Tuesday, September 6, 2011 12:04
Our September Show this year is Thank You For the Music - a review of songs from musicals dating from 1940 to the present date. It runs this Friday 9th September and Saturday 10th September at the Village Hall Sutton commencing 7.15pm. The tickets are £8 and £7 for concessions and includes supper. There is also a licensed bar. Ticket areavailable from The Londis Store. Main Street, Sutton or from our Box Office on 01535 632289. All concerned have put in hours of rehearsals so please come along and support your local society.
Saturday, September 17, 2011 21:03
|Just a note to thank all the people that supported our latest show "Thank You For The Music".
We had near sell out crowds both nights. We hope you all enjoyed our show and look forward to seeing you all again at this year's pantomime "Puss in Boots" 7th December to 10th December (Matinee Saturday)
Rehearsals have just started so many hours of hard work (and fun) in front of us.
Thursday, December 1, 2011 14:27
|Please come along to see our traditional family panto Puss in Boots
Wednesday 7th December to Saturday 10th at 7.15pm with a Saturday matinee at 2.15pm. The show is at the Village Hall and tickets prices are Adults £6.50. Over 60 and children £5.50. Any 4 tickets for the same performance £22. Tickets are available from the Londis Store Main Street Sutton and the Box Office 01535 632289 or pay at the door.
We look forward to seeing you.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011 10:30
|Thanks to all the people who ventured out in the horrible rain and wind and snow to see our production of Puss in Boots. It's a lot of hard work putting on a production, but it's worth while when we are supported by good audiences.
So now we turn our attention to our April Show which is All Shook Up. It is centred around the music of Elvis Presley (not his life story). It is the first time it has been produced in the North of England, so we are all very excited about it. More derails later.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011 17:26
|I went to see Puss in Boots with my friend Jacky Dickinson, we thoroughly enjoyed it. Well worth the money. What made it even more enjoyable was the young boy who was sitting behind us was laughing out loud, he obviously enjoyed it too.