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Look out for our new panto coming in January 2020 - The Wizard of Oz!
Preparations are already under way for what promises to be a great performance of this popular pantomime.
If you are interested in taking part, either on or off stage, please get in touch using the form on our contact page and we'll keep you informed of the latest on reading dates and rehearsals.
Hope to hear from you soon!
We are holding the first of our new ‘Club’ nights tomorrow evening where we are hoping to discuss the possibilities for our October production including readings for a few suggested scripts.
It will be held at 7.30pm in the Mary and Martha room at the Witney Methodist Church (upstairs in the new building at the back of the church).
We're going to be on BBC Radio Oxford, tonight, 22nd November from around 8pm. WDS's Wendy Hurp talks to Radio Oxford's Ollie Hale about Witney Dramatic Society, the need for a proper stage in Witney and our upcoming pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk.
The interview should then be available on the BBC Sounds App.
Readings for Jack and the Beanstalk start on Monday 5th November at 7:30, in the Mary and Martha Room, which is upstairs in the Wesley Centre at the Witney Methodist Church (the building opposite the back entrance to the church).
Interested in the dramatic arts?
Aged between 16-90+?
Then come join us at our Open Night on 7th November 2018 - 7.30pm at Como Lounge, Witney and find out more about our forthcoming production planned for February 2019.