Hethersett Players start variety show rehearsals
HETHERSETT Players will be starting rehearsals at the beginning of March for their fifth annual variety show.The evening, which will include a fish and chip supper, will include song, dance, monologues and the final play in the Little Grimley series by playwright David Tristram.
HETHERSETT Players will be starting rehearsals at the beginning of March for their fifth annual variety show.
The evening, which will include a fish and chip supper, will include song, dance, monologues and the final play in the Little Grimley series by playwright David Tristram.
The variety show will take place over three evenings from May 13 to 15. This is a change of time from the original July dates due to clashes with other events.
The group is looking for both on-stage and back stage volunteers.
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'We would love to hear from people who want to re-tread the boards or have a go for the first time. We like to give anyone who wants to be involved the chance to be and so we don't have auditions. The only requirement is that people have to be 14 or over,' said Players chairman Sarah Wright.
Rehearsals begin on March 4 and continue on Thursday nights. Anybody interested in joining the group should contact committee member Caroline Frosdick on 07786 623 335. Caroline can be e-mailed at firstname.lastname@example.org or contacted through the group's web site at www.hethersettplayers.co.uk
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