24, 25, 31 Jan and 1 Feb 2020
Revues have always been popular with the Little Gaddesden audience and this production will reprise and refresh some of the popular items from earlier revues alongside new material, including some iconic sketches and songs. A cast of over twenty will deliver 24 different items that provide an opportunity for our actors to perform to their strengths.
The Revue has been compiled by Patrick Isherwood who is also directing with valuable help from Georgia McCarthy and our musical director Jackie Robinson. Among the world premiere items is a lilting samba The Girl From Houghton Regis, which may sound familiar if you are a fan of Astrud Gilberto and the appearance of the celebrated popular singer as Kate Brush. Older members of our audience will be interested in seeing what has happened in adulthood to a childhood hero Andy Pandy and his pals Looby Loo and Teddy, while anybody who is interested in Russian composers will be in for a treat. Finally, we will take the opportunity of paying tribute to Patsy Blackmore, a founder member of LGDC and the instigator and director of many of our previous revues.
The REVUE 20/20 will be performed on Friday 24th/Saturday 25th January 2020 and Friday 31st January/Saturday 1 February 2020 at 8:00pm. Doors and licensed bar open from 7:15pm
Tickets are available online. This is the cheapest way to buy tickets.
We also offer a telephone booking service for a small fee:
Telephone Box Office – Tel No 0333 666 3366
Here’s how it works:
1. TicketSource are providing this service on behalf of Little Gaddesden Drama Club. You will need a credit card to use it. There is a Telephone Service Fee of £1.75 per booking.
2. The TicketSource telephone box office service is available from Monday to Friday, 9.00AM to 7.00PM (excluding bank holidays) and Saturday from 9.00AM to 5.00PM. Calls received outside of available hours will operate on an answerphone and call back basis.
3. Tickets for telephone bookings received more than three working days before the event will be dispatched by post (or, if you request it, by text message or email).
4. Tickets for telephone bookings received fewer than four working days before the event will be handled differently. If you do not have access to text messages or email, TicketSource will supply the booking confirmation number and ask you to provide the booking confirmation number along with some form of identification on arrival at the Village Hall. If you do have access to text messages or email, tickets can be despatched to you by either of these methods.
‘WIXIT!’ by Trisha Wood, performed by members of Little Gaddesden Drama Club
WIXIT! is the sixth play in the Extraordinary Women series of short radio plays written by Trisha Wood. In it the ladies of Great Titley Women’s Institute bow to pressure from one of their members and decide to hold a referendum on whether to leave the National organization. To the committee’s surprise there is a yes vote (52-48%) which leaves them with some uncomfortable choices.
For those of you who are not familiar with the earlier plays, you can find them here and for a little more information on the formidable characters that make up the committee of this local WI click here.
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