Box office open for Rumours
The box office is now open for Rumours (the British version), so you can call or go online to secure your tickets for our production of Neil Simon's hilarious play.
It runs from Weds 20th to Sat 23rd May at St Barnabas Church, Lavenham Road, Southfields SW18 5EP.
Tickets are £14 (£12 concessions) and can be bought via our box office page online, or by calling 07941 448 689.
As it's a small venue, seating is limited, so we recommend booking early to avoid disappointment. We look forward to seeing you there!
Rumours cast announced
The auditions are complete, the deliberations are over, and we're thrilled to reveal the cast for our next show, Rumours (the British version).
Ken Beavens – Jonny Clines
Chris Beavens – Aimee Parnell
Len Cummings – Mark Smith
Claire Cummings – Sarah Hurley
Ernest Cusack – Jon Bradley
Cookie Cusack – Alison Walters
Glenn Cooper – Russell Hughes
Cassie Cooper – Phoebe Gafsen-Morris
PC Conklin – Alex Fleetham
It's a great line-up, and we can't wait to get stuck in with our rehearsals!
They say all good things must come to an end... and sadly, the time has come to leave Eastwick. So we bid a fond (and slightly emotional) farewell to Darryl Van Horne, our Witches, and indeed all the people of Eastwick. Thank you to everyone involved for making The Witches of Eastwick such a success - from the cast to the production team, to the crew who worked tirelessly behind the scenes all week on what is an incredibly technical show!
And, of course, thank you to our audiences for visiting our little town. Without you, Eastwick wouldn't have been half the place it was. We've had an absolute blast, and wish we could have stayed longer.
But, it's not all sadness and sorrow, for on Tuesday 3rd March, we start rehearsals for our next show, Neil Simon's Rumours (the British version). Take a look at more details about the auditions and how you can get involved.
(Photo by Liam Walls)
Calendar of Events
Sunday 19th April
Cygnets treasure hunt
Join us for our annual car based navigation of south west London in a quest to be crowned 2015 champion hunters!
Sat 27th June
Cygnet Fundraising Concert at St Barnabas Church
Sun 12th July
Cygnet Sports Day
An active twist on our usual summer picnic!
"From the moment the action started with the stirring “The Old Red Hills of Rome” and the individual voices of Nick Dore and Juan Miralles, I knew we were on for a winner."
“Stephen’s physicality [as Leo Frank] was excellent, never once dropping any ounce of character from this relatively insignificant individual yet he will never be forgotten.”
“Usually within a production there is at the very least the odd sub principal who is a bit wooden or tuneless but I can honestly say everyone on stage was enhancing the production not detracting from it.”
"The whole production was slick, well performed and of a very high standard."
"It was a fantastic show, I want to book another ticket and come see it to laugh all over again!"
Sardines Magazine Review
"Your audience were in stitches regularly and this is not just because of the quality of the material but because of the quality of the delivery."
"Congratulations to Ian Ward for directing such a tight production."
"The cast were very strong and executed well both script and score with much skill and aplomb."
"It is difficult to get the balance right with this show between the drama and the comedy/pantomime and I thought you achieved the balance pretty much perfectly."
'I have to say at this point that this production is one of the best non-professional I have ever seen! Finding fault was very nigh on impossible as the cast were of a very high standard and to give nothing away, provided us with a lead performance that was pure excellence.'
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