Community theatre group appeals for more members in Sidmouth

PUBLISHED: 06:30 04 February 2018

Sid Vale Community Productions is appealing for more members. Photo by Kyle Baker.

Sid Vale Community Productions is appealing for more members. Photo by Kyle Baker.


A group that brings community theatre to the public in Sidmouth is appealing for new members.

Sid Vale Community Productions (SVCP) member Alexa Baker said: “You may have seen George battling with a fire-breathing dragon and rescuing damsels in distress last March outside The Anchor and thought ‘I’d like to join that friendly, energetic bunch’.

“You may have seen that scallywag Jack Rattenbury and his smuggling friends at Sea Fest last year, and thought ‘I can do that’. Well, here’s your chance.

“We are looking for new recruits as we have some exciting fun and serious productions this year.”

SVCP will celebrate St George’s Day on April 22, entertain the audiences at Sea Fest in May and at FolkWeek in August.

In November they will relive the lives of two local families during World War One in A Painful Duty.

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