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NODA Award Nominations

1st February 2014

EPMTC are delighted to have been nominated in three categories in the 2014 North West NODA awards. Best Leading Female in a Musical - Jennifer Connah (Swallow in Whistle Down the Wind) Best Staging of a Musical - Whistle Down the Wind (Congratulations to Stage Manager, Dave Molley and Director, Dawn Kennedy) Best Supporting Performance in a Youth Production - Ciera Evans - Cat (Footloose Musicals production of Honk) …

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Open Auditions for Oliver!

9th January 2014

EPMTC will be performing Oliver! at the Floral Pavlion Theatre, New Brighton between 4th and 6th September 2014. Open auditions for children and adult roles for Oliver will take place on Sunday 9th March. Children’s Auditions: Children aged between 8 and 15 and invited to audition.  Children will be required to attend a workshop between 10am and 12pm (some children will be required to stay until 1:15pm if being considered for Oliver and Dodger.  Parents of children wishing to audition should contact us by email to craig@ellesmereportmusicaltheatre.co.uk Adult...…

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My mother said I never should - CAST ANNOUNCEMENT

15th December 2013

Following the open auditions, EPMTC are pleased to announce the casting for My Mother Said I Never Should, which is being performed at the Whitby Hall Studio Theatre in April 2014. Doris Partington - Elaine Cooper Margaret Bradley - Sasha Edge Jackie Metcalfe - Sara Haynes Rosie Metcalfe - Leah Dovey-Evans…

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AUDITIONS - My mother said I never should

10th December 2013

Sunday 15th December 2013 3-5pm Rivacre Valley Primary School Auditions are open to members and new members. My mother said I never should will be performed at Whitby Hall Studio Theatre in April 2014.  For further information email craig@ellesmereportmusicaltheatre.co.uk …

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EPMTC In the Chester Chronicle

2nd December 2013

Hair and beauty students from West Cheshire College helped local actors at the Ellesmere Port Musical Theatre Company take a step back to the 80s.The students helped 40 actors transform their look back to the decade of big hair and bright make-up for the theatre company’s Back to the 80s show. Liz Yarwood, beauty tutor at West Cheshire College, said: “We have previously worked with the society on Whistle Down the Wind performances. Both shows were a huge success which is why we were invited back.“The students did a lot of research on how they can use hair and make-up to transform the cast...…

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NODA Review - Back to the 80's

2nd December 2013

I got a surprise when I got to the civic hall in Ellesmere Port to see “Back to the 80’s” as I had imagined that this was a show mainly featuring 80’s music etc. It turned out to be a musical.. which I must confess I had not heard of. Never mind the resulting show was excellent. The story line and dialogue were pretty predictable but the enthusiasm, talent and sheer exuberance of the cast more than made up for this deficiency. Although not a child of the 80’s or the seventies or even just before that, but let’s not go there; I was pleasantly surprised to remember many of the...…

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