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Auditions For Peter Pan are now completed

Auditions For Peter Pan are now completed, keep an eye on your email for the good (or not so good) news! Break a leg everyone, lets hope you get the parts you wish for!

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Cinderella January 2010

Even the snow and ice can't stop Mountbatten Players putting on a fantastic performance.

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Auditions for Cinderella started

Auditions for Cinderella 2010 at the Countess Mountbatten House took place today.

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First read through of Cinderella

Members of Mountbatten Players will be reading through the new Cinderella script for 2010 at the Countess Mountbatten House from 7:30pm.

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Mountbatten Players receives NODA award.

Mountbatten Players is a member of the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) who support amateur theatre groups with all sorts of advice and contacts. Every year they present several different awards for various aspects of our performances and this year I am pleased to say we are to receive an award for the Beauty & the Beast programme in their "South East Region De-Lux Programme Competition" (Frank Baker, secretary).

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Cinderella to be performed in January 2010

Cinderella has been confirmed as the next Pantomime production for January 2010 at the Point in Eastleigh!

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CMH donation from February 2009

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Mountbatten players to appear on local TV

The Meridian TV film crew made an appearance during dress rehearsal at The Point in Eastleigh to take some footage for local TV. Members of the cast and crew had an opportunity to meet with Mayors of Hampshire in support of the Countess Mountbatten hospice appeal.

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Extra Sunday matinee performances for Jack & The Beanstalk

Mountbatten Players Artistic Director Peter Pitcher announced an extra Sunday matinee will be held for the 2008 production of Jack & the Beanstalk. Due to the sell out popularity of Last year's Aladdin in particular the two matinee shows, Mountbatten Players will be performing extra shows on Sunday 20th January at 2pm and 6pm.

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"PLAYERS PUT ON A MAGICAL PANTOMIME"

The story of Aladdin, like other pantos, centers around a poor boy who makes good, eventually marrying the princess whom he dearly loves. Mountbatten Players appear to have a plethora of excellent singers amongst their number. It was a delight to see, and hear them cast in roles which suited their individual talents, where the dancers could be admired, and the acting was encompassing. All the main characters were performed with panache, but a man allowed very few words by his wife, Emperor Ming Vase (Frank Baker), almost stole the show.

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