an exciting and challenging programme of new works perform by skilful and versatile dancers nearing the completion of their training at Trinity Laban.
Posted: 19th Jan 2016 by (General/Misc)
Excalibur Film & Fantasy Convention
Announcement - general: Excalibur Film & Fantasy Convention Film/ Fantasy/ Scifi convention at the Red House Hotel, Rousdown Rd, Torquay TQ2 6PB Entry: £4 Adults, £3 children Saturday March 19th 2016, 11am - 5pm _________________________________________ Tickets: Event web-page:
Posted: 22nd Dec 2015 by (Announcement - general)
Theatre: Robin of Sherwood - a medieval comedy and a feast
Announcement - general: A lively, family friendly comedy, this production takes place in the Great Hall of Nottingham Castle, where the Sheriff of Nottingham, has his feast interrupted by the outlaws, with hilarious results. The show is set in the "round", as a medieval hall, with all audience seated as if they are guests at the Sheriff's feast. Light refreshments are provided, and included in the ticket price.
Posted: 22nd Dec 2015 by (Announcement - general)
Open Auditions (Film & theatre) for "Mordred"
Audition: A gritty, dark tale, Mordred is an Arthurian-era drama, heavily influenced by the earliest legends of Mordred, who is traditionally seen as King Arthur's arch-nemesis, and illegitimate son. In the earlier legends, Mordred is much more of an ambiguous character, and not pure evil, as in modern re-tellings, this film and theatre show tells of the legends, from Mordred's point of view. Open auditions will be held Sunday Feb 28, 2016, 4.30pm , Chestnut Community Centre, 1 - 3 Poplar Close, Brixham, TQ5 0SA
Posted: 2nd Dec 2015 by (Audition)
Shakespeare's As You Like It
Announcement - general: All the World's a Stage ... Mayhem’s Shakespeare in the park returns for a fourth year, with one of his most popular comedies, As You Like It following previous sell-out productions of Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Performed in the outdoor splendor of Cannizaro Park (Wimbledon), Nonsuch Park (Cheam) and the beautiful grounds of St Philomena’s School (Carshalton), Shakespeare’s As You Like It is a beloved comedic tale of love, wit and folly, and a perfect accompaniment to a summer evening picnic. Forced into exile from the court by his usurping brother, Duke Senior takes refuge in the Forest of Arden while his daughter Rosalind remains at court as a companion to her cousin Celia. Jealous of her popularity, Duke Frederick finally banishes Rosalind from the court, so disguised as a boy she embarks on a journey through the forest in search of her exiled father accompanied by her cousin Celia and Touchstone the fool. Click here to download the eFlyer: As You Like It Sat 11 July 2015, St Philomena’s School, Carshalton Tue 14 and Wed 15 July 2015, Nonsuch Park, Cheam Thu 16, Fri 17 & Sat 18 July 2015, Cannizaro Park, Wimbledon All performances start at 7.45pm Tickets: £13/10 (concessions & MMTC members) Box Office: or 07939 144610 Picnics are welcome. Please bring your own seating or rugs. Cancellation: we will only cancel a performance if absolutely necessary due to adverse weather conditions. In this instance, if possible, tickets for an alternative performance will be offered. We will not however, be able to provide monetary refunds.
Posted: 21st Jun 2015 by (Announcement - general)
Operaview presents THE BEAR, Opera performance and Photography Exhibition
Announcement - general: After the loss of her late husband, 'the best of all men', Helena Popova refuses to leave the house. In constant mourning, among pictures and ghosts, her world is turned upside-down by the rude intrusion of an uninvited and determined guest. Three singers, one piano and a series of photographic portraits bring this extravagant seductive comedy to delightful heights 6th-12th July 2015.
Posted: 12th Jun 2015 by (Announcement - general)
Kiss Me Kate
Production Availability: The award winning Bounville Musical Theatre Company (BMTC) are proud to present our exciting new production of the classic Cole Porter musical, ‘Kiss me Kate’ based on Shakespeare’s much loved play ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ performed between Tuesday 12th May and Saturday 16th May 2015 at The Crescent Theatre, Sheepcote Street, Birmingham B16 8AE. Box Office: 0121 643 5858. The show follows the antics of a travelling theatre company, cleverly blending elements from the play with musical numbers resplendent with Porter’s witty lyrics and catchy tunes, such as ‘Another Op’nin’, Another Show’ and ‘Too Darn’ Hot’ to name but two, as the main characters battle both onstage and off. It’s a show that brilliantly showcases Porter’s genius at marrying show stopping melodies with lyrics that make you laugh and cry (sometimes in the same number!). see for more info.
Posted: 2nd Jan 2015 by (Production Availability)
Panto Casting for Beale Country Park
Audition: We are casting for a low paid, short run pantomime being presented at Beale Country Park. Auditions are on October 4th. If you would like more information please follow the below link, or contact us on Applicants should be based in London or the Reading area. We are casting a dame, Aladdin, Abanazar, Fairy and Princess. We look forward to hearing from you.
Posted: 30th Sep 2014 by (Audition)
Casa Night of Ideas
General/Misc: Saturday 13th September 2014 6:00pm Inspired by the Institut Francais’ brilliant La Nuit de la Philosophie / My Night with Philosophers, we are excited to announce and welcome you to join us for the very first all night celebration of Latin American culture in the heart of East London. On September 13th, come down to the iconic Rose Lipman Building from 6pm to 6am and enjoy an amazing line up of talks and debates on politics, literature, drugs, sex, art, architecture and more alongside movie and documentary screenings, traditional board-games, play-readings, live music and genre-busting DJs. And to keep us all going throughout the night, there will be delicious Latin American food, snacks, drinks and of course, coffee. The Rose Lipman Building, 43 De Beauvoir Road N1 5SQ Duration: 12 hours Tickets: £5 booked in advanced [] - £7 on the door
Posted: 18th Aug 2014 by (General/Misc)
Auditions - Peter Pan
Audition: First Audition - Adults Saturday, 20 September, 7.30 till 10.00 pm Sunday, 21 September, 6.00pm till 10.00pm The Annexe, 78 Victory Road, South Wimbledon, SW19 1HN
Posted: 9th Aug 2014 by (Audition)
Les Miserables: The Web Film Series AUDITIONS
Audition: OPEN AUDITIONS 11-6pm at Jasmyn House, Midvale Road Paignton Devon TQ4 5BD SEPT 27TH 2014 _________________________________________________ A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT: In a nutshell, this is a long term crowdfunded internet film series, to be broadcast on Youtube and Vimeo, (and any other film or video sites chosen!) starting shooting by the end of 2014. Overall, this is a three year project, with filming taking place for each crowdfunded episode, over a few days, after funding has been raised. During filming days, shoots could be an early start to late finish, and for relevant characters also include night-time shoots. A lot of locations will be in and around Devon and Cornwall in the UK, some locations in France, especially for later episodes, will be looked into as well.
Posted: 30th Jul 2014 by (Audition)
Open Auditions: Zorro! (actors, singers, dancers), Brixham Sept 14th
Audition: Open auditions, talking place on Sunday Sept 14th, at 1pm, at our usual rehearsal venue of Chestnut Community Centre, Poplar Close, Brixham, TQ5 0SA If you are unable to attend this date and would like to considered, please contact for an alternative auditions date to be arranged. These are panto auditions, for a panto with a difference. This show remains a family-friendly production as with all our shows, but combines traditional panto, with the glamour of a Vegas-style show, to create an all new type of show, based on the legend of the Mexican bandit, Zorro. Auditions are open to all, regardless of age and experience, what we do require is that you are reliable, a good timekeeper for rehearsals.
Posted: 30th Jul 2014 by (Audition)
1920s cabaret, in Brixham & Torquay
Announcement - general: * Enjoy music, dance, singing & comedy suitable for the whole family. * Travel back in time to 1920, at Buckwells Cabaret Club in Torquay on its opening night. * See local performers in an exciting, awardwinning, non-profit Brixham theatre company specialising in historical productions since 2005. Torquay: Friday Sept 5th, 7pm 2014, 7pm Sherwell Valley Primary School, Hawkins Avenue, Chelston, Torquay, Devon TQ2 6ES Tickets £6 (adults) £4 (under 16s / DSS) Contact our secretary, Laura, on 07855 090589 / to reserve. * Ticket price includes light refreshments. Brixham: Saturday Sept 6th 2014, 3pm and 7.30pm The Edge, Bolton Street, Brixham. TQ5 9DH Tickets £6 (adults) £4 (under 16s / DSS) Purchase tickets from The Edge, or contact our secretary, Laura, on 07855 090589 / to reserve. * Ticket price includes light refreshments, adults are welcome to bring a bottle. Torquay: Sunday Sept 7th 2014, 7.30pm The Artizan Art Gallery & Cafe, Lucius Street, Torquay TQ2 5UW Tickets £6 (adults) £4 (under 16s / DSS) contact our secretary, Laura, on 07855 090589 / to reserve.
Posted: 30th Jul 2014 by (Announcement - general)
Let Me Stay
Announcement - general: Living with dementia? You’re having a laugh! A tender and unique exploration of the impact of Alzheimer’s on family relations. Let Me Stay is a celebration of life and love as seen through the eyes of Shirley McNamara, Queen of the Mersey. Alzheimer's does not have to be a tragic end, an apologetic withdrawal from life. Think of it as a shedding of all care, with two fingers at the world and a constant sense of glee. It's a lifestyle choice for some... Julie McNamara has recorded her Mother's songs and stories, filmed and photographed her in all her glory, over many years. The result is a compelling piece of theatre, an extraordinary love letter straight from the heart welded with a wicked underlying humour. "Funny, poignant and heartfelt - Let Me Stay is a stunning piece of theatre from a very talented actor and singer", Jane Mote, Programme Director, London Live "This is a journey of connection, forgiveness, comedy and compassion" , Guy Somerset, New Zealand LISTENER Created and Performed by Julie McNamara Directed by Paulette Randall Designed by Libby Watson Light design by Crin Claxton Visuals by Caglar Kimyoncu Access information The show includes Audio Description and British Sign Language. Book your ticket Pulse: Albany: Ticket Price New Wolsey Theatre £8.50/ £5.00 under 26 The Albany £12/ £10 Concessions Other info T. 020 8123 9945
Posted: 20th May 2014 by (Announcement - general)
Pedestrian Refuge
Announcement - general: Pedestrian Refuge' by Ross Willis. A brilliantly absurd piece from Makeshift Wings, the company that brought 'Connect Four' and 'Subject to Requirement' to The Bierkeller Theatre. Five strangers are united in their attempt to cross a busy road. Eventually they become trapped in each other’s company, as they realize they are in fact, trapped in a pedestrian refuge. As the years pass, we follow their endless struggle to live in limbo.... Showing Monday 30th June- Wednesday 2nd July at Bristol Bierkeller. 8pm (Doors open 7:30pm) Tickets: £6 (£5 concession)
Posted: 17th Apr 2014 by (Announcement - general)
William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet: Paignton, Brixham, Plymouth, Torquay: June 2014
General/Misc: Touring show: all information and ticket links available on our website.
Posted: 17th Mar 2014 by (General/Misc)
Witches Of Eastwick
Announcement - general: Ware Operatic Society will be performing The Witches Of Eastwick at Hertford Theatre 25th Feb to 1st MA musical comedy with some great musical numbers which will take you on a whirlwind journey of wicked delight!arch 2014
Posted: 6th Jan 2014 by Ware Operatic (Announcement - general)
‘What’s he that says I play the villain?’ Young Actor’s Workshop
Announcement - general: Tuesday 18 February, 2pm-6pm (includes backstage tour & ticket for evening show) £30 If you’re aged 12-17 year old here's an opportunity to get inside the mind of Shakespeare’s ultimate villain Iago. Join us for an afternoon's Shakespearean acting workout. (£15 for the workshop only)
Posted: 5th Dec 2013 by (Announcement - general)
Special Guest Talk: 'The Lodger, Shakespeare on Silver Street' with Charles Nicholl
Announcement - general: Saturday 8 February, 1pm before the 2.30pm matinee (Holy Trinity Church) £4 Award-winning writer Charles Nicholl will be talking about his best-selling book, exploring Shakespeare's life in London at the very time he was writing Othello. How much did real life shape the content of this play? How was it living in a house of immigrants - just as Othello is? And discover Will’s real-life role as a go-between in the betrothal of his landlord’s daughter. Includes a book signing.
Posted: 5th Dec 2013 by (Announcement - general)
Iago: Shakespeare’s Ultimate Villain? Talk & Debate
Announcement - general: Iago is Othello’s trusted right-hand man: a friend to all, loyal husband and soldier…on the surface. Beneath lurks what some considered to be Shakespeare’s most pathologically psychotic creation…but how does he rank against the others: Richard III, Claudius and Lady Macbeth? Join GSC’s Matt and Iago actor Chris Porter, and find out!
Posted: 5th Dec 2013 by (Announcement - general)
Othello presented by Guildford Shakespeare Company
Announcement - general: Following the sell-out smash hit Macbeth in Feb 2013, the award-winning Guildford Shakespeare Company present their 20th production. Shakespeare’s chilling psychological thriller is set against the claustrophobic backdrop of 1950s Cold War paranoia, staged in the atmospheric Holy Trinity Church on Guildford's historic High Street. Tickets start from just £12. See website for full details and events programme. (Heated venue) 05 – 22 February 2014 Evenings 7.30pm (sat mats 2.30pm) Holy Trinity Church, High Street, Guildford, GU1 3RR Tickets £12-£21 (Family £65)
Posted: 26th Nov 2013 by (Announcement - general)
Male actor to create and play the lead in an exciting new family musical
Audition: Seeking one male actor to create the lead role in the new family stage show “Old MacDonald Had A Farm,” a comedy crime adventure for families based loosely on the popular nursery rhyme. The show will be touring to premier venues across the UK including The Yvonne Arnaud, The Hexagon Reading, Buxton Opera House and The Grand Wolverhampton. First auditions will take place October 26 in Egham (J13 of the M25 or 35 minutes from Waterloo/Clapham Junction) Rehearsals will also be in Egham so applicants should have a base in London or close to the M25. Rehearsals will be 5 days a week (including weekends) from January 17 to February 7 inclusive. Fee is £3450 for 66 performance dates between February 8 and June 8 (mostly weekends and school holidays). Food while rehearsing and 37 nights of shared accommodation are provided during the tour for when playing venues beyond driving distance. Otherwise transport is provided to all tour venues leaving daily from Guildford. Applicants should send a CV and brief cover note to Breakdown: Old MacDonald - Male. 5' 8" to 6' 1". A loveable man of the country. Enthusiastic, friendly and good natured. The ideal applicant will be creative with a fun, playful approach. He must be aged between 24 and 60, in good health, comfortable with a West Country or Bristolian accent and able to carry a tune in the tenor to high baritone range and sing harmony parts.
Posted: 16th Oct 2013 by (Audition)
New Production: Eros and Psyche - An Evening of Operatic Love Stories
Announcement - general: For two nights only (November 18th and 20th at 19:30) we will be exploring some of the greatest love stories classical literature and the opera repertoire has to offer. The evening will be kicked off with a collection of some of opera's greatest classic love songs. This will then be followed by a sparkling new composition,Eros & Psyche. Eros and Psyche is a brand new opera fresh from the Grimeborn Festival, composed by Kirsten Morrison with libretto by Buffy Sharpe and directed by Iris Theatre's Artistic Director Daniel Winder. Based on the old Greek characters of Eros (Cupid) and Psyche (his wife) this work is set in the 1950's long after the original myth finishes... This new piece explores the timeless theme of love; from early infatuation, to the thrill of forbidden love, to the humdrum abiding love that grows between two people who chose to spend a lifetime together. Shown through the feelings and words of Eros and Psyche as they sing to themselves, argue with each other and yearn for a modern woman who narrates the piece. St. Paul’s Church Bedford Street Covent Garden WC2E 9ED
Posted: 7th Oct 2013 by (Announcement - general)
The Travelling Storybox Presents Little Golden-Hood
Audition: The Travelling Storybox Presents Little Golden-Hood Friday 11th October 2013 Cafe Cairo, London, SW9 9PE "You know the tale of poor Little Red Riding-Hood, that the Wolf deceived and devoured, with her cake, her little butter can, and her Grandmother, well, the true story happened quite differently..." The very first outing of The Travelling Storybox will retell to you a version of the fairy tale we all know so intimately. The True History of Little Golden Hood is a variation born in the 19th century, where many of the plot lines are twisted and skewed in different ways, and things you fully expect to occur may never actually happen… Join The Travelling Storybox for what promises to be a night of intimate and immersive theatre like none you have encountered before. The highlight of the night takes place at a specific point within the event where you, along with a group of fellow travellers, will be led inside the story by the Narrator for a dark and thorny telling of the tale. Throughout the evening you can expect dazzling walkabout performances that whisk you away into the depths of fantasy; you are invited to make full use of the bar and explore the tunnels of rooms leading into a beautiful outside entertainment area. The event takes place on the 11th October at Cafe Cairo. The nearest tube station is Clapham North Tickets are £10 Ticket Link: Facebook Event Page: Running Times 6pm / 8.45pm / 11.30pm Each slot lasts approx 2 hours 30mins with a 20 minute performance piece at a designated time. Unique time slots provided on purchase of your tickets. This is an 18+ event 88 Landor Road - SW9 9PE - London - UK
Posted: 30th Sep 2013 by (Audition)
Announcement - general: A gruesomely theatrical Halloween experience with live performance, projections, opera and devilishly good DJs from Reel Rebels Radio "Monkey Stomp Blues!” Rock and Roll, Ska and Dirty Blues (Thurs) “Le Vagabond Boogaloo” Eastern European and Balkan Roots (Fri) 31st October and 1st November - 8.30pm – 1am 2nd November – 4.30pm – 6pm (Family friendly - without DJ’s) Performance starts 8.30pm at Hackney Wick Overground, E9 5ER Radio Show DJ’s from 10pm till 1am End up at: Stour Space, 7 Roach Road, E3 2PA DRESS THE PART INVITE YOUR FRIENDS AND WORST ENEMIES Tickets: £12 Under 16: £8
Posted: 26th Sep 2013 by (Announcement - general)
Announcement - general: 29th & 30th November 2013 This will be another enjoyable evening with Ware Operatic featuring a talented line-up of soloists and the wonderful sound of the award winning Ware Operatic Chorus. Tickets are £16.50 which includes table service of drinks from the bar and a delicious food platter.Tickets available online from or tel: Martyn Broyd on 07724 839709
Posted: 25th Sep 2013 by Ware Operatic (Announcement - general)
Olives and Blood Opening 23rd Oct
Announcement - general: An exciting new play is coming to Brixton. Olives and Blood uncovers the mystery surrounding Lorca's untimely death one dark night during the Spanish Revolution. Someone must know something. Someone must have been there that night. Come and see this exciting new show playing 23rd Oct - 10th Nov.
Posted: 22nd Sep 2013 by (Announcement - general)
Olives and Blood Opening 23rd Oct
Announcement - general: An exciting new play is coming to Brixton. Olives and Blood uncovers the mystery surrounding Lorca's untimely death one dark night during the Spanish Revolution. Someone must know something. Someone must have been there that night. Come and see this exciting new show playing 23rd Oct - 10th Nov.
Posted: 22nd Sep 2013 by (Announcement - general)
Richard III
Announcement - web: “RICHARD III will be presented in the Priory House Garden, Christchurch, from Tuesday 15th July to Saturday 19th July and TUESDAY 22nd July to SATURDAY 26th July 2013 at 7.30 p.m. Tickets and further details on Tel No. (01202) 534776, . Tickets are available from the Tourist Information Centre, High Street, Christchurch, and by telephone. Adults £10.00 Concessions £8.00. The play will be directed by Kevin Dicker. Costumes will again be from the Player’s own wardrobe made and designed by Kerry Jackman.
Posted: 30th Aug 2013 by Bournemouth Shakespeare Players (Announcement - web)
CAST 2013: Measure for Measure
Announcement - general: ‘Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall…’ The law no longer has any hold over the citizens of Vienna. The sex trade has taken over the shadier pockets of society. Left in charge, the brittle Angelo assumes power with relentless spite: oppression and fear reign. But, after meeting the enchantingly wilful Isabella - the sister of imprisoned Claudio - he can't adhere to his own rules. Deceit, hypocrisy and scandal spiral out of control. Cambridge University’s finest dramatic talent brings you CAST’s mesmerising Measure for Measure, before going on tour of the USA. Intoxicating, hilarious and tragic by turn, this vigorous and passionate production will hurl you head first into modern day Vienna. Look forward to a whirlwind of political corruption, sex and scandal, justice and mercy... Ely Cathedral, Ely, 2 September, 7:30pm ADC Theatre, 4 September, 7:45pm
Posted: 12th Aug 2013 by (Announcement - general)
Open Auditions for Musical Theatre Course and Acting Course
Audition: Keep your audition fee, we just want your talent! KSA Academy of Performing Arts is hosting an open audition day on 30th August 2013. You will take part in group auditions, which will then be followed by a private interview. Follow the link to book your place!
Posted: 7th Aug 2013 by Claire Mason (Audition)
Call Me Dusty
Announcement - general: Without doubt the finest white soul singer of her era, Dusty Springfield is for millions the definitive pop diva. And 2013 is the 50th anniversary of the start of her extraordinary solo career. Her lifestyle is the stuff of legend – and great drama. With her relentless quest for perfection and refusal to compromise, Dusty Springfield led a tormented life. Her stage persona – extravagant black mascara and backcombed hair – was at odds with the quiet, shy convent girl Mary O'Brien and her sexuality. The result was a downward spiral of drugs, alcohol abuse and self-harm– but, despite all that, she produced tremendous music, which still ranks as some of the finest of its kind. 'Call Me Dusty' celebrates the music, while exploring the dichotomy of the private person and her alter ego. Call Me Dusty opens at the Playhouse, Weston-super-Mare on September 4.
Posted: 30th Jul 2013 by Derek Webb (Announcement - general)
The Comedy of Errors - OUDS Tour 2013
Announcement - general: Set in Malaga, Shakespeare's funniest comedy explores two sides of Britishness as stiff-upper lipped Antipholus of Marlborough seeks his long-lost twin amid the hedonistic ex-pat community. With its thumping clubs and cruise ships, class conflict ensues as the twins bluster through the city, leaving mayhem in their wake. Meanwhile their father has until sunset to cobble together a ransom if he wants to avoid execution. This is a world where nothing seems to fit, hilarity leads to hysteria, and family ties hang by a thread. This vibrant new production reveals the adultery and betrayal that lurk beneath the surface of Shakespeare's best-loved comedy. Brought to you by the Oxford University Dramatic Society and Thelma Holt. Oxford - University Church of St Mary the Virgin Tuesday 06 - Saturday 10 August 7.30 pm London: Southwark Playhouse Wednesday 14 August - Saturday 17 August Tickets: £10 (£7)
Posted: 25th Jul 2013 by (Announcement - general)!screening_press/c1t44
Les Miserables: The Memoirs of Jean Valjean
Announcement - general: Les Miserables; The Memoirs of Jean Valjean, A dramatic new non-musical adaptation of Victor Hugo’s classic novel, takes to the stage in Torbay, over several days in September 2013 by an awardwinning Brixham theatre company. Brixham and Paignton,. see our website below for all details.
Posted: 12th Jul 2013 by (Announcement - general)

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