Another week has flown by and what a week it was! Exhausting and fun in equal measure, we have been working hard on two of the biggest dance numbers in Act One – ‘Proper Gentlemen’ and ‘Money to Burn – part 2’.
The cast have well and truly dusted off their dance shoes and are on top form, pulling out all the stops to produce some impressive partner lifts, banjo dancing and upper class motor driving!
This week has been especially exciting as we can now announce that our tickets are live for purchasing!
We want everyone to come and see this fantastic show so book early to ensure you don’t miss out!
Who doesn’t love a garden party? We certainly do! And that’s been exactly the focus of this week’s rehearsals, piecing together the gorgeous and very classy musical number “If the Rain’s Got to Fall”. The number concludes the end of Act One of ‘Kipps: Half A Sixpence’ at a rather dramatic garden party, leaving Kipps in a bit of an awkward situation.
Enthusiasm has been at all time high this week. Everyone has put on their ‘posh’ faces and dancing shoes this week, creating this spectacular feast for the eyes. We’ve got lifts, we’ve got summer sports and we’ve got turning around a maypole – it’s been fantastic! I think everyone has truly embraced their ‘posh’ side.
It will be a true treat to see this number in its full glory with props and costumes. Do come along and join us! I’d hate for you to miss out.
Book tickets from 21st September! Available online or come and support our jumble sale at Patcham Methodist Church on 21st September.
The introduction night’s for the next show, Kipps: the new Half a Sixpence musical, will be the Thursday 25th and Friday 26th July 2019 at Patcham Methodist Church at 7:30pm, please come along if you are interested in joining this amazing show!
If you’re interested in coming along to the introduction evening, please either email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 07775546400 to let us know you’re interested in coming!
Following the sad news today that Doris Day has passed away, it makes Barnstormers performances this week of the stage adaptation of one of her most famous musical films “Calamity Jane” especially poignant.
We are proud and honoured to be paying tribute to a very talented and much loved musical performer.
Book your tickets to join us in celebrating the work of this wonderful lady, in Barnstormers’ production of Calamity Jane: https://www.barnstormers.org.uk/tickets