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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 31 YEARS by Emma Rydal C A D S COCKERMOUTH AMATEUR DRAMATICS SOCIETY THERE’S PLENTY GOING ON!


We will perform excerpts from our successful May production, The Bench, at Cockermouth Live! in the last weekend of June and it’s not to be missed.


We’re currently planning our 2018/19 season starters, Shakespeare’s Winter’s Tale for November and the Pantomime, Snow White, for January.


To celebrate, CADS will host a Season Launch which is open to all. There will be information on all the new shows of the season, with members there to chat with. Whether you enjoy acting, prefer being a star behind the scenes, or just want to find out more and eat cake, come and join us.


Our hugely successful professionally-run workshops, part-funded by Cumbria County Council, have attracted people from all over Cumbria. In the latest workshop, actor Toby Gaffney, will introduce the art of Stage Combat. Ever wondered just how the tough guys do it? Here’s your chance to find out.


Finally, our last production – Laura Wade’s Colder Than Here, a moving story of a woman with cancer, saw audience members laughing and weeping. Director Len Wainwright elicited nuanced performances from a talented team of actors.


In association with


Saturday 21st July 7.30pm


Kirkgate Arts Centre Cockermouth


Belinda Hamblin and Ian McCall in Colder than Here


Interested in theatre? CADS are keen to recruit. Everyone is welcome, whatever your level of experience.


Opportunities are there for acting, directing, or being part of the production team.


Visit FB @bacads Dates for your Diary


30th June - Cockermouth Live! St. Joseph’s Church Hall, 2.00pm-4.00pm


8th July - Season Launch Friends Meeting House, 4.00pm-6.00pm


14th July - Stage Combat Friends Meeting House, 10.00am-4.30pm. Booking and Payment required to secure your place, £8.00 members; £15.00 non-members. Book via jacq76horgan@gmail.com


15th July - Pantomime Auditions Snow White Friends Meeting House, 2.00pm. Parts for all ages. Rehearsals Sunday afternoons from September. Further information from bobandlizp1@btinternet.com or at our Season Launch.


Alison Shutt INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK ISSUE 426 | 23 JUNE 2018 | 16


Box Office 01900 826448


Tickets £12/£8 kirkgatearts.org.uk


Monday 6th - Saturday 11th August 7.30pm


Theatre By The Lake Keswick


Box Office 017687 74411


Tickets £15 theatrebythelake.com


Directed by Peter Macqueen It’s Wine O Clock! When do you stop?


Imogen and Rich don’t care if the glass is half full or half empty, as long there is wine in it that’s what’s important. That’s how they unwind, how they party, how they deal with the stresses of life; young children, high powered jobs. But after twenty years of drinking to excess, Imogen is having second thoughts. She’s tired of waking up with an unexplained bruise, tired of beating herself up when she’s drunk too much, tired of being tired, but is it enough? When life has become so intertwined with the powerful nectar is it easy to break away, or do relationships start to unravel? Perhaps a wake-up call is all she needs?


‘witty, funny and engaging’.


Soaked opened in 2017 to a sell out audience, don’t miss the second run of this unnerving play.


www.laalmarra.co.uk SOAKED


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