We hope you had a lovely January and your February has started well.
We would like to thank everyone who came along and saw A Doll’s House for their ongoing support and lovely feedback. We really hope you enjoyed the show.
We now have lots more lovely stuff coming up for you to get involved in.
This year we will not be putting on a full-length spring show, but fret not! Instead we would like to put on a fun-filled evening of shorts in April/May (TBC).
This is a great opportunity for those who would like to be involved with a show but don’t have the time to commit to a full-length production or if you would like the opportunity to gain experience.
We are looking for short plays (15 to 30 minutes) or entertaining scenes from longer works that are royalty free – so either writers who have been dead for longer than 70 years or new writers willing to donate their work.
If you would like to be involved, please get in touch with your ideas, whether it’s something you have written, would like to direct or perform in or even just something you’d like to see done. After we have selected our shows we will have open auditions as usual so plenty of chances to get involved.
Liverpool Fringe Festival:
The Liverpool Fringe Festival is also coming up (first two weeks of June). They would love for Networkers to get involved so if you are interested please contact them at email@example.com. Our very own Mark Kyle Cooper will be organising an open mic fundraiser for the Liverpool Fringe, so if you have a turn you would like to do, please contact him for more info.
Finally, is there a show you would like to do with us? We are now accepting proposals for any point in the future, so if there’s something you’d like us to consider for this autumn, or any point at all next year, or even the year after(!), please send us your proposal. If you would like to provide us with an outline proposal before sending the full details that’s absolutely fine too.
Any proposals received will be considered at the following Committee meeting. Our next meeting is on 25 February.
Coming soon – news of our always popular spring quiz and exciting 2019 summer production!
If you have any questions about any of the above or anything else at all, please come along to one of our workshops (every Tuesday, 7pm, 5th floor of the Tempest Building (above HUS) on Tithebarn Street), contact a member of the Committee; that’s Donna Day (Chair), James Gray, Julie Hills, Frank Kennedy, Sonia Chapman, Liana Jane Bourne, Peter Sebastian or Mark Kyle Cooper.