Litcham Entertainment Group (LEGs)

After a very successful pantomime, our resident writer is already
working hard on  the 2019 pantomime.
Meanwhile a few of the “entertainers” are putting on “Curtain up” by Peter Quilter.
The play is warm-hearted comedy about a group of  women who inherit a run-down theatre and their brave attempt to bring  it back to life. Five talented actors from Litcham Entertainment Group  have been rehearsing the play over the winter months.
Performances  will take place at The Jubilee Hall in Litcham on Friday 5th and  Saturday 6th April at 7.30 pm.
Our aim is to raise as much money as possible for the refurbishment of the hall, and to give you a lovely  evening out, so do come and see it.
Tickets, which cost £ 7.50 are available in person from Litcham Post Office Stores or by telephone from Val Horton 01328 700909.
Young people would, as ever, be very welcome, but we suggest that the play is suitable for those aged 10 upwards. It is a fast-paced and very funny comedy, often touching and thought-provoking, which will warm your heart and make you laugh.
Paul HandsFunds raised from this event will go directly to the hall’s renovation fund.

What is LEGs

Litcham Entertainment Group has been established since 2005 and has produced and performed a pantomime almost every year since then, raising thousands of pounds for local charities and good causes.
The group is open for anyone to join and is not just for budding thespians, all volunteers are welcome whether your interest is acting, scenery, costumes, making tea, helping back stage or in any way, new members are made very welcome.
Our mandate is threefold:

  • To produce a show.
  • To be a village social group and to have fun
  • To raise money for good causes.

Our current age range is 8 to 81 but we are open to all interested parties.
In 2019 we are aiming to produce a comedy drama for performance in April: this will be a fundraising event for our Village Hall, but if successful, we will consider this as a regular calendar event for the future as well as a pantomime in October.
Any interested parties should email for further information.
Mary Osbourne