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Well we were really lucky to have  a Bowie tribute band [Phil Murry and the DOGz]

They were brilliant and we'd definitely have them back! 

We had a night of fun and dance!

The wonderful Seb cooked  the most delicious homemade pasties. [He's a local chef]

Ministry of Entertaining presented

'Beryl's of Mayfair' staring Kate Mcnab. (March 2019)

One of our firm favourites!

Lots of fun, it quickly sold out!

(Supper was supplied by the Friendchip fish and chip shop, Axminster Road)

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SOLD OUT!

A mesmerizing afternoon with Pickled Image's show! The puppets were amazing and the kids were totally engrossed, you could hear a pin drop. November 2018.

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Well weren't we so lucky to have Alfie Moore! He was fantastic, extremely funny and a genuine guy! Totally sold out!!!!

Food was fab too, cooked for us by Seb Brochot!

Really enjoyable night enjoyed by all judging from the laughter!!

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Janet Clarke did a great wet felting workshop which got us producing some fab items in July 2018

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Instant Wit joined us again for our Spring show. another sell out and hilarious!

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Our September show was Ministry of Entertainment's  Kate & John singing their favourite songs . A good sing along and supper!

We had our first Cabaret night May 2017. It was a very entertaining evening with our usual food, and 5 different turns!

Febuary (2016) saw another puppet show and children's workshop.

This sponsored event was colourful and enchanting.

Enjoyed by all ages!!

Michael Long joined us in September 2016 for a drawing workshop. It was thoroughly enjoyable and instructive.

Describe your image here

Describe your image here

Describe your image here

Caroline Lambert ran 2 glass foiling workshops in June 2015. They were a sell out and everyone was able to take home a piece of glass art work.

Example of a half day's workshop
Example of a half day's workshop
Afternoon class in full swing
Afternoon class in full swing
Caroline Lambert
Caroline Lambert

Demonstrating glass cutting techniques.

Caroline demonstrating soldering
Caroline demonstrating soldering

 

What a night!! Show of Strength's - FANNY & JOHNNIE.

Another sell out  with delicious fun and 3 course meal. We consider it one of our best nights yet!

(May'15)

February 2015 saw another wonderful story from Rod Burnett- 'Three Piggies' (Storybox Theatre).

Subsidised tickets from the sale of Ant Garrett's painting from ART IN THE PARK.

 

ARTS IN THE PARK-

WELL IT'S ALL OVER AND WHAT A DAY!!!
THE WEATHER WAS KIND TOO

 

SEE 'ARTS IN THE PARK' PAGE

May 2014 and Minstry of Entertainment do it again with another sell out show - Normal Service Will Be Resumed!

 

Always a winner!

Another huge success,- from the fabulous Rod Burnett, (Storybox Theatre) with The Steadfast Tin Soldier. Mesmerising children and adults alike! February 2013

BILLY KIDD'S magic evening proved to be another succcessful show. Her table magic entertained whilst the punters enjoyed a 2 course supper, with musical accompaniment. This was followed by an epic stage performance!

(October 2013.)

Today was our first workshop!  July 2013.(Portrait & Figure Drawing) It was very successful and Will Steven was able to provide helpful instruction in several different materials, including IT. Must have another of these!!

Another sell out night at Redcatch community Centre, with the second appearance of Ministry of Entertainment  - MRS GERRISH'S GUESTHOUSE !!

1950's amusement and music, plus cream teas into the bargin.

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The Magic of STORYBOX Theatre
The Magic of STORYBOX Theatre
Mesmerising our audience!
Mesmerising our audience!
You could hear a pin drop!
You could hear a pin drop!
Tin Soldier puppets
Tin Soldier puppets
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Quality controller on the cream teas
Quality controller on the cream teas

SHAKES-KIDS was our first children's show, with CHRIS HARRIS. (well known, local pantomime dame)

Wish all education was this fun!!

The same evening Chris gave us another sell out show!  - KEMP'S JIG.

(February 2013)

Shakespeare eat your hat!

- there were plenty to choose from.

AND talking about choice - the homemake cakes! Mmmmm.....

Chris and his team of assistants
Chris and his team of assistants

'Did you get that vital information written down?'

What's the magic word?
What's the magic word?

Abracadabra, alakazam, hocus-pocus?

Shakespeare says ...
Shakespeare says ...

Or was it Simon says? Nooooo!.... I mean Chris says!

'All's Well That Ends Well.'
'All's Well That Ends Well.'

And 'Measure For Measure' there wasn't 'Much Ado About Nothing'. It was all just 'As You Like It'

Local Morris team
Local Morris team

A welcome, colourful greeting to get us in the mood.

A strolling minstrel I!
A strolling minstrel I!

'With a hay and a ho and a nonny-nonny no.'

Jest a minute
Jest a minute

That was my line!

Kemp's Jig.
Kemp's Jig.

The jig is over. The lights go low. So raise your glass. It's time to go!

'Instant Wit' provided the entertainment and fun for our second sell out show. (Nov 2012)

Our tasty soup supper was not improvised but the comedy was!!

Instant Wit!
Instant Wit!

Publicity Shot!

Redcatch Community Centre
Redcatch Community Centre

Warming up in the kitchen and on stage.

Soup supper
Soup supper

Mmmm! This isn't instant is it dad!

Who let the paparazzi in!
Who let the paparazzi in!
How many times do I have to tell you
How many times do I have to tell you

We are Instant Wit not Angel Delight!

Steph, Nik and Chris.
Steph, Nik and Chris.

Giving us a flavour of their 'wit'

Improvise your best caption!
Improvise your best caption!

Email us and we will publish.

The end of another successful show
The end of another successful show

Do we have to go home?

'Keep Smiling Through' starring and written by Kate Mc Nab and Joe Hobbs, was a great success.

This was our first event, which was staged at Redcatch Community Center in March 2012.

The informal setting added to the atmosphere and entertainment!

Our first event!
Our first event!

Packed out at Redcatch Commnity Center! Enjoying home made lemonade and rock cakes. The spam on sticks went down a treat!!

Part of our display on WW2
Part of our display on WW2

Included the week's rations! Is that someone filling in answers on the quiz - or just giving us marks?

 Our compare with Naafi staff.
Our compare with Naafi staff.

How did she get out of the kitchen?

Kate Mc Nab and Joe Hobbs
Kate Mc Nab and Joe Hobbs

The cast and writers of 'Keep Smiling Through'

Keep Smiling Through
Keep Smiling Through

Publicity photo

Keep Smiling Through
Keep Smiling Through

How did they get that car on stage?

Kate Mc Nab
Kate Mc Nab

Giving us all a war time song

Keep Smiling Through
Keep Smiling Through

Is it the 'Thing-Ummy-Bob' our Gracie sings about?

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