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Theatre of Epidaurus
Constance's Dreams: Divas -
What an awful day.
Now, I know that Tumblr folks are real big on pointing out just how sassy and diva like they think they are but here is a lesson: working in the theatre you are bound to come across your fair share of real life divas and my advice is do not become one! They are so annoying, so…
2012-09-26 19.02.04 on Flickr.
Our production of ‘Deeds Not Words’ in rehearsal, some of the cast learning to walk like ‘ladies’!!
I would like to tell you about FUSION YOUTH THEATRE which I have enjoyed for many years now, it is at saint James house in Grimsby. I attend two groups; the Saturday group that is fantastic for new starters and will get you used to being part of a committed team and the Wednesday group for people that would enjoy more serious drama. I never miss a rehearsal if your in the show then your in it….
Saturday group (the Christmas show, The Nutcracker)
I go to the Saturday group and think it is great, we do lots of games and at the moment are working towards our Christmas show, The Nutcracker and there is also singing and dancing involved as well as drama for people that enjoy them all, but don’t have to do them if not interested. I love singing and dancing and this group will always make sure your comfortable with what your doing. I have had great experiences with the Saturday group and love it .
Wednesday group (suffragettes, Deeds Not Words)
On a Wednesday I am doing the suffragettes which is fun but a serious drama and I am learning about women’s rights to vote which will help me in the future, it is cool because you can have fun but learn at the same time !!!
I really love the Wednesday drama group and would definitely recommend it to others. We have a laugh and practice really hard, I always look forward to it.
See you guys soon, Beth.
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‘Deeds Not Words’
A new play about the Suffragette movement written by Fusion Youth Theatre with Andy Evans & Emma Nicholson.
Friday 12th September, 7.30pm and Saturday 13th September, 2.30pm & 7.30pm At Ormiston Maritime Academy, Westward Ho, Grimsby.
Tickets £5/£4 from the Caxton Theatre Box Office, Grimsby Central Library, 01472 346251.
‘Oliver Twist’ (Play in a Week)
A new adaptation of this classic story to celebrate the bicentenary of Charles Dickens. Created as a Play in a Week project as part of the Filter Festival of Words with The Culture House.
Rehearsals – Monday 29th October to Friday 2nd November, 10am-4pm Performance – Friday 2nd November, 6pm
At St James House (St James Square, Grimsby) with performance at Grimsby Minster.
Take part - £30 for the week. Tickets on sale soon!
A huge festive family show packed with acting, singing, dancing and LIVE MUSIC! Featuring famous Christmas songs and carols as well as the famous Nutcracker Suite by Tchaikovsky, this new show has something for everyone and will provide great entertainment for all ages.
Created by Fusion Youth Theatre in association with the Music & Performing Arts Service, MAPAS Youth Music, Gyoko Taiko, Zebedee Performing Arts, Grimsby Minster, Southbank Youth Dance Hub, North East Lincolnshire Council and Arts Council England.
Saturday 1st December, 7.30pm at the Grimsby Minster
Sunday 2nd December, 2.30pm & 7.30pm at the Grimsby Central Hall, Main Stage.
Tickets £7 & £4, ages 5 and under FREE, from the Caxton Theatre Box Office, Grimsby Central Library on 01472 346251 or the Grimsby Central Hall Box Office on 01472 355025.
Fusion Christmas Party!
The ultimate ‘after-show’ party! Friends and family of Fusion are all welcome to come and celebrate the end of the year with us, live music, disco, karaoke, dancing, buffet and bar. Fancy dress welcome!
Saturday 15th December, 6pm-10pm at St James House, St James Square, Grimsby.
Tickets – donations of approx. £2 requested. On sale from October onwards.
Queen of the Seas, a set on Flickr.
Our recent production of ‘Queen of the Seas’ a brand new musical play by Andy Evans & Jack Pudsey. The show premiered on Saturday night at the Whitgift Theatre in Grimsby, well done to the cast and crew!