Nunsense – Launch & Audition Details

We’re proud and VERY excited to share with you our launch & audition details for our upcoming production of Nunsense at Copthorne Village Hall on 4th, 5th and 6th July 2019.

Directed by Sister Jacquie Perry and Musically Directed by Brother Shaz Dudhia, Dan Goggin’s heavenly musical promises to be silly, sweet, downright hilarious and certainly not one to be missed.

Want to be involved, on stage or off? Join our creative team and find out all about the show on the 18th February 2019 at Copthorne Village Hall from 19:45.

Auditions will follow two weeks after – 4th March at 19:45.

Please share with your friends, family & co-workers! Any questions in the meantime can be directed to us here.

“Though we’re on our way to heaven, we’re here to raise some hell!”

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Director: Sister Jacquie Perry
Producer: Brother Ross McLennan
Musical Director: Brother Shaz Dudhia

One Night Only 2018 – 14th July 2018

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Fiddler on the Roof – Launch Workshop and Audition Dates

We have now published our full character roles and descriptions ahead of our launch on Sunday 22nd April. You can click here to download them.

Fiddler on the Roof – November 2018 – LAUNCHING SOON

A Fiddler on the Roof. Sounds crazy, no? The opening lines of what I think is the best musical ever. Forget the film, with its overlay of Hollywood schmaltz, the musical itself has everything a musical should, which is why it’s so popular with casts and audiences alike. Despite the strength of its central characters, Tevye the story-telling milkman, Golde his wife, his three unmarried daughters and their spouses to be, it’s essentially an ensemble piece, the chorus is all. They sing great numbers, dance great dances, they present the village of unforgettable characters. Singers, dancers, actors, young, old, we need as many as we can fit on the Chequer Mead stage (and that’s a lot!).

It’s funny, catchy, tragic and uplifting. A chocolate with a serious centre. Come and play…

Get the dates in your diary now! 21st-24th November 2018. Want to be involved? Watch this space!


Dick Whittington 8 – 11 February 2018

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Little Shop of Horrors at Chequer Mead, October 2017

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This classic rock musical has a great doo-wop feel with a lively Motown beat, wrapped around a terrific, out of this world story – a mix of 50’s sci-fi, a poignant love story and a hungry plant with a deep voice!

The story centres around a florist shop on Skid Row – a seedy part of New York.  Three girls, Crystal, Chiffon and Ronnette, resemble a Greek chorus to narrate the story to the audience and characters through song and dialogue.  They are hip, sassy and smart – often singing with a secret smile that says “we know something you don’t know”.  But at the centre is Seymour Krelborn, who is now falling in love with down-trodden Audrey while he acquires a plant that makes strange demands of him.

Great songs!  Terrific dancing! A story to melt your heart ……. and a plant ………



Thursday 5th October – 7.30pm

Friday 6th October – 7.30pm

Saturday 7th October – 2.30pm

Saturday 7th October – 7.30pm

Tickets £15 (concessions £13.50)


Books and lyrics by Howard Ashman.

Music by Alan Menken.

Based on the film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith.

Originally produced by at the Orpheum Theatre, New York City by the  WPA Theatre, David Geffen, Cameron Mackintosh and the Shubert Organization.

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Joseph Weinberger Ltd on behalf of Music Theatre International of New York

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Old Tyme Music Hall

Launch night:  Monday 27th February 2017, 8pm at the Copthorne Village Hall


Little Shop of Horrors Auditions

Monday, 6th February 2017 at the Copthorne Village Hall.  Follow the link for more details.

Old Tyme Music Hall, May 2017

Launch night Monday 27th February, 8.00pm at the Copthorne Village Hall  (flyer)