Company

Performed by The Luvvies at Ley Hill Memorial Hall 21st – 24th November 2012

The ambitious Luvvies’ production of the Stephen Sondheim musical comedy ‘Company’ received much acclaim from packed houses and as a result we were able to donate over £2,000 to several charities.

The Luvvies, supported by a superb technical team, all of whom give freely of their time and talent, continue to offer village community theatre at affordable prices (just £10 per ticket) and yet strangely the majority of the audience appeared to come from outside the village for this show and they all seemed to really love the production.

Our thanks to those who do continue to support us in any way eg by buying tickets or helping front of house. We are a non-elitist ego-friendly group of performers and welcome new talent, on and off stage, as a village community theatre. The Luvvies really appreciate the help with rehearsal space offered by both St George’s Church and Ley Hill Methodist Chapel.

A DATE FOR YOUR DIARY

Two evenings of ‘Bite Size’ supper plays and sketches in early May, promise to be great fun, along with the November production, the superbly funny Alan Ayckbourn comedy ‘A Chorus of Disapproval’, which has just been released for amateurs, after a stunning West End Run.

Tickets for our ‘Bite Size’ supper (and ‘A Chorus of Disapproval’) will be available from Paul & Sue Woodstock on  771840.

Paul Woodstock