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Curtain Up!

Curtain Up!

Lyndhurst Drama & Music Society  The Vernon Theatre, Lyndhurst  Darren Funnell 25 April 2024 Reliably informed that Liza Minelli was not, as promised, going to appear at the Vernon Theatre in Lyndhurst Drama and Musical Society’s version of ‘Curtain Up!’ by Peter Quilter, it was something of a scene-stealing surprise when she did. I didn’t need a refund. But, oh my! Often this play is thought of as a rip-roaring farcical comedy set in a community theatre. Reviews tend to highlight the belly laughs. To my surprise, away from the amusing mishaps and teddy bear suits – Lyndhurst are certainly
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Puss In Boots

Puss In Boots

Lyndhurst Drama & Musical Society  Vernon Theatre, Lyndhurst Darren Funnell 26 January 2024 If you’re a fan of a charismatic cat with an affinity for footwear, Puss In Boots delivers a purr-fectly delightful experience that will leave you grinning from ear to ear. Lyndhurst Drama and Musical Society (LDMS) again opens its pantomime to largely younger performers offering them a “Purrview” of community stagecraft. It helps LDMS look to the future and, hopefully, is the first step on a path for the talent of tomorrow. I would normally start explaining the plot around about here, but it’s Puss In Boots. It’s Panto. Let’s talk
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Puss In Boots

Lyndhurst Drama & Musical Society; Tickets: Adults £12, Children £6, Family (2 adults & 2 children) £35; Available via phone (023 8029 2531) or online.  
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Improbable Fiction

Improbable Fiction

Lyndhurst Drama & Musical Society  The Vernon Theatre, Lyndhurst Darren Funnell 28 October 2023 Wow. I never thought I would be going to bed with images of a goblin in a nut, with literary characters waving buttercup umbrellas singing ‘La La La’ to an unfinished song from ‘Pilgrim’s Progress -The Musical’, but there you go. Improbable Fiction by Alan Ayckbourn, that played this week at Lyndhurst Drama and Musical Society, revolves around a group of aspiring writers who come together for their weekly meeting at the Pendon Writers’ Circle. As the evening progresses, the characters’ stories come to life in unexpected
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