Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Stage 27 Amateur Dramatics presents Midsummer Mysteries at the mac

Join us for a chilling midsummer journey into the realms of the supernatural...if you dare

Stage 27 Amateur Dramatics invites you to a nerve-jangling performance of three one act plays at the mac Hexagon Theatre, Edgbaston, Birmingham on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th July 2011.

The Edge - by Steve Carley

Marcus is a man teetering on a psychological edge. Haunted by the ‘gift’ of premonition, it is only a matter of time before he discovers a terrifying truth.

They Came To A Cottage - by Mary Neild

A group of travellers find themselves lost on a deserted, misty moor. What terrible secrets await them inside Wastelands Cottage?

A Cut In The Rates - by Alan Ayckbourn

Miss Pickhart was only intending to collect some unpaid rates from a tenant of an eerie old house. Little did she know that the fun was just about to begin…..

Stage 27 is pleased to be performing once again at the mac after its £15.2 million pound refurbishment, and we hope that you will be able to join us. There are refreshment facilities and free parking available.

Performances and ticket information:

Midsummer Mysteries (three one act performances)

7pm on Friday 8th July and 4pm & 7.30pm on Saturday 9th July 2011. Tickets: £8 (£7 concession)

Midsummer Nightmare (single one act performance of ‘They Came To A Cottage’)

10pm on Friday 8th July 2011. Tickets: £5 (£4.50 concession)

Tickets can be purchased directly from the mac: /

0121 446 3232

Stage 27 is one of the oldest, self-financed Amateur Dramatics Groups in Birmingham and is based at Acocks Green Methodist Church. With members of all ages and experience, we are a fun, friendly Group who enjoy performing all aspects of Amateur Dramatics, culminating in two Theatrical Productions a year. We regularly enter local Acting Festivals, and have been successful on many occasions. Our Group has also taken part in television and extras work and recently performed dramatic excerpts from Lord Of The Rings at the Birmingham City Council 2011 Tolkien Weekend at Sarehole Mill. Above all we enjoy what we do and don’t take anything too seriously!

Amateur Dramatics isn’t just about acting. It’s about stage/costume design, backstage work, advertising and directing - to name but a few! If you are interested in joining Stage 27, or would like to find out about future productions, please email Helen at:  or visit:  No experience necessary!

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