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Audition information for Made in Dagenham released

Made In Dagenham Pre-Audtion Advert

Based on the 2010 film of the same name, Made in Dagenham is drawn from the real-life 1968 sewing machinists strike at the Ford factory in Dagenham, Essex. This strike was influential in the passing of the Equal Pay Act of 1970. The musical focuses on the leader of the strike, Rita O’Grady, as she encourages the women of the Ford factory to walk out after they are re-classified as unskilled workers, while their male counterparts see their wages increase.  Featuring a rousing score and a choice of good character roles, Made in Dagenham offers parts for all ages.

See our future shows page for Character profiles and more information.

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BAOS announces Summer Concert 2018

Join us in July 2018 for our Summer performance ‘Opposites Attract?’

She drives a Volvo, he rides a Harley; she’s a book worm, he’s a sports fan; He’s into Heavy metal, she’s more precious metals.   Do opposites really attract?

30226144_1727174587338346_712755990344237056_nJoin Basingstoke Amateur Operatic Society (BAOS) as they entertain with musical numbers from well-known shows – past and present – in their 2018 concert, Opposites Attract?.

Popular show tunes include modern hits from ‘Rent’, ‘Les Miserables’ and ‘Hairspray’. There are also classics from musicals such as ‘Annie Get your Gun’ and ‘Princess Ida’. Something for everyone!

Come and picnic with us at Cliddesden Millennium Village Hall from 12pm before a toe-tapping concert 1.30pm-3.30pm!

Please bring a picnic to enjoy; chairs will be provided, but you are of course welcome to have your own with you. Drinks and cake will be available at the venue for a donation.

Purchase tickets from www.ticketsource.co.uk/baos

Ticket prices: Adults £10, 5-16 years £7 (plus booking fee). Under 5 years go free.
Tickets on the door: Adults £12, 5-16 years £7. Under 5 years go free.

Please email comms@baos.org with any questions.

Further details will be announced throughout April.