This is My Theatre (Sussex)
THE SNOW QUEEN
SUNDAY 19th December 2021, 4pm & 7.30pm
St. Botolph’s Church, TRUNCH
“Warms the hearts of the audience… A vivid and captivating portrayal of The Snow Queen!” – Bishop’s Stortford Independent
An imaginative and poignant adaptation! The mysterious Snow Queen was both beguiling and menacing…highly recommended.”– Sussex Local Magazine
With live music, song and characters all ages loved, this beautiful adaptation warmed hearts at Christmas!
When her friend is stolen by the cold-hearted Snow Queen, Gerda must find the strength and courage to travel across the lands to save him. An array of characters along the way will guide and aid her journey but can Gerda bring the warmth of summer back to her friend?
THIS IS MY THEATRE is a Sussex based theatre company which was formed in 2016 from talented young actors and musicians. Their first production was Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, performed in 2016 at St Botolph’s Church (South Downs near Steyning). Now THIS IS MY THEATRE with great success tours all over the country and performs in historical places like medieval churches and National Trust venues.
In December 2020 THIS IS MY THEATRE brought A Christmas Carol to Trunch and received a very enthusiastic reception.
What people said about the performance at St Botolph’s in 2020:
“It was a truly wonderful and extraordinary performance and a very clever production for such a small team of Actors”.
“Quality of the acting and the stage production was truly awesome!“
“Such a delightful afternoons entertainment. What a talented lot the youngsters are!”
“What a fantastic production. Did me a power of good in these gloomy times.”
The performance took place in St. Botolph’s Church in Trunch.
With a licensed bar. It’s good practice to wear face masks all the time, except when you are eating or drinking.
The number of places was limited. Pre-booking only. Tickets – £15.
Tickets – by phone 01692 402 624 or at Trunch Corner Stores, cash only (N Walsham Rd, Trunch, North Walsham NR28 0PL).
All proceeds are donated to Trunch and Swafield Church restoration projects.