We're still here, fear not. We may not have made it into a rehearsal room in almost a year and a half now, but the committee managed to get together for an actual in-person drink the other week in an actual pub around an actual table, so things may at last be looking up!
We still don't have firm plans for what/when our first post-lockdown performance will be, but discussions have begun, with a view to hopefully restarting towards the end of this year, restrictions permitting.
In more ordinary times, we would have by now been celebrating the success of Swing When You're Singing as part of the Radyr & Morganstown Festival, and be underway with rehearsals for our summer cabaret evening. Alas, they weren't meant to be.
Whilst we don't yet know when we'll be able to resume performances, please remember we are here for you and, although we cannot meet, you are in our thoughts.
To all who are missing those they love, we are here to support you in anyway we can. And in all the uncertainty of the world around us, remember you are doing the best you can in this moment so be kind to yourself....
As with many other amateur music and drama groups, and even professional companies, the financial challenge of promoting and staging shows and concerts is becoming increasingly expensive. Many such organisations have patrons and sponsors who give financial assistance in return for certain benefits and the satisfaction of knowing that they are doing their bit to support the arts in their community. We aim to do this through our 'Stage door VIP' scheme, which for just £25 and to see what you get in return just take a look at this: