Welcome to Leighton Buzzard Drama Group
LATEST NEWS ABOUT FORTHCOMING SHOWS
Following our very successful and well-attended production of 'The Anniversary' in April, the group is looking forward to further productions in 2022 despite receiving unwelcome news for the Library Theatre, as follows:
On 8th April 2022 we received notification from Central Beds Council that all LBDG Bookings had been cancelled until at least October 2022 because of staff shortages at the theatre. Despite our representations to the theatre, including the offer of volunteer staff, the decision by CBC remains in place. We have, however, been given written assurances that the Panto will go ahead in the theatre in January 2023.
While we continue to attempt to have this decision reversed, the current plan for our upcoming shows is therefore as follows:
No Dinner for Sinners: Postponed until March/April 2023
The Time Crystals (Children's Show): Under review
The Affairs of Husbands and Wives: To be performed in September as planned but at an alternative local location
The Panto: To be performed as planned in the Library Theatre in January 2023
We are looking for new members - particularly for the January 2023 Panto! If you fancy giving acting a go, or enjoy dancing and/or singing, why not contact our membership secretary Jo Taylor via email@example.com
Those considering joining us may be interested in viewing the video below - made during our last staged panto Red Riding Hood, performed in January 2020.
New NODA Award and Nominations!
Leighton Buzzard Drama Group wins NODA Best Online Production award for
Robin Hood, Ye Olde Zoom Panto, Broadcast in January 2021.
See here how Jo Taylor produced and directed this show, and to view it!
LBDG also nominated for:
Best Drama - Inspector Drake's Last Case
Best Panto - Red Riding Hood
Best Technical - Robin Hood (Edit), Red Riding Hood (Set Design)
Click button below to view previous NODA Certificates.
National Operatic & Dramatic Association
NODA is the National Operatic and Dramatic Association. We have been working to help and support amateur theatre companies since 1899