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Welcome to Grange Drama
Like most clubs and societies in the country we have had to stop our normal activities for the duration of the Coronavirus pandemic.
We are testing zoom as a means of doing play readings.
Here is our first test piece, "The Lion and Albert" by Marriot Edgar. Read by Jim Robson.



And our second, "The Proposal" by Anton Chekhov
The Players are, Steve Rowlinson, Mary Rowlinson and Jim Robson. Production, Bob Somerset.



Recent Photos


Howard as Richard and Sue as Clara
Next Productions
Our next Production,

Summer Production
We have postponed our production of
The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society Murder Mystery

We dare to hope for productions in November 2021 and May 2022 but The new date will be announced when Government plans and common sense dictates.

Further details of the remainder of our 2021 programme will follow soon.

Zoom Corner

Our Play Reading meetings in Grange have moved to Zoom whilst the pandemic continues.
Our next Zoom meeting

Our next Zoom play readings are
Gamblemire's BIGGER Bay Tale by Steve Rowlinson
This will be read on:
Thursday 17th June 2021 at 7.30pm.

Inspired by Cumbria and Border folk stories and landscape, this is a meandering tale, reflecting the character and history of Cumbria’s rivers and becks. Originally performed and well received as a short play by Brewery Youth Arts as part of the Kendal Yarns Play Festival in 2016, it grew to become a full 45 minutes production under the direction of the Brewery’s Tricia Gordon as part of the BYA’s showcase in 2018 .

If you wish to join us, either to read or to listen, email our team at
Grange Drama Postmaster and request an invitation to the Zoom Meeting for the play.


See what we've done on Zoom so far!
Previous Zoom Readings

Events

Radio Plays

In February 2019 we began recording Radio Plays. We started with two plays which were originally part of the Street Theatre that was Kendal Yarns in the summer of 2016.

Radio plays had some advantages for the society:
They allowed us to create a production with very little overhead, either of time or of money.
They gave a Drama opportunity to those who had less time to commit or who could no longer remember lines.
They gave us new skills both in production and performance.

2020 Radio Plays
Something Different' and 'The Wigan Train' both penned by Lancaster based, John Martin.
On 6th February 2020 at Victoria Hall, Bob Somerset stage managed the recordings assisted by directors Deborah Powell and Jim Robson.

Listen to our recordings thus far:
Radio Plays
Upcoming Shows
Amateur Theatre in our area:

Local shows are returning! Here are a couple.

Ulverston Outsiders
Love Letters

Lancaster Footlights
"Last Tango in Little Grimley" and "The Fat Lady sings in Little Grimley"

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