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Welcome to Grange Drama
Like most clubs and societies in the country we had to stop our normal activities for the duration of the Coronavirus pandemic. We managed to continue our Play Readings and Committee Meetings using Zoom. With restrictions relaxed, however, we have begun to return to live activities.
Our next Production,
Autumn Production 2021
84 Charing Cross Road
a play by Helene Hanff (adapted for the stage by James Roose-Evans).
In Victoria Hall from Wednesday 3rd to Saturday 6th November 2021 at 7.30pm.
Director Carol Williamson
Ticketing details soon
Details of our 2022 programme will follow soon.
Our Play Reading meetings in Grange moved to Zoom whilst the pandemic restrictions continued. Following the Government decision on 19th July 2021 to relax these, we are returning to live readings at Grange Institute.
Our Next Play Reading
Confusions by Alan Ayckbourn
Led by Jim Robson
This will be read on:
Thursday 16th September 2021 at 7.30pm.
We will read two of the Confusions series;
Between Mouthfuls and
The reading will be in Grange Institute, Main St, G-o-S LA11 6DP
Social distancing measures will be used as required by the venue.
Come and join in. Read or just listen and enjoy the coffee
See what we did whilst using Zoom!
Previous Zoom Readings
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:
Amateur Theatre in our area:
Local shows are returning! Here is one in Kendal.
Kendal Community Theatre
The Threepenny Opera