Watermans, Here We Come

 

This time next week (Sunday 26th) we will begin setting up the stage ready for the first performance of Dick Whittington, on Friday 1st December. Keep checking the countdown on the right.

The set is painted and ready ­- well almost.  There are always some last minute items to make and paint, this year will be no different. It’s been a challenge in the limited space of our new workshop.

Lines are learnt and the cast are well rehearsed and raring to go.

The costumes are stitched, pressed  and looking great, the complexities of not having the full wardrobe to hand when rehearsals are taking place has been overcome.

Props are made or sourced, from elaborate hats to pirate swords.

Music, sound and lighting is planned and ready to take its place in theatre.

It will be fantastic when all the elements finally come together in one space for the first time

It’s not too late to book tickets at the Watermans Box Office.

This time next week (Sunday 26th) we will begin setting up the stage ready for the first performance of Dick Whittington, on Friday 1st December.

The set is painted and ready ­- well almost.  There are always some last minute items to make and paint, this year will be no different. It’s been a challenge in the limited space of our new workshop.

Lines are learnt and the cast are well rehearsed and raring to go.

The costumes are stitched, pressed  and looking great, the complexities of not having the full wardrobe to hand when rehearsals are taking place has been overcome.

Props are made or sourced, from elaborate hats to pirate swords.

Music, sound and lighting is planned and ready to take its place in theatre.

It will be fantastic when all the elements finally come together in one space for the first time

It’s not too late to book tickets at the Watermans Box Office via the link below

Dick Whittington retold

 

Dick Whittington retold

Brentford Market Thanks

A huge thank-you to everyone who came to Brentford Market on Sunday to sing on top of the bus, to promote this years panto. Dick Whittington.  Tickets are on sale via the Watermans box office

Dick Whittington retold

 

The bus was kindly loaned by Adam Shailes, Adam is President of the Brentford Chamber of Commerce and MD of redroutemaster buses. Thanks to his team for organising and  to Julia Quilliam for the market space.

 

 

 

 

Dick Whittington – Performance Update

St Faith’s Players magnificent Pantomime – Dick Whittington will be performed at Watermans Brentford on Friday 1st December at 7.30pm, Saturday 2nd December at 2.30pm and at 7.30pm.

Due to unforeseen circumstances there will be no performance on Thursday 30th November.

Make sure you book your tickets in good time
Anyone who had previously booked for Thursday 30th please call Watermans for an exchange or refund.  
The box office number for all tickets is 020 82321010
St Faith’s Players – Brentford’s only local drama group – reg. Charity no: 1172639

Dick Whittington – Tickets on Sale Now

by Christine Ryan in 2008 and updated by Penny Vincent in 2017

A great traditional family panto presented by St Faith’s Players at the Watermans Theatre.

Be prepared to cheer on our handsome hero and his clever cat, Tom.  Boo and hiss at the evil scheming King Rat and laugh at the outrageous antics of Bertha the cook.

St Faith’s Players is Brentford’s only local theatre group and this year is celebrating its fortieth anniversary and is now a registered charity. Over this time many local people of all ages have taken part in a variety of productions.

We are always seeking new members and whether you would like to be on stage or help behind the scenes, you will be made very welcome.

When you book for a group of 10 you get one ticket free of charge – this is only available when you book through the Box Office.

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Dick Whittington – Casting Now

Casting is already underway, but it’s not too late to take part.  Come along to our next rehearsal on Sunday 10th September, 2.15pm – 4.45pm. At the Mission Hall Community Centre, Mission Square, TW8 0SD

We are extremely pleased to announce that we will have a new Director for this very special year – Alan Ward – he’s a `Brentford Boy’ who studied dance, drama and film and went on to a professional career in education.  He was the Director of the Celebration Theatre Company at St Paul’s and specialises in Musical Theatre.  At the Beck Theatre he directed the Heston & Isleworth Gang Shows with over 150 children and adults so he’s used to crowds!

There is something for everyone, from chaperoning the younger cast members, set painting and ticket sales to costumes and security, choreography and props, dramatic acting to slapstick comedy!  So please come along, we are anticipating an outstanding, exciting, colourful and professional production with opportunities for everyone to take part.

The performances will be at the Watermans Art Centre on
Thursday 30th November, Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd  December (matinée and evening)

Dress Rehearsal on Wednesday 29th November.

Rehearsals take place on Sunday afternoons and Wednesday evenings

Sundays -2:15pm – Mission Hall Community Centre, Mission Square, TW8 0SD
Wednesdays* – 7.30pm – Clifden Road Methodist Church, Clifden Road, TW8 0PB

*Evening rehearsals are generally for the senior cast members

 

 

Tickets on Sale Now for Murder at Rutherford House

St Faith’s Players present

MURDER AT RUTHERFORD HOUSE

A murder mystery evening.

Drinks reception at 7pm performance starts at 7:30pm

Ticket includes a complimentry drink on arrival and light snacks served throughout the evening. Wine and beer will be availale to purchase during the event.

Tickets available on line or via calling 07845 990953

Click here to book on-line (booking fee applies)

Box Office Call 07845 990953