Acting Holidays (Commercial Offer)

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Dear Sir/Madam

We’d  like to bring to your attention a new venture which offers the more adventurous soul the chance to travel to somewhere a little more exotic than Farndale Avenue  Housing Estate and presents the opportunity of experiencing a different culture, enjoying spectacular scenery and good weather, drinking very good wine whilst at the same time pursuing acting activities.

If you’d like a holiday that’s adventurous and different, takes you out of your comfort zone somewhat and allows you to engage in your chosen hobby,  let us direct you to the following website – A few simple clicks and more will be revealed!.

We would be very grateful if you could pass this information to your members. Many thanks for your time.

The ActOut Team

Email   [email protected]

Tel        Jon on 07986245355

Theatre Make-up Workshop

Wadhurst Dramatic Club wroteNicola Downey to tell us that Nicola Downey, professional make-up artist will be running a seminar for them on Saturday 18th April 10.15am for 10.30am start.

COST £15 per adult, £10 per child (under 18 years) including all make-up used

Limited places available. This is a great opportunity to learn and practise new skills.

LOCATION: The Orchard Room in Wadhurst, behind the Commemoration Hall.

(The red door, just before you reach the Library,)  [nearby post code is TN5 6AP]




To participate either ring Catherine on 01892 783384 or email [email protected]



Actors Needed for Charity Film

Martin Brady contacted us about a local, volunteer-based project (sponsored by Mid-Sussex District Council) making a short video about the need to conserve water and to provide a few simple ideas for reducing domestic water consumption.

It is being professionally produced and revolves around a light-hearted setting where family members argue with one another over water usage and discuss the wider impacts. They are are looking for somebody to play the role of the dad, (in his forties), and the grandmother, (probably in her seventies).

If you are interested in taking part or have any questions please contact Martin Brady at [email protected] or on 07925 832020.