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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 31 YEARS MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! C A D S COCKERMOUTH AMATEUR DRAMATICS SOCIETY PREP AND REHEARSALS!


It may often feel in autumn that not much is happening in CADS, there are no public performances taking place, little publicity and a general air of quiet but nothing could be further from the truth. Preparations and rehearsals are underway for plays this winter and next spring and summer and the ever- popular pantomime in January.


Bob Pritchard, Chris George and Len Wainwright in CADS' Christmas Crackers, 1984. By kind permission of Greg Greenhalgh.


Incredibly, next year will mark 35 years of CADS and almost 130 plays performed. Some members who were there at the beginning are still going, including Bob Pritchard of course, who set up the society in the first place and got things started in 1984 with a revue entitled Christmas Crackers. All these years later, he is still going strong and working on the 2019 pantomime. Other members have since come, stayed a while and then moved on or remained to grow older with those founding members. Fortunately, the last few years have also seen an influx of lively new members, many of whom will be performing in the coming season and not just performing. For every play that goes on, there is a small army of helpers using skills in making costumes, making props, building sets, designing publicity, stage managing, operating lights, creating sound effects, providing music, choreographing dances and directing the actors. However, there is always room for more and new actors are always welcome, but it is not necessary to want to be in the limelight in order to play a vital role.


Further information on ALL CADS activities at enquiries@cadscockermouth.co.uk or visit CADS Facebook page www.facebook.com/baCADS/


Alison Shutt


HAIR SALON WANTED


In the Cockermouth and Maryport Area


Telephone 07718221812


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK COCKERMOUTH SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE CLUB


Our new term is well underway for both adults and young people but there are still places for anyone wishing to join us. Autumn is the best time to start as the classes begin from the basics.


A group of our more experienced dancers attended a day school at RSCDS Dumfries, brilliantly taught by Angela Young from Perth. After two classes followed by an evening dance, our legs were well exercised. The magic ingredient of superb Scottish music (reels, jigs and strathspeys) provided by Susan McFadyen from Ayrshire and her band kept us on our toes.


In Cockermouth, we only have the luxury of live music at our dances and the bands come down from Scotland, travelling considerable distances. For classes, we have to rely on CDs and technology.


Nothing beats live music and it would be amazing if a reader would come forward and offer to play for us. The most suitable instrument would be an accordion, keyboard or a violin.


We cannot emphasise enough how effective Scottish dancing is for keeping both body and mind active, so do think about coming along!


Take a look at our banner at Goodfellow Tyres in Sainsbury’s car park, or for more information contact


Marion on 01900 817045 Angela on 016973 20082 or email


cockermouthyouthscd@talktalk.net Marion Monckton


DO YOU WANT TO RUN YOUR OWN SALON?


Opportunities available in Cockermouth


Also Stylist Positions available Telephone: 07718221812


ISSUE 430 | 18 OCTOBER 2018 | 34


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