“Allo Allo” has now been cast and rehearsals are underway. Tickets go on sale on 1st April.
Auditions for our next production, “Allo, Allo” will take place on Tuesday 26th and Thursday 28th February at 8pm in the Jubilee Hall. If you would like to be considered but can’t make either of these dates then please get in touch with us.
Please also get in touch if you would like to help out in any way.
Tickets are now on sale for “Who Killed The Secret Agent”. Book online or tickets are now available from Blankson’s , 2, Hartley Mews, High Street, Hartley Wintney (opposite The Lamb).
Ah, Moult-Lightly, I’ve been expecting you!’… A 1960’s themed Bond-spoof-murder-mystery that’s guaranteed to leave you both shaken and stirred!
‘Who Killed the Secret Agent?’ contains all the ingredients of James Bond’s early film outings… the glamour, the gadgets and the gaffes. It takes place in 1961 inside the HQ of the British secret service in London. With the Space Race hotting up, both America and Britain are preparing to send their top agents over to Moscow in a bid to infiltrate the Russian’s cosmonaut programme. Enter the darling of the British secret service, Marcus Moult-Lightly! Agent Double O-M-G is daring, charismatic and handsome, yet completely lacking in all tact and modesty. His previous mission has been a shambles and past mistakes hover over him like a ‘Spectre’.
This will be our February play and has now been cast. If you would like to help out in any way please get in touch. firstname.lastname@example.org
Read through’/ auditions for our February Murder Mystery play “Panto Can Be Murder” will take place on Weds 12th & 19th September.
8.30 Edward Hall, Victoria Halls,
This murder mystery farce is going to be a lot of fun, so please come and join in.
12th, 13th, 18th, 19th, 20th October 2018, Victoria Hall Hartley WIntney
Tickets £16 per person including fish and chip supper.
AFTER THE FLAGS AND BANDS
ANNIE – Gill Richardson
LIZZY – Sarah Lee
OLIVE – Erin Christy
EDITH – Becky Wilson
LIONS AND DONKEYS
SCHMITT – Bill Hansell
ATKINS – James Kingham
RAWLINGS – Jim Goodman
HARGREAVES – Gerry Mills
HOW THE VOTE WAS WON
HORACE – Bill Hansell
ETHEL – Becky Wilson
WINFRED – Sarah Lee
AGATHA – Sue Molyneux
MOLLY – Fliss Crump
Mme CHRISTINE – Erin Christy
MAUDIE – Jacquie Taylor
LIZZIE – Anotonia Demetriadi
LILY – Paola Burgess
GERALD – Brian Drew
We will be rehearsing Tues and Thurs 8-10pm in the Jubilee Hall so please do pop down to see us. If you can help backstage in anyway please contact Helen Lewis or Lesley Parish.
Thank you everyone for your continued support of Hartley Arts Group and remember, we need you all, in any small way to ensure this production is a successful tribute to important people and events of our past.
Helen and Lesley P
Hartley Arts Group are holding auditions for our autumn production – Celebrating Centenaries! A programme of short plays and music celebrating one hundred years since the end of WW1, Women’s Suffrage and other events marking their centenaries. Auditions will be held on 26th and 28th June, 8.00 p.m, Jubilee Hall, Hartley Wintney. Lots of parts for men and women of all ages. See you there!
Tickets for Daisy Pulls it Off are £16 (which includes a fish & chips meal) and they can be purchased from www.ticketsource.co.uk/hag
Please come along to our auditions for the next play Daisy Pulls it Off. The auditions are at 8pm on 20th February at the Jubilee Hall, Hartley Wintney. We are also holding auditions on the 22nd at 8pm. A super mixture of parts for all. Please express your interest with our director Lesley Nicholls. The show dates are end of May and beginning of June. Be great to see you.
Daisy Meredith, the new girl, is the first scholarship student to attend the Grangewood School for Girls. The privileged students are determined to make Daisy look bad in the eyes of the administration. The administration has its own problems, financial ones. Daisy wins over her chums and saves the school when she cracks a secret code, finds a treasure and saves the life of her chief nemesis all on the same night! A long running success in London’s West End, this inventive spoof of English school girl adventure novels delights its audiences.
Ticket price of £16 includes ‘cricket tea’ … a sumptuous spread of sandwiches and cakes. Reasonably priced bar. A great night out!
Roger is having trouble getting a team together for the afternoons fixture against the British Railways Maintenance Division Yeading East but this proves to be the least of anyone’s worries. Bob is having marriage trouble as he is still doing odd jobs for his ex-wife behind his current wife Ginnie’s back. Dennis is also having marital trouble as his wife seems intent on moving house despite the fact they only moved recently. When he finally puts his foot down she sets fire to his new car. Kevin is trying to fight off his over affectionate wife Maggie while at the same time nurse his injured spinning finger and Alex’s new girlfriend ends up shutting herself in the toilets having hysterics. Even Roger’s seemingly perfect marriage to Miriam hits the skids when she discovers he was playing away from home in more ways than one on a trip to Dorking last year. Just when it seems things can’t get any worse for them, it starts to rain.