The Warkworth Theatre Group has re-formed and is hoping to put on a show for the re-opening of the Warkworth Town Hall next year.
Group secretary Jo Lewin says the group has been around for about 30 years, but has had a hiatus since the town hall was closed in 2011.
The group started meeting again this year and has been holding regular script readings to choose a play to perform.
“We are trying to breathe new life into the group and get a core of enthusiastic people to put on a production. As well as performers, we’d also like to hear from backstage and technical people as well.
“We used to put on dinner-shows at the town hall which were a huge hit.”
The plan is to coordinate a show for the re-opening of the hall, about the middle of next year.
About 10 people have been attending meetings and readings scripts from the April Phillips’ plays, Bonking James Bond and Snip.
Jo is also hoping to revive a theatre sports group.
The theatre group meets about every two or three weeks, taking turns to host readings, but they hope to secure a regular rehearsal space in the future.
Their next meeting is on Sunday, September 6, 3-5pm.
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