SCDA Festival on Saturday 25th February in Aberdeen

February 25, 2017 19:30
February 25, 2017 22:30

Our youth and adult teams will be competing in the SCDA Festival on Saturday 25th February in Aberdeen. It will be great if you can join us! 

SCDA Poster

3 One Act Plays

February 16, 2017 for 3 performances
Festival Flyer 2017


February 21, 2017 19:30
February 21, 2017 21:30

Our next production will be Dumbstruck by David Kane.

CTC members and non-members are invited to an open audition on Tuesday 21st February, 19:30-21:30, at the Dibble Tree Theatre.

Character breakdown and auditions pieces can be downloaded via this link:…/fo…/0ByIUMWfZtQPHaDFfSmYxODNPU1U… 
(There is plenty scope for 'artistic license' with age of some of the characters!)

Production week is pencilled for Monday 29th May to Saturday 3rd June 2017. Rehearsals will likely be Monday and Thursday evenings, although this can be firmed up once we have a cast.

This is a fast-paced, murder-filled, romp of a play with a host of larger than life characters. A black farce set in a 1960s theatrical boarding house for variety artistes, Dumbstruck has been described as 'shades of Arsenic And Old Lace meets Herman's Hermits: The Movie'.

Please can you confirm your attendance at the auditions with the producer, Nikki Doig, at A copy of the script is available on request. If you have any questions, just get in touch.

I hope to see you on the 21st! As this is an open audition, please feel free to spread the word to members and non-members alike!


Next Stage

Image of Kitchener
Our theatre improvement project
Drawing on Club members' and users' skills will help us substantially cut the cost of Dibble Tree improvements, as well as raise those much needed funds!
The 'Dibble Database' is a growing record of the many ways in which members (full and honorary) and other theatre users can support the Next Stage.
DIY talent: Can you paint, plumb, hammer or saw? Can you help rip out the old? Do a trip to the dump? Brush up the sawdust? All levels of 'expertise' welcome!
Fundraising talent: Can you bake, make, create? Can you distribute fliers, man a stall, do a sponsored silence? Perhaps you'll consider being part of a small fundraising committee to co-ordinate our efforts?
The Next Stage can only happen with full club support.
Our club. Our theatre. Let's do this!
Article Created: Thu, 29/09/2016 - 08:26

Behind the Scenes

A few years ago the theatre club put on one of a collection of entertaining plays called “Deckchairs”.

This involved making the audience believe they were on a warm, sunny, sandy beach in summer. No mean feat for late September!

Although “Deckchairs” had only two people on stage at any one time, a veritable army of people had collaborated over the previous months to create that warm, sunny, sandy beach in summer.

They covered many areas and included:- producer, stage manager, stage crew, set designer, lighting manager, sound engineer, props, wardrobe, make-up, publicity, ticket and box office staff, front of house manager, the list is endless.

Without these people there would have been no show. So, remember, belonging to a theatre club can encompass many different interests, from simply going to the Theatre, through to set design!

If you are looking for a new interest, why not get in touch. And if treading the boards or making costumes etc is your dream then perhaps we can help make it a reality. Let us make good use all those hidden talents.

Article Created: Sun, 26/06/2011 - 01:06


Easy fundraising is a fantastic website where you can raise funds for the club just by shopping on-line! If you already shop at stores such as NEXT, Amazon, John Lewis, M&S, HMV, Toys’R’Us, DELL, Dixons, Expedia or Debenhams, simply use the links provided on the easyfundraising site when you shop and at no extra cost to you we’ll receive a free donation of up to 15% from every on-line purchase you make.

Over 500+ well known retailers are featured so if you already shop on-line, why not use easy fundraising and raise funds for us at the same time. It’s completely free so why not register today at:-

Article Created: Wed, 27/02/2008 - 09:13