Full details of the Murder Mystery evening are out. Please note admission is by advance ticket sale only, there will be no tickets on the door as we need to know numbers attending.
We’re still finalising details for this and tickets are not yet available, but if you’d like to reserve a ticket (price tbc), please contact us via email or ring the box office number (O13O5 268692) and leave your name and a contact number.
Last Wednesday, our Chairman ran a quiz for us. A superb evening of random questions and quizzical things.
We also took the opportunity to invite Julias’ House along to present them with a cheque for money raised during ‘A Moment with Dickens’.
Team 5ers took the first prize, donating their winnings back into DD funds and the chocolates to the next committee meeting.
Some excellent production photos courtesy of Kitty Sansom. A link to the whole Dickens’ Children album is below.
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This is it. Performance week once again.
After a great dress rehearsal on Sunday, we just have a couple of rehearsals to polish up with. Techies are a little scared as, with the ‘get in’ on the same day as the first performance, there is very little time for a proper tech rehearsal. But it’s all fine and they have a plan.
Tickets are available from the Tourist Information office, via Telephone, or the link at the top of the page. Please come and support. Director Dee has done a marvellous job of, not just linking these three pieces together, but also writing a couple of them.
The Jellyby children get stuck in some mischievousness.
Another excellent Dorchester Drama Dickens rehearsal. Just 5 more to go before performance. The Kenwigs enjoy Morleena’s dance at the family anniversary celebration .
Link at the top of the page is now live for tickets.
A few pics of costumes. Only a month to go until curtain up. Keep an eye out for news of tickets soon.
Rehearsals for Dickens Children are going well. Techy things are being organised in the background and planning ahead for whats going to be a ‘get in’ needing military precision and timing.
Who knows what’s going on here. Hopefully a scene from the play. It’s fair to say it looks very dramatic and, after all, that’s the name of the game.