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2018 Success!

Northern Touring Theatre Company Northeast Producers have been performing their productions in a huge array of Community venues from Restaurants, Residential & Nursing Homes to Clubs and Community Centre’s. As well as Schools and Nurseries.

 

2018 was a massively successful year for Northeast Producers.  Aiming to make Theatre more accessible for everyone; this year the Northern Touring Company have performed for over 900 clients, performing for over 16,000 people.

 

Northeast Producers have also been assisting various Charities this year such as the Teesside Hospice and Age Uk. The Northern Touring Theatre Company have been performing their Christmas and Summer Shows not only to entertain but to also help raise funding for these Charities.  A Quote from the manager at Butterwick Hospice Bishop Auckland, “the show was absolutely amazing.  The actors were so professional and in my opinion went above and beyond.  This Christmas could be some of our patients last and I am so pleased we celebrated this year with a production from Northeast Producers; memories were made”.

 

‘Making memories is exactly why Northeast Producers do what we do’ says Heather Matthews, company director. ‘We will be touring further productions in 2018 to assist other charity organisations.  If you would like Northeast Producers to help with your event, get in touch’.

 

Broxtowe Council and Northeast Producers Present 'Alice In Wonderland'.
 
Many of Broxtowe Council venues enjoyed a pantomime production of Alice In Wonderland in December 2018 delivered by Northeast Producers.

 

The traveling theatre company, Northeast Producers, performed Oliver in the run up to Christmas to Broxtowe Council's Homes and Sheltered Schemes, bringing that much needed ‘Christmas Spirit’ to the tenants.

 

Northeast Producers will be returning in the summer with their Musical Variety Show 'Memories are Made of This', and again in the Christmas period with an adaptation of 'Jack and The Beanstalk'.  Broxtowe Council’s tenants will be singing like never before.

 

Bondcare Group enjoy the run up to Christmas

 

The Willington Care Village kick-started their celebrations with the pantomime version of A Christmas Carol performed by Northeast Producers.  Joined by their family members, the residents also enjoyed a Christmas party, with special performances of Christmas carols by children from St Stephen’s Church of England Primary School in Willington and singer Rosemary Smith, followed by a tea party.

 

Julie Gray, Manager at The Willington Care Village, said: “Christmas is a special time and we like to make it as exciting as possible for our residents. It is also very important that the residents are able to share the festivities with their relatives and the local community - it is great to see them sharing such special moments.

Can’t get to the Panto? Oh yes you can!
 

Christmas just wouldn’t be Christmas without a good panto, and older members of the community recently enjoyed the chance to sing along with Alice, the Mad Hatter and other Wonderland characters at an event organised by Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH), one of the largest providers of affordable homes for older people in Stafford.

The event at Marston Court, an Independent Living Scheme managed by SARH, was organised as part of the pioneering SARH BeConnected project that aims to tackle loneliness and isolation.

More than 40 people, including many SARH customers, sang along during the pantomime performance staged by the Northeast Producers. The travelling theatre company specialises in creating affordable productions that can be brought to any space – and they certainly proved a hit on their visit to Marston Court.

SARH BeConnected Project Worker, Susan Cooke, explained: “This is the first time we’ve booked a professional production and it makes perfect sense both from a cost and logistics point of view. 

 

Travelling troupe gives ‘spirited’ performance at Homeleigh.

 

The Christmas ‘spirit’ has come early to a Homeleigh in Crumpsall, Manchester. Service users were treated to a performance of 'A Christmas Carol' from travelling theatre troupe, Northeast Producers.

Afterwards, performers from the company, joined staff and residents at the service, for a carol service. Service manager Kathie Schuller: “We all had such a great time. It was a fantastic show and put us all in a festive mood.”

Homeleigh is home to people with enduring mental health problems, who have round the clock support from professional staff....

 

 

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Northeast Producers help raise festive spirits and funds for families at Teesside Hospice

 

Northeast Producers regularly help various charity’s raise funds for their cause. Northeast producers performed a free showing of their Christmas Pantomime Alice in Wonderland not to raise money but to raise the spirits of the families who have loved ones spending their last days at the hospice.  A quote from Heather Matthews director at Northeast Producers 'I myself this year had a family member who lost his battle for his life and was supported to the end by Teesside Hospice and because of their support I wanted to give something back. I attended the showing and to hear the laughter and joy in the room was uplifting and refreshing'.

 

 

Please Sir, can we have some more?

 

Residents at The Cedars & Larches Care Home in Ilkeston were treated to something special as they welcomed ‘The Oliver Twist’ pantomime into the home.

 

Northeast Producers regularly help various charity’s raise funds for their cause. Northeast producers performed a free showing of their Christmas Pantomime Alice in Wonderland not to raise money but to raise the spirits of the families who have loved ones spending their last days at the hospice.  A quote from Heather Matthews director at Northeast Producers 'I myself this year had a family member who lost his battle for his life and was supported to the end by Teesside Hospice and because of their support I wanted to give something back. I attended the showing and to hear the laughter and joy in the room was uplifting and refreshing'.