Wick Players Open Night Celebrates New Premises
31st May 2006
Wick Player's chairman Drew MacLeod welcomed everyone to the open evening to celebrate the move into the premises at Moray Street after many years of working with only a small storage space. The new place provides workshops, rehearsal space, wardrobe space, small meeting rooms and lots of storage. Central heating has been installed making it an excellent facility for the group.
Photos From The Evening
Wick Players present Jack and the Beanstalk Tickets on sale 2nd December "Jack and the Beanstalk" is an English fairy tale. It appeared as "The Story of Jack Spriggins and the Enchanted Bean" in 1734 and as Benjamin Tabart's moralised "The History of Jack and the Bean-Stalk" in 1807.
Wick players Christmas pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk Wednesday 13th Thursday 14th Friday 15th and Saturday 16th (matinee) December 2017. Any organisations or groups ( more than 10) interesting in a block booking form can contact Allan Bruce on 07789555132..
Tickets go on sale soon for the pantomime from Wick Players.
Tuesday 2nd to Friday 5th Dec curtains up at 7:30 Saturday 6th Matinee curtains up at 2:30. Tickets available from The Flower Patch, River Street, Wick or at the door £6 flat seating and £8 Tiered seating.
Wick Players bring you a comedy that will make you laugh all the way to Christmas. Tuesday 11th - Friday 14th December.
Wick Players Christmas production of 'Family Fever' - another Sam Cree script Xmas play dates are Tues 11th December until Friday the 14th December. Tickets priced at eight pound fsor tiered seating and six pounds for normal.
Fifty four local actors are currently in rehearsal for Caithness's five entries into the Scottish Community Drama Association annual One Act Play Festival. The plays will be publicly adjudicated over the SCDA festival's two nights on 25th and 26th Feb, performing at Thurso High School 7pm What makes this year's festival unique is that each of the two nights performances will feature both youth and adult entries, providing audiences with a variety of entertainment, and insight from adjudicator, Ron Nichol.
This year sees a record entry for the Scottish Community Drama Association (SCDA) Highland Division with a total of six team entries from Halkirk, Wick and Thurso. Because of this interest the Festival will be held over two nights, Monday 5th and Tuesday 6th March.
Saturday 24th February sees the Scottish Community Drama Association's 75th District Adult Festival which takes place in The Assembly Rooms, Wick. With entries from both Wick Players and Thurso Players it's sure to make for an entertaining evening.
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