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Based in Forest Hill, south-east London, this friendly Amateur Dramatic Society, formed in 1934, produces two full length productions every year. And lots more besides...
On 28 January we're having a play reading. Current suggestions include 'Rope' by Patrick Hamilton (of which Hitchcock made a film version) and Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible', about the Salem witch trials. It'll most likely be at our favourite local, the Honor Oak pub from 8pm. Everyone is welcome to come along, no experience necessary!
Auditions for our Spring production are in February. Full details will be emailed to everyone on our list - so get on it!
In March we'll produce a mini show. They feature monologues, readings, storytelling, short secenes, improvisation - and whatever you can dream up! Let us know if you want to perform.
We'll have another reading in April to keep us interested while rehearsals for the show are going on...
And the Spring production is on 28-30 May!
If you're interested in taking part in any of the above or want any more information, feel free to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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