Calamity Jane Musical
by special arrangement with Josef Weinberger
Weds 7th June 2017 to
Sat 10th June 2017
Weds - Sat at 7.30pm &
Sat Matinee at 2.30pm
The Bradford Playhouse
4-12 Chapel Street, Little Germany,Bradford BD1 5DL
Tickets £12.00 (full) & £10.00 (conc)
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Concessions include under 16,over 60, Passport to Leisure holders
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Dick Whittington Pantomime was performed on stage at The Bradford Playhouse 23rd to 27th November 2016
See NODAs review click on Show Info
or Exit Stage Right
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Calamity Jane - presented by special arrangement with Josef Weinberger 7th to 10th June 2017
at The Bradford Playhouse, Chapel Street, Bradford
This musical Western is adapted from the celebrated stage-play and film. ‘Calam’ dresses like a man, totes a gun and drives the Deadwood City stagecoach. Well-meaning, but disaster-prone, she tries to help the local saloon proprietor out of a jam by promising to fetch a music-hall star from Chicago. A hilarious comedy, it nevertheless has many tender moments and some very famous numbers, including Secret Love, Black Hills Of Dakota, Deadwood Stage and Windy City. If you are interested in taking part in this fantastic musical please contact us or come to workshop on Sunday 8th January 2017. It is going to be great and lots of fun.
Workshop and Auditions for Calamity Jane
Sunday 8th January 2017
The Deadwood Stage will be arriving into Bradford on 7th June 2017. Why not join us on the start of its fabulous journey on Sunday 8th January at The Bradford Playhouse 4-12 Chapel Street, Little Germany, Bradford BD1 5DL. Come and meet our wonderful Production Team, Director - Giles Atkinson, Musical Director- Adam Boniface, and Choreographer- Amy Roche-Sheard
'Calam' dresses like a man, totes a gun and drives the Deadwood City stagecoach. Well-meaning, but disaster-prone, she tries to help the local saloon proprietor out of a jam by promising to fetch a music-hall star from Chicago. A hilarious comedy, it nevertheless has many tender moments and some very famous numbers, including "Secret Love", "Black Hills Of Dakota, "Deadwood Stage" and "Windy City".
Workshop with Director, Musical Director and Choreographer 11am - 1pm 8th January 2017
All interested are welcome to come and join in.
Auditions for Principal Parts 2pm-5pm 8th January 2017
Rehearsals start week commencing 16th January 2017 on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings 7.30-10pm at Parkside Community Centre Bradford and Sundays at 2-5pm from April 16th April at St Andrews Church Otley Road, Undercliffe, BRADFORD, BD2 4QP
Production dates Wednesday 7th June 2017 - Saturday 10th June 2017.
Please contact society secretary for audition and show information pack
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What people thought of SPEND SPEND SPEND at Kala Sangam 8 - 11th June 2016
Excert from review by Philip Lickley in The Bradford Review (full review can be found at http://www.thebradfordreview.co.uk/spend-spend-spend/
"Coming out of Spend, Spend, Spend on a damp Saturday night my mood had been lifted both by a musical that tackles many issues in a warm, witty, emotive way alongside some catchy numbers, and the strong performances by the Bradford Players in bringing it to life. All those who saw the show over its five performances would have got a real treat from a production that looked every bit as professional as anything you could get by a bigger group, with the core cast and chorus throwing all their energy into the performances supported by some very detailed set, prop, lighting and musical work. The cast looked like they were having a ball on stage and this enthusiasm passed over to the audience. An absolute joy."
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"Came to see the matinee performance of Spend Spend Spend. Everyone is to be congratulated on a fabulous performance beautifully portrayed. What a lovely little theatre it lended itself completely to the production. Looking forward to "Brassed Off". Keep them coming. THANK YOU" by Anne Griffin
"I laughed, I cried, I danced, I sang .... I heckled! It was absolutely fantastic .... beats anything I have seen at the Alhambra so far! Totally professional and resonated totally with Yorkshire life .... even today! Well done!" by Irene Young
Excert of the REVIEW of OUR HOUSE by Philip Lickley
"With summer finally here there’s nothing that says getting into the season than by listening to the music of Madness and thanks to a production of 2002 ‘Our House’ jukebox musical performed by the Bradford Players in the Playhouse I could. This high energy and riotous show put on by the local amateur dramatic group over five performances in June felt like the sun had come out in the auditorium thanks to the energetic dance routines, fun well performed songs and a cast thoroughly enjoying themselves.
The Bradford Players delivered the goods with their version of ‘Our House’. Taking what is already a much loved band with a much loved discography, their take on it was full of energy, with high-octane choreography, visual set pieces and prop work and a cast and band that worked together to bring the story and songs to life. If anyone asks me now when summer began in 2015 it was with that Saturday night in the Playhouse."