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September 2018 Newsletter

(September 14, 2018)

Ghost Writer - book now!
Only a couple of weeks now before our contribution to this year's Royston Arts Festival, David Tristram's haunting (and hilarious) black comedy Ghost Writer! Note that this is very much an adult comedy and so not suitable for children. It also features a number of special (and hopefully spooky) effects and so may not be the best choice if you're of a nervous disposition! Ticket sales are starting to pick up, so be sure to book yours now either through our website or by phone on 07925 674967.

Workshops latest
Our very special workshop on directing for the stage by British theatre writer, director and producer Robin Belfield will take place on Saturday 6 October 2018 between 10.00 and 12.00 at the Coombes Community Centre, Royston. The workshop is free of charge but places are strictly limited so be sure to book yours as soon as possible by completing our simple booking form here

Our second scheduled workshop will focus on stage combat and will be run by Stuart McQueen in November at a venue to be announced. Check out further news about this and other events here or on our Facebook Event page!  

Pantomime 2019 - audition date
Auditions for next year's Royston Town Pantomime - Robinson Crusoe and the Pirates by Tom Whalley, to be directed by Alison Bass and Louise Atkins - will take place between 7.00 p.m and 9.00 p.m. on Monday 1 October in the Drama Studio at Meridian School, Royston  Those for chorus (any age but at least aged 12+) will take place between 7.00 and 7.30, those for the main roles (aged 16+) between 7.45 and 9.00. Full particulars will appear shortly on the website, and have already been posted on Facebook, but if you'd like to get involved, it's probably not too early to contact us and let us know...

Our next meeting is on 30 October so if there's anything you'd like us to consider or discuss, please feel free to contact any of us at any time via the Contact page of the CADS website!

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