We knew we had a great show in our hands, but the real test is always the reaction of the theatre-going public, so we have been thrilled to see and hear that our audiences have enjoyed the show so much. Thanks to everyone who’s taken the time to feed back to us!!
Here are some of our amazing reviews:
It is not too late to catch a piece of the action. There are still a limited number of tickets left for today’s matinee (2.30pm) and evening (7.30pm) performances.
Tickets available from the Crescent Theatre box office (0121 643 5858) or their website http://crescent-theatre.co.uk/theatre-event.php?EventID=41730
We loved being nuns in ‘The Sound of Music’ so much that we’re doing it all over again! But this time there will be no lederhosen or edelweiss in sight. Instead we head across the Atlantic to San Francisco where crime witness (and disco diva) Doloris Van Cartier needs our help. In return, life in the convent will never be the same again – expect gospel, rock and roll and a lot of hilarity! Read the full story here.
Crescent Theatre, Birmingham
5th – 9th May 2015
7.30pm nightly, plus Saturday 2.30pm
TICKETS ON SALE NOW from just £14 if booking direct through The Arcadians.
The months of hard work are reaping their rewards as ‘Oh What a Lovely War’ is receiving great feedback from our audiences.
See link for our fantastic 4 star review.
It’s not too late to come along. Tickets still available from the Crescent Theatre box office (0121 643 5858) or website. Don’t miss it!
Friday 21 November – 7.30 pm
Saturday 22 November – 2.30 pm and 7.30 pm
Our junior group (L’Arcs) is currently enrolling new members aged 8-16. Sessions take place on a Friday night in Selly Oak. Click on the attached flyer for details.
It would be lovely to see you there, please call the number below to register your child for an audition.
If you have any questions or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact us:
Michelle Burgess: 07817 491255
or email email@example.com
Following a superb round of auditions, all of the main roles in our November show, ‘Oh What a lovely War’, have now been cast and we are charging ahead with rehearsals. However, we could still do with a few more soldiers to strengthen our ranks.
If you think you might fit the bill, why not come and join us in what is going to be a fantastic production, marking the centenary year of the outbreak of World War I?
Please contact us for more information.
After 6 months of hard work, show week came and went all too quickly, but we can look back fondly on the great camaraderie which we shared, and on the amazing feedback which we received from our audiences. Thanks to everyone who supported us (whether behind the scenes or in the audience) and helped to make the show such as success.
See here for our fantastic 4-star review!
Photos coming soon!
We will be heading almost straight into rehearsals for our next show, ‘Oh, What A Lovely War’, which will be at the Crescent Theatre from 18-22 November 2014. The first rehearsal will be on Tuesday 3 June, 7.30pm at St Mary’s church hall in Selly Oak. If you fancy joining us, we are always on the look-out for new members. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info, or take a look here.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, BSL sign language interpretation will no longer be included within our performance of RENT on Tuesday 13 May. We have endeavoured to contact all those we are aware of who booked specifically for this facility, and who may require a refund as a result, but if anyone else is affected please contact our ticket secretary (07817 491255 or email@example.com) or the Crescent Theatre Box Office, as appropriate, as soon as possible.
Apologies to all theatre-goers who have been disappointed by this change. We expect to have the facility back again for our next show in November, so watch this space!
If you’ve still to buy your tickets for RENT, here’s a little something to tempt you…
Best be quick – they’re selling fast!
13-17 May 2014 at the Crescent Theatre, Birmingham
Save £1 on the quoted flyer prices by booking direct with The Arcadians.