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Snow White Success!

Snow White was another sell out success performing to over 500 people including an opening night World Premier Champagne Performance! The pantomime included a cast of 32 and a production team of 25  including front of house, stage management, costume, sound and lighting.  The success of the show has meant Act Too is able to give £2400 in donations to two local charities The Victoria Hall and The Gratton Trust. Thank you to everyone involved, supporters and audience members!

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First Rehearsal!

Rehearsals for Snow White & The Seven Divas begins on Sunday 7th September 4pm, Victoria Hall, Sutton Scotney, Winchester

We are looking forward to seeing you all and getting this show on the way. People are already asking for tickets so fingers crossed this year will be a sell out too! Tickets will be on sale from 15th October.

The 2014 Panto Announced!


So after a year of writing and rest….Act Too’s Village Pantomime is back this December with Snow White and the Seven Divas. Yes you read it correctly…. Diva’s….well there aren’t any Dwarfs in the Parish of Wonston! Penned by our very own Alistair Black and Eryl Holt, this year is going to top the rest!  Oh Yes It Will!

Dates for your diary…..December 5th – 7th 2014

More news coming soon……

Winchester Grant!

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Act Too have secured an Active Community Project Grant to help improve the lighting and sound equipment at the Victoria Hall, Sutton Scotney for the use of the community in future performances and activities at the hall. This Grant is very much needed to help us upgrade the equipment to digital based equipment which will enhance all future productions / events by Act Too and visiting companies to The Victoria Hall. Many thanks to Winchester City Council as this will mean we can bring more productions to the hall and thus save on our carbon footprint!

Cinderella 2011

Cinderella Cast 2011 In 2011 we recreated the magic of Cinderella, complete with a horse and of course the fabulous carriage! Their were naughty fairies, meddlesome ugly sisters and even debt collectors!! The Victoria Hall was transformed into a grand ballroom and was packed out for very performance.