All panto tickets for all performances are now sold out.
Nairn Drama Club presents its 2013 Christmas pantomime – “Aladdin” – by Jean Morrison.
Open auditions for Nairn Drama Club's Christmas pantomime - “Aladdin” - will take place on Friday August 23rd at The Little Theatre.
This is a traditional style, family pantomime.
These auditions are open to all, members and non-members, no previous experience is necessary.
Involvement in the panto isn't limited to just acting, as we'd equally welcome anyone interested in helping out offstage as well - i.e. costumes, props, scenery, lighting, sound effects, etc...
Show Dates :
Each performance usually runs for 2.5 hours at the most, including the interval, meaning an evening show could finish as late as 10pm and a matinéee 5:30pm. The cast and crew should be at the theatre 1 hour before the start of each show. Chorus A and chorus B do shows on alternate days.
Below are the typical rehearsal times, however these are subject to change:
Everyone involved is required to become a club member and pay their annual subscription.
Additionally the members of the chorus have an additional fee to cover the cost of food and drink during the rehearsals, and costumes for the show.
Character List :
Have you bought your tickets for Calendar Girls yet?
Don't leave it too late as some nights are already sold out and remaining tickets are disappearing fast!
Phone or e-mail Avril as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
See the show listing for further information
All proceeds from the raffle that we'll be having during our run of Calendar Girls performances will be going to charity - Highland Hospice and Leukaemia Research
We hope to raise as much as possible and would be grateful for any donations of raffle prizes. Any donations can be left at The Little Theatre on Sundays 5.30-7:30pm and Mondays 7.00-9.00pm
Nairn Drama Club presents “Calendar Girls”
“A group of extraordinary women, members of a very ordinary Yorkshire WI, persuade one another to pose for a charity calendar with a difference - no more photos of Wharfedale bridges or Norman churches for them. Overcoming their initial reserve, the friends drop their dressing gowns, their modesty spared only by artfully placed cakes, knitting and flower arrangements.
Puzzling their husbands, mortifying their children and riding the wrath of the outraged WI, they spark a global phenomenon. But as media interest snowballs, the Calendar Girls find themselves exposed in ways they’d never expected, revealing more than they’d ever planned. A very English story with a very English heart, Calendar Girls is quirky, poignant and hilarious.
Adapted by Tim Firth from the Miramax film of the same name, it is based on an uplifting and very inspiring true story.” - www.timfirth.com/cal_girls_stage.html