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    Professional Headshots Sessions

    Some helpful information for Professional Headshot session A good headshot is critical for your first impression and to get you through the first stage of any audition, interview or casting call. Your headshot is an important marketing tool and calling card in presenting you to prospective employers, directors and agents. Your headshot should be a natural and realistic portrayal of you on your best day and should not be heavily edited or “photoshopped” Any director will not be impressed if you look different than the image they have in front of them. Arrive in good time and try and look as natural as possible with makeup most often less is…

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    The Vortex at Chester Theatre Club

    Noel Coward explores the darker side of the twenties Cocktail Party set.  This early play by a playwright usually known for lighter, frothier drama, uncovers drug abuse, blackmail and shattered relationships. Director: K. C. Finn Performances: Saturday 30 June, Monday 2 to Saturday 7 July at 7.30 pm Ticket Prices: All tickets are £9.50 with concession price of £7.50 for seniors, students and unemployed on first Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings only. Administration charges apply to online and postal bookings.

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    Priscilla Queen of the Desert – The Musical

    The iconic hit musical has more glitter than most shows can dream of. This show will feature a dazzling array of hundreds of costumes, headdresses and a non-stop parade of dance-floor classics including IT’S RAINING MEN, I WILL SURVIVE, I LOVE THE NIGHTLIFE, HOT STUFF, plus GO WEST, MACARTHUR PARK and many more. Based on the Oscar-winning film, PRISCILLA is the hilarious adventure of three friends who hop aboard a battered old bus bound for Alice Springs to put on the show of a lifetime. Their epic journey is a heart-warming story of self-discovery, brashness and acceptance. After winning a glittering array of international awards on Broadway, the West End,…

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    Cancer Research UK : Pretty Muddy Event

    Some images taken yesterday to raise funds for Cancer Research UK at Alyn Waters Country Park. The girls did a fantastic job and raised a lot of money for a great cause and seemed to enjoy themselves most of the time. Please visit our web site www.stephencainphotography.co.uk for more images. 50% of print sales will be donated to Cancer Research UK  

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    Playhouse Creatures CTC

    A dramatic comedy.  1669 is a bawdy and troublesome time.  The king is back on the throne and for the first time, women are appearing on stage. This joyous play brings historical characters to life.  By turns, raucously funny and deeply poignant. Some sexual references Director:  Margaret Bennett Performances: Saturday 5, Monday 7 to Saturday 12 May at 7.30 pm Ticket Prices: All tickets are £9.50 with concession price of £7.50 for seniors, students and unemployed on first Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings only. Admin charges apply to online bookings. CTC

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    Beautiful Thing – Tip Top Theatre

    Sixteen-year-old Jamie lives with his mum Sandra and her younger boyfriend in a low-rise block of flats in Thamesmead, London. Living next door is the rowdy Leah, who has been expelled from school and spends her days sunning herself and listening to Mama Cass. And on the other side is Ste, also sixteen. His father’s anger means that he often hides out in Jamie and Sandra’s flat, spending the night there to escape being beaten. Ste and Jamie start off top-and-tailing in Jamie’s bed, since there’s nowhere else to sleep, and Harvey unfolds their tentative, awkward relationship with delicacy and with joy. Beautiful Thing’s crisply authentic dialogue darts between aching,…

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    Moonshine | Chester Theatre Club

    A comedy drama.  Easter 1991.  Ballintra, a seaside village in southern Ireland.  The Protestant church is closing down, due to lack of support and the incompetent local undertaker is determined to stage his version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Around these facts, Nolan builds a moving and memorable play in which members of a motley cast search for their private resurrections. Director:  Ed Green Performances: Saturday 10, Monday 12 to Saturday 17 March 2018 at 7.30 pm.

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    The Witches by Tip Top Productions

    Based on the book “The Witches” by Roald Dahl and Adapted by David Wood. Family entertainment for February half-term. Recommended for ages 7+ Cast: Grandma – Christine Dukes Boy – Ben Rackham Grand High Witch – Caireen Candlin Mrs Jenkins – Kat Tanczos Mr Jenkins – Rob Lyon Bruno Jenkins – Zach Waddington Head Chef – Finn Hibbert Second Chef – Jake Cross Witches – Amy Robinson Amy Hallows Fiona MacSween Paula Condliffe-Hughes Eleanor Moulson Chris Griffiths Lynda Cross Steve Cross Dawn Adams Jess Toyne Production Team: Director – Phil Cross Times & Tickets: Wednesday 21st February – 11.00am – GOOD AVAILABILITY Wednesday 21st February – 2.30pm – LOW AVAILABILITY…