Auditions as groups team up for Scrooge!

PUBLISHED: 16:34 08 June 2018 | UPDATED: 16:34 08 June 2018

Manor Pavilion Theatre Sidmouth

Manor Pavilion Theatre Sidmouth

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Sidmouth Musical Theatre and Sidmouth Musical Comedy Society are already preparing for their joint Christmas production of Scrooge! - The Musical, which takes places at the Manor Pavilion Theatre from November 27 to the December 2.

Their last collaboration was the sell-out production of White Christmas in 2016.

Scrooge! – The Musical follows closely the story of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol and is based on the 1970 film starring Albert Finney.

Much of the music and more is used in the stage version created in 1992 with book, music and lyrics all written by Leslie Bricusse.

The role of Scrooge was created on stage by Anthony Newley and has since been played by Tommy Steele among others.

If anyone is interested in being involved in this fabulous musical they should come along to a ‘get-together’ on Monday, June 18, at 7.30pm at St Peter’s Church Hall, Sidford.

Auditions for principal parts (of which there are many – large and small) take place on Sunday, July 1, at 2pm at the same venue.

Some rehearsals will take place in July and August with full company rehearsals starting in September.

Some children will be needed and details about their auditions will be published separately.

We need a large cast for this production, so please come along on June 18 and find out more, or alternatively phone Nigel Broome (01395 576904) for more information.

Brian Rees


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