By Haddenham Webteam - 21st September 2017 9:30am
The Haddenham Players are planning a very busy schedule in the next few months!
Auditions: Friday 6th October
Auditions are being held by Haddenham Players for their production of 'The Vicar Of Dibley' — a stage play by Rebecca Taylor and Nina Gregory.
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The production will be presented from 13th to 15th April 2018 (including Saturday/Sunday matineés) at Haddenham Village Hall.
Auditions will take place from 7.00 pm on Friday 6th October at St Mary's Centre. For more information and an audition pack, contact Rebecca Taylor on 07713 708667 or email@example.com
Live Event: Saturday 7th October
The Haddenham Players are presenting
'1 Night Standing' — A Variety Show!
in Haddenham Village Hall on Saturday 7th October.
Doors open at 7.00pm.
Tickets: £6 Adults £4 Concessions.
Cash bar on the night but please feel free to bring your own nibbles.
Auditions: Saturday 14th October
Auditions are being held by Haddenham Players for their production of 'Robin Hood & The babes in the Wood' — a pantomime by Ben Crocker, which will be presented in the village hall on 12th, 13th & 14th January with weekend Matinees.
Auditions will be held on Saturday 14th October 13.00 — 15.00 in the Scout & Guide Centre Hut (by the village hall). All leading roles, on stage and off-stage support.
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