All Kinds of Everything

 

 

 

 

What are we up to this time?  Well, come along and find out – our latest show is definitely going to be a night to remember!  At this time of year, we perform one of our famous Cabaret shows; a little bit of this and a little bit of that, with a fabulous Ploughmans Supper thrown in to keep you happy.  All this for only £12 – what a bargain!  And this year is no exception – only this time come ready to experience the unexpected!

We are again performing in the beautiful village of Cuddington as we had so much fun there in the summer.  This theatre has everything we need to give you the best evenings entertainment; a lovely atmosphere, lighting, and stage.  Please be aware though, that the parking outside is very limited and reserved for those who have limited mobility. Parking can be found at the playing field & clubhouse nearby (off of Bernard Close) and elsewhere, but please be mindful of local residents.

Get your tickets as soon as you can – seating is limited due to the table arrangements.  It’ll be worth it though.  We can’t wait to see you all.

Kim x

Kim Wilcox

Hi, my name is Kim and I first joined CMT for 'Anything Goes' in 1999. Since then I've learned many more things than I ever did at school! I've co-written and co-directed 'When We Were Young', 'Tribute' and 'All Kinds of Everything', and been assistant director for 'Cowardy Custard', I've performed in countless shows and painted more scenery than I care to mention. I've sewn what seems like miles of curtaining, mended an elephants trunk (!) made 22 gymslips and 2 Beefeater costumes for stilt-walkers, made props galore and designed scenery for many shows. I've also helped out with scenery painting for other theatre groups as well. I've recently written a musical show which I'm hoping to showcase with CMT at some point. I also won a NODA (National Operatic and Dramatic Association) award for the Best Programme with 'Hello Dolly' and runner-up for 'Oklahoma'. I'd say if you're looking for something different to do with your evenings rather than watch TV, amateur theatre is a marvellous place to do it. Take the plunge, you'll meet lots of new friends and learn new skills. And you don't need to be on the stage to enjoy yourself, there's plenty of other things to do. Come on, join us today!