Stage Whispers

August 2021

Hello fellow Players,

 

Welcome to the next installment of Stage Whispers. 

 

Hello everyone, after our first committee meeting face to face in Lynda’s garden, we are moving forward:

 

LETS GET BACK TO WHAT WE DO BEST!

Tuesday 7 September, 7.30pm, GEC.
Play Reading for the November show:
IN OUR TIME
A collection of excerpts from classic plays the company has performed over the years. Works by Oscar Wilde, Jimmie Chinn, Neil Simon, Noel Coward and more.

The show is being staged in memory of those we have lost during the pandemic, to bring back memories for members of the audience but to also (perhaps) introduce these works to a new audience. But above we need to provide Easingwold with a great fun night of laughs, drama and as much fun as possible. Let’s face it, the need to laugh has never been greater so why not come along - even if you don’t want to be involved and just fancy a night out! Everybody is welcome.

 

The reading will be led by David.

 

To attend this reading you MUST register for contact tracing purposes. You can do that here: 

 

https://www.easingwoldplayers.com/event-details/in-our-time-play-reading


Casting: Tuesday 14 September, 7.30pm. GEC.

 

The performances will run from Wednesday 18 – Saturday 21 November.

 

You must also register to attend the auditions. You can do that here:

 

https://www.easingwoldplayers.com/event-details/in-our-time-auditions-1

 

Subscriptions

We have decided to keep the subscriptions the same for 2021! £10 for adults and £5 for students. If you would like to pay by bank transfer the bank account details are as follows:

Sort code: 55-61-37

Account number: 72859628

 

As you know you must be a paid up member to take part (insurance rules dontyaknow!) and undoubtedly Antony will be at the reading forcing you to open wallets and purses!

 

The future

Kate Webster is directing in Spring 2022 (two plays in the offing, both rip-roaring comedies) and Lottie Alexander for November 2022. More info on the future will appear here as and when.

 

Rural Arts

We are working closer with Rural Arts in Thirsk to help publicise events in both Easingwold and Thirsk. More in a while.

 

The Mill

Events at The Mill continue a-pace, check out their Facebook page for up to date info.

Check out At The Mill for further info.  

 

Holmes and Watson: The Farewell Tour

David (Dominic) Goodwin is touring once again with this rip roaring comedy, check out www.pyramusandthisbeproductions.com

Nearest venue to Easingwold is Alne Village Hall on Sunday 19 September (call or email Cassandra for tickets), other local performances:

Fri 3 Sep: Kirkbymoorside Memorial Hall, 7.30pm

Fri 17 Sep: Helmsley Arts Centre, 7.30pm

Sat 18 Sep: Terrington Village Hall, 7pm

Wed 22 Sep: Court House, Thirsk, 7.30pm

All ticket info on the website. 

 

Looking forward to seeing you all face to face!

 

Cuddles from the committee!

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