Toad of Toad Hall

25th - 27th July 2019

Bingham Methodist Church
Union Street,
Bingham,
Nottingham
NG13 8AE

Amateur Dramatics Nottingham

Bingham Musical Theatre Company was founded in 1957. We rehearse at the Radcliffe-on-Trent British Legion every Thursday evening and nearer to the show hold additional rehearsals in various other local venues. We are a small, friendly amateur group that welcomes people to join!

Come and join us!

Lindsey Parr

Secretary

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What People Are Saying About us

Fun for all the family...

With the tools, props and scenery that the Bingham Musical Theatre Company had at their disposal, they turned out a wonderfully entertaining show for all the family.

- Kev Castle, NHR

Every single member of the audience had a great time!

I thoroughly enjoyed your production. You couldn’t help but get swept up in the warmth and good humour of it all. There was no doubt every single member of the audience had a great time, and... that’s who you do it for.

- Jane Herring, NANDA (nanda.org.uk)

I've seen several productions by BMTC and have enjoyed every one of them. A very talented and entertaining group of people.

I confess I'm not a great fan of panto, but this was a good instance of it!

You've got some absolute stars in the show, and I was particularly wowed by the Performances of Cinderella, The Prince, and Dandini!

Great humour, fabulous singers and dancers and all round entertainment.

It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening, the acting and singing were great and I enjoyed every minute of the show!

We are always welcoming new members on or off stage to our family-friendly group of people, with an active social calendar. Come along and join us!

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Hi is there any males who would be interested in doing this?

Feargus The Musical is at Nottingham Arts Theatre on Friday 8th November (7.30pm) and Saturday 9th November 2019 (2.30pm & 7.30pm).
The production focuses on the story of 19th century politician and charismatic leader Feargus O’Connor, M.P. for Nottingham and leader of the Chartists, Britain’s first national political working-class
movement. His tale is told through the eyes and love lives of four university students in Nottingham today.
It features 19 original songs, a live band & a host of exciting characters!
Visual summary attached.

We’re looking for someone to play Chartist James Grassby in this year’s production. Maybe 15 lines of dialogue + chorus singing + some time on stage. Ideal for anyone 18-whatever! If anyone in WB operatic Society interested, please contact

Brian Lund
07445 814407
brian.lund.keyworth@gmail.com

Please contact Brian
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