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See the North Devon premiere of Mack and Mabel in Ilfracombe in October 2010

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.

For more details and cast photos visit see-this.co.uk regularly.

Performances will take place at the Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe, North Devon on:

8.00pm Thursday 14 October 2010
8.00pm Friday 15 October 2010
2.30pm Saturday 16 October 2010
8.00pm Saturday 16 October 2010

Call the Landmark box office on 01271 324242 or book tickets online.
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For details of all other Studio Theatre productions and activities visit studiotheatreonline,org.uk

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Restart

Oh, What a Lovely War! Hm.

The Vicar of Dibley, hm.

Christmas, hm.

And now a New Year.

Hm.

Life has been busy. Even Christmas has been busy . . . with family and friends, with sorting out all the accumulated things to sort out that have piled up because of work and theatre, work and theatre and life and everything else.

So it’s not been much of a rest, which I usually like at this time of year, but it feels great to be in control again. There is hectic and hectic and I prefer hectic to hectic, although control is even more preferable.

And I did relax a bit . . .

. . . on Woolacombe beach.

So now I aim to write more and add more to the novel.

I hope you had a good Christmas too and wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.

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The Vicar of Dibley returns to Ilfracombe for December 2009

Once again, Ilfracombe in North Devon will be offering audiences in search of special entertainment something fresh and new for Christmas when Small Pond Production’s original cast from their 2007 UK amateur stage premiere re-assemble for a new stage version of the Vicar of Dibley on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th December 2009 at the Landmark Theatre.

Based on three different episodes of the popular BBC TV series written by Richard Curtis & Paul Mayhew Archer,  and presented by special arrangement with the writers and Tiger Aspect Productions, the stage show features Debbie Hadley as the Vicar supported by Pamela Beecham, Mike Bennett, Laurence Butler, Tony Scarratt, Ted Turner, Elena Wright and Robert Zarywacz and is directed by Lee Baxendale.

Book tickets for performances on the Landmark web site:

Buy 10 tickets, get 1 free
Only available for evening performances by calling the box office (not online).

or call the box office on 01271 324242.

For more details and cast photos, visit the Small Pond Productions Vicar of Dibley web site at dibleyonstage.co.uk.

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Small Pond Productions presents It’s Christmaaas at the Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe

It wouldn’t be Christmas in Ilfracombe without a festive show at the Landmark Theatre. After last year’s smash-hit production of The Vicar of Dibley, this year Small Pond Productions presents It’s Christmaaas, a home-grown mix of song, dance and comedy for the whole family on Friday 19th and Saturday 20th December.

Its Christmaaas at the Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe

It's Christmaaas at the Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe

Book your tickets today by calling the box office on 01271 324242 or book online at www.northdevontheatres.org.uk. All tickets £9.

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Summer Showtime in Ilfracombe

Small Pond Productions' Summer Showtime @ The Landmark Pavilion, Ilfracombe, North DevonThe perfect holiday night out for the whole family

After its success with The Vicar of Dibley, Small Pond Productions returns with a brand new weekly Monday-night summer show.

Packed with toe-tapping show-tunes, mystical magic and cheeky seaside comedy, Summer Showtime also features a live band plus a full-supporting company and is a truly great night out for all the family to enjoy.

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