SBADS’s 2024 panto ‘Aladdin’ has finished its highly successful run in South Brent, with four of its five performances sold out, and we have added photos to our archive.
We know it’s tempting to wait until the last minute – but the Saturday and Sunday matinees are fully booked and tickets are nearly sold out for the Friday and Saturday evening performances of ‘Aladdin‘.
Our box office will be open from 8 to 24 January every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am to 12 noon at the South Brent Old School Community Centre. We will be accepting payment by cash or by card, with no booking fees. Tickets for Aladdin are selling quickly, so please don’t wait until the […]
If you’d like to print off and display one of our posters, or share info about South Brent’s pantomime for 2024 online, then please feel free to download the posters and images below. A4 poster Download a PDF poster compressed for e-mail (PDF, 251kB) Download a PDF that can be printed at A4 – or […]
Tickets are now on general sale for Aladdin, costing £10 for Adults and £7 for under 16s. Our fabulous panto runs from 25 to 28 January, finishing with a Sunday matinee.
If you’re a SBADS member, you can grab the best seats for our fabulous panto by coming to the Village Hall this Sunday, 26 November.
Our autumn production of Mother Figure, Plan B and Gosforth’s Fete under the umbrella title of B Confused was enjoyed by hundreds of theatregoers at South Brent Village Hall. Many thanks to the cast, crew and determined directors Veronica Brown and Robin Willoughby for all their hard work putting on such a great show. You […]
We’d be delighted if you wanted to display one of our posters, or share details of our marvellous trio of comedies “B Confused” on-line. Here are the posters and a web-friendly image for you to download and print or share. Click on the images or links to download the full-size versions. Poster PDF of poster […]
The dates are the same, but the title’s changed: our November production is now ‘B Confused’.
Our spring production of “Love Letters” and “Anybody Can Jump” was greatly enjoyed by its audiences at the end of May. We’ve added pictures of the show to our archive. You can see all the photos in our on-line archive at www.sbadsarchive.co.uk/production/life-stories