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Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society

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8th & 9th May 2020 – Let’s Celebrate!

A celebration of VE DayProduced and Directed by Lesley and Mike Wonnacott.For anyone wanting to be involved onstage or backstage, please come to the Theatre at 7:30pm on Tuesday 10th March 2020 for information or to join in.

23rd – 25th April & 30th April – 2nd May 2020 – What The Butler Saw

by Joe Orton by arrangement with Samuel French Ltd. "A comedy classic of English Literature", THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPHSet in a psychiatric clinic, the riotous comedy WHAT THE BUTLER SAW tells the story of Doctor Prentice's practice undergoing Government inspection by...

23rd May 2020 – Brassed Off

Up Close Theatre bring their show BRASSED OFF to HATS Theatre for one night only.BRASSED OFF by Mark Herman, Adapted for the stage by Paul Allen23rd May 20207:30pmTickets available from HBH Woolacotts, Holsworthy Square or online www.ticketsource.co.uk/upclosetheatre...

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Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society
Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society
Social distancing getting you down already? Already watched all the good stuff on Netflix?
https://www.digitaltheatre.com seems to be the 'Netflix of the Theatre'
For a subscription of £10 a month (more than a HATS ticket but less than a West End ticket) you can access some fab theatre shows.
The site seems to work alongside theatres and companies like The Old Vic, The Young Vic, Frantic Assembly, The Globe, The Almeida and the RSC alongside many others bringing you awesome content, so why not discover a new show today!
Please do read the Terms and Conditions though to make sure you understand what you're subscribing to.
HATS is in no way affiliated to Digital Theatre, and is merely 'passing on' info that may be of use to our audiences.
Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society
Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society
🎭 Although so many theatres are closing their doors due to coronavirus, there is a little light in these times of darkness.
One theatre company has released, for free, a version of The Wind in The Willows musical, recorded at the London Palladium in 2017, so feel free to get your 'theatre fix' here - not a patch on HATS' 1988 take on Kenneth Grahame's Wind in the Willows story though 😉
Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society
Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society
In line with the current Government advice to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, we have reluctantly decided to postpone HATS' forthcoming April/May productions of What The Butler Saw and Let's Celebrate.

As much as we would love to put on these shows to brighten up our lives in these unknown and difficult times, the safety and wellbeing of our cast, crew, members, patrons and wider community are of utmost importance.

We hope to be in a position to stage a production later in the year to bring some cheer and a good old laugh, and will, of course, keep you updated.

In the meantime, we thank you for your support.

Please keep safe, and we hope to see you soon.

HATS Committee
Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society
Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society
A gentle reminder: the drop off space at the front of the theatre and the land at the rear are owned by HATS and are private property. PLEASE DO NOT PARK HERE at any time, day or night, unless on theatre business.
Thank you.
Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society
Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society
HATS AND CORONAVIRUS

Here at Holsworthy Theatre, we, like many of our loyal patrons, are concerned about the spread of this virus and what we could do to minimise its impact and spread.

At present, there is no guidance from the government suggesting that we suspend performances so we are continuing with our rehearsal periods with an aim to put on our two shows, WHAT THE BUTLER SAW and LETS CELEBRATE in April and May. Obviously, should this change and new guidance be received we will adhere to it to the letter and provide you with such updates should they be necessary.

In the meantime, it is important that we protect both our patrons and our volunteer members of all ages and states of health. We ask that members and visitors wash their hands thoroughly on arrival at the theatre for at least 20 seconds, and if you have a high temperature or a new, continuous cough do not come to the theatre, but instead stay at home for 7 days and self isolate.

We thank you for your cooperation
Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society
Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society
First rehearsal for "Let's Celebrate" tomorrow 10th March. If you'd like to become a member of the theatre and take part in this commemorative VE day performance, we'd love to see you at the theatre 19:30pm.

HATS is affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA)

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The Theatre is in Bodmin Street, Holsworthy, Devon EX22 6BH

Tel: 01409 253826.