Audition Notice – new members welcome!
A Slice of Saturday Night
Packed with 60s inspired songs this comedy/musical by The Heather Brothers, is set in a 1960s nightclub.
Pre audition meeting: 8pm Wednesday 15th July 2015
Auditions: 8pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015
Performance dates: 28 – 31 October 2015
Horfield Parish Hall, Wellington Hill, BS7 8ST
To get further information and to register your interest for roles on and/or off stage, please email: email@example.com
(This is an amateur production)
Many thanks to everyone who attended and was involved in making our latest concert on 28th June 2015 a singing success. We celebrated and sang a selection of songs from the musicals we’ve performed over the last 20 years of Horfield Theatre Companies history.
We raised £135.50 from a raffle, heads and tails collection and cake sales which will be donated to BRACE, a charity that funds research into Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
Horfield Theatre Company is 20 years old
To mark the occasion, the HTC Singers concert on 28 June 2015 will contain songs from musicals that we have performed during the last 20 years. From Godspell to Nunsense, we will provide ourselves and our audience with reminders of the shows they have enjoyed.
Doors open at 2pm, and the singing commences at 2:30pm
Tickets are on sale now for £5 which includes a cuppa and cake.
Click here to order online, call our box office on 0117 969 5716, or print off a booking form and return it by post with a cheque.
Join us as we listen to tales from the Knight, the Nuns’ Priest, the Wife of Bath and the Miller as the pilgrims liven up their journey to Canterbury with tales of lust, rivalry, conceit and more. You might even discover the secret of what women really want….
But be warned, in the words of Chaucer himself… “Those who are for high morals and good taste should be gone. Depart. Away. Make haste”…
The Canterbury Tales
By Geoffrey Chaucer
18 – 21 February 2015
Adapted for the stage by Mike Poulton
By arrangement with Nick Hern Books
Horfield Parish Church, Wellington Hill, Bristol, BS7 8ST
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Tickets are now on sale for our latest production, Stages of War.
29 October – 1 November 2014
Doors open 7pm, curtain up at 7:30pm
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Stages of War
By Lynn Brittney and Alan Marshall
29 October – 1 November 2014
In remembrance of the start of “the war to end all wars” one hundred years ago, HTC presents three one-act plays offering a glimpse into those dark times and the people from every walk of life who had no choice but to go to war.
The discovery of a mass grave for Australian soldiers killed at the battle of Fromelles and the work using contemporary science to identify them inspires a detective story in ‘Dig for the Diggers’. ‘Grandma’s Photograph’ looks at the war’s impact on family life and ‘After the Ball is Over’ takes us to the outset of the Great War and how people and relationships are changed forever. Even in the grandest of families.