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a musical thriller


Attend the tale of Sweeney Todd His skin was pale and his eye was odd He shaved the faces of gentlemen who never thereafter were heard of again He trod a path that few have trod did Sweeney Todd the demon barber of fleet street He kept a shop in London town Of fancy clients and good renown and what if none of their souls were saved they went to their maker Impeccably shaved By Sweeney by Sweeney Todd the demon barber of fleet street


music & lyrics by stephen sondheim book by hugh wheeler from an adaptation by christopher bond originally directed by harold prince originally produced on broadway by richard barr, charles woodward, robert fryer, mary lea johnson, martin richards in association with dean & judy manos

to the Little Theatre Company’s production of “Sweeney Todd”. Welcome Once again, we have broken new ground and chosen a show that we have never done before. Those of you who are familiar with Stephen Sondheim’s work will know what wonderful music he writes. This is probably his most powerful piece, with his music graphically describing the melodramatic story of the Demon Barber of Fleet Street. The stage show was an amazing success some years ago at Drury Lane – with Sheila Hancock and Dennis Quilley – and on Broadway with Angela Lansbury. It was recently revived to much acclaim as a film, directed by Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham-Carter. This version was extremely “dark” in every sense of the word. You will find the stage show much funnier – yes, amid all the grimness and blood-letting you will (hopefully) find yourself laughing from time to time! The preparations for Sweeney Todd have been really good for us as we have been stretched and challenged by Sondheim’s technically difficult score – a far cry from our recent shows “Summer Holiday”, “Oklahoma” and “Copacabana”. As regards our next show, Monty Python used to start with the words, “And now for something completely different...” Well, we are delighted to tell you that we will again be presenting something completely different – the Essex amateur premiere of “Buddy” (the Buddy Holly story) in this wonderful theatre in October. I do hope you will join us again for that. So, I hesitate to use the word “enjoy” with all the blood that is about to be spilt! However, I hope that you will have a good evening and savour this fabulous musical as a truly memorable theatrical experience.

Sally Lightfoot - Chairman

this amateur production is presented by arrangement with josef weinberger ltd. on behalf of music theatre international of new york


synopsis In this classic Victorian melodrama, Benjamin Barker returns to Fleet Street in search of his wife and daughter, having been exiled to Australia under false charges by the Great Judge Turpin. Resuming his profession as a Barber, Barker recreates himself as Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. He is aided in his bloody activities by Mrs. Lovett who runs an ailing Pie Shop.

musical numbers Prelude Prologue: The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Part I)......................................................... Todd & Company

Act I No Place Like London......................................................................... Anthony, Todd, Beggar Woman The Worst Pies In London............................................................................................. Mrs. Lovett Poor Thing................................................................................................................ Mrs. Lovett My Friends........................................................................................................ Todd, Mrs. Lovett The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Part II)...........................................................Members of The Company Green Finch and Linnet Bird............................................................................................. Johanna Ah, Miss....................................................................................... Anthony, Johanna, Beggar Woman Johanna......................................................................................................................... Anthony Pirelli’s Miracle Elixir.................................................................Tobias, Crowd, Todd, Mrs. Lovett Pirelli’s Entrance.......................................................................................................... Pirelli The Contest.................................................................................................................... Pirelli The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Part III)..........................................................Members of The Company Johanna...................................................................................................................Judge Turpin Wait..................................................................................................... Mrs. Lovett, Beggar Woman Pirelli’s Threat.............................................................................................................. Pirelli The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Part IV).........................................................................Three Tenors Kiss Me (Part I).................................................................................................. Johanna, Anthony Ladies In Their Sensitivities............................................................................................ Beadle Kiss Me (Part II)............................................................................ Johanna, Anthony, Beadle, Judge Pretty Women.................................................................................................Judge, Todd, Anthony Epiphany........................................................................................................... Todd, Mrs. Lovett A Little Priest.................................................................................................. Mrs. Lovett, Todd

Act II God, That’s Good!........................................................................ Tobias, Mrs. Lovett, Todd, Company Johanna (Act II sequence)...................................................... Anthony, Todd, Johanna, Beggar Woman By The Sea......................................................................................................... Mrs. Lovett, Todd Wigmaker Sequence.....................................................................................Todd, Anthony, Quintet The Letter......................................................................................................................Quintet Not While I’m Around........................................................................................ Tobias, Mrs. Lovett Parlor Songs......................................................................................Beadle, Mrs. Lovett, Tobias The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Part V) / Fogg’s Asylum.....................................Members of The Company City On Fire!..................................................................................................... Lunatics, Johanna Searching.............................................Mrs. Lovett, Todd, Beggar Woman, Lunatics, Anthony, Johanna The Judge’s Return......................................................................................................Todd, Judge The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Part VI)..........................................................Members of The Company Final Scene....................................................................................................... Todd, Mrs. Lovett The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (Part VII)......................................................................... The Company


CAST sweeney todd........................................................................................................... Scott Roche MRS. LOVETT.........................................................................................................Sally Lightfoot TOBIAS................................................................................................................. Darren Harper ANTHONY.................................................................................................................Jamie Redgate JOhANNA..................................................................................................................Laura Wilson JUDGE TURPIN............................................................................................................ Barry Jones BEADLE BAMFORD.................................................................................................... Bradley Green BEGGAR WOMAN................................................................................................ Joanne Ellis Bailey ADOLFO PIRELLI........................................................................................................ Antony Smith company: Jo Adams, Paul Allwright, Nicola Bott, Laura Browne, Rob Burdett, Mike Davis, Laura Deaves, Mark Delf, Elaine Doherty, Lewis Foster, Sarah George, Charlotte Gilmore, Joan Hubbard, Paige Jackson, Chris Jolly, Stephanie Kenna, Joy Kingston, Abi Knight, Lianne Larthe, Dave Lobley, Sue Morley, Sarah Mummery, Sheila Nicol, Rebecca Palmer, Pat Pepper, Debbie Smallbone, Edna Smith, Ian Smith, Mark Spooner, Steve Wilkinson

ORCHESTRA Violin................................................................................................................Elisa Bergersen Keyboard............................................................................................................ Maddie Maxwell Clarinet.......................................................................................................... Tracey Bridgeman Bassoon.................................................................................................................Claire Moore Horn........................................................................................................................Oliver Smith Trumpet......................................................................................................................Phil Davis Cello..........................................................................................................................Becky Cox Bass........................................................................................................................ Tom Marshal Percussion.............................................................................................................Malcolm Ball

PRODUCTION TEAM Director.............................................................................................................Steve Wilkinson Choreographer......................................................................................................... NICOLA BOTT MUSICAL DIRECTOR/Chorus Master.................................................................................... Paul Day Assistant Director............................................................................................ Janine Mansfield Wardrobe Mistress.........................................................................................Doreen Goodfellow Wardrobe AssistantS............................................................................. Sue Morley & Sheila Nicol Stage director...........................................................................................................Ian Gilbert Prompt................................................................................................................... June Vallely Stage Crew................................................. Clare Lawler, Kane Davis, Simon Deaves, Lauren Ashton, ......................................................................................... Elaine Heckingbottom, Samantha Ellis Scenery..................................................................................................Scenic Productions Ltd. Costumes........................................................ LTC Costume Warehouse, Jean Coombes, BRENDA GREEN Make-up..........................................................................................Sheila Melville, Hannah Todd WIGS................................................................................... NICHOLA FEATHERS, DOREEN GOODFELLOW Rehearsal Pianists....................................................... Jane Compton, Liam Holmes, Maddie Maxwell PUBLICITY MATERIAL & PROGRAMME Design ...................................................................Bradley Green Cast Photography......................................................................................................Jeff Hooker Front of House................. Janine Mansfield, Tim Cater, Doreen Goodfellow, Carla Cater, Sharon Gibb


SCOTT ROCHE This is Scott’s third show with the LTC, having previously played Curly (Oklahoma!) and Steve (Summer Holiday). He has been acting and singing in the area for over 15 years and has been lucky enough to play some great roles, including Ugly (Honk), the Tin Man (Wizard of Oz) and Hero (A Funny Thing happened on the way to the Forum). He has also performed in many concerts as a guest soloist and won several awards at local and national singing festivals. He was also privileged to be asked to take on the lead roles in concert versions of Les Miserables, Joseph, Grease and Phantom of the Opera. Scott has enjoyed the challenge of Sweeney Todd and is very excited to be playing this villainous role, a part he has always wanted to do.

The ‘victim’ who turns mass murderer in his revenge against society - and the man who ruined his life.


sally lightfoot Sally has been a member of the LTC since 1975. She has played many principal roles over the years, including the title role of Mame (Mame), Lady Thiang (The King and I), Dorothy Brock (42nd Street), Thelma (The Farndale series of comedies) and, most recently, Aunt Eller (Oklahoma!). She has also directed shows and worked as Chorus Mistress. She is delighted to be playing yet another formidable woman Mrs. Lovett, one of Sondheim’s finest female creations. Sally has served as a committee member for many years and is currently Chairman.

Resourceful, cheery, chatty, amoral - and enamoured of Sweeney Todd. Comedic, coarse and ruthless.


DARREN HARPER Darren was a latecomer to the cast of Sweeney Todd, taking on the part of Tobias only eight weeks ago. He has been a member of the LTC for over ten years and this is his eighteenth show for the company. Over the years he has played numerous roles and was seen most recently in our last production (Summer Holiday) as Don. Darren is looking forward to the challenge of playing Tobias as he feels that this character will force him out of his “comfort zone�.

A vulnerable lad who works first for Pirelli, then for Mrs. Lovett - where he thinks he has finally found love and security.


ANTONY SMITH Antony joined the LTC in 2005 for “Hello Dolly�. Since then he has played principal roles, including Benny (Guys and Dolls) and Gremio (Kiss Me Kate). He has also worked on the production side as Assistant Director (Oklahoma!) when the LTC returned to the Palace Theatre in 2008. Antony is very excited to be playing the wonderful role of Pirelli, the flamboyant Italian barber.

A flamboyant and flashy Italian barber who is humiliated in a public contest with Todd.


JAMIE REDGATE Jamie first started performing on the stage when he was eleven and has been hooked ever since. This is his fourth show with the LTC, but he has been fortunate to have played various roles over the years, such as Scarecrow (Wizard of Oz), Rick (Slice of Saturday Night), Clint McClaird (Wild Wild Women) and Cyril (Summer Holiday). Jamie has loved the challenge of playing the part of Anthony and singing Sondheim’s wonderful music.

A young, naĂŻve sailor who befriends Todd and then falls desperately in love with Johanna. A truly romantic and sincere young man.


Laura wilson Laura has been a member of The LTC since the age of fifteen after first appearing on stage as a child in ‘Carousel’ and ‘Will Rogers Follies’. Laura has enjoyed such roles as Peggy (42nd Street) and Lola La Mar (Copacabana). As well as appearing on stage, Laura has been actively involved in the choreography of many shows. This is Laura’s twentieth show and she has thoroughly enjoyed playing the part of Johanna in this new and exciting production.

Todd’s daughter but now claimed by Judge Turpin as his ‘ward’ and the unwilling focus of his desire.


BARRY JONES Barry has been with the LTC since 2003; his principal roles include Jerry (Summer Holiday), Big Jule (Guys & Dolls), Gerald Bolingbroke (Me and My Girl) and Danny Gilmartin (Calamity Jane). He is a former member of The Benfleet Operatic Society, where he performed as Fyedka (Fiddler on the Roof), and Big Jule (for the first time!). On a more classical theme, he appeared as Liberto in Monteverdi’s “The Coronation of Poppea” with The Essex Opera Workshop. For the past 3 years, Barry has served as a committee member of LTC.

A corrupt and depraved official. An upholder of justice who twists the system to serve his own sexual obsessions.


BRADLEY GREEN This is Brad’s fourth show with the LTC and his second principal role, having recently played Ali Hakim (Oklahoma!). Over the years he has performed many varied roles in a great number of shows including: Nicely Nicely (Guys & Dolls), Doody (Grease), Francis Fryer (Calamity Jane), Reuben (Joseph), Quack (Lust), Bullfrog (Honk!), Hysterium (A Funny Thing....Forum), René (‘Allo ‘Allo), Ginger (Eating Raoul), Seymour (Little Shop of Horrors), Bishop of Basingstoke (Jekyll & Hyde) and The Big Bopper (Heaven can wait). He received the Brentwood Theatre Award for Best Actor in a Musical for Honk! and Guys & Dolls. His performance of Quack (Lust) can be heard on the Cast Recording of the show.

Turpin’s cunning right-hand man and eager accomplice to his crimes. Cruel to the weak and fawning to those in authority.


JOANNE ELLIS-BAILEY Jo has been a member of the LTC for more years than she cares to remember and has finally reached the dizzy depths of playing a beggar woman! Previously, she has been our Choreographer, our Chorus Mistress and, more recently, our Director (Anything Goes and our NODA award-winning Kiss Me Kate). On stage she has enjoyed a variety of roles, including the Wicked Witch of the West (The Wiz) and Susan (Calamity Jane). Most recently, she was one of the Hot Box dancers (Guys and Dolls).

A deranged pauper with a filthy tongue who epitomises the despair and desperation of those around her.


STEVE WILKINSON - DIRECTOR Steve has been with the LTC for nearly six years and has played principal roles including Rudolph (Hello Dolly) and Bill ( Kiss Me Kate), as well as directing Copacabana in 2006. His dramatic interests continue at his place of work - Westcliff High School for Boys - where he has directed a number of musicals (Les Misérables, Chess and Joseph) and plays (Death of a Salesman, An Inspector Calls, Another Country, The Long and The Short and The Tall and Treasure Island).

NICOLA BOTT – CHOREOGRAPHER You may remember Nicola from Summer Holiday where she played one of the three girl singers, Alma. Although she hasn’t taken on many lead roles, she has been a committed member of the LTC since the age of fourteen. She always enjoys being on stage in the shows, but this time she thought she’d take on some new challenges - helping to direct the show and to publicise it. It’s not been the easiest task as Sweeney Todd is technically one of the hardest shows to sing and set and it usually has a small chorus of people, but she has risen to the challenge. However, in the process she has developed a fear of barbers and pies!

PAUL DAY – MUSICAL DIRECTOR/Chorus master Paul started his musical career at the age of eight playing flute and guitar. He still plays the flute (and percussion when “persuaded”) as a member of the Southend Philharmonic Orchestra. He has been Assistant Musical Director for the Eastwood Chorale for many years and in 1995 was involved in a two week tour of the Seychelles, playing flute and singing in the choir. He has MD’d for many local Operatic societies over the years including Rayleigh Operatic, Thundersley Operatic and Ingatestone Operatic. He was also involved with Rainbow2000 for many years, both onstage and as Assistant MD. This is Paul’s 4th show with the LTC and this time he has combined his usual role of chorus master with that of Musical Director, leading the company through this technically challenging and difficult score.

IAN GILBERT – STAGE DIRECTOR Ian originally trained at Rose Bruford and has worked on numerous productions throughout the South-East and London’s West End. This will be his third production as Stage Director with The LTC, although by far his most challenging. In the past, Ian has spent more time entertaining audiences on stage rather than behind the scenes.

DOREEN GOODFELLOW – WARDROBE Doreen has been a member for many years. She is happy to be Wardrobe Mistress yet again for Sweeney Todd, but is keeping a wary eye on the cut throat razors! She has taken numerous leading roles and also directed various shows, including our award-winning “The King and I”. She has been Chorus Mistress many times and also Musical Director (Godspell and The Wiz). She has also appeared in recent years in our hugely successful Farndale series of comedies.

janine mansfield - assistant DIRECTOR Jan has been a member of the LTC for seven years. During that time she has appeared in over ten shows for the company, including “Me and My Girl” where she had a leading role. As well as performing, she is also currently on the LTC committee. Jan has enjoyed the experience and challenge of assisting Steve with this production of “Sweeney Todd”.


Edna Smith

Debbie Smallbone

Pat Pepper

Sue Morley

Dave Lobley

Lianne Larthe

Chris Jolly

Paige Jackson

Joan Hubbard

Elaine Doherty

Mark Delf

Laura Deaves

Nicola Bott

Paul Allwright

Jo Adams


Rebecca Palmer

Mark Spooner

Steve Wilkinson

Sheila Nicol

Ian Smith

Sarah Mummery

Abi Knight

Joy Kingston

Stephanie Kenna

Charlotte Gilmore,

Sarah George

Lewis Foster

Mike Davis

Rob Burdett

Laura Browne


President Lady Dorothy McAdden

Honorary Patron Gemma Craven

Vice Presidents Mrs Sandra Burford Ms Joanne Ellis Bailey Mrs Doreen Goodfellow Mrs Iris Lucas Mr Michael Matlin Mrs Sheila Melville Mrs Sheila Nicol Mr Brian Odell Mrs Pat Odell Mrs Lynne Young

Life Members Mrs Annette Blake Mr Michael Burford Mrs Pat Collop Mrs Ann Couldridge Mr Ron Couldridge Mr Gerry Davis Mrs Wendy Hatton Mr Brian Houser Mrs Sally Lightfoot Mrs Sue Morley Mr Ray Newby

Mrs Beverley Onslow Mr John Onslow Miss Madeline Palmer Mr Colin Simmonds Mrs Debbie Smallbone Mrs Olive Smith Mr Derek Smith Mr David Stokes Mrs Sheila Thomson Mr Brian Topsfield Mrs Valerie Wilcox Mrs Stephanie Wilson Mrs Shirley Wolfe Mr Jim Wolfe Mr Roger Young

Chairman Sally Lightfoot Treasurer & Vice Chairman Joanne Ellis Bailey Secretary Doreen Goodfellow Business Manager Steve Wilkinson Entertainments Officer Janine Mansfield Press and Publicity Officer Tim Cater General Committee Antony Smith & Barry Jones

Variety ‘79 1980 Love from Judy / The Dancing Years 1981 Variety ‘81 / The Sound of Music / Salad Days 1982 Orpheus in the Underworld / Golden Variety ‘82 1983 Oklahoma! / Variety ‘83 1984 South Pacific / 7 Brides for 7 Brothers**## 1985 Fiddler on the Roof/ Variety ‘85 1986 Showboat/ How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying 1987 Guys & Dolls / Camelot 1988 Sweet Charity / The Pirates of

Penzance 1989 Variety ‘89 / 7 Brides for 7 Brothers 1990 Carmen++ / The Pajama Game## 1991 The Mikado / Gentlemen Prefer Blondes++ 1992 Carousel / Godspell 1993 Half a Sixpence / Variety ‘93 1994 Guys & Dolls / 42nd Street*## 1995 The Pirates of Penzance / Kismet 1996 Will Rogers Follies*## / The Little Shop of Horrors* 1997 Singin’ in the Rain / She Loves Me*##(2) 1998 Oklahoma!## /

Past Productions 1949 No No Nanette 1950 The Girlfriend 1951 Mr Cinders 1952 Please Teacher 1953 Me & My Girl 1954 Blue for a Boy 1955 Anything Goes 1956 South Pacific 1957 Love from Judy 1958 Kiss Me Kate 1959 Girl Crazy 1960 South Pacific 1961 Annie Get Your Gun 1962 Flower Drum Song 1963 The Music Man 1964 Carousel 1965 Love from Judy 1966 Oklahoma!/ The Pajama Game 1967 The Flower Drum Song++ 1968 Camelot / Half a Sixpence**

1969 Showboat / How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying 1970 Carousel/ West Side Story 1971 The King & I / Half a Sixpence 1972 No No Nanette / Me & My Girl 1973 Charlie Girl / The Music Man 1974 Rose Marie / Camelot 1975 Robert & Elizabeth / Variety ‘75 1976 Bitter Sweet / Variety ‘76 1977 Kiss Me Kate / Variety ‘77 1978 Mame / West Side Story 1979 The King & I /

Regional Premiere

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South East England Premiere

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South East Essex Premiere

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La Cage Aux Folles 1999 Some Like It Hot* / The Wiz 2000 Mack & Mabel*** / The Slipper & the Rose* 2001 Annie / Crazy For You## 2002 The King and I## / Oliver! 2003 Anything Goes / Me & My Girl 2004 Calamity Jane / 42nd Street## 2005 7 Brides for 7 Brothers / Hello Dolly! 2006 Guys & Dolls / Kiss Me Kate## 2007 The Pirates of Penzance / Copacabana 2008 Oklahoma! Summer Holiday

UK Amateur Premiere

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NODA Award Winner

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The National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) Founded in 1899, is the main representative body for amateur theatre in the UK. It has a membership of some 2500 amateur/community theatre groups and 3000 individual enthusiasts throughout the UK, staging musicals, operas, plays, concerts and pantomimes in a wide variety of performing venues, ranging from the country’s leading professional theatres to village halls. Members have access to a wide range of benefits. NODA is divided into eleven national Regions, each headed by an Region Councillor who sits on the Council (the ruling body of the Association), supported by a network of Regional Representatives and other volunteers. These volunteers are the vital link to the grass roots of the Association, the amateur theatre companies themselves. The Association is administered from its Headquarters in Peterborough, with a knowledgeable and friendly staff able to deal with virtually any enquiry relating to amateur theatre. There is a broad spectrum of ages involved with amateur theatre nationwide, from a burgeoning number of youth groups to adult companies, which meet the needs of all levels of both performers, whether dramatic or musical, and enthusiasts involved backstage, front of house or in administration.

NODA aims: • To give a shared voice to the amateur theatre sector • To help amateur societies and individuals achieve the highest standards of best practice and performance • To provide leadership and advice to enable the amateur theatre sector to tackle the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century


BUST – Lady McAdden Breast Screen Unit

Where it all started... The Lady McAdden Unit, affectionately known as BUST, has provided a major health function for women since the unit opened in 1976. The official opening followed a massive fund raising campaign which was spearheaded by the South East Essex ‘Federation of Townswomen’s Guilds’ to whom the charity remains affiliated, and supported by Lady Dorothy McAdden, wife of the late Sir Stephen McAdden, then MP for Southend East. Why breast cancer screening is important... Screening aims to detect cancer in its infancy. Early detection of breast abnormalities could have a significant effect on treatment and beating the disease. In addition countless women have their fears allayed.

Linda Harrison, General Man ager of the Lady McAdden Breast Screenin g Unit, having a close encounter with Todd and Mrs. Lovett

For more information call 01702 343288 or go to the website: www.b-u-s-t.co.uk

Charity Registration No 1062236

The link to the LTC... Lady Dorothy McAdden, who gives her name to the BUST unit, is the President of the Little Theatre Company. Dot, as she has always been affectionately known to us in LTC, was a member of the Company when the first production was staged back in 1949. Her husband was the LTC’s first President for many years and when he died Dot took on the role. Over the last five shows we have tried to demonstrate our support to the BUST unit in a practical way by making a donation from the opening nights’ ticket sales: this has amounted to a total of £1,550.00. As well as this, we have taken a collection as our audiences have left the theatre on these opening nights and we know that these have amounted to a generous sum. Once again, we will be making a donation to BUST from the first night of this show – Sweeney Todd – and taking a leaving collection.


Our Diamond Anniversary This year marks the 60th anniversary of the LTC. The Company was formed in 1948 by a dozen or so enthusiasts, most of whom had some experience on the amateur stage, and was originally called The Little Theatre Club. The original intention was to present shows in a modest way for charities, but within a few months it was learned that, owing to a cancelled booking, it was possible to hire the Palace Theatre, Westcliff, for a week. And so, in December 1949 the first LTC production was staged – “No No Nanette”. Since then, the company has presented 104 musicals and 33 plays. We have records of over 1000 members, many of whom have gone on to pursue a professional career in theatre and entertainment: these include our Patron, Gemma Craven, Mark Cotgrove (aka Snowboy) and Lee Mead. Always keen to try new things over the years, we have presented 3 UK amateur premieres plus numerous regional ones, and in the process we have won 11 NODA awards.


It’s not JUST about the Theatre If you join the Little Theatre Company, not only can you be part of all our productions, you can also join in our varied and active social calendar. We’re actively looking for new members for our next show. So whether your forte lies on stage, backstage or even making costumes, there surely isn’t a better way to make so many friends and most of all have fun! With over 100 members ages 15-80, from builders to accountants and housewives to policemen, we’ve welcomed them all and we’d love to welcome you too. If you would like to be part of our next show ‘Buddy’, please contact our membership secretary Doreen Goodfellow on 01702 349277 or find out more at our website: www.littletheatrecompany.co.uk

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LTC proudly present the Essex amateur premiere By arrangement with Alan Janes for Theatre Partners

The MAN...The MUSIC...The LEGEND...

Written by Alan Janes & Rob Bettinson Original Direction by Rob Bettinson

www.buddythemusical.com

21-24 October 2009 advance bookings

020 8133 0582

box office 01702 351135

Designed by Bradley Green (bradleygreen@sky.com)

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd.

Sweeney Todd  

Programme for LTCs production of Sweeney Todd

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