If you are amongst the many listeners who have been listening and enjoying the Weegie Wednesday stories that have been broadcast by the Hospital Broadcasting Service and included as part of Robert Craws Showtime Spectacular shows you may be very interested in this news from the local Burgh Hall Players
The group was only formed last Autumn, with support and assistance from Ann Campbell and Jenny Hunter of the Burgh Hall Trust.
The Players plan to rehearse in the Burgh Hall and then put on several plays there this year once the building re-opens.
On Wednesday 19th April the Burgh Hall Players will be holding their first Annual General Meeting. The business side of the event is to sign up members and to elect a committee of President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer.
The fun side will be a few surprise activities to encourage and develop the confidence of any budding thespians.
If you are interested in acting, directing, helping backstage or would like ? If so, come to the Burgh Hall’s Pop Up Shop in Argyll Street, Dunoon, at 7.30pm on Wednesday 19th April to register with the Burgh Hall Players.
The Burgh Hall Players will also be joining the Scottish Community Drama Association (SCDA), with a view to reviving a long tradition in Cowal of not just performing but also entering drama competitions.
Are you interested in acting, directing or helping backstage? If so, come to the Burgh Hall’s Pop Up Shop in Argyll Street, Dunoon, at 7.30pm on Wednesday 19th April to register with the Burgh Hall Players.