Audition notice: Farndale Avenue’s MACBETH: A Comedy

Auditions and workshops for The Farndale Avenue’s Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of Macbeth (a Comedy). Read through 23rd November at 7.30pm. Auditions on 30th November at 7.30pm at Sharnbrook Mill Theatre, Mill Road, Sharnbrook, Beds, MK44 1NP. Show dates: 12th to 17th March 2018. The Farndale Avenue Housing […]

NODA review of Cheshire Cats

by Richard Fitt at a performance on 21st September 2017 Gail Young’s Cheshire Cats has the distinction of being exclusively ‘amdram’ in its origins, being first brought to the attention of the wider public when performed at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2006 by The Guilden Sutton Players. Even since its […]

NODA review of Cloud

by Richard Fitt at a performance on 8th June 2017 Wow! What a night! I’m not talking about the extraordinary result of the UK general election on the same night, although of course that was indeed quite extraordinary. No, I’m talking about my visit to see the production of a […]

Cheshire Cats – Cast announced

We are pleased to announce the cast for our Autumn play, Cheshire Cats. Hilary – Lesley O’Neill Yvonne – Alex Goodbody Maggie – Jenny Tymon-Robins Vicky – Nicola Hickson Siobhan – Lesley Wood Handsome drunk/Policeman – Ken Wilde Andrew – Guy Taylor Madge – Virginia Pope Ethel – Sue Lander

Cheshire Cats – audition information

Show dates 18th – 23rd September Plot The play follows the emotional journey of the girls London moonwalk for breast cancer. This is a comic tribute to all those who participate in charity walking events everywhere and is a cross between a girls night out and a real mission to […]

NODA review of The Ladykillers

by Richard Fitt A trip to enjoy the excellent hospitality of Sharnbrook’s Mill theatre is always a delight, with high expectations of a group with a solid track record of top notch productions, very much helped by their ability to build some superb sets and rehearse unrestricted by time constraints. […]

NODA review of My Boy Jack

by Richard Fitt The dream of all amateur theatre companies is of course to own your own theatre set in beautiful surroundings and equipped to the highest standards. The Mill Theatre Sharnbrook is one of the few groups in the country to have achieved that dream. The net result is […]

NODA review of Sleeping Beauty

by Richard Fitt To judge the frivolity of a pantomime with their predictable story lines, ‘double entendre,’ corny jokes and outrageous costumes one can only ask did it make you laugh and was the smile with you long after you left the theatre? This high-energy production certainly did that! The […]

NODA review of Coram Boy

by Richard Fitt 26th October 2016 Even though I see it has had good critically acclaimed runs on both Broadway and The West End I must admit to my shame I had never even heard of Coram Boy before I was asked to review this production, so it was with […]