Davenham Needs YOU for our new Season's Drama !
This short newsletter is mainly to invite you to two play readings coming up this month. There will be more news about the forthcoming season of music, arts, and drama later this month.
Firstly, this Thursday 6th September 7:30pm at the theatre, guest director Gerry Park will be leading a reading of the play The Curious Savage by John Patrick. There is a range of parts for both sexes in this comedy, so please come along and find out more about the play, due to be produced at Davenham in late Spring 2013. For more details, please contact Paulette Anderson by email (cc-ed above) or by phoning 01606 79779.
The second play reading is on Monday 24th September 7:30pm at the theatre, when director Barbara Crellin will be leading a reading of the play God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza, only just released for amateur performance. This play will be staged at Davenham week beginning Mon 4th February 2013 and requires two male and two female actors who must look an age at which they could have a young family. For more details, please contact Barbara Crellin (cc-ed above).
Lastly, I must mention our Arts @ Davenham launch day coming up on Saturday 22nd September 10am to 5pm. The main purpose of the day is the launch of a children’s book written by Davenham Player Mike Beddard and illustrated by local artist Rebecca Yoxall. Also on the same day there will be an Arts and Crafts exhibition by several local artists and also a Children’s art competition and Kids Art Zone. “Lost in the Snow” is about a family of mice who take shelter in the Players theatre, so the subject of the competition is mouse (or mice). Both the author and the illustrator will be on hand to talk to you and to sign a copy of the book for you – an ideal Christmas gift ! See http://dsp-davenham.blogspot.co.uk/p/arts-davenham.html for further details.
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Hope to see you at one of our events,