Arts events happening soon:

  • Tuesday 19 June 2018 at 19:00
    The violinists Philippa Mo and Harriet Mackenzie formed Retorica in 2010 to explore music for two violins, since when they have performed all over the world. Their attractive and wide ranging...
  • Wednesday 20 June 2018 at 19:00
    Ariel Lanyi is a rising star with an unusually mature instinct for the classical style (a challenge for any pianist) which he will demonstrate in a programme that contrasts Mozart’s tragic Adagio...
  • Thursday 21 June 2018 at 19:00
    Julia Hamos is kindly coming all the way from New York for her recital, where she studied with the great Beethoven interpreter, Richard Goode. Her programme features Beethoven’s Sonata in A major,...

Pitton Theatre Club

The Pitton Theatre Club’s first production was directed by Jane Norman-Walker in the early 1970s after the Village Hall was built. Since then there have been revues and pantomimes, many devised and directed by Jean Judd, as well comedies and more serious plays.

In recent years it has been increasingly difficult to find people, particularly younger people, who are able to devote time to learning long parts and attending rehearsals, required for the successful production of plays. There is also a need for someone with experience of directing, as those who have put in so much effort over the years are unable to continue.

Right:  ‘Pitton Panto’ – a supper theatre production of December 2007.

 

 

Pictures and video from the 2013 production of The Holey Estate may be found here.