Stage Diary February 2023
Stage Diary North
Cantamus: The choir is looking for new members, in all voice groups, to join them. The choir sings a selection of spiritual or uplifting songs. Members are provided with all the music and tracks to learn to, so you can practice at home between rehearsals. Now would be a great time to contact Philip on 638 734 285 and he will be happy to give you all the details about the choir. They rehearse on a Monday morning 10:45 to 13:00 and will be happy to welcome you.
Caprice Ladies Choir will be presenting two performances of their concert 'One moment in time' this month - Wednesday 8th February at 7.30pm in the Salon Blau, Calpe and Saturday 11th February at 5pm in the Centro Social, Xalo (old Black Apple). More information and tickets are available from Aileen on 696 514 613 or from choir members.
Careline Theatre: With another successful Panto behind them and the delivery of their new seating having arrived, the group are now preparing for their next production, the classic, Mary Poppins. Watch out for dates for May to be released soon. www.carelinetheatre.net
Costa Blanca Male Voice Choir: The choir has restarted its regular Tuesday rehearsals after the Christmas break and is looking forward to another exciting year of concerts, especially our Concert at the Cave in June. Sadly we lost three members last year and with several more living in UK unable to join as often as in the past, we are actively seeking new members. You can find more details about the choir and how to contact us on our website www.costablancamalevoicechoir.com and see videos of past concerts on our YouTube channel - search @cbmvc on www.youtube.com
Jávea Players: Don’t miss this opportunity to see Oliver! The award-winning musical adaptation of the classic Dickens’ novel springs to life with some of the most memorable characters and songs ever to hit the stage. The youngsters playing the lead parts are brilliant, such talent! 27th March to 1st April in Unión Músical in Gata de Gorgos, including a cava Gala evening. See www.javeaplayers.com for full details.
The Phoenix Dancers returned to the Studio in January to start preparing for local events in Calpe. They could soon be warming your heart for Valentine’s Day or shimmying into Carnival. They will certainly be learning new routines for their own charity show in the Spring. So, if you ever fancied starting to dance as a new hobby, want to revisit the joy of dance from your younger years, or are looking to bring existing skills to a new group, there couldn’t be a better time join! Volunteers are also welcome to assist with costumes, props, and media production. The dancers are always looking for opportunities to perform and are happy to provide showcases for local charity groups. Please contact Phaedra on 607 290 896.
Stage Diary South