We stage at least two large productions each year. On top of this, we put on pantomimes, cabarets and concerts, hold social events and run workshops to help our members to develop their skills further.
48 HOUR PANTOMIME
Performance: Sunday 16 January (afternoon) at John McIntosh Arts Centre, London Oratory School, West Brompton.
Auditions & Rehearsals: Friday 14 Jan (evening) and Saturday 15 Jan (all day), Wapping.
We’re bursting back into 2022 with our 48 hour pantomime – oh yes we are! – where we cast, rehearse and perform a full scale panto all within one weekend. As tradition dictates, the show title is a secretfor now, so you will have to show faith and register on trust.
The stalwart team comprises choreographic regulars Charlie and Pippa Welch and is helmed by Daniel Paul who directed the very first 48 hour panto a decade ago. The audition notice for performers is to be released very soon on www.geoidsmt.co.uk, but this is a show that requires a veritable army of offstage and backstage volunteers so if you are able to help out in any way, please do email us now.
LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
Performances: Tuesday 26 – Saturday 30 April, Bridewell Theatre, Blackfriars.
Auditions: January 2022
Alan Menken and Howard Ashman’s deliciously funny classic girl-meets-boy, plant-eats-girl musical comedy.
When meek florist’s assistant Seymour stumbles across an unusual new plant species, he names it Audrey II after his workplace crush. But events take a turn for the unexpected when the smart-mouthed shrub begins to offer Seymour everything his heart desires… in exchange for an unending supply of human blood! Can Seymour and Audrey defeat the crazed carnivore before it takes over the whole world?
Directed by Chris Adams (Pippin, Sedos; 9 to 5, Centre Stage) and with Musical Direction from Dominic Bull (Sunday in the Park with Geoids, Centre Stage Proms), this promises to provide us with a feel-good, high-energy launch into Spring. We can’t wait to return to the Bridewell Theatre to present this comedy masterpiece with a custom set and, of course, giant plants!
With a wealth of tasty roles on offer, we hope you’ll join in the fun, audition notice to be published soon on www.geoidsmt.co.uk.
Performances: Tuesday 12 – Sunday 17 July at The Vaults Theatre, Waterloo.
We are delighted to be bringing back our Covid-delayed production of Chess. Featuring many of the original cast, Geoids Musical Theatre make our debut at the stunningly atmospheric Vaults Theatre, Waterloo. Our unique vision of the rock epic set in a politically driven US/Soviet Cold War-era chess tournament and tells the story of one woman’s endeavours in this male-dominated world when she manages one competitor and falls in love with the other.
Bringing together a directorial team of James-Lee Campbell and Barry Lattimore-Quinn and musical direction from Issie Osborne, with a visually enticing bespoke set to match, this show is guaranteed to be an experience to remember.
Don’t miss the chance to audition for any remaining roles when our audition notice is published later next year.
SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEOIDS
Performance: July (date TBC) at The Bandstand, Victoria Park, Hackney
We are delighted that London Borough of Hackney and Victoria Park Friends are delighted to be welcoming us back to give an open-air and free performance in the park next Summer (date TBC). As well as opportunity for solos and duets as previous two performances have included we are hoping that this year will give us an opportunity to set up a broader Geoids ensemble and showcase some of our epic chorus work. If you are interested in joining the creative team for this, please do get in touch.
Building on the success of two years’s open-air performance, we will return to Victoria Park in July to present the third Sunday in the Park with Geoids, a public afternoon of musical theatre performances at the historic bandstand.
Social events and workshops
We also love a good night out and hold social events throughout the year. Keep up-to-date with future events by joining our mailing list.