See photos of Studio Theatre’s and Small Pond Production’s forthcoming North Devon premiere of Mack and Mabel at the Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe on 14-16 October 2010.
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Small Pond Productions and Studio Theatre are staging the North Devon premiere of Mack and Mabel at the Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe on Thursday 14, Friday 15 and Saturday 16 October 2010. This is the major production of 2010 and is being funded solely by the two companies.
However, the cost of staging such a big production – with a large cast, orchestra, a large backstage and support team and professional stage set – is considerable.
To help us bring this high quality production to North Devon, we seek sponsorship from local businesses to support it.
£40 sponsorship of principal cast member with business contact details printed in programme and repeated with a clickable link to sponsor’s web site from studiotheatronline.org.uk
£15 sponsorship of company member with business contact details printed in programme and repeated with a clickable link to sponsor’s web site from studiotheatronline.org.uk
Bigger sponsorship oppportunities – eg stage set – available by agreement.
Ilfracombe and North Devon businesses have always been generous in their support of the companies’ productions and we are grateful for all support provided.
To sponsor Mack and Mabel, please complete and return our sponsorship PDF below or call Robert Zarywacz on 07971 176044.
Studio Theatre and Small Pond Productions present the North Devon premiere of Mack and Mabel in October 2010.
Out of the silent movie era and the heady heights of 1920s Hollywood a, the classic musical Mack and Mabel features the Keystone Kops and bathing beauties. Classic songs include: Time Heals Everything, Look What Happened to Mabel, Tap Your Troubles Away and I Won’t Send Roses.
From the writer of Hello, Dolly! and Le Cage Aux Folles.
Directed by Lee Baxendale. Choreographed by Pamela Beecham.
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Performances will take place at the Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe, North Devon on:
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Now, a lot of people criticise the Landmark Theatre, calling it a blot on the landscape or looking like a nuclear power station, but for any faults with its external appearance (apparently, the choice of brick used causes an unsightly lichen to turn its cones black!), ‘Madonna’s Bra’ is a wonderful facility for any town, let alone a small seaside town.
From Thursday 16th to Saturday 18th October 2008, two Ilfracombe theatrical groups, Small Pond Productions and Studio Theatre, will be staging a spectacular version (we think) of Me And My Girl. With a hired stage set, a cast of 37 and an 11-piece band, it should be a great evening’s entertainment.
I’m biased, of course, because I’m playing Parchester, the family solicitor, but I genuinely do think this will be a great show and appeal to many people with such songs as The Sun Has Got His Hat On, Leaning On a Lamppost and The Lambeth Walk. Oi!
Book your tickets from the Landmark Theatre box office.
8.00pm Thursday 16th October 2008 – tickets £10
8.00pm Friday 17th October 2008 – tickets £12
2.30pm Saturday 18th October 2008 – tickets £10
8.00pm Saturday 18th October 2008 – tickets £12
Book your group to see Me and My Girl
Book 10 tickets for any performance and get 11th ticket free.
Thursday 16th evening and Saturday matinée 18th October performances only – for groups of 20 or more – all seats £8.50 – call the Landmark Theatre box office on 01271 324242 and book your group now.
Book and lyrics by L. Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber. Music by Noel Gay. Book revised by Stephen Fry. Contributions by Mike Ockrent.
Originally produced at the Adelphi Theatre by Richard Armitage.
Subsequently produced at the Marquis Theatre, New York City by Richard armitage, Terry Allen Kramer, James M. Nederlander and Stage Promotions Ltd & Co.
A stunning production
If you have seen Studio Theatre’s production of Hello Dolly! and Small Pond’s production of Vicar of Dibley, you will know the high production values we aspire to in acting, singing, dancing, performance, costume and set. Me and My Girl promises to be a stunning production directed by Lee Baxendale and featuring the talented members of both companies.
Book now for a marvellous musical evening of entertainment from one of the best shows ever written.