It's that time of year again, and tickets are now on sale for the annual Culter Panto! This year we're putting on Aladdin at Culter Village hall from 5th to 8th December. Don't delay as tickets sell fast!
“When the princess Yasmin ventures out of the palace on her own, she meets Aladdin the street urchin, and love is in the air, but what will his mum, Widow Twankey, and his brother, Wishy-Washy think? And more importantly what will the Emperor's reaction be!?
Meanwhile the evil wizard Abanazer is on a quest to find a magic lamp that will grant his every desire, and he needs Aladdin to help him - but he definitely isn't about to share the prize!”
With loads of laughs, and a script specially written by our very own Culter Theatre Club members, this show promises to be a hilarious magic carpet ride of fun for all ages!
Tickets are available online with payment by debit or credit card. Alternatively, you may purchase tickets in person from Culter Village Hall. Please note that once booked, tickets cannot be refunded.
Organisation Group Bookings
If you're booking for a large organisation group, and would like to pay by cheque or bank transfer, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your requirements and we'll be happy to help you out.
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Categories: Aladdin | Panto | Tickets
This year our Christmas panto will be "Aladdin", and as usual that means it's almost time to get started with rehearsals!
Ever thought you'd like to have a go on stage? Well now's the time to come along to the Aladdin auditions and show us your stuff. This year our Aladdin script has been written by some of our very talented theatre club members, Mary Sommerville and Kerwin Robertson, so you can get yourselves ready for some hilarious jokes and situations, hand crafted for our Culter audience!
Whether you want one of the main parts, a supporting role, or just to be one of our great chorus, young or old, we'd love for you to come along.
Thursday 23rd or Tuesday 28th August
Culter Village Hall
PLEASE NOTE - YOU MUST ATTEND ON-TIME FOR THE APPROPRIATE SPOT:
- Children aged 10-12 years: 7:30pm
- Children aged 13-16 years: 8:15pm
- Adults & Over 16s: 9:00pm
Please can you download, complete and bring along a performance registration form. There are some forms available on the night, but children must have an adult with them to sign it, and it will save time if you have yours completed and ready!
Excerpts from the script, songs and dances will be available on the night (you don't have to memorise anything!). There are parts to suit everyone! Interested in a part? These are the available characters:
- Aladdin, our hero. A happy-go-lucky chap, Female
- Abanazar the evil wizard. Male
- Yasmin, the princess. A sheltered but feisty young woman. Female
- Widow Twankey, the dame. Male
- Wishy Washy. Aladdin’s dim brother. Male
- The Emperor, Yasmin’s dad. Male
- Sweet Honey. The Emperor’s handmaiden. Speaks Doric Female
- Maya, a pet panther. Female/Male
- Ping, Sgt. Not the smartest of policemen. Speaks Doric, Male/Female
- Pong, PC. The underling who likes to point out his boss’s mistakes. Speaks Doric, Male/Female
- Genie of the Lamp. Male
- Genie of the Ring. Female
- Dr Who, the new female Dr Who - Female
- Chorus , footmen , villagers and jewel dancers. Male/Female
- Possible role for small child as shrunken Wishy Washy.
Want to help out backstage? Come along and introduce yourself on one of the audition nights, and let us know what you're interested in!
Categories: Auditions | Aladdin | Panto
You may have noticed our new Culter Theatre Club logo, which is now on our Facebook, Twitter and Website. For many years we'd just used a basic "theatre masks" icon to represent the club, but recently we decided we should have our very own logo!
The new logo uses the letters "CTC" in a bold design that shows everything linked together. The red colour stands for the stage curtains, the yellow the stage lights, and the purple for the Grampian mountains. The black areas are also an integral part of the logo - as they represent our amazing back stage crew and all the people who work away without being seen. In our logo they're right there making the rest of the logo work and just as important as all the rest.
We've also launched our new website, with a fresh new theme that is mobile friendly. Our previous site had stood us well for many years, but didn't work well on mobile phones, whereas our new design should be much better when displayed on either a desktop, tablet or phone!