The cast and crew of Huby Amdrams are putting out an urgent plea for fresh talent, both on and off stage as they embark on planning their next production.
Earlier this year the Society pulled out all the stops to ensure the curtain was able to rise on a long standing village tradition – the Huby Annual Pantomime – despite a lack of help behind the scenes and a drop in audience numbers.
Huby Amdrams is celebrating its 70th anniversary. However, reaching this milestone could be in jeopardy without more adult volunteers and an increase in ticket sales.
Over the years the group has raised money for local causes but February’s pantomime, Robinson Crusoe, in particular struggled to draw the vital support needed.
The panto is a fantastic opportunity for young people from the village and surrounding areas to perform onstage – giving them confidence, an extended set of friends and a new-found interest in the long winter months.
Can you lend a hand?
You don’t even need to tread the boards – from help with choreography and costumes to scenery, make up and music…or simply turning out to enjoy…it’s all part and parcel of helping to ensure this wonderful village custom continues.
If you’d like to find out more contact Karen Adams on 07792 247390 / firstname.lastname@example.org
A meeting will be held in the summer to meet anyone wishing to join and to decide on next year’s production, look out for more information.