SADS performs A Chorus of Disapproval at Manor Pavilion Theatre
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Audiences flocked to the Manor Pavilion Theatre to see Sidmouth Amateur Dramatic Society (SADS) perform A Chorus of Disapproval.
The show ran from Wednesday, October 12 to Saturday, October 15.
A strong local cast of 18, under the expert direction of Cherine Hill, featured the wonderful singing and acting of Adam Owen-Jones, the comedy of Sandria Stewart and the pathos that Karen MacGarvey brought to her role as Hannah.
John Nelson was the lead as Dafydd ap Llewellyn, the director of the Pendon Amateur Light Operatic Society.
John Griswold was Mr Ames and the impressive list also inlcuded Leigh Steedman, Dave Ballinger and many more.
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A Chorus of Disapproval is Alan Ayckbourn’s hilarious and well-observed take on the world of amateur operatics.
The story follows Guy, a recent widower, who joins the cast of the Pendon Amateur Light Operatic
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Society (PALOS) to make new friends. He encounters a mad cap Welsh director, wife swapping, dodgy business deals and romantic interludes.
The rehearsals progress, with some of the fine songs and music from The Beggar’s Opera, interlinked with the lives of the PALOS members, until the conclusion of the play with their opening performance.