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COMING SOON....

Godspell

Wednesday 16th to Saturday 19th November 

The Barrington Theatre, Ferndown

Stephen Schwartz's ground-breaking take on the the life and teachings of Jesus, based on the Gospel according to St. Matthew.

Tickets will be on sale soon.

Would you like to join us?

With famous songs including "Day by Day, Turn Back, O Man and Bless the Lord, Godspell is a unique show with a number of fantastic roles up for grabs.

Why not come along and find out more at the presentation evening at The Spire on Tues 7th June at 7.30pm. 


Presentation & Workshop evening: Tuesday 7th June at The Spire
Auditions: Tuesday 21st June at The Spire

Performances

Wednesday 16th-Saturday 19th November 2022, 7:30pm with a Saturday Matinee 2:30pm

Tickets £15, available from The Barrington, or online from Ticketsource soon.

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Summer Cocktail

Friday 25th & Saturday 26th June 2022

The Spire, High Street, Poole

Presented by both The Players and The Singers at The Spire, Summer Cocktail is our annual eclectic mix of scenes and songs not to be missed. 

Performances

Friday 25th June at 7:30pm

Saturday 26th June at 2:30pm & 7:30pm

Tickets £10, available from The Spire Office, or online from Ticketsource

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Sing For The Summer

Saturday 9th July 2022

St Mark's Church, Talbot Woods, Wallisdown

Join The P&P Singers as we celebrate the summer with music and a two-course supper at St Mark’s Church in Talbot Village, Wallisdown.

Our delectable programme includes songs to satisfy every taste: from Elton John to Gilbert and Sullivan, The Beatles to Billy Joel, My Fair Lady and La La Land.

Tickets includes a sumptuous two course meal, including a main (vegetarian alternative available) and dessert. There will also be a bar offering suitable summer refreshment. 

Please note the start time is 7pm

Performances

Saturday 9th July at 7:00pm

Tickets £15, available online from Ticketsource

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InSpire Daytime Voices

Our community choir InSpire Daytime Voices is back every Tuesday from 10:15am-12pm. 

Current Term runs Tuesday 07/06/2022 -  Tuesday 12/07/2022. We then take our Summer break and will return on Tuesday 6/9/2022. We run Term time only, please call if you're unsure.

We welcome new members to join us at any rehearsals and once you have become a member of P&P (£6 per year), your sessions are totally flexible and cost £5 per week pay as you go.

If you need any more information

Email daytimevoices@pandp.org.uk or Phone Clare on 07956 996656

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Established as Parkstone Vocal and Instrumental Society in 1919, P&P’s Musical Theatre Society has grown

to become one of the best known 

musical theatre companies in the

Bournemouth and Poole area.

 

They have performed a variety of shows from Oliver, to 42nd Street, Sweeney Todd, to Jesus Christ Superstar as well

as their famous Autumn Concerts & smaller cabaret performances

across the region.

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The Players was set up in 2005 for members who enjoy performing (and audiences who enjoy watching)

straight plays.

The Players have had huge success with

 plays such as Rebecca, Steel Magnolias and A Bunch of Amateurs as well as our regular Summer Cocktails and Evening of One Act Plays, even performing a show penned by one of their own members; Changing Fortunes.

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P&P’s resident choir The Singers was founded in 1998, originally for members of the Musicals section who wanted to sing but not to dance.

They have since become well-renowned for their precision, close harmonies and eclectic programmes.

Under the musical direction of Jane McDouall, The Singers perform at a variety of venues and events across Dorset.

"When it comes to song and dance spectaculars there is no-one to beat this company... The staging, costumes and performance
really were as good as it gets..."

— Linda Kirkman, Bournemouth Echo