Coming up in 2018

Spring   We will be submitting 4 one-act plays to the mid-Wales festival, as well as performing them at Llanymynech.

Summer    'My mother said I never should' (Charlotte Keatley)

Autumn     'The Forester's House' (Neil Rhodes) and 'The Accrington Pals' (Peter Whelan) - part of the Armistice Centenary festival

Live music

Many of our members are involved in the creative arts outside of LADS. Here are some music gigs coming up for you to enjoy:

The Street Band
(including Dave Cotterill)
Saturday 3 February
Ex-Serviceman's Club, Bailey Street, Oswestry.
FREE admission. 
An Evening of TUNES with
Jock Tyldesley, Vera van Heeringen, Michelle Soinne, Phoebe Rees and John Neilson
Friday 2 March
Village Hall, Rhydycroesau, Oswestry
Starts 8pm, doors open 7.30. Tickets £9 (£5 child 16 and under). Advance booking advised.
Please bring your own drink (and glass if you can). 
Tickets from Rowanthorn shop, Chapel Court, Oswestry (from midday this Saturday), or by phoning John on 01691 791403, or Eirene on 01948 710218.

Casting for one-act plays

Tuesday 16th & Wednesday 17th January at Llanymynech Village Hall, 7.30pm.

We will be reading from one-act plays, with a view to casting them. It's all very informal, nothing intimidating. Great chance to meet other members of the group and perhaps get involved. Open to all.

Come to either evening - or if you are interested but can't make it just drop us an email or phone 830558. 

Charity Concert

A charity concert will be held at Llanymynech Village Hall raising funds for Macular Degeneration and Brain Tumour Research.

Saturday 20th January, 7.45pm. 

Loads of fab "turns" including Half Six, Al Jamila belly dancers and sketches from LADS. Tickets £10 on door or ring 01691 830558. There'll be a raffle and more importantly a bar!


New Year drama workshop

Don't miss our famous New Year workshop! 

This year's fabulous FREE workshop will be on Sunday 7th January at the Memorial Hall, Oswestry. 

The morning workshop will be all about stage combat and physical techniques - fighting, dying, falling etc. We will share lunch together (please bring your own butty bag) and then in the afternoon we will warm up with some drama exercises and then you will have the chance to explore either group improvisation or writing for the stage. There's no pressure to join in - just a warm welcome and a chance to try things out. We recommend that you come in comfortable clothes. The fun starts at 10am and will finish at around 4pm. Places are free but we do ask that you book your place, either via our 'Buy Tickets' page or by contacting our secretary on 01691 830558. 

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