REHEARSALS MOTOR ALONG!

CMTC OPEN MIC NIGHT

On FRIDAY 9th MARCH, CMTC will be staging an ‘Open Mic’ Night at Little Eaton Village Hall. The aim of this evening will be primarily to raise funds for the company, and also to provide a relaxed and enjoyable evening's entertainment for all who attend. Here are the key details…

 

 - The evening will take place in the Thomas Bates room (the largest room, for anyone that has been) at Little Eaton Village Hall, starting at 7:30pm, with performances starting from 8:00pm and finishing by 10:30pm.

 

 - We will be running our own Bar! Beers, Wines and soft drinks will be available as well as complimentary snacks and nibbles, again with all profits going to the company.

 

Tickets are just £5, and are available from Tom Banks on 07983 125601 or from tomb24@hotmail.co.uk

 

 The first 15 tickets sold will include a FREE DRINK TOKEN!

Rehearsals for 'Kiss Me Kate' are upping the tempo as we fly into 2018 full steam ahead! Here is just a sneak peak of what we have been up to... Thanks to Rachael for taking the time to get these action shots... Enjoy!

2019 PRODUCTION ANNOUNCED

CMTC are excited to announce that we have secured the rights to Betty Blue Eyes for our 2019 production at a new performance venue, the Duchess Theatre in Long Eaton. Betty Blue Eyes is a 2011 stage musical comedy based on the 1984 film A Private Function, and features music by George Stiles, with lyrics by Anthony Drewe. The book was written for the stage by Ron Cowen and Daniel Lipman, adapted from Alan Bennett's original screenplay. Since it's debut it has enjoyed a West End run and multiple successful tours, and we will therefore be delighted to bring it to a theatre near you! If you would like some more information on the show itself, check out their official site...

 

http://www.bettyblueeyesthemusical.com

 

For more information on our own production, and our exciting new venue, watch this space!

BETTY BLUE EYES

CMTC SOAR ONCE MORE!

We are thrilled to be able to announce that CMTC walked away from the annual Eagle awards with an award to our name for the third year running! The company won the Eagle Award for 'Best Production of a Musical' for the first time since 2013 for our March performance of Jekyll & Hyde. A huge congratulations to everybody involved with the production both on and off stage for making it such a fantastic week, this award is superb recognition of their hard work. CMTC were also nominated in other categories; Our BSL interpreted performance was nominated for the 'Outstanding Achievement' award, and two of our performers, Laurence Sutton and Sarah Towle, were nominated for 'Best Performance in a Musical'. Accessibility to theatre continues to be a huge passion for CMTC abd to see us nominated for such an award was delightful. Congratulations to all the other winners on the night and to the organisers of the awards for a great celebration of Amateur Theatre.

A CHRISTMAS CRACKER!

 We enjoyed a busy and very successful festive period to round off a great year for CMTC.

 We had volunteers run a Stall at the Mickleover Christmas Fayre, raising money for the company and awareness of our upcoming production in February.

 We had our tree erected and decorated at Mackworth Christmas Festival for the third year running, sparkling in 'Kiss Me Kate' colours!

 Last, but not least, we performed our Christmas Concert not once but TWICE to enthusiastic and healthy audiences at both CURC and Mickleover Golf Club.

 Many thanks to all involved in all of these events!