CAR PARKING AT DAVENHAM – 2O MPH ZONETheatre patrons should be aware that Davenham Village centre is now a 20 mph traffic zone and that our theatre lies within this speed restriction. Please take special care when approaching the theatre from the village and when parking.
It is important that all our members and visitors are aware that we rely on the tolerance of Church Street residents and we ask all arriving at the theatre by car to:-
• Park considerately, not blocking any driveway or access
• When Church Street parking is busy, please drive past the theatre towards the parish church where you will find space. The driver may wish to drop off passengers nearer the theatre before walking back
• When leaving the theatre, please do so QUIETLY without slamming doors and without noisy conversation
THURSDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER 7:30PM –ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGOn Thursday 18th September, the AGM of the Davenham & Sandiway Players will be held at the theatre starting at 7:30pm. The committee will report on the activities of the last year and those attending will have the chance to raise for discussion any matters of interest.
FRIDAY 19TH SEPTEMBER 7:30PM - NEIL MCSWEENEY SINGS AGAIN AT DAVENHAM
Andrew Whalley has arranged for Neil McSweeney to perform at Davenham on Friday 19th September. Doors and bar open at 7:30pm for an 8:00pm concert start. Neil McSweeney (born Irvine, Scotland) is a songwriter and musician based in Sheffield. His acoustic guitar playing style combines folk, blues and country influences but it is his voice, likened by The Guardian to "a male Tracy Chapman" and his direct and personal lyrics for which Neil is widely recognized. For more of Neil's biographical and musicological information, see Neil's website at http:/neilmcsweeney.com/ or his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Neil-McSweeney/59584487296. Tickets @ £8.00 can be obtained by phoning Andrew Whalley on 01606 41052 or online via the DAN Website at http://www.danarts.org/events/neil-mcsweeney-in-concert/.
SATURDAY 20TH SEPTEMBER 7:30PM –ONE NIGHT ONLY! - LAUGH OUT LOUDFor one night only, Davenham member Denise Barry has brought together our best comedy talent to present an evening of comedy monologues, poems, prose and sketches on Saturday 20th September. If you have a party piece you would like to do in front of an audience, why not come along to the rehearsal on Monday 15th September at 7pm and speak with Denise. Tickets @ £5.00 include a free raffle entry. Doors and bar open 7:00pm.
THURSDAY 25TH SEPTEMBER 7:30PM – JAZZ @ DAVENHAM - THE JOHN ELLIS TRIODave Atherton of Jazz @ Davenham asks "Could this be the best programme we have ever produced? We think so". Tickets are now available from the usual sources for the first two gigs and there is a new initiative for 2014/15 in which Jazz @ Davenham would like to reward their fantastic regular customers. The following will apply from the first gig...
• The cost per gig will rise to £10 from £9 (mostly to save hassle on the door) BUT...
• for every 3 gigs attended in the 2014/15 season you will be able to choose the 4th one FREE so...
• if you come to 4 gigs you will be paying £30 instead of £36
The first gig of the season is on Thursday 25th September and features the John Ellis Trio. John's musicianship has been employed by well known artists such as Tom Jones, Corinne Bailey Rae, Lily Allen, John Squire (Stone Roses) and others, as well as being a founder member of The Cinematic Orchestra and contributing heavily to the albums "Everyday" and "Man With The Movie Camera". For more details of this and later gigs, see the Davenham Players blog Jazz page at http://dsp-davenham.blogspot.co.uk/p/jazz.html.
Tickets can be booked by emailing email@example.com or by phoning Harry on 01606 74502 or Dave on 01606 44253
WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY 17TH NOVEMBER – FEMALE OF THE SPECIES BY JOANNA MURRAY SMITH - DIRECTED BY PAULETTE ANDERSONOur Autumn production which opens on Monday 17th November is a 6-hander written by Joanna Murray Smith. Paulette Anderson is already rehearsing her three men and three ladies to act in this humourous yet unnerving production. The theme of the play involves an established author trying to write a new blockbuster but suffering from writer's block. She is surprised at her desk in her country retreat by several unexpected guests who divert her attention from the task in hand. That's all I'll say for the time being, except that a cow comes to have some relevance to the plot! Tickets are not yet available, but we'll let you know in good time !
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