You will be auditioned by a panel, there may be occasions where we need to recall certain people. We will contact you individually if this is the case.
Rehearsals will begin in May 2022. Rehearsals are held on Wednesdays with Mondays used for Principals and Ensemble as called. All rehearsals start at 7:30pm at Iford Church Hall. A rehearsal schedule will be issued at the start of rehearsal so you know when you are called. Please note that this could be amended on occasion. A rehearsal is usually called on the Friday evening prior to the show, so please ensure you remain free for this.
All cast will need to be available for the entire week of the show. There will be a full cast rehearsal on Monday 17th October at Iford Hall. All cast will need to attend the technical rehearsal on Tuesday 18th October, dress rehearsal on Wednesday 19th October as well as the show dates of Thursday 20th to Saturday 22nd October. All cast must also be available for the matinee on Saturday 22nd October. You will not be able to take part in the show if you are not available for any of these dates.
Pirates with sentimental hearts, blundering policeman, crazy adventures and improbable paradoxes.
Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic ‘Pirates of Penzance’ is filled with fun and laughter.
Frederic, a pirate’s apprentice, falls head-over-heels in love with Mabel, the daughter of Major-General Stanley.
On his 21st birthday Frederic is finally due to be released from his apprenticeship. But…..being born on 29 February, a leap year, Frederic discovers that he is technically still way off being 21 years and therefore still bound in his apprenticeship to the Pirate King.
Although very much in love, he is dedicated to his duty and so remains with the Pirates, this action causes all sorts of complications and hilarity with Pirates versus Policemen. But who will triumph? And will Mabel and Frederic find a way to be with one another?
We are really excited to be performing ‘Carousel’ in October 2023.
‘Carousel’ is a giant of the musical stage and remains timeless and starbright. The story of faithful Julie and her brutish husband Billy is one of the most powerful books of the musical theatre and perfectly matches its extraordinary score.
Featuring the world famous song “You’ll never walk alone”and the romantic “If I loved you” your sure to come away wanting more.