Pantomime!


Some in the Wing Village Community are planning to resurrect the ancient tradition of putting on a Pantomime in January or February 2017!  We are in the early stages of planning but the current candidates are :

What we need is some volunteers now. We will call an initial meeting in the Village Hall in the next few weeks but meanwhile there is a conversation on the Wing Community Group Facebook page for you to volunteer.
For those who don’t use and/or want to use Facebook you can contact me John Oakley john@wingonline.com 01572 737761 .
We already have volunteers from the US, Canada and Australia to take part via Skype.

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  1. Hello I am chairman of Arts for Rutland and wondered if you would be kind enough to pass this opportunity onto your contacts.

    Calling all actors and crew The Rutlanders Return is a newly written play about life in rural Rutland after the end of WW1. It is being professionally directed by Martin Berry, musically directed by Matt Marks and stage managed by Graham Ellstone. The play is being written by Andy Barrett from Nottingham and we need cast and crew.
    The project has been funded by the Heritage Lottery, Oakham Town Council, Uppingham Town Council and Rutland WW1 committee. The material for the script has been researched by group of local historians and is being transformed into a dramatic performance with music.
    A great chance to learn from the professional team. Please come along to Oakham Scout Hut Grampian way Oakham on September 2nd at 11.30am or see A4R.org.uk for more information. Performances 25th to 28th October in Oakham, Uppingham, Kendrew Barracks, Cottesmore and South Luffenham.
    Contact joy.everitt@gmail.com for more details

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