The Full Monty cast announced
Following some brilliant auditions, and some very tough decision-making, we've got our cast for The Full Monty! Take a look at who you can look forward to seeing on stage in September/October:
Jerry - Phil Doyle
Dave - Rob Malone
Malcolm - Adam Walker
Harold - Jason Thomas
Ethan - Sam Benton
Horse - Kob Yeboah
Keno - Serge Kluit
Nathan - Connor Mather
Georgie - Jamie Miller
Vicki - Angie Schultz
Pam - Lizzie Kempson
Jeanette - Gilly Low
Peter Beaven, Dan Bickerdike, Russell Bramley, Kate Chesworth, Sophie Herbert, Agi Letkiewicz, Lauren O'Mara, Gemma Miles, Aimee Parnell, Vicki Rice, Tara Stapley, Nino Stylianou
Well done to everyone who auditioned - and particular well done to all who've been cast. We can't wait to get started!
NODA 2015 award nominations
It’s that time of year again – the time when local amateur theatre societies get recognised for their outstanding productions over the past 12 months.
And we’re very pleased to let you know that, this year, we’ve been nominated for a marvellous three NODA Awards, all for our production of Parade:
- Best male character in a musical: Stephen Guilfoyle as Leo Frank
- Best female character in a musical: Katy Jackson as Lucille Frank
- Best musical: Parade
Well done to all involved for your nominations – and fingers crossed for a winning result on Sunday 28th June!
The Witches of Eastwick NODA review
We loved performing The Witches of Eastwick at the London Oratory back in February, and we had some fantastic audience feedback throughout the week. And it appears that our NODA reviewer enjoyed the show just as much as we did! Read the full review here, but in the meantime, here's one of our favourite bits:
"It really was a bright and lively piece, which sits up there with several previous Cygnets shows. The show's final number, 'Look at me', left me in tears - these three ladies were a true triumph and all equally impressive. The production line of outstanding productions continues apace. Congratulations to all involved."
Well done to everyone involved in putting on such a great show, and thank you again to all our audiences who came along to support us. Without you, we wouldn't have a society! Here's to lots of future successful productions!
|The Witches Of Eastwick NODA review||261 kB|
Coming in 2017: 9 to 5: The Musical!
Following its very recent release to amateur societies, we're really thrilled to be one of the first companies to secure the rights to perform the fabulous Dolly Parton penned show, 9 to 5: The Musical, at Putney Arts Theatre in the autumn of 2017!
Pushed to the boiling point by their boss, three female co-workers concoct a plan to get even in a man's world.
A brilliant show with loads of fantastic characters and big numbers, we're so excited to be adding this show to the upcoming Cygnet musical line-up!
Calendar of Events
Sat 27th June
Cygnet Fundraising Concert at St Barnabas Church
Sun 12th July
Cygnet Sports Day
An active twist on our usual summer picnic!
"It really was a bright and lively piece, which sits up there with several previous Cygnets shows."
"The show's final number, 'Look at me', left me in tears - these three ladies were a true triumph and all equally impressive."
"The production line of outstanding productions continues apace. Congratulations to all involved."
"The was an excellent production of a technically complex show, and should be considered a great achievement for this rapidly expanding company."
"Charlotte Donald, Helen Burgess-Bartlett and Rhian Roberts effectively owned the stage each time they appeared, ensuring all eyes were upon them, and playing off each other very effectively."
"From the moment the action started with the stirring “The Old Red Hills of Rome” and the individual voices of Nick Dore and Juan Miralles, I knew we were on for a winner."
“Stephen’s physicality [as Leo Frank] was excellent, never once dropping any ounce of character from this relatively insignificant individual yet he will never be forgotten.”
“Usually within a production there is at the very least the odd sub principal who is a bit wooden or tuneless but I can honestly say everyone on stage was enhancing the production not detracting from it.”
"The whole production was slick, well performed and of a very high standard."
"It was a fantastic show, I want to book another ticket and come see it to laugh all over again!"
Sardines Magazine Review
"The cast were very strong and executed well both script and score with much skill and aplomb."
"It is difficult to get the balance right with this show between the drama and the comedy/pantomime and I thought you achieved the balance pretty much perfectly."
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