BIG NEWS TIME! Rehearsals may be well underway for Merchant of Venice (seriously, I have sneaked into a rehearsal and it’s going to be terrific!! -Will), but LNTG has not got to its current position by resting on its laurels, so listen up!
We are now taking proposals for our autumn show. Dates and venue have yet to be finalised, but we reckon November will be the most likely option.
Have you directed for us before? Directed for somebody else? Or never done anything like this, but fancy a challenge? Everybody is welcome to propose a show, so if you are interested, please send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org containing the following:
– details of the play and ideas about staging (are there any particular difficulties you envisage? What kind of venue are you looking for?)
– your team: a director and production manager as a minimum, but feel free to mention any stage managers, techies, marketing team you want to involve
– details of the cast. It is always nice to have a decent sized cast to get people involved and be aware of gender breakdown (or be willing to cross-cast). So Twelve Angry Men may have to become Twelve Angry Non-Gender Specific Persons
– any other useful information (why would this be a suitable production for LNTG?)
The initial deadline for proposals is June 10th, so get cracking and feel free to e-mail us or contact Will O’Neill or Sandra Tsch via Facebook if you have any questions.
Your Network Comms team x
Tomorrow (22nd November 2013) from 2pm, Faye Christiansen will be speaking to James Kay at Vintage Radio about Network, the group’s history, present and future as well as much more.
You can listen along live here.
So… having only just recovered from The Abandoned, here’s the next thing to get involved in for all you lovely Networkians out there…
The Liverpool Network Theatre Group Revue Night is going to on Tuesday 10th December at the Pilgrim Pub, Pilgrim Street, Liverpool.
We’re looking for people to take part in this year’s show. You can bring anything to the table from sketches, monologues and plays, to stand-up, poems, and music.
It’s a fun-filled night and there will be something for everyone!
If you would like to take part in the Revue could you let Scott know by the third or second week in November. You can message him on our Facebook account or send him an email: email@example.com
Make sure you get to Liverpool Network Theatre’s next performance:
Tuesday 29th October, Church of St Luke (The Bombed Out Church)*
7.30pm and 8.30pm
Tickets: £5 and £3 (conc)
Tickets can be purchased on the door or from News from Nowhere on Bold Street.
A village’s pets vanish overnight. A dead body refuses to stay silent. A woman is haunted by an evil unseen. What happens when the gods are looking elsewhere and those who should not be are left to fend for themselves? Liverpool Network Theatre Group in association with Urban Strawberry Lunch proudly presents three tales of the macabre, the strange and the terrifying. Mwhahaha and all that sort of thing.
Fast becoming as much a Network tradition as the Summer play and Eastenders Zip Zap Boing, the Hallow…een show at St Luke’s is now in its third year and this one is by far our most ambitious!
For one night only. Come join us… if you dare! (And even if you don’t dare, please come anyway, we’ll make sure there’s someone there to hold your hand.)
Please note this performance is not suitable for young children.
* The venue may change dependent on weather. Please come to the Bombed Out Church and if we have to move venue, we will direct you accordingly.