Our AGM is taking place on Thursday June 20 at 8pm, followed by an Open Meeting when our 2019 programme will be announced. It is your chance to talk to the governors and have your say on how The Mill is run. We hope to see you there.
Here’s all the information you need for the auditions for our Winter musical, The Railway Children, including dates, characters and a summary of the plot. Workshops and auditions Workshops Friday 21st June at 7.30pm Wednesday 26th June at 7.30pm Auditions Friday 28th June at 7.30pm The musical features a large, mixed cast […]
This is just a quick reminder to renew your Sharnbrook Mill Theatre membership if you have not already done so. You can read more information about renewing your membership here.
There are still places left on our Youth Summer School which runs from Monday 22nd July-Friday 26th July with a performance on the Friday evening. The Summer School is open to anyone between 9 and 18 years old and is run by fully-qualified teaching professionals who specialise in the performing […]
Director David Russell is pleased to announce that Entertaining Angels is now fully cast following the addition of Heather Allan to the cast as “Jo”. The full cast is as follows: Grace– Kaye Stevens Ruth – Becky Woodham Sarah – Leisa Cooke Bardy – Mark Woodham Jo – Heather Allan
Following auditions on 2nd April, and tough panel deliberations the same night, director David Russell is pleased to announce the cast for the Autumn play, Entertaining Angels. Grace– Kaye Stevens Ruth – Becky Woodham Sarah – Leisa Cooke Bardy – Mark Woodham Jo – to be cast Anyone interested in […]
Performance: 16th March 2019 Review by Richard Fitt I have to admit my ignorance, I wasn’t even aware that there was a stage play of Frederick Knott’s classic, having only ever seen the excellent 1967 film version staring Audrey Hepburn, so my interest was immediately aroused by this with its […]
Entertaining Angels by Richard Everett “I’ve poured two hundred thousand cups of tea, made four thousand six hundred medium-sized quiches and personally baked two tons of light crust pastry. And for what?’ As a clergy wife Grace has spent a lifetime on her best behaviour. Now, following the death of […]
A note from Kaye Tompkins at Beyond the Barn The workshop and auditions for Waiting for Snow are slightly unusual. Because we are a visiting theatre company, we shall be bringing most of our original cast with us – a lot of them familiar faces and members of the Mill. […]
WAITING FOR SNOW is a story told by actors, singers, dancers and musicians – an intimate tale of life and love distorted by the horrors of the First World War. This production takes place in a small town somewhere in England, but these tiny stories would have been playing out […]