More Previews for It’s On, It’s Off!

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Check out these two awesome previews for It’s On, It’s Off!



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4 thoughts on “More Previews for It’s On, It’s Off!

    John Stock said:
    April 20, 2012 at 7:42 am

    Opening Night – what a triumph.
    The audience loved it and the feedback was very encouraging. That’s what I wanted to hear. How about the cast – they performed it to near perfection and the belly laughs from the audience were music to their ears.
    Well done everybody.
    John Stock

    John Stock said:
    April 20, 2012 at 11:31 am

    Would all our patrons please take note that there is an error in the ‘Next Production’ box on the back of the current programme. The date is stated as 18/19/20 October but should read 11/12 & 13 October. We (I) had these printed before we found out that our normal booking for the hall had been changed. For this we apologise unreservedly.
    Please keep reviewing this Blog site and continue to support us in our endeavours.
    John Stock
    Secretary – Byley Players

    John Stock said:
    April 21, 2012 at 8:42 am

    Again another brilliant night. the audience loved everything about it, which just goes to show that through sheer hard work, technical ability and a great sense of comradeship anything and everything is possible.Our final night is tonight at 7.30pm and I will be sad to see this run come to an end, To ALL the cast and backstage crew my deepest and heartfelt thanks.
    Now it’s on to the next one!

    John Stock said:
    April 22, 2012 at 6:31 am

    Once again the cast came up trumps! Once again the audience loved it!
    I, as the director, wish to thank all members of the cast, lighting and sound and backstage/front of house for all their hard work in making this one of the most successful plays staged at Byley.
    The after show party wasn’t bad either.

    John Stock

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