BUTTERSHAW ST. PAULS A.O.D.S
Supporting LOCAL CHARITIES
Buttershaw St. Paulâ€™s Church Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society (Founded 1932) Affiliated to the National Operatic & Dramatic Association Registered Charity No.517572
an amateur production supporting local charities by arrangement with Joseph Weinberger Ltd on behalf of MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL of New York
Book by RICHARD MORRIS Music by JEANINE TESORI New lyrics by DICK SCANLAN
Directed by Steve Tetlow Musical Director Ian Sapiro Choreographer Janet Fletcher Orchestral Players from the University of Leeds Leader:Lizzie Hussey
C O N C E R T
22ND TO 26TH JANUARY 2OO8
H A L L
hart&clough print group est. 1885
stationery brochures magazines large sheet
books posters packaging print finishing
Hart & Clough wish Buttershaw St. Pauls A.O.D.S a successful production of ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’ themacroom
pre-press & design
fine book printers
Ezra House • West 26 Business Park • Cleckheaton • BD19 4TQ T: 01274 863200
F: 01274 863201
Dick Gregson Marian Hardy Rita Horner Alan Kilshaw Bessie Klenk Norman Klenk Marion Priestley Roger Stevenson
Mollie Alred Julie Burrows Elizabeth McMahon Geoff McMahon Marjorie Wood Norman Butterfield Vincent Franklin Tony Gregson David Shinn Colin Tordoff Rev D Griffiths
Mark Bolland David Ireland Joyce Gill Bob Lancaster Roger Stevenson Anne Tonks
Renee Downie Janet Saunders
Michael Bastow Roy Smith Chris Tonks
Anne Holroyd & team
Wardrobe & Wigs
Tony Gregson Rita Horner Cathy Gribble
Shirley Hodgson Elizabeth McMahon
Christa Dâ€™Apolito Linda Hensby Shirley Hodgson Rita Horner Margaret Shaw Alan Hirst Phil Jowett Paul Tarver
A and M Klenk
Bessie Klenk Marjorie Wood Michael Carter Tony Gregson Rita Horner Colin Marchant
President: Colin Marchant
HONORARY OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY 2007 - 2008
This page kindly sponsored by RITA & MALCOLM HORNER
SLACKBOTTOM ROAD, OFF BUTTERSHAW LANE, WIBSEY
Excellent range of traditional hand pulled ales Always a warm welcome
Best Wishes to Buttershaw St. Pauls for a successful Exam Invigilators required!
INTERESTED? Contact the College! Haycliffe Lane Bradford West Yorkshire BD5 9ET Tel: 01274 775335 Fax: 01274 775665 E: email@example.com Headteacher: Paul Burluraux BSc
FROM THE CHAIRMAN - TONY GREGSON
Dear Friends, elcome again to St George’s Hall and the Bradford ‘Premiere’ of Thoroughly Modern Millie. This will be the first time that this show has been performed in the city and the Society are privileged to have the opportunity to produce one of the most popular new shows of recent years. This musical set in the 1920’s opened in London’s West End in October 2003, with Amanda Holden and Maureen Lipman heading the cast and running continuously for over a year. It is a show which gives the production team a broad canvas to work on and I hope that you agree that our very talented team of Ian, Stephen and Janet have done a magnificent job.
We, along with many other societies, are finding it increasingly more difficult to make a profit on our productions. Mounting a big Amateur production in a professional theatre is a very costly business, but thanks to your support and our dedicated members who work throughout the year, we do usually succeed and have a little money over to donate to local charities. On Thursday evening our President will welcome The Lord Mayor of Bradford, Cllr Robin Owens; the Dean of Bradford, the Very Reverend David Ison; the Vicar of St Pauls’ Church, the Reverend David Griffiths; together with representatives from NODA and our neighbouring societies to our performance. We are pleased to welcome back
for the 6th successive year…
OUR PRODUCTION TEAM
Finally, may I take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support, I hope you enjoy being with us tonight, and have a safe journey home.
With my best wishes,
Tony Gregson - Chairman IAN SAPIRO Musical Director
STEVE TETLOW Director
JANET FLETCHER Choreographer
MARGARET WOOD Accompanist
This page kindly sponsored by MR & MRS F.N. KLENK
W&P DRESSER Electrical Contractors 42 Kingsway, Wrose Bradford BD2 1PN
Telephone 01274 612807 Mobile 07850 745390
MARGARET DRINKEL A Life Member of the Society and holder of the NODA Gold Bar with stud for 55 years service to the amateur stage. Margaret was a real stalwart of the Society, appearing with our chorus until 2 years ago, she prompted for our youth productions and worked tirelessly for the Society, a tradition carried on with her daughter Anne and granddaughter Kathryn.
RAYMOND DOWNIE For many years our property master together with his wife Renee, Raymond was also a former stage manager for the Society and helped with our last years’ production, although unwell. A dedicated and versatile hard worker with a dry sense of humour, Raymond will be sadly missed for the many roles that he filled backstage and we are very pleased that Renee is able to continue with us again this year.
CLARICE STOCKER At 95, our oldest member and Vice President. Clarice was our pianist for over 20 years, sometimes playing in the orchestra pit, but particularly and fondly remembered for her work at dancing rehearsals. She was also a willing supporter of the Society and always at hand for any member who may have required musical assistance.
We give grateful thanks for their contributions to the Society and we offer our love and sympathy to their families
Patron - Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber
The National Operatic and Dramatic Association was founded in 1899 to ‘protect and advance the interests of operatic and dramatic art and of the societies engaged of therein’. Our Society is proud to be a member of NODA which has over 2300 societies and nearly 3000 individual members. The Association with its new headquarters in Peterborough, is able to advise societies on many aspects of amateur theatre and provides tailor-made insurance schemes and has its own extensive library. NODA encourages members to attend its Summer Schools, which consist of drama, stagecraft, opera, stage management, musical direction amongst many other topics. With Regional and National Conferences, workshops, seminars, awards and bursaries, together with the publication of quarterly news magazines, NODA provides the only national network for all areas of amateur theatre in the UK. We are part of the North Eastern region of the Association, our Area Councillor is Mr Chris Ingram and our Regional Representative is Mrs Judith Smith whom we look forward to welcoming to our production this week.
Long Service Awards Several of our members have over the years received long service medals. These are presented through NODA by the Society, to recognise their valuable contribution to the amateur stage and to their distinguished service to the Society.
This year our NODA recipients are 25 30 35 40 45 50
Years Years Years Years Years Years
Maureen Colbert Michael Carter, Martha Tarver, Simon Tonks, Margaret Wood Paul Tarver Michael Bastow, Gillian Bastow Denis Alred Bessie Klenk, Norman Klenk
This page kindly sponsored by MR A. KILSHAW
ABOUT THE CAST
LOUISE WHYTE On 31st January 2003, something important happened to Louise. Depending on who you ask, you're likely to get a different answer. If you ask her husband, it's the day on which she said 'yes' to his marriage proposal. But if you ask Louise, it was the day that she first saw Sutton Foster light up New York as Millie Dillmount in the original Broadway production of 'Thoroughly Modern Millie', such was the impact the show had on her. Oh yes...she would also mention that she got engaged on that day too! Now 5 years on, Louise is fulfiling an ambition in having the opportunity to bring Millie to life herself. It's a far cry from her theatrical debut, 17 years ago, as an ensemble member in the play version of 'Les Miserables' with the Bradford Youth Players. Since then she's been sullen as Mrs Mullin in 'Carousel', saintly as Sr Mary Hubert in the infamous 'Nunsense' and scatty as Audrey in 'Little Shop of Horrors', along with many other challenging and successful roles. However with 'Millie,' Louise feels that she has 'turned the corner' and she hopes you ‘thoroughly' enjoy the show! This one is for her green glass love...
STEVE REDFERN has been involved in performing arts from a young age having grown up in a family with a keen interest in musical theatre. He studied the piano and trombone, playing at a high level before taking his musical knowledge into small cameo roles in amateur stage productions. His debut with us was in 2001 as Billy in 42nd Street and he has since played many other leads for BSP including Billy in Carousel, Bobby in Crazy for You and Tommy in Brigadoon. He has also played with distinction the demanding roles of Tony in West Side Story, and Curly in Oklahoma with societies in Huddersfield and Halifax.
RICK WHYTE often wonders how he'd look in a bobbed wig. It's not something he dwells on usually, but having already played Jimmy Smith in Huddersfield AOS's production of 'Millie' in November and Mr Graydon in this production, he only needs to play one more character in 'Millie' for the hat-trick... Aside from the horror of his impending 30th birthday, this last year has been a pretty good one for Rick: he started out playing Oscar in 'Sweet Charity' for BSP last January, swiftly followed by Judas in Applause Theatre Co's production of 'Jesus Christ Superstar' in May, and then into the 'Milliethon' that has seen him rehearsing 'Thoroughly Modern Millie' in one form or another for the last eight months! Rick hopes you enjoy our production, he's really enjoyed rehearsing it but has found his wife's new seduction technique to be…novel, to say the least!
KATHRYN TONKS has been on the amateur circuit since the age of two, playing with BSP and other societies such as Idle & Thackley, Keighley, Spenborough and the Bradford Youth Players. She is in her element playing character parts, such as the saucy Nickie in our last production of Sweet Charity. Kathryn has also enjoyed a variety of leading and supporting roles but now has the unique distinction of playing all the leading ‘Brown’ roles - Sarah in Guys and Dolls, Katie in Calamity Jane and now as Dorothy in Millie.
This page kindly sponsored by J EARNSHAW OPTOMETRISTS, WIBSEY
ABOUT THE CAST
ANNE TONKS has been with BSP since the age of 15 playing many leading roles from Annie Get Your Gun to Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus. This year is a challenge as Mrs Meers is a split character who is an American con woman pretending to be Chinese! Anne plays alongside her daughter Kathryn as Miss Dorothy and husband Simon is stage manager with son Christopher back stage – quite a family affair.
CATHRYN MOORHOUSE has been involved in the theatre from a very young age, first appearing in the musical “Brigadoon”. Some of the roles that she has performed include Mabel in “Mack and Mabel”, the title role in “Gigi”, Eliza in “My Fair Lady”, Miss Adelaide in “Guys and Dolls” and her favourite role of “Sweet Charity” which she last performed with us last year. She has also appeared in various television productions such as “Coronation Street” and “Blue Murder” and more recently has been seen making beds etc. in the YTV’s “The Royal”.
DIANE BOLLAND is one of the few who can say that she took part in a society production before she was born. Her mother was the society’s leading lady at the time and her father was chairman for many years. Her more conventional debut was in the world amateur premiere of “Charlie Girl” and she has performed in nearly every show since. She choreographed the Youth Pantomime for 25 years and also ran the Concert party during the 80’s.
JONNY HIRST first appeared with BSP at the age of 6 in the junior pantomime before taking part in our Kiss Me Kate, at the age of 16. Following a few years away whilst at university, he rejoined BSP in 2000, and has appeared in many productions, as well as taking on roles in Halifax and Huddersfield. Johnny has enjoyed the challenge of learning a new language for the part of Bun Foo , and has taken every opportunity to visit the Chinese take-away in preparation for the role, all in the name of ‘research’.
ANDY REDFERN is returning to BSP after spending many years with a variety of societies across both Calderdale and Kirklees. One of Andy’s first stage appearances was at the age of 11 when he played the lead role in Oliver. In and amongst his dedication to performing Andy has gained a degree while studying at the University of Huddersfield. With many hours spent learning aspects of the Chinese dialect he is now looking forward to performing a very different kind of character.
This page kindly sponsored by DONALD & BRENDA WORSNOP
With Best Wishes for a successful production of
MILLIE DILMONT Louise Whyte
THE STORY OF THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE
Unlike most musicals where a successful stage show transfers to the big screen, ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’ began life as a 1967 film starring, amongst others, Julie Andrews and Mary Tyler Moore. Audiences had to wait until April 2002 for the Broadway opening of the stage show. It was, however, worth the wait, the production winning no less than six Tony awards and running for 903 performances. 2003 saw the West End production starring Amanda Holden as Millie, Maureen Lipman as Mrs Meers and Sheila Ferguson as Muzzy. ‘Millie’ is a light hearted and lively show set in New York of the 1920’s. Small town girl Millie Dillmount arrives in New York determined to embrace the new ‘modern’ lifestyle. She has a plan which involves finding and marrying a wealthy boss and letting her head rule her heart. However, ‘fate’ takes a hand and, despite finding a boss who meets all her requirements, she cannot seem to stop thinking about the totally unsuitable Jimmy. To add to her troubles she has a room at the Hotel Priscilla, run by the inscrutable Mrs Meers, which boasts an unusually high turnover of residents. Fortunately Millie and her friends are able to tap dance their way out of trouble and live happily ever after. Full of tuneful melodies and lively humour, ‘Millie’ is very much a feel good show, just the tonic to brighten up a dark January night. So sit back, relax and enjoy a couple of hours of pure escapism.
If you have enjoyed this production and would be interested in joining us, why not come and be a part of BSP AODS? We will welcome anyone who would like to take part ‘on stage’ or would be willing to help us in any other capacity. There are many roles that may be of interest, such as making ‘props’, moving scenery, helping with wardrobes, selling programmes, or assisting with publicity etc. If you could help us with advertising or sponsorship or feel that you can offer any other form of assistance then please contact our Secretary Gillian Bastow on
JIMMY SMITH Steve Redfern
INDEPENDENT MOTOR CAR SPECIALISTS ANNOUNCE ANOTHER WAY TO REDUCE YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT
HAVE YOUR CAR SERVICED PROPERLY SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT AND YOURSELF MONEY WILL NOT AFFECT WARRANTY ON NEW VEHICLES!! MASSIVE SAVINGS ON DEALER PRICES!!
CALL PAUL ON 01274 522111 ALL REPAIR WORK UNDERTAKEN
YOU WON’T BUY A BETTER PIANO CLASSICAL • TRADITIONAL • CONTEMPORARY • ELECTRONIC
GROVE HOUSE, WADE HOUSE ROAD, SHELF, HALIFAX HX3 7PF • TEL: 01274 677450
DOROTHY BROWN Kathryn Tonks
Millie Dillmont Jimmy Smith Alice Gloria Ruth Ethel Peas Lucille Cora Rita Mrs Meers Dorothy Brown Ching Ho Bun Foo Miss Flannery Trevor Graydon Muzzy van Hossmere George Gershwin Dorothy Parker Dexter Daphne
Louise Whyte Steve Redfern Hannah Smithies Christa D’Apolito Amy Jagger Jennifer Redfern Helen Habergham Emma Wainwright Vicky West Anne Tonks Kathryn Tonks Andy Redfern Jonathan Hirst Diane Bolland Rick Whyte Cathryn Moorhouse Alan Hirst Brenda Hirst Paul Tarver Maureen Colbert
Company Mary Benn • Jeanette Boundy • Joanne Bowles • Linda Hensby Phil Jowett • Paula Klenk • Natalie Mason • Angie Money • David Pizzey Keith Saunders • Margaret Shaw • Wendy Stephenson Martha Tarver • Sue Vincent • Lyn Whitehead Dancers Lucy Blamires Cathy Gribble Abigail Marsh Wendi Pickering Lydia Pitkethley
This page kindly sponsored by MR C M TORDOFF
Scene 2 Scene 3 Scene 4
Scene 5 Scene 6 Scene 7 Scene 8 Scene 9 Scene 10 Scene 11 Scene 12
A New York City Street Not for the Life of Me Thoroughly Modern Millie Not for the Life of Me (reprise) How the Other Half Lives The Laundry Room of the Hotel Priscilla Not for the Life of Me (reprise) The Sincere Trust Insurance Company The Speed Test The 12th Floor of the Hotel Priscilla They Don’t Know A New York City Street The Tie One On Club The Nuttycracker Suite A Jail What Do I Need With Love The 12th Floor of the Hotel Priscilla Muzzy’s Penthouse Only in New York The Penthouse Terrace Jimmy The 12th Floor of the Hotel Priscilla
SCENES AND MUSICAL NUMBERS
Overture ACT 1 Millie Millie and Company Ruth, Gloria, Rita, Alice, Cora, Lucille Miss Dorothy, MIllie Ching Ho, Bun Foo Mr Graydon, Millie, Miss Flannery and Company Mrs Meers
Millie, Miss Dorothy, Jimmy & Company Jimmy
Muzzy & Chorus Millie
Entr’acte ACT 2 Scene 1
Scene 3 Scene 4 Scene 5 Scene 6 Scene 7 Scene 8
The Sincere Trust Insurance Company Forget About the Boy Ah Sweet Mystery/I’m Falling in Love The Window Ledge I Turned the Corner I’m Falling in Love with Someone The 12th Floor of the Hotel Priscilla Muquin The Floor Show and Kitchen at Café Society Long as I’m Here with You Muzzy’s Dressing Room at Café Society Gimme, Gimme The Dining Room at Café Society The Hotel Priscilla Lobby The Laundry Room of the Hotel Priscilla The Speed Test Ah, Sweet Mystery (reprise)
Thoroughly Modern Millie
Millie, Miss Flannery and Stenographers Mr Graydon, Miss Dorothy & Dancers Jimmy, Millie Chorus Mrs Meers, Ching Ho, Bun Foo Muzzy, Millie, Chorus and Dancers Millie
Millie, Mr Graydon, Jimmy, Muzzy Miss Dorothy, Ching Ho The Company
This page kindly sponsored by MR & MRS G McMAHON
The Society wishes to thank the following who have assisted with this production The Governors of St Paulâ€™s C of E First School, Buttershaw and Buttershaw Primary School for rehearsal facilities. Costumes by Homburgs Theatrical Costumiers, Leeds, with special thanks to Margie and John Scenic Projects for scenery Border Studios for wipe tracks Scene Change for projector and disc Bradford Youth Players and TMC for microphones Howarth Wrightson for props Primary Technology for multimedia facilities The technical staff of Bradford Theatres BBC Radio Leeds, The Pulse, Telegraph and Argus, Halifax Courier and Huddersfield Examiner for their assistance with publicity. Andrew Cowton of Glendale Studios, King Cross, Halifax for photographs Programme compilation by Alan Hirst Programme design and artwork by Simon Frater Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Programme printed by Hart & Clough Limited Our Patrons, Sponsors and Advertisers for their support.
In return can we ask you to please support our advertisers because without their help, this souvenir programme would not be viable
This page kindly sponsored by RENEE IN MEMORY OF RAYMOND DOWNIE
TREVOR GRAYDON Rick Whyte
PATRONS AND VISITORS
Visiting Parties 2008
Mr & Mrs D Alred
Mrs I Barker
St Johns Church Great Horton
Mr & Mrs M Bastow
Horton Bank Top Methodist Wednesday Group
Mr & Mrs M Bolland
Sue Jackson's Party
Mr & Mrs H Branthwaite
Grange Technology College Staff
Mr & Mrs T Burrows
Vera McLelland's Party
Mr & Mrs N Butterfield
Whitechapel Middle School Staff
Mr & Mrs J Eastwood
Wibsey Methodist Wednesday Group
Mr V A Gregson
St Margaret's - Frizinghall
Mrs R Haley
Wibsey Park Bowling Club
Miss S Hodgson
Mr & Mrs M Horner
Alan Klenk's Party
Mr & Mrs R Jackson
Mr A Kilshaw
Joyce Relton's Party
Mr & Mrs Norman Klenk Mr & Mrs Neil Klenk Mrs H Lee Mr & Mrs B Lymbery Mr & Mrs A G McMahon Mrs M Moody Mr & Mrs R W Morgan Mrs Marion Priestley Mr & Mrs T Priestley Mrs J Relton Mrs E Rigg Mr & Mrs M Shaw Mr & Mrs D Shinn Mrs F E Smith Mr John S H Smith Mr & Mrs Raymond Smith Mr C Tordoff Mr & Mrs R Wells Mrs M Woodhead
We apologise to anyone who has been inadvertently omitted from this listing or whose names were not available at the time of going to press. If you would like to become a Patron of our Society and receive priority booking opportunities for any of our productions, please contact Claire Boocock on 01274 676047
Mrs M Wood
This page kindly sponsored by MR & MRS COLIN MARCHANT
MUZZY VAN HOSSMERE Cathryn Moorhouse
PREVIOUS PRODUCTIONS 22
Society formed as the ‘Black and White Concert Party’
At the Schoolrooms 1934 HMS PINAFORE 1935 MIKADO 1936 YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 1937 GONDOLIERS 1938 ARCADIANS 1939 WILD FLOWER 1947 CINDERELLA 1948 COUNTRY GIRL 1949 FLORA DORA 1950 GOODNIGHT VIENNA 1951 RIO RITA 1952 MAGYAR MELODY 1953 OUR MISS GIBBS 1954 CARISSIMA 1955 BLESS THE BRIDE 1956 DESERT SONG 1957 GYPSY PRINCESS 1958 QUAKER GIRL 1959 BRIGADOON 1960 OKLAHOMA 1961 NO NO NANNETTE 1962 LOVE FROM JUDY 1963 ANNIE GET YOUR GUN 1964 FINIANS RAINBOW 1965 MERRY WIDOW 1966 ARCADIANS 1967 WHITE HORSE INN 1968 WILD VIOLETS 1969 WALTZES FROM VIENNA 1970 ME AND MY GIRL 1971 MAID OF THE MOUNTAINS 1972 MY FAIR LADY 1973 CHARLIE GIRL 1974 HELLO DOLLY 1975 WALTZ WITHOUT END 1976 CALAMITY JANE 1977 VAGABOND KING
At the Library Theatre, Bradford 1978 DESERT SONG 1979 OKLAHOMA 1980 CAROUSEL 1981 MERRY WIDOW 1982 BRIGADOON 1983 STUDENT PRINCE 1984 ANNIE GET YOUR GUN 1985 ROCK NATIVITY 1986 HALF A SIXPENCE 1987 GUYS AND DOLLS 1988 PIRATES OF PENZANCE 1989 LOVE FROM JUDY 1990 GODSPELL At St Georges Hall, Bradford 1991 DIE FLEDERMAUS 1992 MY FAIR LADY 1993 THE KING AND I 1994 KISS ME KATE 1995 CHESS 1996 THE MUSIC MAN 1997 FIDDLER ON THE ROOF 1998 SHOWBOAT 1999 BARNUM 2000 MERRY WIDOW 2001 42nd STREET *BELLAS 2002 ME AND MY GIRL *JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR 2003 MACK AND MABEL 2004 BRIGADOON 2005 CRAZY FOR YOU 2006 CAROUSEL 2007 SWEET CHARITY * At Buttershaw St Paul’s Church
This page kindly sponsored by MR & MRS A T HAWKRIDGE
MRS MEERS Anne Tonks
MISS FLANNERY Diane Bolland
CHORUS AND DANCERS 26
CHORUS AND DANCERS
Cleckheaton and Spenborough AODS proudly present a new amateur production of
By arrangement with Samuel French Ltd
CLECKHEATON TOWN HALL Thursday 8th, Friday 9th & Saturday 10th May 2008 Tickets from any member or Eileen Feltwell on 01274 877828 (Auditions to be held on Sunday 2nd February)
Calling all young people under 20 years of age Are you interested in singing, performing, acting or dancing ? THIS COULD BE FOR YOU! We will be presenting a Youth Production of
at Cleckheaton Town Hall Monday 19th, Tuesday 20th, and Wednesday 21st May 2008 There will be a presentation of the show at Buttershaw St Paulâ€™s Primary School on Friday 1st February at 7.30pm for all those interested ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN
Rehearsals will then commence on Friday 8th February for singing and movement All young people will be required to audition to be in the production
Rehearsals will be held on Wednesdays and Fridays for chorus members and also on Mondays as required for principals. Further details can be obtained from Gillian Bastow - Tel 01274 413255
Our Next Productionsâ€Ś We are pleased to announce that our next Youth Production will be
at Cleckheaton Town Hall on Monday19th, Tuesday 20th and Wednesday 21st May 2008 See joining details elsewhere in this programme ______________________________________________________________________________________________________
Our next Main show will be a spectacular new production of
(Last performed by the Society so successfully in 1988)
at St Georgeâ€™s Hall, Bradford from Tuesday 27th to Saturday 31st January 2009 We welcome new members to our Society from anyone interested in taking part or assisting with our productions. Details from Gillian Bastow - Tel 01274 413255
The Bradford Catholic Players hope you will join them to enjoy their 2008 productions
THURSDAY 15th MAY to SATURDAY 17th MAY 2008 At the Victoria Hall, Saltaire
Annie get your
Gun Bradford Theatres are part of the Arts Heritage and Leisure Division of Bradford Metropolitan District Council.
Affiliated to the National Operatic & Dramatic Association
Monday 17th to Saturday 22nd November 2008