25th July 2017
We just finished an incredibly successful run of The 39 Steps. We had amazing audiences all three nights, and are so proud of the work the director, cast, and production crew put in to make it a high quality and hilarious show. We are now looking forward to a fun summer fundraiser as well as our next production coming this autumn. Keep an eye out for some more news and an audition notice really soon! In the meantime, have a look at our most recent production photos from The Knack and The 39 Steps – you can view these on our homepage.
20th April 2017
Our production of The Knack by Ann Jellicoe opens tonight at 7:45pm at the CornerHOUSE in Surbiton! If you can’t come tonight, it’s also on tomorrow (Friday 20th) and Saturday 21st, same time same place. Read more at our Facebook event page and book by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you there for loads of laughs and some good 60s romps!
13th April 2017
One week until The Knack opens! The rehearsal process has been fast, challenging, and, most importantly, fun! We’re really excited about this hilarious ironic comedy from the 60s. It’s second wave feminism that’s still very much relevant today…with all the humour of A Hard Day’s Night or The Monkees.
It’s mods and rockers, girls and boys in mid-sixties London. Country girl Nancy has just got off the bus in London and has gotten lost trying to find the YWCA. Meanwhile, nervous schoolteacher Colin begs his cool (misogynistic) housemate Tolen to help him find ‘the knack’ to picking up girls, and Colin’s eccentric new lodger, Tom, tries to break up the whole thing and get Colin to see how absurd and animalistic Tolen’s ways are. When Nancy stumbles into the boys’ flat, chaos and hilarity ensues! With Colin and Tolen treating Nancy like the object of a game, it’s up to her to find a way to set things straight…
Come see The Knack on 20th, 21st, or 22nd April at 7:30pm at the CornerHOUSE in Surbiton. Book your tickets now at email@example.com https://www.facebook.com/events/1373994959334116/
22nd February 2017
After a delayed (but successful) AGM in January, we are finally able to announce that our first show of the 2017 season will be Ann Jellicoe’s ironic comedy from the Swinging Sixties, The Knack! The audition details have been posted on our audition page, so if you are between the ages of 14-25 (or know someone who is) who would like to get involved, have a look! The production will be the 20th-22nd April at the CornerHOUSE in Surbiton. Watch this space and, as usual, our Facebook page, as this show develops as well as for updates as we announce more shows coming in our 2017 season. Hope to see you soon!
18th December 2016
After a good rest after a busy, busy November, we can finally announce that our Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Sunday 22nd January 2017. This will be at about 1pm in Kingston. Time and location TBD.
16th November 2016
Our production of MCMXVI was a great success. Audience members found themselves thinking on it for days afterwards. Many told us incredibly poignant stories about family members in the war that the production reminded them of. We couldn’t ask for a better response to our work – thank you so much to all involved, all who helped, and all who came to watch.
11th September 2016
After two brilliant rounds of auditions, our upcoming production of MCMXVI is now cast! It is really shaping up to be a full and moving evening of theatre, poetry, and music. We look forward to seeing the Kingston community come together for this commemoration of the centenary of the Battle of the Somme. MCMXVI will be performed at the John Bunyan Baptist Church in Kingston on the 10th, 11th, and 12th November in honour of Armistice Day.
3rd September 2016
It’s September already, and we’re gearing up for our final performance of 2016: mcmxvi (1916). Auditions are tomorrow, and we’re really looking forward to it. This is a multimedia project, which will be performed in November, and will commemorate the Battle of the Somme 100 years ago in 1916. There will be a particular focus on our Kingston community and its place in the First World War.
Please see the audition information below, and we hope to see you there tomorrow and/or at the show in November!