We’ve released full information on auditions for our next two shows. If you’d like to get involved, please express your interest as soon as possible.
Our popular 48-hour pantomime returns in January and this time we’re putting on Snow White. Auditions, casting and first rehearsal will take place on Friday 15th January. We’ll rehearse throughout Saturday, get into the theatre on Sunday morning and then put the show on at 4pm on Sunday 17th January. It’s a hectic weekend but extremely fun and rewarding.
The 48-hour panto is always popular and we don’t want anyone to be disappointed, so please register you interest now. You can guarantee your audition spot by making a £5 deposit towards your show fees in advance. Get more information from the audition notice (PDF) and then register online.
Two weeks after the panto, we kick off our first big production for 2016 with auditions for Hair.
First round auditions will be in Pimlico on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th January, with callbacks on Sunday 31st. There will also be an extra audition slot for advanced dancers on the Saturday morning.
For full details, download the audition notice (PDF) and then email email@example.com to secure your audition slot.
The Geoids Musical Theatre committee is delighted to announce the highlights of our 2016 season.
17 January 2016
A perennial favourite, we’ll return to LOST Theatre with the exercise in cramming that is the 48-Hour Panto.
We’ll bring a full length pantomime, complete with songs and dances, from page to stage within just one weekend.
Auditions will be held at 6pm on Friday 15 January with rehearsals beginning immediately afterwards!
26-30 April 2016
We’re taking a change of pace and style with this ground-breaking 1960s show.
Hair arguably defined the rock musical genre. It has amazing musical numbers (including “Hair”, “Let the Sunshine In” and “Aquarius”) and a strong, poignant message that reflects the political upheaval of the time.
25-29 October 2016
It’s had an acclaimed revival on Broadway and now it’s coming to London!
On the Twentieth Century is a screwball comedy with book and lyrics by the team behind Singin’ in the Rain and music by Cy Coleman, who brought us Sweet Charity and City of Angels.
Set on a luxury train in the 1920s, it focuses on egomaniacal theatre producer Oscar Jaffee and his volatile personal and professional relationship with the arrogant film actress Lily Garland.
On the Twentieth Century is a show with a big sound, farcical comedy, and classic choreography.
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Thank you to everyone who’s bought tickets for Geoids’ production of Sunset Boulevard. The show has now officially sold out.
Please do not contact the theatre regarding returns – direct any booking enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. No ticket exchanges or refunds are available.
There may be returns, which will be sold on the door prior to each performance, for that performance only. You will need to arrive at the Bridewell Theatre in good time before the performance and queue for any available returned tickets.
There are only three weeks until the House on Sunset opens its doors and tickets are selling fast.
The show has already been covered by BBC News, Broadway World, London Theatre and Playbill!
Sunset Boulevard opens on Tuesday 6 October and runs until Saturday 10 October, including a matinee on the final day.
Tickets start at just £15 (£12.50 for concessions) and are available from our online box office.
Friday 9 October is our special Gala Night. Tickets start at £19 and all guests will receive a complimentary programme and a glass of bubbly in the interval.
Don’t miss out: book now to see Norma back on the London stage. It’s not a comeback; it’s a return!
We’re excited to announce the cast for Geoids Musical Theatre’s October production, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Sunset Boulevard.
- Norma Desmond: Susan Booth
- Joe Gillis: Michael Stacey
- Max von Mayerling: Patrick Harrison
- Betty Schaefer: Nikki Davison
- Artie Green: Russell Hughes
- Sheldrake: Alan Scobbie
- Cecil B. DeMille: Daniel Penfold
- Mark Bonington
- Trudi Camilleri
- Francesca Canty
- Ed Curry
- Laura Fox
- Will Howells
- Kathryn Hyde
- Ben Kelly
- Julia Kleinsteuber
- Jaime Laity
- Hannah Parker Smith
- Judith Perkins
- Kate Vlietstra
- Sean Westwood
While we already have a small army supporting this show, it’s not too late to get involved in a backstage or production role (set construction, props, costume, hair/makeup, marketing, front of house), no matter what your experience. For more information, email email@example.com.
Sunset Boulevard will run each evening from Tuesday 6th to Saturday 10th October at the Bridewell Theatre, plus a Saturday matinee.
With pre-production for Sunset Boulevard well under way, the committee are already looking ahead to 2016.
We’re kicking off the selection process for next year’s shows and have a pitch document available on request. If you want to be a part of a creative team for 2016, get in touch.
Our plan is to produce two full musicals and one cabaret/concert during 2016. We’ve pencilled in one full show for late May and we’re looking to stage the second between late October and early December.
The deadline for proposals is Monday 27 July so don’t delay! Request a proposal document today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrate an early American Independence Day and the arrival of some sunshine with a few drinks near Waterloo.
We’ve got a room to ourselves so there’ll be plenty of space to catch up with friends and also an opportunity to find out more about upcoming productions and how you can involved.
Join us from 6:30pm at The Mulberry Bush, 89 Upper Ground, London, SE1 9PP.
We’ll be holding an audition workshop at St Gabriel’s Hall, Pimlico at 7pm on Wednesday 24 June for our upcoming production of Sunset Boulevard. The show will be performed from 6 to 10 October at the Bridewell Theatre, London.
The purpose of this workshop is to allow potential auditionees to meet the production team and become more familiar with both the show and the audition process. We will also go through the dance and musical numbers that will be used in the initial audition round.
Attendance is not required at the workshop in order to audition. Materials shared at the workshop will also be available on request for those who cannot attend.
For further information and to register your interest, please email email@example.com.
With no further ado, and as the last big decision of the outgoing committee, Geoids Musical Theatre are excited to announce our autumn production Sunset Boulevard, which will play at the Bridewell Theatre, 6-10 October.
Sunset Boulevard weaves a magnificent tale of faded glory and unfulfilled ambition. Silent movie star Norma Desmond longs for a return to the big screen, having been discarded by tinsel town with the advent of “talkies”. Her glamour has faded in all but her mind. When she meets struggling Hollywood screenwriter Joe Gillis in dramatic circumstances, their subsequent passionate and volatile relationship leads to a tragic conclusion.
The lush score features such haunting classics as “With One Look”, “The Greatest Star of All”,
“As if We Never Said Goodbye”, “The Perfect Year”, and the emotionally charged title song “Sunset Boulevard”.
We have secured a talented production team who are very excited to get started:
- Director – Dom O’Hanlon
- Musical Director – Sarah Burrell
- Choreographer – Honor Roche
- Technical Director – Adrian Jeakins
- Set Design – John Winters
- Producer – Blake Klein
- Repetiteur – Lizzy Rosser
Download the Audition Notice (PDF) and email firstname.lastname@example.org now to express your interest in getting involved with the show!