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Sleeping Beauty
(2018)

Pantomime

Thursdays
7:00 pm
Main Hall

continues each Thursday during term time. The last session for the summer term will be on Thursday 19 July.  After the Summer Holidays, we resume in September. Watch Facebook and Twitter for news.

 

Tuesday
10 July
7:00 pm
Supper Room

Our Summer Youth Workshop will be held 6 to 11 August for 8 to 18 year olds. If you missed this enrolment evening, there are still places left on this popular event. If you want to get your name on the list, please email us.

 

Fri 20 July
7:30 pm

How to Get a Baby

The Ashton Group's Theatre Factory return to Gosforth with the ever popular Apprenticed Actors Company.

This time, they present "How to Get a Baby" by Meghan Davies and Kevin Dyer.

Click for more details.  Tickets will be available on the door only.

 

Week beginning
Mon 6 Aug

GADS ever popular Summer Youth Workshop. For the enthusiasts aged from 8 to 18. To find out more about how the week works, see our daily accounts from previous years here.

 

Thu 9 Aug
Tue 14 Aug
7:30 pm

Autumn Play

In the Supper Room at the Public Hall, Gosforth. Come along to audition for a part, to volunteer for any supporting and off-stage roles, or just to find out more.

Performances are from Thu 18 to Sat 20 Oct 2018.

 

Thu 16 Aug
Tue 21 Aug
7:30 pm

Alice in
Wonderland


Performances are from Wed 23 to Sat 26 Jan 2019.

Panto auditions in the Supper Room at the Public Hall, Gosforth.
Come along to audition for a part, to volunteer for any supporting and off-stage roles, or just to find out more.

 

Fri 16 Nov
7:30 pm

Everyone Sang

Eggman and Moo Theatre in association with The Ashton Group's Theatre Factory present "Everyone Sang" by Adam Egginton.
Eggman and Moo is a brand new Cumbrian Company committed to bringing entertaining, stimulating and relevant professional new theatre to small venues.
It is set in 1925, so you would look the part in 1920s costume if you can.
Click for more details.  Tickets will be available on the door only.

 

GADS would like to thank these organisations for helping to fund our new stage lights and controls

 
 
 

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