Community

We are very passionate about ‘community’. This can be the areas immediately located to our base of theatrical magic-making or further afield when we perform at fringe festivals.

A lot can be said about the sense of belonging that can only be made by like-minded, mutually generous people who are happy to donate their time, energy and dreams into making something amazing happen on stage. When we can combine this love of theatre with helping charities and community groups in Northants support their users or clients then it makes all the hard work worthwhile.

Ever since our inception we have had ideals and goals which vary from being very open to new people, regardless of experience getting involved to making sure there are no financial obstacles for people wanting to either see our productions or participate in them. We’re also committed to helping charity and community groups which can take the form of providing a platform to give them more visibility or donating tickets to their users to see our shows.

The latter is accomplished via our Community 25 scheme which is our committment to ensure theatre is open for all, especially those in struggling circumstances or who make use of local supportive charities. Also at the heart of the scheme is providing opportunities for performers with differences, such as autism and cerebal palsy, to find a safe, welcoming environment for them to express themselves and perform on stage.

Community Projects

Our Rehearsal Process

Members of our past and present casts discuss how they've found the rehearsal process when working with us and what they've gained from the experience. 

Newsletter Sign Up

Signing up to our monthly newsletter is a great way to keep up to date with show announcements, upcoming auditions and special offers on tickets and events.

We’ll include interviews with cast, details of our community projects and also upcoming events such as workshops which are open to newsletter subscribers only. We also have a monthly prize draw which subscribers are automatically entered into each month.

Support Us

Our not-for-profit theatre company can only carry on with the continual support and assistance of our casts, audiences and other supporters such as individual patrons and local businesses.

We are always looking to link up with community groups and organisations in the areas we perform and there are many ways of supporting us. These include advertising your business on our website or theatre programmes, providing financial assistance or volunteering your time to help.

Find out ways to support us

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