At least that’s the claim made for Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific. You can judge for yourself at the end of May, when Lochgelly and District Amateur Musical Association are presenting this spectacular show at the Lochgelly Centre Theatre.
Starting on Wednesday 28 May, the show runs until Saturday 31 May (including a matinée). Tickets are £12.00; concessions £10.00. Dave Smith is in the cast, and will get tickets for you: send him a private message with your requests via our DGASS buddies Facebook page.
Our friends in the Kelty Musical Association are presenting The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas in the Carnegie Hall from 7–10 May at 7:15pm nightly, plus a 2:15pm Saturday matinée. Tickets are £13/£11 from 01383 780342.
Kerry Black says: “It’s going to be an Awesome show! — with Teri Wishart and 27 others”.
Do take the trip to the Adam Smith Theatre (Thursday/Saturday 13/15 March at 7.30pm, with a 2.30pm Saturday matinée) and allow Kirkcaldy G&S Society to transport you to Fairyland. Among the well-kent faces in their Iolanthe cast, you’ll spot Colin as Lord Chancellor, Robin as Mountararat, Andrew as Tolloller, Dave as Private Willis, and Linda as Phyllis.
Details on the KGANDS website: tickets from any of the cast, or on line by clicking the image.
Just wanted to say congratulations on a fantastic production! I was with my parents and we all loved every moment of it! It was so good to see everything from the balcony – all the costumes were magnificent and, with the staging, brought the story to life in so much colour.
The orchestra had a lovely sound and complemented everyone perfectly. We all thought the singing, from the solos to the big chorus numbers, was fantastic and also how professional all the choreographed movement was.
I thought Claire managed extremely well in her acting of Mabel with her voice not recovered, which would be a shame for her – I hope she feels better really soon.
For two reviews of our Carnegie production, go to this link.