We are pleased to announce that our next celebrity luncheon will be on Wednesday January 10th at 12 for 12.30 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Nottingham.
Our guest will be the lighting designer Mark Pritchard.
Mark has lit more than 40 productions in the West End. He has extensive experience lighting opera and ballet productions world wide. Mark has also lit productions for companies throughout the UK, from the RSC and the Pitlochry Festival Theatre (eight seasons) to our own Nottingham Playhouse.
As well as talking about the trials and tribulations of lighting design, he has a wealth of anecdotes about the great, the good and the maybe very interesting!
I hope you all had a good summer break and know that already you have started on your 2017/18 season. Similarly it is time to start getting in your entries for the new
Play of the Year Competition.
The last one brought us 21 entries so it is still a popular competition. Don't forget though that the adjudication and your improvement is as important as winning trophies.
Based in the East Midlands, UK, this voluntary association
of amateur dramatic societies exists to promote all aspects
of theatre arts, to foster progressive standards and
to provide a basis for mutual assistance, with involvement and members in
Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire as well as Nottinghamshire.
We have been operating in Nottingham for over 50 years.
We run festivals and workshops, and
maintain a calendar of members productions and other activities.
If you are interested in Amateur Theatre and
would like to act, paint scenery or play with lights and sound effects
then have a look at some of our
see which groups are near you and look in the
Go along to have a look at what they do.
Tell them you found them in Nanda