Chorley Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society (CADOS) has launched a new season of plays by writers born in the north of England.
‘Northern Lights’ starts in September, and comes on the back of one of the Society’s most successful seasons ever.
It’s hard work so we’d like to thank everyone for coming to our productions, and hope people continue to support us
Chairman Ian Robinson said: “The last CADOS season sold nearly 9,000 tickets, the most for at least a decade.
“It’s hard work so we’d like to thank everyone for coming to our productions, and hope people continue to support us.”
The season opens on September 7 with Educating Rita the Willy Russell classic about a working-class girl who goes to university and her relationship with her tutor.
October’s play is stag night comedy Fur Coat And No Knickers by Mike Harding, and December’s panto is an all-new version of Aladdin.
In February it’s the tale of daydreamer Billy Liar, then in April the Alan Bennett play Habeas Corpus.
The season ends with Mark Jones’ specially-commissioned Pals, all about the Chorley soldiers at war one hundred years ago.
Tickets for all shows are now on sale at Malcolm’s Musicland, 01257 264362. More details about all shows at www.chorleytheatre.com