SADS’ naked ambition for Calendar Girls show
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SIDMOUTH Amateur Dramatic Society (SADS) have a naked ambition for the show to be a hit with audiences – and boost a charity.
Tickets for the production, directed by Joan Heard, went on sale on Friday, August 16.
Members of a 14-strong cast in rehearsal for a five night stint at the Manor Pavilion Theatre from October 1 to 5.
Calendar Girls is only on release to amateur companies until February 14, 2014 - and there is a nationwide challenge to get into the Guinness Book of Records with a number of performances of a play in a calendar year.
The SADS show promises to be funny, poignant and entertaining.
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It is based on the true story of six extraordinary women from an ordinary Yorkshire WI who set out to raise money for a sofa for their local hospital and to date have raised more than £3million for leukaemia and lymphoma research.
SADS will be making a donation to Exeter Leukaemia Fund.
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Tickets (£10 or £5 for under 16s) are available from the Manor Pavilion Box Office.