Welcome!

Welcome to the shiny new website of CMT.

We have been on a break, but we’re back now and determined to be the best we can be. We’ve got lots in the pipeline, kicking off with a free taster session for all our new members in June. We will be running weekly sessions, on a Tuesday, so you can meet each other and join in with some singing, acting and dancing (or in my case – moving about a bit!).   These will run until the end of the school year in July, when we will have a break – but fear not – we’ll be back again in September to start rehearsals for a show at the end of the year!

Watch this space for dates and times.  We are just confirming our rehearsal space so keep a look out on the website for that too. As we’ve had a break, we’ve decided to do things a little differently than previously, so please bear with us while we sort the kinks out. it’ll be worth the wait. This web site will become an important portal into the wonderful world of musical theatre, so keep checking back to see what is happening.  We can’t wait to welcome you to our friendly group and share all our years of experience with you.

Thanks for visiting!

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!