Only 54 days until curtain up on Norton Theatre Group’s production of Camelot. Rehearsals are going fabulously well, and it looks like it’s going to be another hilarious production, partly due to the wonderfully funny script by our very own Chris Bennion, but mainly down to the hugely talented cast we have this year. We are so happy that many of cast members from previous years are returning along with a number new faces. We cannot wait to show you around Camelot. It’s such a silly place.
Tickets to our next show are now on sale.
Camelot is the tale of the heroic King Arthur and his trusted knight Sir Lancelot and their quest to rid the kingdom of the evil Morgana. It would be a lot simpler if the other Knights of Camelot had not been struck down with food poisoning (Blame Lady Mabel for that). Now, King Arthur, Merlin and Lancelot must rebuild their forces … but who can they get?
Thursday 11th Jan – (7.15 pm) £6.50 / £4.50
Friday 12th Jan – (7.15 pm) £7.50 / £5.50
Saturday 13th Jan – (2.00 pm & 7.15pm) £8.00 / £6.50
Buy 5 tickets or more and get 10% off
Rehearsals are in full swing, the jokes are flowing like dragon snot from a bucket, the songs are sounding awesome and the costumes are looking great.
Tickets will soon be on sale so watch this space.
We have special deals for group bookings and family tickets. So get your friends, works colleagues and family together and come to Camelot.
Thursday 11th Jan (7.15 pm) £6.50 / £4.50
Friday 12th Jan (7.15 pm) £7.50 / £5.50
Saturday 13th Jan (2.00 pm & 7.15pm) £8.00 / £6.50
Tickets will be available soon On Line or through our wonderful Ticket Angel Christine. I bet you can’t wait!!
We are thrilled to announce that our 2018 pantomime production will be … Camelot. Or to to give it its full title (which may be a bit long for the posters) The Magnificent Seven Knights Of Camelot.
Join our hero King Arthur, his trusted knight Lancelot and the powerful magician Merlin as they prepare to defend the kingdom of Camelot from the evil Morgana. Things don’t go as they should and Arthur has to recruit some ‘interesting’ heroes to help him in his quest. Continue reading 2018 – Destination is … Camelot.
Fresh from his wonderful appearance in Peter Pan as the nasty(ish) pirate Mullins, Carl Ives and his fabulous wife Michelle kick off the new series of Couples Come Dine with Me on Channel 4.
I have just watched it and they were fantastic. Check it out and see how Carl responds to being called a Village Idiot, what he does to make his vegetables grow and hear some of his worst / best jokes, some of which might be used in next years panto script … or perhaps not.
The show which aired on Thursday this week can be seen on Channel 4 website at http://www.channel4.com/programmes/couples-come-dine-with-me/on-demand/61821-099
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On April 29th he’ll be gaming like a boss to help raise money and level-up Stand Up To Cancer’s life-saving research
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