In association with Bookham Light Operatic Society
Annie Get Your Gun
By Irving Berlin, Dorothy & Herbert Fields
Directed by Andrew Hamel-Cooke
Musical Director, Selena Hegarty
Wednesday 16 to Saturday 19 May at 7.30, matinee on Saturday at 2.30
Tickets: adults £16, children/students £12
Annie Oakley and Frank Butler meet when she beats him in a sharpshooting contest at Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show and the two have to negotiate between their competitive sides and their blossoming love for each other.
Aimed straight at the heart, Berlin’s sensational musical from the Golden Age of Broadway includes such classics as “There’s No Business Like Show Business”, “Anything You Can Do” and “I Got The Sun In The Morning And The Moon At Night”.
Take a look at the review of the 2017 musical, Oklahoma – click here!
Box office: 01483 284747 – tickets on sale soon!
Tommy Keeler – TBC see auditions
Minnie, Jessie and Nellie – Daisy Wiggins, Maeve Hegarty, Eden Garland
Little Jake – TBC see auditions
Ensemble – Johnny Diamond, Nigel Hendley, Keith White, Fiona Solomon, Laura Thomson, Gerry de Foite, Irene Thomas, Cicely Hendley, Gill Eve, Di James, Nicole Perrier-Doe, Sheila Benbow, Jane Catton, Jenny Hasted, Lynda Martin, Jo Garland.
Showtime Singalong – with The Duffers & Gruffers Choir
Saturday 24th March 2018 at 7:30pm
In aid of Play In A Week 2018
Presenting songs from their favourite shows, the D&G Choir and their Musical Director, Martin Hall invite you to join them in a “Showtime Singalong” featuring songs from Oliver, My Fair Lady, The Sound of Music, Oklahoma, Carousel and many more.
You’ll have the words so you can join in a much or as little as you like. There will also be a selection pf special performances for you to sit back and enjoy!
This evening is open to everyone and will be raising funds for Play In A Week’s 20th anniversary production in 2018.
Tickets £12 via the box office on 01483 284747 or www.ticketsource.co.uk/nomadtheatre
About Play In A Week
Play In A Week is the Nomads annual week-long project for people with a range of physical and/or learning disabilities.
It enables actors with learning and/or physical disability to enjoy the magic and benefits of participating in a show and putting on 2 public performances every summer in our fully equipped and accessible modern theatre.
To achieve this, a cast of around 50 performers are backed by over 60 volunteers and specialist professionals. A special play is commissioned each year with a unique part to suit every individual wanting to participate.
New songs and music are composed, and dances choreographed to fit the script. Personal achievements since 1999 are both inspiring and humbling. Accessing performing arts and being part of this very special company has amazing benefits for our participants and volunteers, as well as providing great entertainment for our audiences!
Funding for this project comes primarily from donations and fundraising events which run throughout the year.