Some needful advice...

Now listen up...
The medieval mafia have sent me, Lord Hastings - aka Baron Bill - to give you some needful advice about coming to watch our play. (Richard III, this Thursday and Friday at Chirk Castle, in case you've forgotten.)
So sit up and listen, or I'll lamp ya with my lute.
 
– As it’s an outdoor production it’s advisable to BRING YOUR OWN CHAIRS. There will be a few there but not enough for everyone.
– It’s a long play (with interval) so bring warm clothing for the cool night air, and come prepared for showers.
– Starts 7.30, but doors open at 6 so do feel free to bring a picnic and make an evening of it. The café will be open until the start, and again in the interval.
– Parking will be up by the castle itself rather than in the usual public car park at the bottom of the hill. Follow stewards’ directions. The performance is in the castle courtyard.

Final rehearsals

LADS patron Michael Corbidge, who travels the world lending his expertise to professional actors, has made time to visit us to share his skills and enthusiasm. Today, he put the cast of Richard III through their paces in the stunning grounds of Chirk Castle. Get your tickets online for our performances in Chirk's historic courtyard.

Click here for Chirk tickets

Shakespeare's Richard III

Tickets now on sale

...and selling like hotcakes! Here's how to book your seat for this gripping production:

 

Chirk Castle - August 15th & 16th

Buy tickets online via our 'Buy Tickets' page

Purchase tickets from Rowanthorn in Oswestry

 

The Willow Globe - September 7th & 8th

Buy tickets online via our 'Buy Tickets' page

Purchase tickets by phone on 01597 811487

 

The Walker Theatre (Theatre Severn) - September 17th & 18th

Buy tickets online via our 'Buy Tickets' page

Purchase tickets from Theatre Severn's Box Office

 

Guess what they're building?

The LADS are very excited about this. It's a brand new theatre! 
The Holroyd Community Theatre is going up at Moreton Hall School and we can't wait to perform there. One of our committee members, Alison Utting, has become a Director of the new theatre. It promises to be a fabulous performance space with an exciting programme. 
Loveday Ingram, a renowned writer and director, is the Artistic Director. "The Holroyd will provide access to the highest quality professional arts projects and performances, as well as providing a much welcome home for community and educational projects."
The theatre is scheduled to open early next year.

November production

Auditions are underway for Far from the Madding Crowd, by Thomas Hardy & Matthew White, directed by Alison Utting. 

You don't have to be a current member of LADS to come along, and our audition process is very informal and fun - you won't be put on the spot. There are speaking and non-speaking parts available, and we're also looking for singers and musicians. 

Just drop in to the auditions, or email us if you would like more info. 

Sunday 2nd June - 3pm Oswestry Memorial Hall

Tuesday 4th June - 7pm Pant Memorial Hall

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