Date for your diary: Shakespeare at The George AGMSeptember 30, 2018 - Reuben Milne
A brief note to cordially invite you to our AGM which this year takes place in The Manchester Room at The George Hotel, Huntingdon on Wednesday, 24th October at 7.30pm (for a 7.45 pm start).
All are welcome – especially cast and crew both past and present – and of course members of our wonderful audience.
And as if you needed any greater incentive, we’ll also be serving a glass or two of wine to say thank you for your attendance.
A G E N D A
1. Welcome by Chairman Richard Brown
3. Chairman’s Report Richard Brown
4. Treasurer’s Report Phil Leverett
5. Publicity Report Simon Maylor
6. Richard III Comments/Wash-up
7. Parlour The Diary of Anne Frank Comments/Wash-up
8. 60th Anniversary 2019/Archiving
9. Election of Trustees 2018/2019:
The following people have been proposed to stand for election:
Chair Richard Brown
Treasurer Phil Leverett
Secretary Steph Hamer
Technical Co-ordinator Kevin Connor
Publicity Simon Maylor
Marketing Reuben Milne
Production Co-ordinator Paula Incledon-Webber
Front of House/Merchandise Heather Livermore
New Trustee Louise West
10. Future Productions
11. Any Other BusinessLearn More
Preparing for a magical Midsummer Night’s Dream…September 10, 2018 - Reuben Milne
Fresh from his success as Richard III in this year’s sell-out show, Dean Laccohee will be directing our 2019 summer production of Midsummer Night’s Dream. And what better way to prepare than by spending a weekend at The Globe Theatre in London at a directors studio. Read all about his fascinating experience here.Learn More
Over 2,000 tickets gone – and there’s still a week to goJune 19, 2018 - Reuben Milne
Richard, Duke of Gloucester would no doubt approve. It appears that the public would like to see him as king – at least for a little while… With just a week to go before opening night, we’re delighted to announce that Friday 29th & Saturday 30th June, as well as Saturday July 7 are all but sold out and most other nights now have less than 40 tickets available. I guess what we’re trying to say is check the weather (looking nice!), check the world cup schedule (flexible at this stage) and get yourself to our ticket page to make sure you don’t miss out. Long Live King Richard!Learn More
Help us win an award for Huntingdon…May 14, 2018 - Reuben Milne
We are delighted to be announced as one of the finalists for the Muddy Stilettos Awards for the Best Theatre/Arts Venue in Cambridgeshire – and we’d love your help to win it!
Obviously, we’re in very good company (the Cambridge Arts Theatre, Cambridge Junction, The Key Theatre in Peterborough and The Cambridge Picture House are the other finalists) but if you fancy helping us cause a bit of an upset as well as highlighting the thriving theatre scene in Hunts (our friends at Hunts Drama Club have just won the best play at the latest NODA awards for amateur theatre in the area – congrats guys) then please feel free to vote for us. You’ll need to be quick – voting closes on Friday – but if you fancy putting in a good word, all you need to do is go to https://cambs.muddystilettos.co.uk/vote.
Fancy a Shakespeare fix before Richard III this summer?April 10, 2018 - Reuben Milne
For those who enjoy their Shakespeare in wonderfully atmospheric surroundings, can we recommend a ticket (or two) to The Combined Actors of Cambridge’s production of The Tempest being staged at Downing College, Cambridge?
Combined Actors of Cambridge are a highly-regarded theatre company that regularly perform at the ADC theatre and other venues in Cambridge. They are especially delighted to present this iconic play in the unique surroundings of Downing College’s Howard Theatre, by arrangement with Downing College Drama Society. The show runs from April 28 – May 3 with tickets priced at £12 and £10 for all performances, with concessions available for group bookings, over 60’s and full-time students. Click here for more details.Learn More
Over half of tickets sold for Richard III- Reuben Milne
Yup, that’s right, the country’s favourite conniving king has definitely caught the imagination with over 50% of tickets already sold for this summer’s production – with both Saturday performances now 3/4 full. So check your diary and get booking! Click here to go straight to the ticket source website.Learn More
Tickets for Richard III on saleMarch 1, 2018 - Reuben Milne
That’s right, it’s March 1 which means that you can start buying your tickets for this year’s open air production of Richard III. It’s already shaping up to be one of our most popular productions so check diaries, invite your friends and hurry up and get booking! See you there.Learn More
Happy New Year – unless you get in the way of the Duke of Gloucester…January 2, 2018 - Reuben Milne
Here’s wishing all of our wonderful supporters a very, very happy 2018. And anyone less than content with our current winter, well, you know how that works out…Learn More
Last few tickets available for The Diary of Anne FrankNovember 6, 2017 - Reuben Milne
In exactly three weeks time, Ray Livermore’s talented SaTG Parlour cast will be bringing to life one of the most powerfully emotional stories of recent times, The Diary of Anne Frank. The production, staged in the atmospheric surroundings of All Saints Church in Huntingdon, has really captured the imagination and there are now less than 60 tickets left for the entire four night run. So don’t hang about, click here to buy your tickets! See you there…Learn More
Over half the tickets already sold for Anne FrankOctober 2, 2017 - Reuben Milne
The poignant story of Anne Frank has always resonated and our Parlour production, based on the award-winning adaptation of her diaries, has already caught the imagination of theatre-goers in Huntingdon. Directed by Ray Livermore and held in the atmospheric confines of All Saints Church, tickets have only been on sale for 3 weeks and we’ve less than half remaining. So don’t take too long in checking your diaries before you go ahead and book your tickets here.Learn More