Our next production is:
A Comedy/Drama to be staged at the Dolphins Hall, Tetbury
25-27 April 2019
Tickets available from 25th March. Details to follow.
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Our play for spring this year will be The Ghost Train written by Arnold Ridley, for those of you old enough - Private Godfrey from the television comedy Dad’s Army; it will take place at The Dolphins Hall and will run from 25 – 27 April 2019.
Our Director is Alex Ball and he is being ably assisted by Gwen Hobson. Alex has already worked out a time sheet for all the cast plus a session for each actor to work on the character they are playing so that it just comes naturally at all rehearsals and obviously each performance. Phillip Webb is back with us again, we have missed his quick wit and jokes, also Ian Smith – Ian has been responsible for the design and ordering of the wonderful banners that we have had for the last three productions; Ian always does so much behind the scenes, he has been part of Dolphins Dramatic Society since he was about seven years old. In those early years he used to help his Dad, Rob Smith, building and painting scenery, a job he is still heavily involved with.
From our last production, Beauty and the Beast, a thank you should have been extended to Derek Miles – he always does a lot of running around for The Dolphins but more especially for this last pantomime. He made numerous trips backwards and forward to the Goods Shed with props and costumes plus having his home turned upside down from all the cast trouping through to try on their costumes! Every inch of space in Derek and Jenny’s lounge and dining room was covered with costumes, material or props and on the dining table was Jenny’s sewing machine with Jenny busy sewing making any alterations where necessary; there was one spare seat and that was where Derek could sit if he wanted to watch the television! Thank you Derek from all the Dolphins, we do appreciate you and what you have to put up with.
It was a fantastic show!
Thanks go to Anne, our brilliant director and David Hudson; the one-man lighting, sound and stage setter-up-erer!
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