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11 August 2020

Annual General Meeting 2020

Annual General Meeting

Thursday 3rd September 2020 @ 7.30pm
Annual General Meeting

 
This is our rescheduled AGM meeting originally planned for March. As a registered charity we are required to hold an annual AGM and submit our records to the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator by the end of September.  This requirement has not changed.
 
At the AGM we'll provide our report on activities in 2019, an update on how the recent circumstances have affected the club this year, and our plans looking ahead into 2021.  We'll also provide the usual update on finances and the accounts.
 
We are always looking for new members to join the committee to allow us to continue putting on productions to the high standard we are known for. Our club members have a wide range of talents, from acting, singing, set painting, costume making, lighting and sound, painting, set construction and prop making. If you feel you can help us in any way, whether back stage or on stage we still need you for when we're allowed to get back to some normality!
 
The AGM will run from 7.30pm.  Due to the current restrictions the AGM will take place in the hall and we will ensure that appropriate social distancing is maintained.  We are also asking all those attending to let us know by completing the online registration form.  We hope you'll be able to come along and look forward to seeing you there.
 
Kerwin Robertson
Chairman
Culter Theatre Club
 

Categories: AGM


8 August 2020

We'll be back in 2021!

We look forward to seeing you all again in 2021 - Stay Safe

As you'll all appreciate, Culter Theatre Club has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown and social distancing requirements like everyone else. 

The committee had been waiting to to see how the situation developed over the last few months, however we have now had to take the hard decision not to put on our Christmas Panto in 2020.  This would have been our 30th year.

The health and safety of our audience, cast and crew was paramount in this decision.  Auditions and panto rehearsals would start in just a couple of weeks time, however with social distancing in place these would be impossible for us in practical terms.  Additionally if at any time anyone became ill, they, and potentially the whole cast/crew would have to self isolate for fourteen days - this may even be the case right through show time.  With the existing social distancing rules our seated capacity would be reduced by 80%, all of which makes it unsustainable to put on a production this year and led us to this decision.

We are very much hoping to be able to put on a show in Summer next year, and of course all being well our 30th panto after that - which will be bigger and better than ever!  We'd like to take this opportunity to thank all our supporters, young and old, and we very much look forward to seeing you all in 2021!  In the meantime we will be having a (socially distanced) AGM in September - further details to follow soon.

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