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Christmas 2017 – Not one but TWO shows!

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We’re getting very excited about Christmas this year. We’ve got the wonderful 100 Tails of Us at Theatre Royal Brighton and Amongst the Stars Oxford New Theatre which has been completely rewritten and re made. It’s moved from Victorian times to the glamorous 1950’s!

Get your tickets here…..

100 Tails of US  – http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/100-tails-of-us/theatre-royal-brighton/#overview_tab

Amongst the Stars – http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/amongst-the-stars/new-theatre-oxford/

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Christmas Casting!

Yay! It’s that time of year again and so we have now cast for our new show at the Theatre Royal Brighton! 100 Tails of Us is a magical tale featuring the mysterious and mischievous unseen residents of the Theatre. Thank you to all who applied!

But that is not all! This Christmas we will be bringing you another show, Amongst the Stars at New Theatre Oxford. We have now found our actor to play the role of John Dorril, theatre manager and also our leading lady Erica Yorke.

We were inundated with applications for these roles and will be keeping your details on file….we have got BIG plans for 2018!

 

Lots of love,

Nicky & Fran XXX


JULY NEWS 2017….

We’ve just had our application approved and can now proudly announce we have been awarded Arts Council Funding for our shows Amongst the Stars at New Theatre Oxford and 100 Tails of Us at Theatre Royal Brighton. Tickets are now on sale….yay!

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We’ve just had the fantastic Brighton Festival and we couldn’t be happier. Not only were there lots of amazingly creative things to go see and do, but thanks to Kate Tempest, this year the festival was in the communities. Your Place housed FREE workshops, performances and activities in Whitehawk and Hangleton Community Centre in Brighton.

And we were there! ‘Little Pieces of Us‘ was a puppet making workshop with a difference on Saturday 13th May, Hangleton.

‘The arts should be social, not elitist. They should be part of our everyday life. They should be in our communities, not only on elevated platforms or behind red velvet ropes.’ (Kate Tempest)

 


 

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