Our Day Out – Mar 2004

Our Day Out Venue: Riverside Studio Theatre Show dates: 9th to 13th March 2004 Directed by Raymond Jones Book by Willy Russell Songs and music by Bob Eaton, Chris Mellor and Willy Russell Cast Mr Briggs – Dafydd Grifiths Mrs Kay – Anharad Siencyn Susan/Shopkeeper – Kendra Jones Colin – James Harper Driver/Zookeeper – Stuart […]

Bugsy Malone – Oct 2004

Bugsy Malone The Senior Youth section performed this enormously funny musical play. Show dates: 30th September – 2nd October 2004 Venue: Stiwt Theatre, Rhos, Nr Wrexham. Director – Lyn Aston Musical Director – David Pritchard Cast list: DOMINIC SIMMS – BUGSY MALONE (Info) ALEX ROBERTS – BLOUSEY MATTHEW LARGE – FAT SAM LUCY POWELL – […]

Penny Scrooge – April 2005

Synopsis PENNY SCROOGE It is Christmas Eve and Penny Scrooge, a miserable but wealthy young woman, works in her restaurant with her cook and waitress Cratchet. Penny receives several visitors to the restaurant. The choir who come to entertain the customers, her cousin Tom who invites Penny to visit his Mother who is sick, and […]

Love Begins At 50 – Jan 2003

Love Begins At 50 A Farce by Raymond Hopkins Directed By – Mary Rowley The Story Anita and Clive Debanks have been married for 28 years and have led an uneventful life. But all that is about to change. Although in a loveless marriage, Clive has never been unfaithful. However, as preparations for his fiftieth […]

Fiddler on the Roof – Oct 2003

Fiddler on the Roof Directed by – Mary Rowley Choreographer – Lyn Aston Musical Director – David Pritchard The Story ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ is a story of a family and the village in which they live a simple life. It is set in Tsarist Russia on the eve of the Russian Revolution, when everything […]

Across The Pond – April 2005

Devised and directed by Raymond Jones. Venue: Riverside Studio Theatre. Some of the best musical numbers of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and Stephen Sondheim, recognized as the two most successful composers of the last few decades. A musical production embracing various emotions portrayed in musical theatre. Nostalgia, comedy, tragedy, fairy tales, magic and, of course, […]