On this page you will find a variety of events, each of which involves one or more members of Chudleigh Writers. Events are listed in reverse date order and the member(s) involved are shown in brackets at the end of each entry.
None at present
Past Events (2020)
Wednesday 22nd (7pm) and Sunday 26th (2.30pm) January: Auditions for “Allo, Allo”
Auditions will be taking place for the Toads production of ”Allo, Allo” which will run for six weeks through August /September. Dual casting for some roles, so no huge 6 week commitment. For more details please contact John Miles, Director on: email@example.com. You do not have to be a member of Toads to audition, but membership is required if you would like to act or become involved with Toads Little theatre. It’s a super theatre, why not give it a go?
”Allo, Allo” runs from 3rd August for a full week, with a Saturday matinee, and then every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday until 17th September. (Bea Hutchings)
Sunday 19th January: Genesis Visible Touch ‘DUKE TOUR’ 40th Anniversary
For one night only. Tickets: £17.00. Box Office 01803 299 330. Details here. (Bea Hutchings)
Monday 13th to Saturday 18th January: Time Of My Life by Alan Ayckbourn. A Comedy.
7.30pm each night plus 2.30pm on Saturday 18th. Tickets: £13/Concessions available.
Box Office:01803 299 330. Details here. (Bea Hutchings)
Past Events (2019)
Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th June: Jackie Juno will be running two Creative Writing Days in a Manor House and grounds in Moretonhampstead. You can find all the details by clicking here.
Past Events (2018)
Saturday 23rd June: Call of the Wild Jackie Juno’s new show Spellbound and Rachel Miller with Baba Yaga The Old School, South Brent, 7.30pm for 8pm, details here (Jackie Juno)
Monday 11th to Saturday 16th June: Rough Justice (performances 7.30pm daily plus 2.30pm matinee on 16th). By Terence Frisby, Directed by Stephanie Austin (A TOADS season production) Box Office: 01803 299 330. James Highwood, host of a popular TV programme called ‘British Justice’, is on trial accused of murdering his mentally disabled child. Highwood refuses legal representation and conducts his own defence, admitting responsibility but pleading manslaughter. The question is: did Highwood actually kill his child after all? (Bea Hutchings)
Wednesday 6th June: Outspoken Poetry Open Mic. The Globe, Chagford; 7.30pm to 9.30pm, details here. (Jackie Juno)
Thursday 31st May: Online launch party for The Business of Writing Parts 1-3, 11am to 3pm, details here (Elizabeth Ducie)
Saturday 26th May: Creative Writing Day. Ashprington, 11am to 5pm details here (Jackie Juno)
Sunday 20th May: Cabaret Sauvignon. An evening of music, words and comedy. The Con Club, Chudleigh; 7.30pm to 10pm. (Peter Whittle and Elizabeth Ducie)
Sunday 8th April: Creative Writing Day in Brixham 11am to 5pm details here (Jackie Juno)
Wednesday 4th April – Outspoken Poetry Open Mic with special edition – book launch for The Flowering. The Globe, Chagford; 7.30pm to 9.30pm. (Jackie Juno)
Thursday 29th March – Pucker Poets The Flowering book launch/extended slot. The B-Bar, Barbican Theatre, Plymouth. (Jackie Juno)
Sunday 18th March: Bardic Competition to find Exeter’s new Bard! Bike Shed Theatre, 7pm (Jackie Juno)
Friday 9th March: Call of the Wild Jackie Juno’s new show Spellbound and Rachel Miller with Baba Yaga The Drew Arms, Drewsteignton, 7.30pm for 8pm. Download poster here: Call of the Wild (Jackie Juno)
Saturday 3rd to Sunday 4th March: Mind The Gap A short play with songs about the developing relationship between a mother and daughter during the mother’s gradual mental decline. Woodway Room, Chudleigh 7.30pm. Full details on the Arne House Productions website. (Peter Whittle)
Thursday 22nd to Saturday 24th February: Mind The Gap A short play with songs about the developing relationship between a mother and daughter during the mother’s gradual mental decline. Ice Factory, Teignmouth, 7.30pm. Full details on the Arne House Productions website. (Peter Whittle)
Thursday 22nd February: The Word Cafe A free gig at The Cott Inn, Dartington, 7.30pm. Music and poetry hosted by the inimitable Julie Mullen. (Jackie Juno).