REVIEW: Band of brothers take on the tea queen in classic black comedy packed with laughs
Sudbury Dramatic Society’s The Ladykillers was the tightest showing I have seen from the society, the bond between the five male leads cemented by the central performance by Anthea Halstead as Mrs Wilberforce.
Dauntless attitude gets the cash to make sure the show goes on
In a few days time they will pack away the sparkly frocks, call time on corny jokes, and a year will go by before anyone yells “he’s behind you” at the actors on stage at the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds.
In the summer of 2016 Sudbury Dramatic Society took their production of The Tempest from The Quay Theatre, as part of the anniversary year of Shakespeare’s death, to perform in Spain to an outdoor theatre at Laroles in Las Alpujarras on the southern slopes of the Sierra Nevada.
Sudbury Dramatic Society (SDS) has announced auditions for its May 2017 production of The Ladykillers, based on the Ealing comedy as re-written by Graham Linehan, best known as the author of Father Ted.
Candlelight readings from Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ are to be performed at St Peter’s in Sudbury next week. The readings will be given by Anthony Roberts, director of the Colchester Arts Centre, accompanied by pianist Jamie Cunliffe.