CONGRATULATIONS TO SUE HOLMAN WHO WON 2 TICKETS TO OUR SPRING PRODUCTION OF PARLOUR SONG BY JEZ BUTTERWORTH BY ENTERING THE PRIZE DRAW AT OUR CHRISTMAS PRODUCTION.
THEATRE TRAIL 2013 COMPETITION - the deadline for this year's Theatre Trail has now closed and with over 160 entries, our Reading Committe has their work cut out for them. A decision on the 7 plays to be performed alongside a newly commissioned play by Simon Brett, will be made by the end of March and the writers informed.The winners will be announced at our Theatre Trail launch in May.
19 - 23 MARCH 2013
PARLOUR SONG by JEZ BUTTERWORTH
A blackly hilarious exploration of deceit, paranoia and murderous desire in leafy suburbia.
"...wickedly funny..." Financial Times
Directed by Lin Jones, PARLOUR SONG will be performed by Kathy Haigh, Paul Jones and David Stephens at the Victoria Institute. All performances start at 8.00pm.
Tickets £10.00 (£6.00 students)available in advance from The Book Ferret, 34 High Street, Arundel. Telephone 01903 885727.E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
OTHER 2013 PRODUCTION DATES FOR YOUR DIARIES
18 - 22 JUNE at the CHAPEL BARN, SOUTH STOKE, NEAR ARUNDEL
GOD OF CARNAGE by YASMINA REZA, TRANSLATED BY CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON
Boys will be boys, but adults are usually worse - much, much worse.
GOD OF CARNAGE will be directed by Bill Brennan and performed by Tonya James, Maria Olarte, Damian Jennings and David Stephens.
ARUNDEL FESTIVAL THEATRE TRAIL
17 - 23 AUGUST VARIOUS VENUES
FESTIVAL EVENING PRODUCTION
19 - 23 AUGUST at THE VICTORIA INSTITUTE
Our Festival Evening production will be directed by Dawn Smithers and is currently in negotiation
15 - 19 OCTOBER at the VICTORIA INSTITUTE
Our Autumn production is to be confirmed but the dates are set in stone!
3 - 7 DECEMBER at THE VICTORIA INSTITUTE
Kick start your Festive season by joining us for an evening of fun, frivolity and a selection of festive foodie treats.
THE VICTORIA INSTITUTE
The Victoria Institute is home to Drip Action Theatre but is in desperate need of some TLC. A new committee is in place but the task of returning this fantastic Georgian building into a thriving community asset is massive. Volunteers are invited to help in any way, shape or form to return the Institute to it's former glory and get the heart of Arundel beating again.
To sign up for information about events at the Institute or to volunteer, leave your details behind the bar at your next visit or e-mail email@example.com.
Visit their website thevictoriainstitute.com to find out more.