CADOS are very pleased to announce they've received a grant of £1000 from the Co-Operative Group Limited. The supermarket chain raised more money than expected in the last year, and offered the surplus to various charities and good causes across the country.
CADOS Chairman Ian Robinson says "We're delighted to be among the chosen causes, and the money will go to good use. Despite all the money we've spent in the last 18 months, there's still lots to do and every penny counts."
A spending review by the CADOS Committee has highlighted areas that still need work, but this money will go towards the costs of the Rehearsal/Youth Room. This new space was created by the recent building work but needs cabinets, flooring and a ceiling to make it usable.
Ian says "The public don't always see how squeezed we are and this room will give us more storage and room to rehearse. In time, it will enable us to put on bigger and better shows, and hopefully sneak a few more productions in a season."
Other areas highlighted by the group for work are the Foyer (including the "Empire" sign), a new box office system, refurbishment of the wardrobe department, and various finishing touches around the building (such as painting the outside of the back section). Longer-term there are plans for new toilets and maybe a change to the auditorium.
The new "Chorley Little Theatre" sign has been been kindly donated by Poppy Signs and will be going up soon. Keep watching Dole Lane!
Tickets are selling fast for Sleeping Beauty, our spectacular Pantomime. Make sure you don't miss out by calling Malcolm's Musicland 01257 264362 today (a very limited amount are available online). Group Booking rates are also available.
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With Halloween coming up at the weekend, here's some spooky stuff and scarily good offers to get you in the mood!
For The Kids
Thursday afternoon sees the return of After Dark Theatre with their Wolfman Investigations: Curse of the Manic Museum show. Like a live-action cartoon, this all-new show is a funny and thrilling adventure involving audience participation and songs. The gang have been coming to Chorley for several years - fighting Carnival monsters, skeletons, cowboys and aliens. This year Wolfie and his pals face their most villainous villain ever!
If you're unfamiliar with Wolfie and the cast, why not download the free podcasts? Perfect for keeping the kids entertained!
You can also visit Wolfie's website at www.wolfmaninvestigations.co.uk - and don't forget the show at 2.30pm this Thursday 28th. All tickets are just £5
Next year have a return visit from The Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre. The creator, Kev F Sutherland, is also an artist for the Beano and Dandy and will be running a Comics Art Masterclass i n Chorley on the day of the show. Look for details nearer the time, but for now have a read of his Halloween-themed Bash Street Kids comic strip.
For Teens and Adults
On Thursday evening we present an hilarious brand-new show by the After Dark Theatre team in which Dr Dale Seslick returns with the essential guide to How To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse. Mixing improvised comedy and sketches, this award-winning show just might save your life.
from The Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre
Tickets to see the Socks live, priced £8/£6 for 14th May 2011 are on sale now from Malcolm's Musicland 01257 264362 - We Got Tickets - See Tickets
Chorley Empire Community Cinema present Shutter Island this Sunday at 7.30pm. This supernatural thriler stars Leonardo Di Caprio as a US Marshall sent to a mental asylum to investigate the disappearance of a female prisoner. As a hurricane hits the island, things get out of hand as fantasy and reality collide. The film also stars Ben Kingsley, Michelle Williams and Emily Mortimer. It's directed by Martin Scorcese.
Watch the trailer here!
Doors open at 7pm and tickets are £4 on the door. Showing in digital HD with surround sound.
Fancy lightening up after all the spooky stuff? Hollinshead Street Church are doing song-and-dance show A Night On The Town this Saturday night. Featuring a large cast of talented performers, tickets can be purchased from 01257 264394
Don't forget Panto tickets are available now - we'll put them online this week too.
Look at the menu bar above, and you can see we've added a "Group Bookings" form. This can be used for most upcoming live shows, particularly CADOS productions like Sleeping Beauty and Neville's Island. In fact, you can now do a group booking for An Inspector Calls and Oliver Twist too!
Simply fill in the form and we'll get back to you to confirm the booking and let you know how much it will cost. In most cases, we do 1 free ticket for every 10 sold and the minimum group order is 20 tickets.
Films are not valid, and nor are some of our comedy shows, like Richard Herring and Jenny Eclair (sorry about that). If a show's not valid for Group Booking discounts we'll put that on that show's page.
A huge thanks to everyone who's been to Breezeblock Park this week - it's been great to have so many people through the doors.
If you've not seen the show yet, there's still a few tickets left for the final night (Saturday) but you'll have to call Malcolm's Musicland 01257 264362 to guarantee a seat. We've closed the online sales so this is the only way.
Tickets for the Panto are also on sale now, and Group Bookings for our next play, Neville's Island (opens 28th February) - and don't forget the comedy coming up this week!
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