Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company

Amateur Dramatics Group in Kings Lynn, PE30 3QA

Welcome to Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company

The LAVENDER HILL MOB THEATRE COMPANY works on the same ethos as the Chicken Shed Theatre in North London – ‘Everyone is welcome’.

 

The LHMTC is an ‘inclusive’ group working with young people from the age of four, whatever their abilities, disabilities or capabilities and we have no membership limit.  Everyone is given equal opportunities regardless of ability.  We work as a team, utilising the strengths and weaknesses of the youngsters to create a positive effect.  No-one is turned away and there are no auditions.  Everybody is encouraged to develop new or existing skills and no-one does anything they do not wish to.  They gain confidence and learn to interact with others.  Everyone gets to go on stage if they wish and as far as we are concerned THEY ARE ALL STARS!!!  Please see news for more interesting info.

 

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Our club participates in the following activities:

  • Amateur Dramatics
  • Music Groups
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Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company
Kings Lynn, PE30 3QA
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by Malcolm Tucker
on Sun 9th Oct, 2011

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The Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company club review

The Royal British Legeon 90th.Anniversary Concert at Norwich Cathedral last night 8th.October 11.,your act was fantastic,especialy "We are the Ovaltinies" it took me back to 1934 Radio Luxenbourg.My Grandaughter was in the Gresham Choir and they wer also fantastic as were The Band & Buglles of the Rifles and of course "Blake". A most enjoyable evening