Following our first foray into virtual/online life, Pantodemic, the mini Zoom Panto, we have decided to screen our 2012 production of Jack and the Beanstalk! This was the most successful of our many many pantomimes. It will be available on YouTube from 2:30pm on New Year’s Day. We have scheduled it as a Premiere, so it will be available to all at that time. If you can’t watch it then it will be available for watching afterwards at a time convenient to you by normal YouTube streaming.

WADS present their first ever virtual Pantomime, directed by Judy Duffield and made possible by the technical wizardry of Nick Randall and Amanda Jones.

Ashton Taylor Smith plays Dame Fanny Face Mask
Julie Tushingham plays Pee-Wee, her dimwit son
Karen Williams-Holt plays Captain Covid, her arch nemisis

Fasten your seatbelts and click on the link below for a short, but we hope entertaining, ride!

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A beautiful evening and tons of fun. Thank you!

Looks like you had a wonderful time! 👍😃👍

Westerham Amateur Dramatic Society

WADS is approaching its centenary and continues to put on a broad range of plays and shows – from Chekhov to pantomime; modern drama to Victorian Music Hall; new works to classic favourites. Whether you are interested in appearing on stage, joining in behind the scenes; doing your bit for publicity; helping run the bar or welcoming our audience front of house, we promise you a warm welcome to this friendly society. And if you would like to direct – great! There’s no stuffy hierarchy here.

We also run workshops covering all aspects of performance and theatre production. Our main home is Westerham Hall whose stage we can transform into just about anything or anywhere. And with our state-of-the-art technical facilities, the illusion is complete.

We welcome anyone with enthusiasm, regardless of experience or expertise. Interested? Just e-mail membership@wads-web.net and we’ll get right back in touch.

As one Member put it: “The great thing about WADS is that they take what they do seriously, but not themselves!”

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