We are pleased to announce our Christmas/winter 2018 production which will be a newly written play based around the characters and stories of Snow White and Red Riding Hood. This is an adventure play suitable for all ages which will have action, comedy, suspense, and twists.
Below you’ll find information on the play, finishing with a form for those who are interested in the auditions. Continue reading
Now only eight days before our adaptation of Wind In The Willows premieres. So lets see more photos! This time we have photos of the rest of the cast without which we wouldn’t have a full production.
In case you were wondering, yes, there’s still tickets available. These can be bought online, just select buy tickets from any of our menus or call us on 01939 250070. We will even have some available for on the day, but these are on a first come basis!
Two weeks to go before our adaptation of Wind In The Willows premieres. What else to do but to show off some photos of the cast.
Don’t forget that tickets can be bought online via our site, just select buy tickets from any of our menus. Hope to see you there!
Rehearsals are going well and it’s only three weeks till curtain up on our first performance. Now is the time to announce our poster. You should already be seeing it in all your favourite shops and coffee houses.
Feel free to download our poster and put it up where you haven’t yet seen it.
Don’t forget that tickets are now on sale via 01939 250070 or on this very website on our buy tickets page.
To mark 400 years since Shakespeare’s death, SVP will perform The Taming of the Shrew. This rough-and-tumble farce is full of action and bawdy humour, centring round the battle of the sexes. This is essentially a love story on the time honoured theme of boy meets girl, she rejects him and eventually succumbs!
Petruchio arrives in Padua in search of a wife and, on hearing of the beautiful but shrewish Katherina Minola, decides she fits the bill and sets about wooing her. Kate has other ideas and their encounters are full of impassioned exchanges, angry exchanges and even blows-until love conquers all.
As usual, a host of other characters form the sub plot-Bianca ,Kate’s younger sister is also beautiful but not shrewish and,as a result, has many suitors clambering for her hand. They are thwarted, though, by Kate’s family, who will not let Bianca marry until her elder sister is off their hands.
The play is full of slapstick humour and witty language and is a delightful mix of clever dialogue and rollicking good spirits.