Volunteers needed for Station Theatrical Society

  |  Published: Mar 11th 2016
The cast of The Wind in the Willows
The cast of The Wind in the Willows

Halton Amateur Theatrical Society, HATS, have just completed a successful year, and are looking forward to another one with auditions starting soon for a drama in May and The Frog Prince Pantomime auditions starting in September to go to stage in the early new year.

Their last presentation, the pantomime The Wind In The Willows was sold out every night with local Cub and Scout groups. It had all the famous characters, Mole, Badger, Toad and Ratty Rat.

The Club is looking to entice more members along to their club nights on a Tuesday at the Theatre where they get together for a social, and more importantly, children between the ages of five and 18. When at the club they will be cared for by chaperones, given refreshments, and there are no rehearsals through the two weeks Christmas Break in December.

The Club is very much a family-oriented place with military children making up half of the numbers. There is a massive wardrobe selection, mostly made by the members, and for the last pantomime the make up was done by Aylesbury College trainees.

Luka Waycott from the Station Photographic Section, said: “The place is such a comfortable and friendly place to be that we don’t often have problems with nerves and the script can change from performance to performance with ad-libbing.

Military members are needed to keep the Club running and at the moment the Club’s military members are Andy Goodall from the Regional Rehab Unit and and Steve Mitchell from ACS. 

If you would like more information contact Andy, Steve or Luka in the photographic section on x 6117.

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