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Calling all musicians, actors and dancers

Calling all musicians, actors and dancers

The Surrey Performing Arts Library, located at the Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking, holds the county’s vast collection of music, stage and screen material for all ages, including: Books, plays and scripts, CDs & DVDs , Music scores , Instrument and vocal tutors, Music & drama sets for groups, and much more … For amateur(…)

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Review – West End to Broadway – Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

Review – West End to Broadway – Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

  Over the last 30 years Eastbourne’s premier amateur theatre group, The Rattonians, have staged some very ambitious, and successful, productions and, for their 30th anniversary production, they have taken selections from a large number of those shows and put them together in one enormous musical spectacular. Now, you may be thinking, “Not another songs-from-the-shows(…)

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Gilbert & Sullivan For All

The Eastbourne Gilbert and Sullivan Society have made a loss on their last production ‘The Pirates of Penzance’ at the Devonshire Park Theatre in May of this year. Playing in the same week at the Congress Theatre was ‘Fiddler on the Roof’.   Needless to say the Society suffered and was unable to maintain the(…)

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What happens When Your Number is Up?

What happens When Your Number is Up? ‘I want to be number one.’ said One. ‘But you are.’ Said two, ‘and I am your number two.’ Three is going to feel odd and four will be even. One said, ‘I can be divisible by three and four.’ ‘You’ve got One over me.’ Said Two, ‘I(…)

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Let Not My Blood on Field Stain

Let Not My Blood on Field Stain Lightning has struck the stricken heart, the earth has cracked its crust. The troubled spirit has fallen apart, broken souls have turned to dust. The minds of men have been truly tested, when precious moments are stored inside. Anguished nerves have barely crested, the torment that follows is(…)

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