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Where The Poppies Fall – Tickets now on sale here

memorial

An original workshop production by the members of Havant Dynamo Youth Theatre to Commemorate The First World War Centenary.

Where the Poppies Fall tells the tragic tale of two First World War victims. We follow them from their optimistic beginnings in 1914, as the excitement of the war engulfs the country, up to the moment that they become just another statistic.
In this workshopped production, Dynamo has taken both a male and female perspective, to create an all round picture of the horrors of World War 1.
We hope to see you there for a thought provoking performance.

Please click here to purchase tickets from the site box office

where the poppies fall

Where The Poppies Fall

Rehearsals have started for our next show “Where the Poppies Fall” an original workshop production, to commemorate the Centenary of world war one, written and directed by Havant Dynamo Youth Theatre members.

The show will be performed at St. Faiths Hall, The Pallant, Havant on the 18th, 19th and 20th July

Tickets are priced at £8.00 and will be available from our web site soon.

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Charity Dinner 21st March 2014

Havant Dynamo Youth Theatre invites you and your colleagues to a Charity Dinner on 21st March 2014 at the Langstone Hotel, Hayling Island.

The evening costs £25.00 per head and consists of a 3 course meal, a presentation of the future plans of Dynamo, a raffle and an opportunity to meet and be entertained by the talented members of Dynamo. Dress Code is smart casual.

Starter

Celeriac & Apple Soup
Garlic Butter Beans & Calvados Foam (GF/V)

Main course

12 Hour Braised Blade of Beef,
Horseradish mash,
Roast Carrot,
Parsnip Crisp & Bourguignon Red Wine Sauce (GF/DF)
Open ravioli of oyster mushrooms, spinach, poached egg truffle oil (V)

Desert

Raspberry and rose cheesecake, raspberry jelly, biscuit ice cream,
white chocolate powder Tea & Coffee.

The event will be an informative, fun-filled evening so that by the end, you will be up-to-date on the progress and future plans of Dynamo. This, with the entertainment, will make it an excellent night out.

Why are we holding a charity dinner? Havant Dynamo Youth Theatre is looking for sponsors to help with maintaining the daily running costs and sponsoring of the annual shows. This will in turn help us to fund-raise for a “New Home”.

At the Charity Dinner we shall discuss what Dynamo has to offer and what plans we have to take Dynamo into the future years with your help as a potential sponsor.

To purchase your tickets or to find out more about the Charity Dinner please e-mail fundraising@dyt.org.uk

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New Year Raffle – the winners

 

Prize No Detail Ticket number
1 1 night B&B at Crown Plaza, Marlow 0119
2 2 tickets to Kings Theatre, Southsea fro 7 Brides for 7 Brothers 0552
3 £50 cash 0981
4 Champagne tea for 2 at Langstone Hotel 0648
5 Dinner for 2 at Langstone Hotel 0617
6 Bottle of Aberlour whisky 0872
7 2 free sessions “Training with Tora” 0904
8 Bayliss & Harding gift set 0937
9 Bottle of red wine and box of liqueur chocolates 0253
10 Ramblers picnic backpack 0504
11 Felt cushion from Psychic craft 0113
12 Bottle of white wine and box of Ferroro Rocher 0568
13 Jack Daniel’s Poker set 0143
14 Bayliss & harding set and Burr’s Bees lotions 0748
15 Rose & Geranium body collection from Neal’s Yard and box of Victoria biscuits 0873
16 Body Therapy body set and box of Milk Tray 0480

We need the holder of ticket number 0504 to contact us!

Charity Dinner

Havant Dynamo Youth Theatre invites you and your colleagues to a Charity Dinner on 21st March 2014 at the Langstone Hotel, Hayling Island.

The evening costs £25.00 per head and consists of a 3 course meal, a presentation of the future plans of Dynamo, a raffle and an opportunity to meet and be entertained by the talented members of Dynamo. Dress Code is smart casual.

Why are we holding a charity dinner? Havant Dynamo Youth Theatre is looking for sponsors to help with maintaining the daily running costs and sponsoring of the annual shows. This will in turn help us to fund-raise for a “New Home”.

At the Charity Dinner we shall discuss what Dynamo has to offer and what plans we have to take Dynamo into the future years with your help as a potential sponsor.

To purchase your tickets or to find out more about the Charity Dinner please e-mail fundraising@dyt.org.uk

Nil By Mouth

"Nil By Mouth"
HDYT presents Nil By Mouth

Dynamo’s next show will be the acclaimed comedy by John Chapman “Nil By Mouth” performances are from the 4th September to the 7th 2013. Ticket prices £8, concessions £6 available from the Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, East Street, Havant 023 9247 2700 www.thespring.co.uk. We hope to see you there.

Nil By Mouth

Havant Dynamo Youth Theatre

The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre Havant Hampshire

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Irresistibly watchable hospital based farce

At a time when over 3,000 complaints a week are made by hospital patients, John Chapman’s hilarious comedy could not be more appropriate.  Set at the weekend in the under-staffed under-funded St Christopher’s NHS hospital, this highly amusing farce is a catalogue of disasters from mistaken identities to wrongful diagnosis!  Utter confusion ensues with wards named after poets, patients with poet’s names and an unscheduled hospital assessment inspection right up to the imaginatively choreographed curtain call.

Graham Frost’s impressive set of cubicle curtained hospital beds and well sourced props that include bleeping screen, mobile drip-feed and flashing alarm alongside accurate costumes give great authenticity to the comedy.  Under the direction of founder Andrew Bowker, this hugely talented fledgling cast of 12, though not exactly restoring our faith in the NHS, positively provided the best medicine ~ in the form of non stop laughter.  These sixth-formers, now about to embark on their future adventures, university et al, have amassed a wealth of confidence and commitment during their years with this impressive youth theatre group, consistently encouraged and nurtured by a large energetic support crew.

A capacity crowd enjoyed this very funny production with special mention for Lizzie Brewster (who also co directed) who remained motionless virtually throughout as the ill-fated Miss Taplow ~ a remarkable feat.  Callum Cairrns excelled as the elderly long-suffering doctor of divinity Dr Hilary Keats, married to the incessantly vocal Evelyn so admirably played by Ellie Weaver who gave voice to much demented chatter!  Zack Cuthbertson clearly relished his role as the dishy flustered doctor and fine performances too from the nurses Jess Barnes (Nurse Dolores) with Amy Larham (Sister Downing) and Claire Copeland (Sister Roughton) mimicking strong realistic accents.

There is much to commend this young cast who should feel justly proud of the comic mileage teased out from their brilliant production of this modern medical farce and I wish them well on their chosen future paths.

Jill Lawrie

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