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C A D S COCKERMOUTH AMATEUR DRAMATICS SOCIETY NEW SEASON UNDERWAY!


September. So many firsts! First morning frosts, first turning leaves and for Cockermouth Amateur Dramatics Society, (CADS), the first rehearsals for two major upcoming productions – William Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, and our January panto extravaganza, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.


One of The Bard’s later plays, The Winter’s Tale has across history, proved difficult to classify. Once thought of as a comedy, it is often now grouped with Shakespeare’s romances. Its first three acts are full of intense drama, but the play includes riotous comic moments, elements of fantasy and finally provides a happy ending. There really is something for everybody. It will be performed in November at the Kirkgate Centre and also at Rosehill Theatre in Whitehaven.


In those dark days of January, when all the mince pies have finally disappeared, everyone really needs something to lift them out of the post-festive doldrums. Enter Snow White and her delightful entourage of dwarves. CADS’ panto is always something you miss at your peril, but this year it promises to be more fun than ever.


As you may imagine, the actors, directors and production teams are going to be very busy.


Meanwhile, the monthly Play-Reading, which took its summer break last month, is back. On the first Wednesday of every month, CADS members and non-members meet up to read through a play – just as the name suggests! It’s an excellent introduction to CADS because there is absolutely no pressure. You can read, or not – that’s your choice and at the very least, it’s a night out, in a friendly atmosphere where you can meet new people. No invitation necessary; just come along to the Bush Pub for a 7.30pm start in the upstairs room. The 5th September play is Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller.


CADS is always looking for new members to fulfil a wide variety of roles – acting and non-acting. Contact us through Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/baCADS/


Alison Shutt


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