“The standard of acting makes it hard to believe that this is an amateur production.” – Entertainment South Wales
By Norman Robbins. Directed by Terrance Marshman-Edwards.
February 25th-29th 2020, Llanover Hall Arts Centre, Cardiff.
A deliciously dark comedy thriller! When the Tomb family meet to discuss their late father’s will, it’s going to be murder…
When the reading of the late Septimus Tomb’s will reveals a secret bequest to a complete stranger, his family members – an insular collection of oddballs – are not happy. Threats are made, but someone decides to act on their impulses. Soon enough, the stranger ends up dead.
They are not the first victim. As the body count rises, the remaining family members must try and work out who’s responsible and stop the rest of them ending up in the family plot…
We’re delighted to announce that this production has raised £2,370 for SiMBA, Simpson’s Memory Box Appeal.
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On 20th April, the Peculiars tackled a 5K in Swansea! But it wasn’t just any old 5K, oh no – it was the Gung Ho 5K of massive inflatable obastcles!
A massive thanks to everyone who donated or, or came to cheer us on. Thanks also to our Gung-Ho team, for letting no obstacle stand in their way. We’ve raised a fantastic £425 towards our August production of Terry Pratchett’s ‘Men at Arms’!
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The Owain Glyndwr, Cardiff. 25th May, 6pm – 10pm
To mark Ankh-Morpork’s Revolution of the Glorious 25th of May, we bring you…
UNSEEN UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE
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Have you got what it takes to bring a show to the stage? We’re now accepting pitches for our Early 2020 and and Summer 2020 shows, so if you’re interested in directing with our talented and exciting amateur company, we want to hear from you.
Written pitches will be followed up by a meeting to discuss your pitch shortly after. If you’re interested in pitching, contact us for more information.
‘Brilliant performance … characterisation was outstanding … emotional and passionate performances’ – Cardiff Times
Adapted by Stephen Briggs. Directed by Matthew Hitchman.
21st – 24th August 2019, The Gate Arts Centre, Cardiff
Peculiar Productions presents Terry Pratchett’s classic comedy-fantasy thriller, brought to life on stage!
The City Watch Needs Men! And women, of course. Not to mention dwarfs, trolls, gargoyles, and whatever Nobby Nobbs actually is.
It’s not as if Captain Vimes doesn’t have enough to deal with; warring factions of assassins and clowns, the anniversary of an ancient battle making the city just a tad tetchy, and a ruler who’s perfected the art of ‘benevolent tyranny’.
The last thing he and his Watch need is a big group of new recruits who won’t accept that ‘team spirit’ doesn’t include hitting each other with axes. But Vimes needs to make sure they can all get along, and fast – because no-one else can stop a deadly secret that stalks the streets…
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We’de delighted to announce that Men at Arms raised £3,500 for Nerve Tumours UK.
Looking forward to our Pratchett production this Summer and want to get involved? Join us on Wednesday 27th February at the Owain Glyndwr, Tair Pluen at 6:30pm to find out what the production team have in store.
Whether you fancy acting, working backstage, being a creative genius and helping create the Discworld with us or just want to be a part of it, we have a place for you!
Audition and crew applications will be available from Wednesday. To get yours, drop us a line using the form below.
Terry Pratchett’s ‘Men at Arms’, 21st-24th August 2019, The Gate Arts Centre, Cardiff
Audition pack requests are now closed. Thank you to everyone that got in touch.
To kick off our Meet the Actor series, we are showcasing Ed who will be playing Valentine Coverly, the mathematically-minded eldest son of the household.
Ed recently returned to the stage as Mr Slant in Peculiar Productions’ debut show ‘The Truth’ after five years of co-directing for Monstrous Productions Theatre Company, during which he made a delightful cameo as a vampire desperate for a cup of tea. Perfectly cast in our opinion, as Ed’s tea collection is the envy of all.
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