Rehearsals are underway for this year’s pantomime, Cinderella, which will be performed on Wednesday 7 March at St Michaels Community Centre.
Admission £1.50 which includes refreshments
Wednesday 7 March 2018
96, St.Michael’s Road, Bemerton, Salisbury, SP2 9LE
Email Sue Bailey to book your tickets
Elevate has commissioned Hoodwink to create a sequence of events that unfold around a patient, the ward and the hospital. With funding from Arts Council England and Salisbury Independent Hospital Trust, Hoodwink in Hospital is touring Salisbury District Hospital and 4 other hospitals with a one-to-one special experience for patients.
As part of the whole learning experience of creating immersive theatre work for hospitals, we would like to invite you to one of 2 seminars to experience a little of the Hoodwink in Hospital magic and learn more about how the Elevate programme has supported patients’ well-being and recovery over the last 5 years.
Tea and cake will be served part way through the seminar, in Elevate vintage tea party style.
Seminar dates: Tuesday 5th December or Thursday 7th December
Times: 1.30 – 4.30pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre, Education Centre, Level 5, Salisbury District Hospital, SP2 8BJ
These seminars are free, but booking is essential. To book please email or call 01722 336262 Ext 5613
Elevate brings live music, poetry, dancing, singing, theatre and vintage tea parties to the wards of Salisbury District Hospital 3 days a week, 52 weeks of the year.
Tall Tree Theatre combine compelling storytelling, live music and puppetry to tell this tall tale about stepping out of your comfort zone and saying yes to adventure!
Mr Middle has created a safe, predictable life of routine for himself and his loyal dog. Together they enjoy their evenings in and simple walks and Shackleton knows no different. Not one for surprises, Mr Middle keeps his world as small as possible but one day the garden gate is accidentally left ajar, which offers Shackleton the chance to look beyond what he has always known and forces his trepidatious owner into his own adventure in search of his beloved dog.
Performance – Tuesday 15 August 2017 at 2pm
Suitable for children aged 4+ years
PLUS! Create your own Shackleton puppet in a free drop-in session from 12noon – 1pm at Café Arts Centre.
Tickets: £7.50 | £6.50 concessions | £24 for family of 4
Members: £6.50 | £5.50 concessions | £20 family ticket for family members
A £1 transaction fee applies
Book online with Salisbury Arts Centre
Salisbury Playhouse are looking for young performers aged 12 – 17 to create two teams of 6 young company members. The role will primarily involve dancing and acting but you will be required to sing in the larger ensemble numbers.
This year’s auditions will take place on Saturday 15 July in the Community Room at Salisbury Playhouse.
For more information click here and to apply download and complete the application form and return by email.
The deadline for all applications is 5pm on Monday 10 July 2017.
Our Club were so proud last week when they got the opportunity to see Sebastian, Elliot, Henry and Thomas amongst the Stage 65 performance of Government Inspector, at Salisbury Playhouse.
You can see more photos on the Salisbury Playhouse facebook page.
Following a phenomenally successful tour of the UK & Ireland in 2015, The National Theatre’s internationally acclaimed production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time embarks on a second tour in 2017.
This innovative drama is based on Mark Haddon’s award-winning novel, and has been adapted for the stage by award-winning Playwright Simon Stephens and directed by Olivier and Tony Award®-winning Director Marianne Elliot. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is the winner of seven 2013 Olivier Awards and five 2015 Tony awards, including ‘Best Play’. This smash-hit new production continues to play to sold-out houses in London’s West End and on Broadway and will thrill new audiences on this much anticipated second tour of the UK & Ireland.
Christopher, fifteen years old, has an extraordinary brain – exceptional at maths while ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched and he distrusts strangers. When he falls under the suspicion of killing Mrs Shears’ dog, it takes him on a journey that upturns his world.
Performances between Monday 27 March and Saturday 1 April 2017. Tickets range from £20.50 to £37.50. Book here
Exeter House School students will be performing Stories from Nature on Tuesday 7 March at The Salberg, Salisbury Playhouse at 7pm. The performance lasts 45 minutes and tickets cost just £5. Click here to book.
This production has been generously supported by The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust.