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Tue 21 Mar 2017

 

Rather than the usual R & A approach, for the casting of this show we’ll be running two workshops which will also serve as the reading and audition. It is preferable that you are able to attend both workshops but will not count against you if you can only make it along to one.

Workshop one:              Sunday 7th May, 2.00 pm - 6.00 pm (Foyer, Hampton Hill Theatre)

Workshop two:               Sunday 14th May, 3.00 pm - 7.00 pm (Coward Suite, Hampton Hill Theatre)

Performance Dates:      Sunday 17th September -  Saturday 23rd September 2017

                                          (Coward Room, Hampton Hill Theatre)

 

The Show

Originally and famously a radio play featuring the mellifluous tones of Richard Burton, Under Milk Wood is regarded by many as Dylan Thomas’ masterpiece.

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Tue 14 Feb 2017

Reading:                                          Sunday 4th June, 6.00 pm, Foyer (Hampton Hill Theatre)

Audition:                                          Sunday 11th June, 6.00 pm, Foyer/Garrick (Hampton Hill Theatre)

Performance Dates:                       Sunday 1st Oct – Saturday 7th October 2017 (Auditorium)

 

The Turn of the Screw is a famous novella by Henry James. It has been adapted for the cinema and stage many times, most recently by Rebecca Lenkiewicz for the Almeida Theatre in 2013.

A synopsis of the plot of the novella is online at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Turn_of_the_Screw and the 1961 film based on the novella, The Innocents, is online at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktvn-UFNJkM

 

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Tue 14 Feb 2017

Reading:    Sunday 26th March 2017, 6.00 pm (Foyer, Hampton Hill Theatre)

Audition:   Sunday 2nd April 2017, 6.00 pm (Coward Room, Hampton Hill Theatre)

Performance Dates:  Sunday 2nd July - Saturday 8th July 2017 (Auditorium)

 

French Twist

A double bill of French farce by George Feydeau and Eugene Labiche in a new adaptation by Matthew Ryan

Director:  Steve Taylor

 

(A) Jailbird (Gibier de Potence)

An already complicated love triangle between a doctor, his wife and her lover becomes more confusing upon the arrival of another suitor...disturbingly he matches the description of a wanted murderer.

(B) The Coal Seller Affair (L'Affaire de la Rue de Lourcine)

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Tue 27 Dec 2016

Want to find out what’s involved in any of the many roles at TTC?  Interested in doing something but not sure who to ask? Then come along to our

GET INVOLVED DAY

Saturday 18th March 2017

1.00 to 4.00 pm

Hampton Hill Theatre

 

The place to be to find out about front of house (steward, bar, duty manager), backstage (stage management, props, lighting, sound, set building) and other roles such as marketing and social media.

Virtually all areas of the club, from bar to backstage, will be represented during the event, so now’s your opportunity to ask all those questions you’ve always wanted to ask.   The bar will be open and complimentary refreshments will be available.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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Tue 27 Dec 2016

Reading:    Sunday 19th February 2017, 6.00 pm (Yardley Room, Hampton Hill Theatre)

Audition:   Sunday 26th February 2017, 6.00 pm (Garrick Room, Hampton Hill Theatre)

Performance Dates:  Sunday 18th June - Saturday 24th June 2017 (Studio)

 

Breadcrumbs

by Jennifer Haley

Director:  Andy Smith

 

Breadcrumbs is a powerful, haunting, bitter-sweet and richly textured play, offering superb opportunities for two female actors to explore the nature of relationships and how dementia, a terrible, debilitating disease can change the way in which we view our past, present and future.

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