October online play reading

Our next online play reading will be held at 8 p.m. on Thursday 29 October. We’ll be reading “Silver Wedding”, a one-act comedy by AATG member Matteo Pasquini:

Newly-weds move into their new apartment bringing along a state-of-the-art silverfish trap. Troubles start when the trap is put to the test, windows crash, and a fancy table is delivered to the apartment.

The reading will be hosted by Matteo in the form of a video conference via whereby.com, with the number of participants limited to 11 (plus the host). AATG newcomers are particularly welcome to take part!

More information and how to join can be found here


Panto Rehearsal Alternative - New Kids Sessions

It has been a hive of activity in the Warehouse over the last few weeks! At first glance, it would look like business as usual. However, with no panto this year, the children’s rehearsals are not headed for the stage. Instead, we are planning on filming the performances and they will be available online to view for a small charge. The three specialists, Julia (acting), Lale (dance) and Jenny (singing) have not just been teaching the songs and the moves, but some skills and techniques as well. They will certainly be well prepared for panto rehearsals next year. Here’s Lale in action teaching a scene from ‘Consider Yourself’.

There are currently no open spots, but please check back again next term for more activities!

The AATG Annual General Meeting was held on Wednesday 16th September 2020 with 13 members meeting in the Warehouse. All formalities were met and the following committee was voted in by acclamation. More information about the committee will members will appear on the About Us page soon.

AATG Committee Officers

  Jenny Hall: Chairman 

  Kyle Buijs: Vice-Chairman

  John Kearey:  Secretary

  Peter Comley: Treasurer 

AATG Committee Ordinary Members

  Emma de Moel 

  John Hall

  Michael Connelly

  Catrin Cannock

Garden and Balcony Furniture


Having been deprived of the fun and excitement of building a pantomime set, the AATG’s Warehouse team is offering to make high-quality outdoor furniture (tables, benches, planters etc.) to customers’ specifications, as follows:

  • First decide what you’d like to have. You could get basic ideas about such furniture from websites such as Hornbach.
  • You would then decide on the dimensions, material and colour scheme that you would like. 
  • Once you have decided on the basic design, you would then contact Peter Comley to discuss how this furniture could then be made to your specifications. 

The cost would amount to the cost of materials plus a modest contribution towards AATG Warehouse expenses. So you’d not only get genuinely handmade outdoor furniture, you’d also be helping the AATG to weather the storm of the corona crisis!

Upcoming Events 2020 - 2021

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