NEWS, EVENTS,Calendar

LATEST RAFFLE NEWS
A new raffle was launched on December 6th which will be drawn on January 17th,2017 at our next find-raising lunch & play reading event,
the winner to choose between

 a bottle of French red wine (2013 vintage) 
or
 a Pamper Treat up to the value of £50 from Hannah Gregory. 

JOIN US ON FRIDAY EVENINGS!
You don't have to have any acting experience to join us.
If you'd like to to come along to see if it's for you, drop in, call or email us.
Open to unaccompanied young people from age 13, and adults, with no upper age limit.
Younger ages are welcome if accompanied by a parent or responsible sibling or adult.
We meet from 7.00 to 8.45
at the Mercia Fire Station Community Rooms on Lichfield Street, Tamworth.

  More details in Friday evenings at Mercia Fire Station  below the calendar.

SHOEBOX THEATRE - CALENDAR


Next Week! March 8th

posted 1 Mar 2017, 04:45 by shoebox theatre c.i.c.   [ updated 1 Mar 2017, 04:48 ]

Check out Latest News above for details. Performing as part of the TamworthLitFest on March 8th

March Fundraising Buffet Lunch & Play Reading

posted 9 Jan 2017, 14:37 by shoebox theatre c.i.c.   [ updated 1 Mar 2017, 04:37 ]

Tuesday March 14th, from 12.30pm at a private home in Tamworth. This is one of our regular fund-raising events which begins with an  informal  buffet lunch, in a small friendly group, followed by a relaxed play reading. This month it will be a comedy. If you fancy joining us email us for further details and to book: mail@shoeboxtheatre.co.uk   Minimum donation for lunch £3 per person.  

Shakespearean

posted 4 Nov 2016, 10:05 by shoebox theatre c.i.c.   [ updated 23 Nov 2016, 15:34 ]

 We performed to two audiences in November, one at St. Martin's, Stonydelph, and the other in town at St Editha's Community Hall. They seemed to enjoy themselves - we certainly did, and were pleased to raise funds to help us with our next project.  There's a flyer in our archive.


Friday evenings at Mercia Fire Station from 7pm

posted 22 Jul 2016, 06:09 by shoebox theatre c.i.c.   [ updated 9 Jan 2017, 14:23 ]

 The Tanner of Tamworth is in rehearsal  for performance in March 2017 as part of the TamLit Festival, and we are waiting to hear if a new project has been successful in raising a grant. More about this when we know. And we still have to find time to shoot the final scene of a short film Betrayal we've been working on.

Fund-raising event: Buffet Lunch & Playreading

posted 22 Jul 2016, 05:50 by shoebox theatre c.i.c.   [ updated 2 Dec 2016, 08:51 ]

 XMAS BUFFET & PLAYREADING will be on Wednesday 14th December

Lunch from 1.00pm, followed by a playreading which you can join in, or listen to, as you choose.  The play is a seasonal comedy.  This is a small, informal event in a private home in the centre of town. If you haven't been before, you will be made welcome. Ideal for those who would like an opportunity to meet new people, in a relaxed amosphere, and do something a little different: join in the reading, or be entertained as a listener. Minimum donation of £3.00 for lunch. Please book in advance  and let us know any dietary requirements. Contact details.

Untitled

posted 7 Jun 2016, 08:47 by shoebox theatre c.i.c.   [ updated 1 Mar 2017, 04:39 ]



Friday evenings at Mercia Fire Station

posted 6 Jun 2016, 06:10 by shoebox theatre c.i.c.   [ updated 24 Jul 2016, 08:47 ]

See latest post.

Shoebox at TameFest at Kingsbury Water Park, 28th May

posted 4 May 2016, 03:50 by shoebox theatre c.i.c.   [ updated 7 Jun 2016, 08:31 ]

We enjoyed performing St George and the Turkish Knight for TameFest in Kingsbury Water Park on Saturday, May 28th. We did the play twice, ran our craft stall and collected welcome donations to put towards our community work. 

19th May. Buffet lunch and playreading - fundraising event

posted 4 May 2016, 03:46 by shoebox theatre c.i.c.   [ updated 7 Jun 2016, 08:36 ]

BUFFET & PLAYREADING,Thursday 19th May
A small group enjoyed a relaxed lunch, followed by an informal reading of Inadmissable Evidence, by John Osborne, which turned out to be a tour de force for the reader of the principal role who tended to go on for pages at a time, and leaving some of the party wondering if their character would ever get to say anything again!



Lichfield Mysteries

posted 4 May 2016, 03:40 by shoebox theatre c.i.c.   [ updated 22 Jul 2016, 06:11 ]

Feedback and photos of the event are posted here. It was a great experience, and even the weather, which was a mixture of Sun, rain & hail, didn't keep the audience's away. Wade St Church was a welcome change from the Marketplace!

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