The show left you wanting more.
A cast of around 50 youngsters, lively music and a strong story line – how could this show fail.
The first night by the junior members of the Abergavenny Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society – performing to a full house – was smooth and slick, and left you wanting more. Continue reading AAODS West Side Story – Review
Alan Titchmarsh the famous TV gardening expert meets Penny whilst taking time out from a book signing session.
Whilst walking through the main street I noticed Mr. Titchmarsh walking down the street and Penny, being Penny, went over and introduced herself and asked for a photo. Alan was keen to hear about Dancemaster and had no objections to the picture being used on the website.
I know you hear it on interviews all the time, but seriously, he was just as you would like to think of him.. smiling and every bit the gentleman he comes across as on screen.
Due to the hard work that Steve has put into our Dancemaster website, when you type Dancemaster in Google.com, google.co.uk and MSN.co.uk search engines dancemaster.org.uk is now showing as No 1, Continue reading Dancemaster Tops the Web
Week 3… And the ‘Pupil of the week’ winner is Rachel Griffiths. Continue reading Pupil of the Week – w/c 26th November 2006
We have completed the music section, with an mp3 player, official top 40 singles chart and the ability to add comments and vote for your favourite track each week.
Take a look here you will need to login with your user name and password that you use for the forum. Register for the forum here.
Week 2… And the ‘Pupil of the week’ winner is Livvy Price.. Continue reading Pupil of the Week – w/c 19th November 2006
Abergavenny Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society Junior Section will be performing West Side Story between Monday 20th and Saturday 25th November 2006 at the Borough Theatre.
Lauren Thomas, Elaine Goodfellow, Laura Chicken and Isaac Pritchard will be performing in this production based on Romeo & Juliet and set in New York City where rival street gangs, the Jets and the Sharks battle for territory and respect, this production is a mixture of vibrant dance, powerful drama and fantastic music and songs including ‘Maria’, ‘Tonight’, ‘America’ and the poignant ‘Somewhere’.
Tickets can be purchased from the Borough Theatre
Monday £8 (Senior Citizens & Children £7)
Tuesday – Saturday £8 (Children Only £7)
Good Luck guys.
We have been working on the members section. To log in use your forum User Name and Password.
Steve has been working hard to give us a very impressive ‘Members Home’ page with loads of content and information, a ‘Games’ page and ‘Showbiz’ page. There is also a small picture ‘Gallery’ which will keep expanding with your help. We are currently working on the ‘Music’ page, you will be able to listen to music, see the latest singles, future releases and much more….