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Subs for 2014 are due!
By Isabel on 16 Jan 2014 21:34

Sinbad Pantomime Tickets Available online from 1st - 20 Nov
By Graeme on 03 Nov 2013 20:09

PRODUCTION
By Sharon on 19 Jul 2013 10:27

Sinbad - December 2013
By Graeme on 26 May 2013 09:47

Three One Act Plays
By Graeme on 04 Apr 2013 19:06

Welcolme To ELAPS
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Beastly
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Beastly! - Beauty and the Beast, The Panto Dec 5th-8th 2012
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Sinbad - December 2013
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Subs for 2014 are due! Reply to this News Item Print this Topic E-Mail this Topic
Posted 2014/01/16 - 21:34 By Isabel
News Isabel is happy to receive your subs for 2014

There is a 10% discount if paid by 31st January - see amount shown in red

Adult (in employment) £30.00 (£27.00)
Juniors, Students, OAPs £15.00 (£13.50)

Family Membership
2nd Adult member £15.0 (£13.50)
Other children/students £7.50 (£6.75)

Examples
Husband and wife £45.00 (£40.50)
Parent and child £37.50 (£33.75)
Family of 4 £60.00 (£54.00)

If paying by cheque please make it payable to ELAPS


Sinbad Pantomime Tickets Available online from 1st - 20 Nov Reply to this News Item Print this Topic E-Mail this Topic
Posted 2013/11/03 - 20:09 By Graeme
News Tickets are now available online via the ELAPS website at: http://www.elaps.co.uk/shop.php

The online ticket shop is available from 1st to 20th November 2013 and tickets are selling fast so hurry because when they're gone they are gone!

Tickets purchased via the website will result in an email confirmation being sent out which will act as the receipt to collect your tickets on the door on the evening of the performance so keep the confirmation safe!

Tickets are also available at the Post office in East Leake or the Olde Bakehouse pet shop next door to the co-op.


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Posted 2013/07/19 - 10:27 By Sharon
News Morning Guys

Well the auditions are now over and now we are looking for help
With the production side, if anyone can help with the following

Props
Set painting
Lighting
Crew (for the panto nights)
Casey is doing the Hair and Make-up BUT she will need help, if anyone can help with this.

If you would like to join us please let me know.

Sharon 07812 652490


Welcolme To ELAPS Reply to this News Item Print this Topic E-Mail this Topic
Posted 2013/02/01 - 11:01 By Graeme
Website
East Leake Amateur players is an Amateur Dramatics group located in the Village of East Leake in Rural Nottinghamshire

THe group has been running for over 10 years now with the aim of providing an arts and entertainment outlet for the local community.

The group is self funded and run by its members who comprise more than 70 in number with ages ranging from 8 to 80!

ELAPS typically hold 2 major productions a year although the Junior group may sometimes boost this to 3 or 4

The main productions take place in May and December, with the December production being Pantomime based.

The group meets on a Thursday evening in East Leake Village Hall on Main Street in the village and anyone wishing to join the group is welcome to come along.

There are many roles to play in an Amateur Dramatics group and often more of them are backstage rather that those that result in appearances on the stage. So whether it's acting, singing, props management, set painting, scenery manufacturing,
lighting, sound, prompting, front of house, costume making, directing, producing,just helping out generally or all of the above that interest you - we're always interested in new members who want to come along and join us.

If you want to contact us for more information you can either email:
Or contact one of the following:

Chairperson - Hayley Masom - 07770 960562
Secretary - Sonya Oates - 07598 899498
Treasurer - Graeme Wappett - 01509 854007


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Posted 2012/09/16 - 20:21 By Graeme
News The September Nanada news letter is attached so you can read in full if you donwload it but the highlights are:NANDA Newsletter

NANDA Newsletter
September 2012
Editor Howard Whitehurst
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A new season is upon us and whilst some groups have already announced their full programmes, others have yet to let me know about their first productions. Hopefully the November Newsletter will have more information about plays being performed across the county. Early details about NANDA’s festivals can also be found here.

News from our Theatres

The theatre consultant appointed to review and advise Gedling Borough Council about the management, programming and promotion of the Bonington Theatre is now well into the project. It is hoped that there will be a part time theatre manager in place at the beginning of the next financial year and that the theatre can progress to becoming a thriving community theatre within the borough.
Consultation has now been commenced with the local community by the project team working with the Duke of Westminster’s Estates to bring Stanford Hall back into use as a rehabilitation centre for troops injured in armed conflicts. It is hoped that the theatre can be brought back into use and NANDA has made initial representations.

Play of the Year Competition 2011-2012 and Annual Awards Dinner


The competition runs from September to May and the Council is keen to see more groups participating next season. If you would like to know a little more about it, and what you need to do to enter, then please contact the competition organiser Joan Wildgust on 0115 9291077. Rules of the competition can be found on our website.
The adjudicator will be Stephen Godward, a character actor, semi professional singer and former Head of Drama at a Derbyshire school. He is very much looking forward to the season ahead.

NANDA One Act Play Festival

Next year's festival will be held on Friday and Saturday 1st and 2nd March 2013 at the Bonington Theatre, Arnold. Bob Wildgust, the organiser, is hopeful that more groups will enter, five or six entries would be ideal. This season's winner would go through to the quarter final, to be held in Leicestershire in May 2013.

NANDA Youth Festival


The 2013 dates have yet to be confirmed but Sonya Oates and Jean Lebeter will again be organising the festival. It is likely that the Chilwell Olympia will again be the venue.

Facebook

Our new Facebook page is up and running. We hope that this will become a major medium for groups to post news, photographs, and notices and posters about forthcoming productions. I am pleased to inform you that FB has now accepted that NANDA is an official acronym so all you need to do to sign up, as a group or individual, is to enter NANDA in the search box and up we will come. We already have a number of groups and individuals who have joined so please make sure that you are not missing out.
In order for groups and their individual members to receive our newsfeed they simply need to click the “Like” button. Please feel free to post photos of your productions from time to time.

Course for Directors

The NANDA Play Direction Course, which is an introductory course designed to assist persons with little or no experience in directing plays, will be run on Fridays 21, 28 September and 5 October 2012 at the Aspley Community Training Centre. It has been heavily subscribed and a number of individuals have enquired about attending a later course. Council has decided that this second course will be run early in 2013 and more details can be obtained from the leader Bob Wildgust. Full details about course content can be found on the NANDA Facebook page and on the NANDA website.

Dates for Your Diary
For details of venues, times and ticket purchase please visit each individual group’s website.
September 17-22 “The 39 Steps” Lace Market Theatre Studio
25-29 “Calendar Girls” People’s Theatre Nottingham
26-29 “The Night in Question” Robin Hood Theatre at the Grove School, Newark
October 8-13 “Bent” Lace Market Theatre Auditorium
17-20 “Taking Steps” Bonington Players, Arnold
25-27 “Take Away the Lady” Burton Joyce Players
November 6-10 “It Runs in the Family” Radcliffe-on-Trent Drama Group
November 7-10 “Speaking in Tongues” Prospect Players, Arnold
November 20-24 “All Washed Up East Bridgford Drama Group
November 21-24 “The 39 Steps” Robin Hood Theatre at Lilley and Stone
November 29 – Dec 1 “Dead Man’s Hand” Orchard Theatre Company
December 5-8 “Beastily – Beauty and the Beast” ELAPS at East Leake Village Hall
January 23-26 “Brassed Off” Bonington Players, Arnold
January 22-25 “Season’s Greetings” Robin Hood Theatre at Farndon Memorial Hall
February 13-16 “The Vicar of Dibley” Prospect Players, Arnold
April 24-27 “Hi De Hi” Bonington Players, Arnold
17-20 “Habeas Corpus” Robin Hood Theatre at the Grove School, Newark
May 15-18 “Neville's Island” Prospect Players, Arnold
July “Toad of Toad Hall” Dates and venue tba
Next Newsletter Contributions and diary dates by end of October for the November Newsletter please.
Type in “NANDA” in the Facebook search box.


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