Next up, Enid What character do you play in Act Your Age?Pat What’s your character like?My character is a jack of all trades Are you similar to your character?I suppose I am similar in a way in as much as I like “tinkering about” What’s your favourite line in the show?I don’t really have a […]
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Anne now takes a turn answering questions 1. What character do you play in Act Your Age?Valerie, owner of a Celebrity clinic 2. What’s your character like?Business woman, trying to get it right 3. Are you similar to your character?Don’t think so! 4. What’s your favourite line in the show?‘Yeah, life’s a bitch and then […]
It’s Maureen’s turn for a grilling What character do you play in Act Your Age?Angela, an ageing nymphomaniac What’s your character like?Man mad of course, thinks she is sophisticated, attitude can by quite cutting Are you similar to your character?ABSOLUTELY NOT, although some of my fellow luvvies seem to think I was made for the […]
It’s Mike Earle’s turn to be grilled What character do you play in Act Your Age?Mario What’s your character like?The Italian Lothario – flambouyant and full of himself! Are you similar to your character?No – I’m completely cast against type this time! (?) What’s your favourite line in the show?“Aren’t we doing it right (being […]
Beth Wright is our next cast member to be put under the spotlight What character do you play in Act Your Age?Betty What’s your character like?Once a servant in stately homes she is mistaken for an ageing courtesan. Are you similar to your character?I’ve never been mistaken for a courtesan, so that would be a […]
Our next cast member to share their thoughts on Act Your Age is Sue Riley What character do you play in Act Your Age?I play the character Iris in the show. What’s your character like? She appears to be one of the Old folks being rather eccentric and carrying her doll Looby Lou around with her […]
Tickets for Act Your Age are selling fast with Friday night already sold out. But don’t panic, tickets are still available for the Wednesday night and both Saturday shows. Tickets are available securely online by clicking the image above.
In the first of our cast profiles we ask Eileen Marran about her Act Your Age character What character do you play in Act Your Age?I play Joan What’s your character like? Joan is a bit dozy and needs the loo a lot Are you similar to your character?I am beginning to get like her […]
Tickets are now on sale for our upcoming show Act Your Age. Click on the image above to take you through to the Box Office
Well, time is ticking on and rehearsals are in full swing as the picture above shows. Cast members are rehearsing the Act 1 closing number “I Wanna Be A Celebrity” although this looks more like I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!
Wetherby Musical Theatre Group are once again looking for sponsors for the show programme. This year’s big show is Act Your Age. Prices are below. This will include the entry in the programme and a logo and link on our supporters page for 12 months from the end of the show (for Quarter, Half and […]
Here’s a quick look at what some of our cast got up to at the weekend. Posing in robes for The Wetherby News photographer on a cold, wet and dreary day wasn’t what our amateur thespians signed up for, but the show must go! Smiles were abundant and the Wetherby & District Camera Club helped with […]
I am delighted to announce the merger of two theatre groups: Linton Drama Group and Wetherby Musical Theatre Group, both of whom have been entertaining audiences in the Wetherby and Linton area for a number of years. Historically, the Linton Drama group has performed plays, whereas Wetherby Musical Theatre Group has focused on musicals. The […]
Only 82 days to go until opening night. The choreography is being put together with the well rehearsed songs. Press photoshoot is booked. Programme and posters are being designed. We’re getting excited…are you?!
My first love of theatre came as quite a small child when, being the only daughter of musical parents, I got dragged along to all sorts of rehearsals for concerts shows etc, which I loved, but I soon learned that the most interesting ones, for me, were the ones that had music, movement, dancing and […]