Outgoing Mayor of Congleton Sally Holland chose Congleton Amateur Youth Theatre as one of the youth charities she supported in December 2014. Here is Sally handing over a cheque for £400 to our Chairman, Sue Beech. The money will provide much-needed supplies to help with costumes, lighting and set creation for our productions at the Daneside Theatre, giving young people in the area the chance to perform in professional-quality stage shows to entertain the people of Congleton. Thank you!
Of particular note was the performance of Ella Beaumont as Alice… but it was as much an ensemble piece as one for individual performances and the cast as a whole worked together well to make this an enjoyable performance…The set builders also deserve praise. The set was cleanly designed and simple but worked effectively to convery the bizarre scenarios in which Alice finds herself.
Andrew Lloyd Webber replied to a tweet we sent him with a picture of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The message read “What a wonderful picture of the cast! We hope your run of @JosephMusical is going really well!”
The Radio 2 Elaine Paige Show featured our production of ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in their ‘Break a Leg’ slot on 10th November 2013. You can listen here:
Beartown Radio interviewed some members of the Treasure Island cast, fresh from the final night. You can hear the interview on the Music & Sounds page.
Three of our actors have won first prize at the North West NODA awards on 4th May 2013!
Congratulations, Harry Jones (Best Leading Male Actor), Sophie Buxton (Best Leading Female Actor) and Joe Pearce (Best Supporting Male Actor). All three won due to their wonderful performances in The Tempest in 2012.
From left to right: Harry Jones, Sophie Buxton, Joe Pearce
The Tempest was directed by Jen Matthews and Dee Melia.