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Wimborne Musical Theatre is pleased to announce the details of our next show!
Music by Dolly Parton
Lyrics by Patricia Resnick
Based on the 20th Century Fox Picture
Originally produced on Broadway by Robert Greenblatt, April 2009
Tuesday 26th to Saturday 30th June 2018
Tel: 01202 885566
**** Tickets now on sale ****
Interested in joining us?
Please contact Sylvia Walpole
The next show is “The Best of the West End” a concert that and features an eclectic mix songs from many of the wonderful musicals that have been on stage in London past and present. Here some WMTS members ‘ dressed up’ for a great song from Oklahoma, but this is just one of over 40 songs they will be performing ranging from solos to full company and some with nifty dance routines as well.
WMTS will be performing The Best of the West End at the Tivoli Theatre in Wimborne on November 18th.There are two performances, at 2.30 and 7.30. Tickets are £14 each (at the 2.30 matinee, Over 60s and Children under 16 are only £12). Tickets can be booked at the Tivoli box office or online.
WMTS invite you to join them and promise …no fisticuffs!!
The next show is “The Best of the West End” a concert that and features an eclectic mix songs from many of the wonderful musicals that have been on stage in London past and present. Here are some WMTS members ‘ dressed up’ for a great song from Annie, but this is just one of over 40 songs they will be performing ranging from solos to full company with some with nifty dance routines as well.
WMTS will be performing The Best of the West End at the Tivoli Theatre in Wimborne on November 18th. There are two performances, at 2.30 and 7.30. Tickets are £14 each (at the 2.30 matinee, Over 60s and Children under 16 are only £12).
Tickets can be booked at the Tivoli box office or online.
WMTS really want you to come otherwise they might actually end on skid row!
We are delighted to announce that our next show (now on sale) is The Best of the West End!
A compilation of popular songs from modern musicals with a touch of nostalgia from the past, including Cabaret, Annie, King and I, Spamalot, West Side Story, Anastasia, Buddy, The Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia and many more, the show promises to have your toes tapping and your memory jogged!
Marilyn Barber for Somerset Live
Sister – it is becoming a habit with this group to produce a well-rehearsed and heartwarming evening of entertainment.
The first half sets the scene for some rousing and joyous songs from the large cast in the second half.
Sharron Pearcy oozes confidence – as she always does – as disco diva Delores who, as a witness to murder, is put into protective custody in a convent.
And the transformation of her appearance gives plenty of opportunity for comedic touches.
Lee Neal has just so much stage presence that he never fails to dominate his scenes, and he almost mesmerising as Curtis, the villain of the piece.
However, it has to be said that he also gets impressive backing from his three stooges, Pablo (John Bounds), TJ (Miles Bailey-Breangaard) and Joey (Bill Mason) whose disco moves are great fun.
Julie Sissons puts just the right amount of authority into the role of Mother Superior with her clear singing voice and excellent diction.
Jemma Cable adds sparkle as the hugely excitable Sister Mary Patrick with Duncan Sayers evoking compassion as the mocked and inept police officer Eddie.
Hermione Mason, with her strong voice is maturing into a very proficient actress who is very at home on the stage.
Accolades too to director Duncan Trew, musical director Alastair Hume – yes there are three instrumentalists – choreographer Suzi Villiers and artistic director Roy Joseph.
And the costumes are pretty good too.
With a cast of 23 it is not possible to mention everyone, but all play their part in making this a musical worth seeing.
It runs until Saturday.
(Originally on Somerset Live)
Linda Kirkman for SceneOne
Thanks to numerous screenings of the film on TV, not to mention a number of theatrical productions of the show in recent years, there can be few people now who are not familiar with the story of a disco diva, Deloris Van Cartier, who witnesses her boyfriend commit murder and, for her own safety, is put into protective custody in the one place she is unlikely to be found – a convent. However, if perchance you’ve been marooned on a TV- and theatre-less desert island and have never come across this heart-warming show, do go along to the Tivoli Theatre this week and catch WMT’s version, because I really don’t think you could see a better production.
From the opening bars of the overture to the final curtain calls, there is never a moment when joie-de-vivre doesn’t bubble off the stage into the auditorium and envelop us all with a warm glow. Much of this comes from Sharron Pearcy’s first-class interpretation of Deloris, a role that suits her to perfection and sets the standard for the evening, but every single person on stage, whether principal or chorus, is a credit to the society and to the production team of Duncan Trew (director), Alastair Hume (musical director) and Suzi DeVilliers (choreographer).
The principals really are as good as they get, with stand-out performances among the excellent nuns from Julie Sissons (Mother Superior) , Hermione Mason (Sister Mary Robert) and Jemma Cable (Sister Mary Patrick). There are strong, reliable performances too from Lee Neal (Curtis) and Phil Evans (Monsignor O’Hara), although the latter’s ‘Irish’ accent does occasionally make his words a little difficult to make out. I also particularly liked Duncan Sayers’s superb characterisation of Eddie, and Miles Bailey-Breandgaard gives an amusing and highly memorable performance as TJ. It isn’t always just those in major roles who make an impression either, and in the opening scene both Sophie Adnett (Michelle) and Georgia Brebner (Tina) have a huge impact with their lovely smiles and super dancing skills.
With good sets and costumes, a great band, superb sound and lighting, excellent singing, great choreography and totally natural performances from all, this production must surely go down as one of WMT’s best – and what I loved most of all was that absolutely everyone seems to be having the time of their life, with not a single glum face to be seen.
There are further performances on 2-5 August at 7.30, with a matinée on Saturday at 2.30pm.
(Originally in published on SceneOne)
Wimborne Musical Theatre will be raising their voices in Sister Act at the Tivoli Theatre from 1 to 5 August.
When disco diva, Deloris Van Cartier, witnesses a murder, she is put in protective custody in the one place the cops are sure she won’t be found: a convent! Disguised as a nun, she finds herself at odds with both the rigid lifestyle and the uptight Mother Superior. Using her unique disco moves and vocal talent to inspire the choir, Deloris breathes new life into the church and community but, in doing so, blows her cover. Soon the gang is giving chase, only to find them up against Deloris and the power of her newly found sisterhood.
Filled with powerful gospel music, outrageous dancing and a truly moving story, Sister Act will have you ready to spread the love around.
Book online via the Tivoli website or call Sylvia on 01202 659425.
Originally published by SceneOne
Members of WMTS paraded in the Corfe Mullen Carnival procession this year to help collect for local good causes and to promote our forthcoming production of “Sister Act” at the Tivoli Theatre, Wimborne from August 1st to 5th.
This is going to be a really great show. To get your tickets click on the ‘Book Now’ box!
WMT is very pleased to announce the creative team for our upcoming production of ‘Sister Act’ will be:
Director: Duncan Trew
Musical Director: Alastair Hume
Choreographer: Suzi de Villiers
Artistic Director: Roy Joseph
We are very pleased to have been able to put together such a strong team and hope you will join us in what, we are sure, will be a super show.