We've got into a rhythmn with the Autumn programme. Tomorrow the coach trip to the white villages goes with a good number of passengers and next Tuesday we will have our final committee before the Christmas Bazaar on December 9th at the theatre. Ideas and anything we can use to raise funds are both equally welcome.
The theatre is in full swing too and it doesn't look as if it will have to close to get the final electric work done. 'Witness For The Prosecution' was a great success at the box office (and with four FOTA Committee members in the cast we hope it was a success in other ways. The audience seemed to enjoy it each night of its run). Now we look forward to Lizz Freeman's Christmas Cracker which is a mix of 'turns' and audience participation. These shows are always very popular and I am not sure which side of the curtains enjoys itself most. The panto comes next and that has an enormous cast of children and adults. Rehearsals are well under way and tickets were going well at the theatre this morning. This year it is 'Aladdin' . The script calls for some exotic locations but I can't imagine Peter Mitchell not being up to the task of making it magic.
FOTA memberships fall due in January and now is a good time to let us know what is going to make you renew your membership - or perish the thought what we are doing that means you won't renew!