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Showing posts from July 2008.

Be a part of ‘Auditorium’!

That’s right folks – there’s a part in ‘Auditorium’ which we have left un-cast and are looking for a different person to fill it every day! All you need is to be free the night of the performance (meet 8:30pm for briefing, show finishes 10:15pm). Then come along to our auditions that day and try […]

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Farewell to Buxton

Well, after ten sell-out shows, 400 audiences (plus 200 turned away), 40 spontaneous performers, one reviewer (and one superlative review!), three balls of string, about twenty trips to Conways Timber Merchants, four bouts of food poisoning and one very badly sprained ankle, it’s finally time for us to say goodbye and thank you very much […]

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‘Auditorium’ sold out!

Apologies to those of you who’ve been trying to see the show and not managed. We are now sold out for the remaining three nights. However, it is always worth trying to get returns. Simply call the Underground Venues phone on 07980 29 29 78 and we can add you to a returns list for […]

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“Imaginative, innovative, unique, intelligent….”

Forgive the quiet on the blog recently – but here’s a quick post with our latest review: Oh my goodness! This performance is amazing: it is imaginative, innovative, unique, intelligent and very funny. The whole cast was outstanding, extremely confident and above all made it an evening of fun and much laughter. I honestly can’t […]

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Another casting opportunity!

Just putting the word out for our buddies over at Metal Mouth Theatre, who are looking for an actress double-quick. The exciting new theatre ensemble – who make Three’s Company look like OAPs – are recasting a role in 90’s Kid, a play by Taio Rene-Lawson and Joel MacCormack (the latter being our brilliant assistant […]

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