Headley Theatre Club Newsletter – March 2019
The running order for Bard's Night is nearly complete, and the various groups which go together to make the show will be rehearsing through this month and next. The show is on for two nights, Friday 26 and Saturday 27 April (that's the weekend after Easter), and tickets are on sale now at £12.50.
'Allo 'Allo-themed evenings in July
Nick, Jo and Neil and putting some ideas together for a couple of 'Allo 'Allo-themed supper evenings on 12 & 13 July. If you have been, or have ever wanted to be, one of the characters from this series, they will be looking for you to come forward. We will be putting out a separate Newsletter about this later in the month.
This year's AGM will be at 7pm on Thursday 23 May, before any rehearsal that night. Your opportunity to tell us what you think the Club should be doing.
Junior Pantomime in June
The Junior/Youth group are putting on Aladdin on Saturday 29 June. The script has been written by Karina, and rehearsals are under way. The show will be advertised to the general public with ticket prices at an affordable level (£3 for adults and £1 for children), and a start time of 6.30pm.
Hog Roast and Barbeque on 30 June
The annual Club barbecue will be at 2.30pm on Sunday 30 June at Dil & Jo's. There will be a Hog Roast supplied by Steve White and funded by John McGregor. More on this in later newsletters.
The committee has decided that we will not be using the very heavy crockery that we store at the back of the stage. It takes up a lot of room and for the last few performances we have used the white village hall crockery which is much lighter and easier to access. So we have decided to give away the big stuff! We have large round plates, large oval plates and small round plates. If anyone would like some please let Dil know. We are usually at the village hall on Tuesday and Thursday evenings so this would be a good time to collect them. There are around 100 of each and we will put them on free cycle after Easter if they have not found homes by then.
Apart from the BBQ we don't have anything arranged at the moment but it was suggested that we might like to book a summer open air event locally if anyone has any suggestions. In the past we have been to Farnham Castle and to Selborne for the Jazz picnic.
For further information on what we're planning to do in the future, see our website.