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Our next show

Our plans for the next show are currently under wraps, but we can assure you that they’re exciting — another different take on G&S, following the success of Iolanthe. If joining us appeals, then book the afternoon of Sunday 19 May, and join us for the workshop at Limekilns, when all will be revealed, and you’ll be able to release the inner Thespian! To register an interest, please drop Ellen an email.

Just the ticket!


What our Pitreavie Pirate would really like, to celebrate his 50th birthday, for you to buy a ticket for our show! It’s ever so easy … just go to our Box Office, where you can choose your seats and buy on-line.

Alternatively, you can phone our ticket hotline on 07703 483083, and Anne will be delighted to assist you. We also recommend this option if you need a wheelchair space.

Time is running out

This is what our Director (Robin Ożóg) has to say by way of introduction to our production of The Pirates of Penzance. It’ll a fun show to watch, but even more to take part in. If being one of our team appeals, be aware that time is running out for you to join!

There’s still time …

… to join our crew. This week the invitation comes from Sinead Black, our Vice Chair – having passed the task of Social and Fund-Raising Manager to Jack Archibald.

What Sinead doesn’t say is that we’re an “equal opportunities Society”, so are very open to have those who don’t identify as male appearing as pirates and policemen!

Our Chair speaks …

Which one is the pirate, you might well ask! The one on stage right is Morag, the other is our Pireavie Pirate … and both are inviting you to come along to Limekilns Parish Church at 7.30pm on a Wednesday evening to find out how much fun being part of our team can be.

Pirates on the starting blocks


We had a great time with Princess Ida, but that was a different kind of show, in a different venue, and at a different time of year, so we’re both pleased and relieved to be back at Carnegie Hall next February with a full production – set, costumes and orchestra! As we announce on our Next Show page, our production of The Pirates of Penzance is in well-kent and experienced hands, and we have auditions coming up soon, so we expect to have announced our cast by the time we meet for our first rehearsal on 17 August.

If you are a member of our audience, all you have to do is make a note of the performance dates (16–18 February 2023). However, if you fancy being a pirate or policeman (or a member of Major-General Stanley’s extended family should you be a soprano or alto), now is the time to give us a try. Click the image to find out what’s involved and register your interest with the secretary, Ellen (moc.liamgnull@45kcirtap.nelle or 07969 436957).

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Next appearance

Your next chance to see the Society on stage at Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline will be on 13–15 February 2025 for the première run of The Jury’s Out.

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