Canny Act

Canny Act Needs You!!

Nov 29 2012 - 7:30pm

Canny ActIf you are interested in becoming part of the local Am. Dram. group (on stage or behind it!) please come along to an informal get together on Thursday 29th November, 7.30 for 7.45 at Mill of Uras Farm House (Debbie and Phils)

All welcome - everyone has something to offer. It may be that you are unable to commit to rehearsals but you can help for a couple of hours with the production team nearer the time of the performance?

It would be great to see you - any questions - call 01569 750514


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Chewin' the Fash - A Canny Act Production

Apr 20 2012 - 8:00pm

 And: Apr 21 2012 - 8.00pm

Chewin the Fash Poster

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Stop Press! Canny Act Drama Group are back! Save The Date!

Chewin' the FashNext production will be an evening entertainment "Chewin' The Fash" on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st April in Kinneff Village Hall.

Catterline Board of Film Censors advises it contains scenes of mild fantasy with frequent local references but no material likely to offend or harm. Certificate 12A.

Tickets available soon!

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'Canny Act' Meeting

Nov 22 2011 - 8:00pm

Canny Act Want to brighten up those dark winter evenings? Canny Act your local Drama Group are planning another production for next year and would welcome new members.

If you would like to join in the fun then do come along to Temple Lodge Kinneff next Tuesday 22nd November at 8.00 pm.

We need all sorts of help - it's not just for those who enjoy dressing unusually - we need folk to assist behind the scenes too. We can guarantee a lot of laughs so do come along!

If you cannot make the meeting then please phone Karen Hales on 750467 or speak to any of the Group to let us know you are interested. See you next Tuesday!

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Don't Worry 'Bout a Thing

Scrooge and Marley Canny Act's panto this year: "Bah! Humbug!" brought a much needed ray of sunshine and warmth to this icy corner of the North East on Saturday.

Playing to packed houses for both performances, the great Charles Dickens tale was retold in a way only Canny Act can. Keeping true to core of the story Phil Murray's Scrooge was a commanding presence throughout the show.Children leaving the village hall at the end of the performance were heard repeating his barking "Bah Humbug" much to their amusement.

Written by Chris Rodger the show romped through the famous fable at a fair lick, with able support from Debbie Murray as Cratchitt,and the five strong chorus, playing various parts (workers,bodies,skeletons.etc)

The introduction of a certain legendary reggae star (Marley) brought the house down as Denis Garden and his fabulous Wailers brought Jamaican sunshine to Kinneff with a wonderful version of what developed into the show's theme "One Love"

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