THE AGM HAS BEEN POSTPONED
All LADS members - and anyone who would like to join - are invited to our AGM & Social Evening.
Come along and have your say; put yourself forward for a role on the committee; or just have a listen and then enjoy the cheese, wine and good company afterwards.
Join us at Llanymynech Village Hall on Thursday 19th March at 7.30pm.
Reminder - if you need to pay your annual membership, or have yet to complete your GDPR forms, you can do both on the night. If you would rather pay or complete online, just email Marg for details.
...or alternatively, you could consider joining the LADS committee.
No qualifications needed - just enthusiasm and willingness to work as part of a team.
Meetings are held roughly once a month and are informal affairs including refreshments and good humour.
Nominate yourself by contacting Marg our secretary by 10th March please. If you would like to nominate someone else, make sure you have their permission first.
The LADS are thrilled to be taking part once again in the MCDA One-Act Play Festival.
Catch lots of local talent at this fantastic festival which takes place at Berriew Community Centre on 1st - 4th April. Each evening you will have a chance to watch a variety of one-act plays, starting at 7pm - with the final adjudication and awards taking place on the last night.
The LADS entry is 'Choice', written by our very own Margaret Kynaston. Wish us luck!
Picture: Marg Kynaston, with John Parkinson, in 'Twelfth Night'
It's nearly time for our ever-popular FREE New Year workshop.
Fancy a go at theatre skills? Want to make new friends? Yearning for something a little bit different to cheer up a grey January day? Then come along to Pant Memorial Hall on Sunday 12th January. The fun starts at 10am and finishes at 4pm. All you need is something for lunch and some comfortable clothes.
We'll be enjoying some silly warm-up games, learning some new acting skills from Jon Buckeridge of Parable Arts, and exploring other roles important to a production, such as stage management and publicity. There will be no pressure - just a lot of fun and a warm welcome. (Children are welcome but must bring a tame adult with them)