Social Evening Play Readings

Wed 19th April 8-10pm, Edward Hall, Hartley Wintney Don’t forget to put this date in your calendar now. We would like to see as many of you as possible. Old friends and new ones too – all welcome. Outside Edge and Northanger Abbey are the 2 plays shortlisted for our October production. Which one will it be?? Come along to help us decide!

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The Results are in!

Thank you to everyone who voted. It was a very close finish and so we will be reading excerpts from the 2 most popular plays as voted for by you.
OUTSIDE EDGE by Richard Harris and NORTHANGER ABBEY by Jane Austen, adapted by Matthew Francis.

Put the date in your diary now – Wed 19th April 8pm. Edward Hall, Hartley Wintney.
Please come along and help us to decide which one will be our October production. Whether you want to act, direct, design set, paint set, operate sound or lighting, make costumes, collect props, help front of house or stage manage – WE NEED ALL OF YOU.

EVERYONE WELCOME – members and non members alike.
Committee members will be there to answer any questions you have about your membership/ how to join/ how to renew or indeed anything else you can think of! So let’s get together and have some fun!

MAKE YOUR MEMBERSHIP MATTER.

Well, lookee here…

First rehearsal for our next production, STEEL MAGNOLIAS, began with a round-table read through of the script. The cast assembled for this production are (clockwise from top left): Annelle (Julie MacDonald), Claire (Margot Konitzer), Truvy (Helen Lewis), Ouiser (Gill Richardson), Shelby (Cat Brazier) and (not shown) M’Lynn (Jo Long). Tickets are available now: www.ticketsource.co.uk/hag

Steel Magnolias

In May we proudly present the comedy-drama by Robert Harling, STEEL MAGNOLIAS.

STEEL MAGNOLIAS is a very funny, often touching and ultimately heart-breaking story about six women who assemble on a weekly basis to primp themselves up, dine on the latest gossip and talk about the men in their lives.

Truvy, a feisty, electric personality owns a beauty shop in Louisiana. It’s from here that the daily comedies and tragedies of her clients is played out. Shelby is a diabetic and getting married to a rich southern hunk of a lawyer. Her mother M’Lynn is bossy, but caring. M’Lynn’s friends include a cast of colourful and dynamic southern women of a multitude of ages and views. Through the views of these different women we see love, apathy, pain, loss, secrecy and a desperate attempt at living a life of happiness. Dreams built and burnt, the power of hope, the love between a mother and her child and the bond that can be so unbreakable between true friends. Their strengths will be sorely tried, their wit often stretched thin and their hearts broken.

A play for all times but especially relevant these days when we live in an era when “nasty woman” is a political rallying cry. The bond between women in Harling’s play is never better.

May 12, 13, 18, 19, 20 at 7:45pm at The Victoria Hall, Hartley Wintney.

Tickets are £16 and include a fish & chips meal. Licensed bar. www.ticketsource.co.uk/hag

Our Christmas Show!

Thank you to everyone who came to see Joking Apart, we greatly appreciate your support. Up next is our very popular Christmas Show – Christmas Collection, which bring all parts of HAG together (HAG, HAG Rocks! and HAG Young Stars) for a festive celebration. Don’t miss this feel-good show. Tickets are just £16 and include a fish & chips meal.  And no booking fee!!. www.ticketsource.co.uk/hag
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A collection of performances from all three areas Hartley Arts Group:  Young Stars, HAG Rocks and its traditional theatre group.

Hag Rocks! Choir will be presenting their usual mix of songs old and new, with a seasonal flavour to the second half. Join in with our traditional Carols, and our popular rousing finale. The perfect start to your own celebrations!

Young Stars presents an abridged rhyming version of Snow White.