The Milk Bottle March 2012 Newsletter: Gathering Forces
Auditions & Lectures
For those who live in Suffolk there's a chance to get involved in Robert's community production of The Passion. Open auditions are being held on Wednesday 14th March at 7.30pm at the Quay Theatre (see blog post for details). It's the last big show he's doing in Suffolk as he's slowly withdrawing from exile. If you see this after the auditions don't panic, there may still be room for you to join the chorus and be a part of this epic production. Don't hesitate to get in touch - firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert is putting the finishing touches to the first new story for the London run at Christmas and will be trying it out in The Guildhall, Lavenham on Friday 18th May at 7.30pm. Titled The Shakespeare Delusion it is a comic tale poking fun at the excesses of Shakespearean scholars and those who deny he wrote the plays at all. Tickets will be on sale in the Guildhall at the end of the month - but you can put your name down for tickets now by emailing us at email@example.com and giving us your name, number of tickets and a telephone number. NB: Last years show sold out, so book now to avoid disappointment.
Milk Bottle Productions Presents...
The World Premiere of...
The Shakespeare Delusion
Written and Performed by Robert Crighton
Professor Ashborn invites you to share in his latest discoveries and lead you through the terrible secrets behind the man people call Shakespeare. Using recently uncovered documentation Professor Ashborn can finally tell the true and completely true, truly true, utterly true, true story of the Shakespeare delusion!
NB: For those with an irony deficiency, this is a spoof.
Performing on Friday 18th May at 7.30pm
The Lavenham Guildhall, The Market Square, Lavenham
Tickets £8, available from the Guildhall from April.
To reserve your tickets in advance email: firstname.lastname@example.org
That's all for the moment, Milk Bottle is largely resting, plotting and waiting for the Olympics to disappear, when we will raise our head above the parapet once again.