News Category: Past Production Updates

Site Updates 07/11/2015
7th Nov, 2015

The site has now been edited back to 1998 so lots of new photos and information added from our previous productions.  The images and biographies of past members have also been updated so please take a look!

Site Updates 01/11/2015
1st Nov, 2015

There have been many updates to the site today.  The site has been edited back to 1990 with the addition of many new photographs and profile updates.  Also added were unpublished photographs from our production of Ben Elton’s “Silly Cow” in 2003. Please browse our website today and don’t forget to get your tickets for ...

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Major Site Updates! 17/06/2015
17th Jun, 2015

The migration to our new website has not been smooth and we realise that some essential information, photos and reviews are missing from our previous productions.  Rest assured this is being rectified and we would ask you to be accept our apologies while the updates are being made.

Previous Plays Updates
17th Jun, 2015

I am delighted to say that the cast and crew lists for a few of our most recent previous productions are now updated on our new website.  You will also find the reviews and photographs if you visit the Productions page of this website.

The Vicar of Dibley
17th Jun, 2015

A new gallery of photographs from the rehearsals and production of ‘The Vicar of Dibley’ as now been created.  Please visit our WTC Productions section and have a look!

The Vicar of Dibley
3rd Jun, 2015

Updated reviews and audience reaction to our recent production of ‘The Vicar of Dibley’ are being added to the website.  So please take a look… The Vicar of Dibley was a resounding hit with audiences.  Visit the our previous production section of this site to read reviews and see updated photographs from the production.

News about our next production
20th Nov, 2014

We are delighted to announce that our next production will be: Richard Curtis’ and Paul Mayhew-Archers’ classic ‘The Vicar of Dibley’ (by kind permission of Tiger Aspect Productions). A stage play by Ian Gover and Paul Carpenter adapted from the television series. This version covers episodes from the first and second series of the popular ...

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