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Star date: 7th May 2017

ST LUKE'S ARTS AND DRAMA GROUP SEEKS NEW ACTORS, MUSICIANS AND SINGERS

St. Luke's Arts and Drama Society, or SLADS, have put on some great productions in the past, and have Let's Dance, 'a journey through the evolution of dance' running from 29th May to 3rd June.

The Langworthy-based group is always looking for new members – actors, singers, and musicians – to be part of upcoming productions. It's friendly, it's fun and no experience is needed...

Full details here...


St Luke's Arts and Drama Society, or SLADS, is looking for new members of any age, from seven upwards, to join one of Salford's best established entertainment groups.

They are welcoming anyone who wants to sing, dance or play music, and no stage experience is needed...

"We will teach you everything you need to know" states SLADS "If you find yourself bored and stuck inside on a Monday and Wednesday evening and have a desire to have fun, pop along at 7.30pm, meet new people and find yourself a new hobby."

SLADS' next production is Let's Dance, 'a spectacular journey through the evolution of dance over the last 100 years', and runs at the groups' base at St Luke's Parish Hall on Derby Road between 29th May and 3rd June.

While this production is already cast and tickets are already on sale, SLADS is urging anyone showing interest to "Come take a look and see what a wonderful place you can be part of..."

To have a chat with the group, just turn up any Monday or Wednesday at St Luke's Parish Hall at 7:30pm, or phone 0161 281 7423.

You can find out more about SLADS at www.slads.co.uk
Or on Facebook – click here

Let's Dance runs from Monday 29th May to Saturday 3rd June at St. Luke's Parish Hall, Derby Road, M6 5YD

Tickets are £6.50 adults; £5.50 concessions
To book phone the box office on 0161 281 7423

See also previous Salford Star articles about SLADS - click here and click here

Kevin wrote
at 2:58:20 PM on Monday, May 29, 2017
What time does the let's dance start? My mum is attending on tuesday. Thank you
 
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