Events

Event NameLocationEvent DetailsDateTimePrice
Present Laughter The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster This play has splendid casting opportunities. Essential to the performance is Gary Essendine, the part which Noel Coward wrote for himself, and who is on stage for just over half the play. It was originally written for someone in their early 40s, but Noel went on playing it until he was over 60. Main supporting parts are Liz, Garys discarded wife; Morris, his manager; Henry, his producer; and Joanna, Henrys wife who are all 30 to 50 (we may need to do a little mix and match on ages here). Household parts, who are very much in and out of the action are; Monica the austere secretary,30 to 50; Fred the valet, about the same; and Miss Erikson, originally written for a then fashionable Swedish housekeeper, whose age and accent, we will adapt as necessary. The two younger parts are Daphne, described in the script as a pretty girl of about 23; and Roland, an earnest young man. Lets say anything 18 to 28, with a little give or take. Finally, there is Lady Saltburn, a lovely posh part who wont see 40 again, but she is only on for 3 or 4 pages.. Tickets availble from Harrimans and from the warehousetheatre.org.uk.. Tickets available from Harrimans and from the warehousetheatre.org.uk. 26/06/2019 7.30pm Adults £10 with students and children £5
Present Laughter The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster This play has splendid casting opportunities. Essential to the performance is Gary Essendine, the part which Noel Coward wrote for himself, and who is on stage for just over half the play. It was originally written for someone in their early 40s, but Noel went on playing it until he was over 60. Main supporting parts are Liz, Garys discarded wife; Morris, his manager; Henry, his producer; and Joanna, Henrys wife who are all 30 to 50 (we may need to do a little mix and match on ages here). Household parts, who are very much in and out of the action are; Monica the austere secretary,30 to 50; Fred the valet, about the same; and Miss Erikson, originally written for a then fashionable Swedish housekeeper, whose age and accent, we will adapt as necessary. The two younger parts are Daphne, described in the script as a pretty girl of about 23; and Roland, an earnest young man. Lets say anything 18 to 28, with a little give or take. Finally, there is Lady Saltburn, a lovely posh part who wont see 40 again, but she is only on for 3 or 4 pages.. Tickets availble from Harrimans and from the warehousetheatre.org.uk.. Tickets available from Harrimans and from the warehousetheatre.org.uk. 27/06/2019 7.30pm Adults £10 with students and children £5
The Castalian Quartet Forde Abbey, Chard TA20 4LU The Castalian Quartet is among the rising stars on the international scene. Their schedule this year includes concerts in New York, Vienna, Brussels, Lucerne, London and Aldeburgh. Formed in Hamburg in 2011, of Finnish, French, Irish and British nationalities, the quartet was the overall winner of the Lyon International Chamber Music Competition. Their programme will be Beethoven Op. 18, No 6, Janaceks Kreutzer and Brahms Quartet in A minor. 27/06/2019 7.30pm £20
Open Day Hazelwell Lodge, Station Road, Ilminster Hazelwell Lodge would like to invite you all down to spend some time with us on 28th June for National Care Home Open Day 2019. We have an exciting day planned for our residents, staff and visitors, which we would love you to be a part of. From 10am - 3pm our doors will be open to everyone of all ages, to give information, share knowledge, have a look around our home & have an amazing day together. There will be plenty of tea & cake & an activity to suit everyone, we can't wait to see you! 28/06/2019 10am to 3pm Free
Summer Spectacular Wadham School, Crewkerne Somerset Community Choir and Ilminster Belles to provide an evening of musical variety with songs from The Greatest Showman, Mamma Mia, Queen and much more. Tickets from the Crewkerne Local Information Centre 01460 75928 of email infor@jonathandelbridge. com or call 07719187508 28/06/2019 7.30pm £6
Present Laughter The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster This play has splendid casting opportunities. Essential to the performance is Gary Essendine, the part which Noel Coward wrote for himself, and who is on stage for just over half the play. It was originally written for someone in their early 40s, but Noel went on playing it until he was over 60. Main supporting parts are Liz, Garys discarded wife; Morris, his manager; Henry, his producer; and Joanna, Henrys wife who are all 30 to 50 (we may need to do a little mix and match on ages here). Household parts, who are very much in and out of the action are; Monica the austere secretary,30 to 50; Fred the valet, about the same; and Miss Erikson, originally written for a then fashionable Swedish housekeeper, whose age and accent, we will adapt as necessary. The two younger parts are Daphne, described in the script as a pretty girl of about 23; and Roland, an earnest young man. Lets say anything 18 to 28, with a little give or take. Finally, there is Lady Saltburn, a lovely posh part who wont see 40 again, but she is only on for 3 or 4 pages.. Tickets availble from Harrimans and from the warehousetheatre.org.uk.. Tickets available from Harrimans and from the warehousetheatre.org.uk. 28/06/2019 7.30pm Adults £10 with students and children £5
Summer Party Hatch Beauchamp Village Hall Singer, Disco, Casino and 2 course buffet. Also cash bar and raffle on the night. Dress is Partyu Dress/Black Tie/Lounge Suit. To reserve tickets contact Vicky Devonshire on 07879 846473 or email devotw@gmail.com or contact Jill O'Connor on 07968 217132 or email jill@bluebellhelp.co.uk. All money raised to go to Hatch Beauchamp Village Hall. 28/06/2019 7pm £25 per person
Summer Fete Park Manor, Park, Donyatt BBQ, refreshments, trampoline, bouncy castle, tombola, cakes, books, plants and produce,crafts, games, bric-a-brac and raffle. For more information call Trisha 01460 249734. 29/06/2019 2pm to 5pm Not available
Madrigals to Mozart St John's Church, Staplegrove TA2 6EJ Choral music by the Phoenix Singers from Madrigals to Mozart, on the theme of birds.Refreshments available. Tickets available from https://www.thephoenixsingers.co.uk, Taunton Visitor Centre 01823 340 470 or Tesg Langford on 01823 432 704. 29/06/2019 7.30pm to 9.30pm £12.50
Present Laughter The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster This play has splendid casting opportunities. Essential to the performance is Gary Essendine, the part which Noel Coward wrote for himself, and who is on stage for just over half the play. It was originally written for someone in their early 40s, but Noel went on playing it until he was over 60. Main supporting parts are Liz, Garys discarded wife; Morris, his manager; Henry, his producer; and Joanna, Henrys wife who are all 30 to 50 (we may need to do a little mix and match on ages here). Household parts, who are very much in and out of the action are; Monica the austere secretary,30 to 50; Fred the valet, about the same; and Miss Erikson, originally written for a then fashionable Swedish housekeeper, whose age and accent, we will adapt as necessary. The two younger parts are Daphne, described in the script as a pretty girl of about 23; and Roland, an earnest young man. Lets say anything 18 to 28, with a little give or take. Finally, there is Lady Saltburn, a lovely posh part who wont see 40 again, but she is only on for 3 or 4 pages.. Tickets available from Harrimans and from the warehousetheatre.org.uk. 29/06/2019 TBA Adults £10 with students and children £5
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