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The Spiriting of Burd Ellen

…a lovely play - a wonderful asset to children’s theatre …
Scene,

 

Stramash

Just to let you know that we have got through three of our five performances (of "Stramash") and they have all gone really really well. People have said how much they have enjoyed it - more than a traditional one - because they don't know what is coming next! Everyone thinks that it is a really good script as well. We have performed NODA ones (amongst others) in the past and sometimes they have gone on too long (especially when you want to get plenty of songs and dances in as well). We liked having musical items suggested (although we did change some) and it was very useful having the sound effects and props listed at the back of the script. I think my daughter has turned into a dog - she is enjoying playing Haggis so much - people think she has something which she presses to 'woof' but it is her own 'woof'! I am playing Butt which is completely different for me, since I have always played principal boy or girl. I am enjoying this role very much along with a friend who is playing Ben. We have ginger wigs and tartan hats (we look really gormless) and everyone says we look like twins. Everyone says we are look really funny and are suited to the role (I'm not sure if that is a compliment or not!!!!!!).
Mandy Stockton, Heckmondwike United Reform Church, Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire

 

Sinbad The Sailor

... shipwrecks, kidnaps and lots of fun and thrills. This will appeal to many clubs with all the traditional elements of pantomime but with a bit of Eastern promise.
Scene, February 2001

 

Dick Whittington

A loyal version of the well-loved story.
Amateur Stage, June 2006

 

Geronimo

Just thought I would let you know that our "limited" production of "Geronimo!" was a huge success. The audiences loved it and many comments were made saying it was funnier and much more entertaining than any shows they had seen in the large theatres.
Gladys Bell, Saughtonhall United Reform Church, Edinburgh

 

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