Cabaret Theatre Company returned to the Brewhouse this November with the family favourite Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat! The biblical epic was brought to life as Joseph and his brothers journeyed through Egypt. With a crash of drums and a flash of light, the show was an explosion of red and yellow and green and brown and scarlet …
Thank you to everyone who came to see our Happy Birthday Show, and for helping us celebrate our Burton School’s 20th Anniversary.
Our show was full of songs from your favourite musicals and fabulous dance routines presented by our talented cast of young performers.
It was a pleasure to have some of our ex-senior students back to open the show for us… Here’s to the next 20 years!
Monday 8 August – Saturday 13 August 2016
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This Summer we ran a Summer School where we had great fun rehearsing a mini production of Matilda, and performing the show at the end of the week!
Following the success of ‘Dear Edwina’, Cabaret Theatre Company returned to The Brewhouse in November 2015 with one of the quirkiest shows around. A Tony Award winning musical featuring some of the most intelligent, if eccentric, young spellers Putnam has ever seen! With some wonderful musical numbers each speller reveals their hopes and struggles as they make their way through the competition.
“The cast manage to make the singing and dancing look both slick and easy, and the acting is faultless. I was thoroughly entranced by Spelling Bee and thought it was very much an inventive and entertaining piece of theatre that deserved a much wider audience.” – Bill Pritchard, BADAC
Our Littleover School performed their show “Seize The Day” at Landau Forte College in January 2015. The show was a fantastic mix of singing and dancing, with everything from Scooby Doo to Disney’s Newsies, performed by over 100 pupils aged 3 to 20.
We had a wonderful weekend at the theatre and everyone worked really hard to produce a fabulous show, well done!
Maisie performed in the musical Annie at the Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham over summer 2013. She successfully auditioned for this youth production and was cast as a principal orphan. Well done!