Written and directed by Christine Woodhead
Our March/April production is now up and running the the cast are working hard in the freeezing cold Hut to make this a show to remember, show them your support! Tickets are now on sale so book soon to get the best seats.
Murder at the Music Hall
A murder mystery by Christine Woodhead
The time is 1912 and the audience is arriving at the less than illustrious Empire Theatre, in the outskirts of London. However, the evening’s entertainment of comedy, music and feats of illusion is about to be interrupted by tragedy.
Amongst the grease-paint and faded costumes, in the heated atmosphere of back-stage rivalries and artistic temperaments, there lurks a murderer. Are you able to help solve the crime? Can you spot the killer in the cast?
Come and test your powers of deduction and unmask the culprit! Our audience will sit around tables of eight and will be served a fish and chip supper during the interval. You'll have the opportunity to interrogate the characters to see who the murderer is before the play continues and the killer is unmasked.
Thursday 30th March, 8pm
Friday 31st March, 8pm
Saturday 1st April, 8pm
Click here to buy yours now, you can choose your table and pay with a card using our online box office. Tickets cost £12.
Please note, seating is unallocated in our Hall. Guests are invited to select which table they would like to sit at and then choose their seats at that table when they arrive on the night.
Warlingham Church Hall - click here for full address and directions
Doors open at 7:30pm, please don't plan to arrive before 7:30pm because we may still be setting up and will have to ask you to wait outside for safety reasons.
Seating is around tables of eight, please feel free to bring your own drinks and nibbles and a group of mates and make yourselves at home. Tea and coffee is available during the interval.
We have a ramp for disabled access, accessible toilets and a hearing loop available, our front of house team are happy to help when you arrive.
Article posted 1st February 2017.
After a hugely successful play reading and auditions, our March/April 2017 production Murder at the Music Hall written and directed by Christine Woodhead has been cast and rehearsals are underway. Congratulations to all those involved, especially our new members Jasmine and Andrew!
|Bert Farthing||Jez Burrows|
|Edith Farthing||Marian Harper|
|Oswald Thorndike||John Desbottes|
|Ariadne Montayne||Deborah Wyatt|
|Bella Delight||Jasmine Anderson|
|Marvo the Magnificent||Keith Harper|
|Hermia Hudson||Linda Harris|
|Ernie Farthing||Andrew Szymanski|
So now it all begins. If you're still hoping to be involved, be it backstage, in the gallery, at set build or with costume, props, front of house or any of the other jobs that need doing then please get in touch with Christine or any member of the Committee.
Tickets will be on sale very very soon so keep your eyes on your inboxes for details, but for now, put these dates in your diary:
Thursday 30th March
Friday 31st March
Saturday 1st April
And don't forget, all full members get an early bird discount on tickets!
Article posted 28th January 2017.
Founded in 1968, ATG is a friendly, successful amateur theatre company based in Warlingham, Surrey. We produce an average of three plays a year, ranging from comedy, to drama, to musicals. The emphasis is placed on variety, quality and, most of all, fun!
This site is designed to give a quick insight into what we have done, what we are doing, and what we plan to do in the future!