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March 2018

Holland on Sea Theatrical Society (H.O.S.T.S.)


Holland Assembly Room, Public Hall, Holland on Sea, Essex

Funny Money

Funny Money
Comedy by Ray Cooney
Directed by Ann Mortimer

Contact: via website or social media

Read Through - 6.30pm Sunday 4th March- Holland Assembly Room, Public Hall
Auditions: 6.30pm, Sunday 11th March, Holland Assembly Room, Public Hall
Performance Dates: Friday 22rd June 2018 - Saturday 23rd June 2018

Never has this master of farce been frenetically funnier! Henry A. Perkins, a mild mannered C.P.A, accidently picks up the wrong briefcase one full of money. Henry assumes it is illicit cash and he decides to keep it. Knowing that the former owner must have his briefcase, he rushes home to book one way fares to Barcelona. He tells his confused wife to leave everything behind; if she doesn't like Barcelona, they can go to Bali. In fact, they can buy Bali! The doorbell rings as they wait for their taxi. The police detective at the door thinks Henry was soliciting in the men's room of the local pub actually, he was sitting in the loo counting the cash. The bell rings again. Another detective arrives thinking Henry is dead; a man with bullet holes in his head and Henry's briefcase were found in the Thames. Henry's inept attempts to extricate himself from this impossible situation lead to increasingly hysterical situations.

Posted 27/12/2017


Ampthill & Flitwick Dramatic Society

Ampthill & Flitwick Dramatic Society

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The Hub Coniston Road Flitwick MK45 1QJ
parking is on the left of the Village Hall in Dunstable Road MK451HP

The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest

Contact: if you have any questions please contact Sarah on

6 March at 20:00–22:00

Open Auditions for The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde Director Sarah Benjamin
We are holding 2 audition dates Thursday 2 march and Tuesday 6 march please attend one of these dates .
Auditions are open to all and are informal taking the form of a read through of the script.
Show dates June 21 22 and 23 2018 at TADS theatre Toddington
Rehearsing Tuesday and Thursday nights from early march plus the occasional Sunday afternoon

The Importance of Being Earnest is the most renowned of Oscar Wilde’s comedies. It’s the story of two bachelors, John ‘Jack’ Worthing and Algernon ‘Algy’ Moncrieff, who create alter egos named Ernest to escape their tiresome lives. They attempt to win the hearts of two women who, conveniently, claim to only love men called Ernest. The pair struggle to keep up with their own stories and become tangled in a tale of deception, disguise and misadventure. The elaborate plot ridicules Victorian sensibilities with some of the best loved, and indeed bizarre, characters to be found on the stage. Its alternative title A trivial Comedy for serious people

Characters - playing ages are approximate
John worthing ; age 20s also known as Earnest /jack
Algernon Moncrieff age 20s best friend to John
Rev Canon Chasuble age 30-50 clergyman has a touching romance with muss prism
Lane manservant any age typical butler
Lady Bracknell age 40-50 plus mother to Gwendoline Aunt to Algernon very impressive domineering lady head of the family
Hon Gwendolyn Fairfax age teen to 20s ward to Jack slightly more sophisticated than Cecily
Cecily Cardew age teen to 20s innocent love interest
Miss Prism Governess. 30-50 plus

Posted 21/02/2018


Sudbury Dramatic Society

Sudbury Dramatic Society

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The Quay Theatre, Sudbury

Bell, Book & Candle
by John Van Druten
Director Linda Dowdall

Contact: For more information email Linda at

Performance: Tuesday 10th - Saturday 14th July

I discovered a copy of this play when sorting out donations for the SDS archives based upstairs at The Quay. SDS did this play back in 1974, directed no less by our very own Liz Cole. The original professional production of the play was first performed in the fifties by Rex Harrison and Lilli Palmer and, like that SDS version, was firmly set in London. When the professional production moved to New York, so did the setting, but as it matters very little to the plot of the play, I am taking the liberty of moving it back to the UK for my production. The action will take place in the unspecified not too distant past to allow for some leeway with the set and costumes. It is said that Bell, Book and Candle was the inspiration for the TV series Bewitched. BGillian Holroyd is a thoroughly modern witch but if she falls in love she will lose her powers. When, guided by her cat Pyewacket, she casts a spell to make her attractive neighbour in the flat upstairs fall in love with her, she is unprepared for the outcome. And, as he discovers her deception, is she about to lose everything? BI am looking for two women and three men as outlined below.
Gillian (25/30s upwards) - Begins as a feisty, modern, self-confident witch, used to her own way, who is out to get her man. She undergoes a personality change when she realises all has not gone according to plan
Tony (30/40s upwards) - Self- assured businessman, when he falls for Gillian he has problems dealing with what has happened. Gets very angry later
Queenie (older woman) - Bit scatty, eccentric but mischievous with good sense of fun
Nick (20s upwards - younger than Gillian) - Gillian’s brother - charming, easy manner (possible slightly camp), likes himself and his image
Professor Sidney (40+) - Author who knows only a little about his subject but thinks he does, bookish, dishevelled, rumpled and appears slightly tipsy
Scripts are available for short term loan from the Quay Box Office

Posted 04/02/2018


TATS - Turvey Amateur Theatrical Society

TATS - Turvey Amateur Theatrical Society

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Turvey, Beds

Anybody for Murder

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The read-through nights will be on Monday 12 March 2018 at 7:30pm and Thursday 15 March 2018 at 8:15pm, both in the Turvey Village Hall.
Auditions will take place the week commencing 19 March 2018.
Perforamnce: 14 to 16 June 2018

An hilarious farce to be directed by Jan Clemens.

The play, written by Jan’s late husband, the award- winning Brian Clemens, is set on a sunny Greek holiday and sees much mirth as the six characters become involved in a series of misunderstandings.

TATS is always looking for people to take part on stage or help behind the scenes so please do come along and get involved.

Posted 26/01/2018


Banbury Cross Players

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The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury

The Cripple of Innishmaan

The Cripple of Innishmaan by Martin McDonagh

Contact: If you are interested in auditioning but are unable to make the above date, please get in touch.
For further information and details of audition pieces, contact Director Chrissie Garrett on 01295 810412 or 07557 023144 or by email to

Auditions will be held on Thursday 22nd March 2018 7:30pm
Production dates are 11th - 14th July 2018 at The Mill Arts Centre. You will need to be available from Sunday 8 July 2018 for Technical and Dress Rehearsals. You do not need to be a member to audition but will be required to join if cast. See our website for further details on BCP membership. Rehearsals (24 in all) will be on Mondays and Thursdays, 7.30pm-9.30pm, starting after Easter 2018.

This wickedly funny, poignant play is set in 1934 on a small island off the West coast of Ireland. The arrival of a Hollywood film crew on a neighbouring island sets the youngsters' hearts racing with the prospect of escape and a new life in the USA.
Roles available:
Kate : 50-70 yrs
Eileen : 50-70 yrs
Johnnypateenmike : 50-70 yrs
Billy : 16-25 yrs
Helen : 16-25 yrs
Barty : 16-25 yrs
Babbybobby : 20-60 yrs
Doctor : 50-70 yrs
Mammy : 60-80 years

The fabulous character parts are raw, hilarious, challenging, irreverent and realistic, requiring a creative approach and, of course, an Irish accent. This black, tragi-comedy is about getting the audience to laugh and cry at the same time. It is a play to challenge concepts of political correctness; to question who, in fact, are the people who don’t fit in, and a hope of replacing pain and loneliness with laughter and love.

Posted 17/02/2018


April 2018

SSA Drama

SSA Drama

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The Edge, Alderbrook School on Blossomfield Road, Solihull, West Midlands

The Wind in the Willows

The Wind in the Willows

Contact: Interested in doing the show but can't make the Launch Night? Drop us a message or email and we'll get back to you.

Launch Night on Wed 4 Apr at 7:30pm

SSA Drama are excited to present THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS in August 2018.
If you're keen to get involved or just want to find out more, come along to our Launch Night. Meet the production team, hear about our ideas for the show, learn about the wonderful characters and find out about the auditions. You'll even get a free cuppa!
Bring a friend - all are welcome! There's no commitment at this stage; just come along and find out more.
We look forward to seeing you there!

Posted 20/02/2018


Wycombe Swan Youth Theatre

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Wycombe Swan, St. Mary Street, High Wycombe, HP11 2XE




Audition and Technical Interview Date Sun 29 April 2018 10am
Rehearsal Dates Sat 28 July – Wed 8 August 2018
Performance Dates Thu 9 – Sat 11 August 2018

Audition applications are now open for our Summer Youth Project 2018
Apply to audition for our cast or for a backstage and technical interview on our Summer Youth Project page at
We're looking for aspiring young performers and technicians aged 9 -21 to audition to be the cast and crew of our Summer Youth Project Oklahoma. Working with a professional creative team this will be the theatrical experience of a lifetime. If you are aged 9-21 and have the passion, desire and commitment then download the audition pack.

Posted 23/02/2018


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