HOLY RIDICULOUS AMATEUR DRAMATIC SOCIETY

 

About Holy Ridiculous

Cast and Crew of let Sleleping Frogs die 

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 Newsletter 

Variety Show Photo Gallery

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 Our Next Show 

A Murder Mystery

'Sugar and Vice'

October 2016

Details on Events Page

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Click here for Online Tickets

Tickets also available from:

The Dress Agency, High Street, Odiham

Fountains Cafe, Fountains Mall, High St. Odiham

Carol Lambert: Tel:01256 794916

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Holy Ridiculous, based in Odiham, Hampshire, has been an amateur dramatic group, with an emphasis on music, since 2000.

Our first production was a pantomime - Cinderella - and we continued the tradition with 4 additional pantomimes - Treasure Island, Aladdin, Mother Goose and Dick Whittington.

We have also performed straight plays, musical extravaganzas and variety shows.

 We always welcome new members, adults and children, so if you are interested in joining in, as a performer, choreographer, sound or lighting technician, costume maker, or just another pair of hands, please contact us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Past Shows
What's On

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A Murder Mystery

'Sugar and Vice'

October 2016
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Details on Events Page

Auditions for the next Variety Show

'Places Please'

Sunday 18th September

Venue and Time to be announced

If you would like to be involved in any capacity - acting, singing, helping with costumes or backstage
please contact Sally Airey by email airey.odiham@btinternet.com or phone 07833 521020

or e-mail: holyridiculous@yahoo.co.uk

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Any profit made from our shows is primarily for the funding of the next one, but through careful housekeeping, we have managed to donate thousands of pounds to an impressive list of charities including the following:

Acorn (a residential care home), All Saint's Church (including the Organ Fund and Choral Foundation) Byways, Christian Aid, Cot Death Research, Jubilee Choir, Leapfrogs, Lord Wandsworth College, Mayhill School, Mind, MS Society, Naomi House, Neurofibromatosis Society, Ochre, Sight4Africa, Twofold Trust, Ugandan Children's Trust.