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AGM report on NLCA Theatre Group, 2009/10

By Peter Crowhurst, Theatre Group Coordinator

The NLCA Theatre Group has had another successful year, enjoying good numbers and seeing some excellent productions. We continue to go, usually on a monthly basis, to the Little Theatre, off Western Road, which is an intimate small theatre providing first class productions, which in the last year have ranged  from the dark comedy of The Pillowman to Noel Coward’s Hay Fever and Willy Russell’s play Blood Brothers.

Join us...

Any resident is welcome to join us. You just need to contact me to reserve a ticket, which you pay for on the night. (All tickets cost £7.50 - very good value.) It’s an excellent way to meet neighbours and to have a night out at the theatre without breaking the bank.

[Previously published in the North Laine Runner, No 203, March/April 2010]

This page was added on 09/04/2010.
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I would like to invite all members to a production of Calamity Jane at the Komedia on 5th-9th April, to help City Theatre Company (formerly Brighton & Hove Operatic) celebrate 125 years of putting on musicals.  For those of you who have seen me in my shop recently and wondered about the beard, well the show is the reason!

Tickets are £13.00 and £15.00 and the show includes songs such as Deadwood Stage, Secret Love and Black Hills of Dakota.

If you would like more info, please feel free to call in at Bonsai-Ko, 45 Sydney Street, and I'll even sing you a few bars...possibly.

Many thanks!

By Eric Danot
On 19/03/2011

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