News Nailsea Little Theatre

Odd Couple Now Open

NLT’s first Show of the 2017/2018 Season, a revival of Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple (Female Version)” directed by Graham Tyson has now opened. First performed at NLT in 2001 limited tickets are still available for this Show and please check the “Ticket Availability” page for more details. The remainder of the Season is also now coming together and the “What’s On” page will provide more details once they become available. However, as a bonus to the 2017/18 Season NLT will present a Folksy Theatre travelling production of the Snow Queen in December and also Kate McNab and John Telfer will be returning for two nights of magical musical entertainment in February. Again please see the “What’s On” page for details although tickets for the Snow Queen can now be purchased from the Box Office.

In Club news full details of all planned events are available in the NLT events section of the “What’s On” page and a particular date for your diary is the 2nd December 2017 when Peter Newman has agreed to host another quiz as a prelude to the Festive Season. Again more details will appear on the “What’s On” page.

In addition, for those Associates who wish to renew their membership for the remainder of the 2017/2018 Season and for those of our audience who would like to become Associates for the remaining two Shows the 2017/2018 renewal form is available to download from the membership page. Don’t forget to check out the “What’s On” page on this site to find out all that is going on, in particular with NLT events and you can also find us on Facebook. Take a look and if you like what you see please show! We hope that this extra line of communication makes it even easier for you find out what we are up to.

Finally a reminder that we no longer send out paper copy newsletters to members and Associates unless specifically requested. As intimated above postage is now a major expense for an organisation like ours and with most of what is going on reported and / or available on our web site (which is generally much more up to date) there is little point in replicating the information in paper form. We acknowledge however that not everyone has net access and that some people might prefer a hard copy and we will therefore be happy to send out this encompassing the details from the website as required. Also increasing use will be made of e mail to keep both members and Associates up to date.