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Archived News and Articles

Here is an archive of some of our older news stories and articles

In the news

In the news (February, 2014)

New Stagers were in the local news recently, with an article in the Wandsworth Guardian  
Awards Dinner 2013

Awards Dinner 2013 (September, 2013)

New Stagers’ members dusted off their dinner jackets and posh frocks for an exciting night out at the biennial New Stagers Awards Dinner, held on Saturday 14 September 2013. The event, hosted by smooth-talking MC, Jason Marchant, celebrated the...
Congratulations

Congratulations (June, 2013)

At New Stagers, although we’re an amateur theatre group, we like to pride ourselves on the quality of our productions. So we were very pleased to receive recognition through three prizes this year from the National Operatic and Dramatic Association at...
Arts Review – The Fall

Arts Review – The Fall (June, 2013)

THE FALL (BBC2)   “Do you realise the effect you have on men?” asks Gillian Anderson’s boss and former lover, part in awe at her supposedly rampant sexiness and part in admonition of her predilection for casual coitus.  ...
Arts Review – The Audience

Arts Review – The Audience (June, 2013)

THE AUDIENCE If you incline your head in a certain way not found outside a yoga class, and make sure you see a good osteopath afterwards, you can get a decent view of most of the action in the...
Arts review: To Kill a Mockingbird

Arts review: To Kill a Mockingbird (June, 2013)

We thought it would be entertaining to share some of New Stagers members’ reviews of recent productions they’ve seen in and around London.   This review from new member, Steph Kendrick, currently rehearsing for our July production of She...
Arts review: Non de script improv night

Arts review: Non de script improv night (June, 2013)

A bunch of our She Stoops to Conquer cast (plus friends and partners) went along to see South London Improv group Non de Script’s improv show at The Colour House theatre at the end of May.  The cunning plan...