Monthly Archives: September 2016

A Spy in Little Grimley first night news

Our first performance of A Spy with a View by Robert Scott and Last Tango in Little Grimley by David Tristam was well received at the Civil Service Club Theatre and helped to raise over £700 for their nominated charity.  The audience also enjoyed listening to and singing along with Tony and Chris – better known as ‘Smooth’, who entertained us with some well known songs.

Some rehearsal shots below.

More like tadpoles than raindrops!

More like tadpoles than raindrops!

Riveting!

Riveting!

Those tea buns were delicious ...

Those tea buns were delicious …

I'm not acting in your play Gordon mate - I'm a set builder!

I’m not acting in your play Gordon mate – I’m a set builder!

You didn't have to spend all £28 on the set build you know!

You didn’t have to spend all £28 on the set build you know!

Is this the end then? Does this mean I have to spend more time with the wife?

Is this the end then? Does this mean I have to spend more time with the wife?

 

A Spy in Little Grimely!

detective-clip-art-on-pinterest-detective-clip-art-and-graphics-BDcc5h-clipartOur two one act plays have been well rehearsed and are just about ready to go on the road.  Excitingly we have two of our newest young members taking the lead in the play with a Spy theme.  Last Tango in Little Grimley is a favourite of ours and it still makes us laugh out loud.  The first performance will be on 21st September so with just a few final rehearsals we are ready to go.  We are lucky to have the band ‘Smooth’ performing some well known numbers before each of the plays to make it a great evenings entertainment. 

Just to keep us on our toes we will soon begin rehearsals for our panto – Cleeveton Abbey: The Real Cinderella Story written by John King, to be performed in late November.