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Watford Palace Theatre is running a new play-writing workshop programme called Off the Page to give local playwrights the opportunity to develop their skills and receive expert feedback about their creative writing.
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Watford Palace Theatre is looking for enthusiastic young people aged eight to 14 to play Cockneys, mysterious sea creatures and revolting rats for its 2008 pantomime Dick Whittington and his Cat! Auditions will be held at the theatre on Saturday, September 6. Auditionees are required to make an appointment first so that they can be assigned a group and time.
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It's many happy returns for The Abbots Langley Orchestra this Sunday as the group celebrates its 40th anniversary with a concert of Russian masterpieces. The programme features excerpts from the opera Eugene Onegin by Tchaikovsky and music composed by Stravinsky for the ballet The Fairy’s Kiss under the baton of conductor John Fryer.
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A new show based on Aesop’s Fables by best-selling children’s author and former Children’s Laureate Michael Morpurgo comes to Trestle Arts Base in St Albans this Sunday. The fables have been cleverly adapted by Scamp Theatre for a modern audience while still retaining the essential themes, resulting in a witty all-round family entertainment. Three actors, six fables and a one-man band combine with a host of colourful characters and animals to re-tell the well-loved stories including The Hare and The Tortoise, The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg and The Boy Who Cried Wolf. The imaginative treatment, where wheelbarrows become donkeys and ladders turn into trees, gives the production added adult appeal, while the lively musical score provides an appropriate soundscape.
4:45pm Monday 16th June 2008
If you fancy sinking your teeth into Tom Stoppard’s Dogg’s Hamlet Cahoot’s Macbeth, then here’s your chance. Hertfordshire County Youth Theatre is holding auditions for its October production at Watford Palace Theatre and at a number of schools across the county until Friday, June 20. The production will go on at the theatre on October 31 and November 1.
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