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“A Right Royal Romance” in association with BLOS

In association with Bookham Light Operatic Society

A Right Royal Romance

A concert of romantic songs from the shows to celebrate the Royal wedding, presented to you by BLOS!

Musical Director: Selena Hegarty

Thursday 17 to Saturday 19 May at 7.30

Tickets: £12 – call 01483 284747 or book online.

With songs from composers such as Andrew Lloyd Webber, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Lerner and Loewe, Gilbert and Sullivan, Franz Lehár, Leonard Bernstein.

Enjoy hearing musical numbers from the shows you love… Oklahoma, Les Miserables, The Phantom of The Opera, Patience, My Fair Lady, Half a Sixpence, Ruddigore, Kiss Me Kate and more!

Box office: 01483 284747 or www.ticketsource.co.uk/nomadtheatre

Charlotte’s Web

Nomes Youth Theatre presents

Charlotte’s Web

By EB White

Friday 29th June at 7pm, Saturday 30th June at 2pm and 7pm, Sunday 1st July at 2pm

Tickets: adults £14, children/students £10

We meet Charlotte, the spider, who is utterly determined to save her friend Wilbur, the pig.

Box office: 01483 284747

Love Me Slender by Vanessa Brooks

Love Me Slender

By Vanessa Brooks

Directed by Andrew Hamel-Cooke

Tuesday 10th to Saturday 14th July at 7.30pm

Tickets: adults £14, students £10

A perceptive and comedic look at modern issue… Siobhan, the ‘Achiever of the Year’ inspires her hopeful new recruits in the Slim For Life dieting club. Siobhan has lost seven stone, found a new self, a fulfilling job and a wonderful husband. Now, she encourages others to achieve the same.

These are seven very contrasting women – Siobhan, the leader of the group and a total control freak, who struts around the stage in her ‘Achiever of the Year’ banner and her ever faithful Kelly, quiet and deep and heading for disaster from the moment the play opens. Claudette the American, with an obsession for food, attractive, confident and loud, who is the exact opposite of Rosie, the dowdy and lank-haired loser. There is Lucinda, who feels far more at home with a large gin and tonic, is sophisticated , smart and could organise any office in the city. Celia is a jolly hockey sticks lady and everybody’s friend with a perfect marriage, or so we are lead to believe, initially, and Jean who is being ripped off by Siobhan and cannot afford to be.

Play In A Week 2018

Play In A Week celebrates 20 years in 2018!

Directed by Brandon McGuire

Performances 28 July at 7.30 and 29 July at 2.30

Tickets: £13

The Nomads annual week-long project for people with a range of physical and/or learning disabilities. A special play is commissioned each year with a unique part to suit every individual wanting to participate. Not to be missed!

Trivial Pursuits

Trivial Pursuits

By Frank Vickery

Directed by Michael Ayres

Wednesday 12 to Saturday 15 September at 7.45pm

Tickets: adults £12, children/students £10

At the summer meeting of the Trealaw and District Operatic Society, next season’s play is to be announced. The society’s business manager, Nick, runs into trouble, having promised a different show and the plum roles to four different people.

A comedic look at the world of amateur dramatics!

Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

Much Ado About Nothing

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Andrew Hamel-Cooke

Tuesday 9th to Saturday 13th October at 7.45pm

Tickets: adults £14, children/students £10 (£12 for adults on the 9th)

A sharply witty romantic comedy – a battle of the sexes. As soldiers memories of conflict give way to a life of parties and masked balls, two fall madly, deeply in love, while another two reignite their own altogether more combative courtship.

 

The Chalk Garden by Enid Bagnold

The Chalk Garden

By Enid Bagnold

Directed by Murray Stephens

Tuesday 13th to Saturday 17th November at 7.45pm in the studio

Tickets: adults £12, children/students £10

A grandmother seeks a governess for her 16 year old granddaughter, while Laurel herself manages to drive them away by exposing their past – the plot revolves around a mysterious stranger, Miss Madrigal, employed by a high-born military widow, Mrs St Maugham, as governess to her self-dramatising granddaughter, Laurel. The outer action concerns the gradual revelation (confirmed when a judge comes to lunch) that Miss Madrigal once stood trial for murder.

But the inner action deals with the governess’s attempt to rescue her teenage charge from her grandmother: the lying Laurel can no more flourish in this world of licensed eccentricity, than rhododendrons can prosper in Mrs St Maugham’s arid chalk garden.

Both singular comedy and haunting mystery, this startling insight into mother-daughter relationships is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most remarkable plays. The author of many books and dramas, Enid Bagnold is still best known for her 1935 novel, National Velvet.

Audition dates will be published soon!

Characters: Male x2 (elderly) Female x7 (16, 40s, middle-age, elderly).

  • Miss Madrigal
  • Maitland
  • Second applicant
  • Laurel
  • Thin applicant
  • Mrs St Maugham
  • Nurse
  • Olivia
  • The Judge

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

A Christmas Carol

By Charles Dickens

Adapted and Directed by Graham Botterill

Tuesday 11th to Saturday 15th December at 7.30pm, matinee on Saturday at 2.30pm

Tickets: adults £16, children/students £10 (£12 for adults on the 12th)

A brand new adaptation of this classic, popular story.