Sedos, the City of London's Premier Amateur Theatre Company, Gears Up to Stage Summer Festival in July
It's just under a month until Sedos opens its doors for our third Summer Festival at the Bridewell Theatre, where the society is the resident theatre company.
This year's Festival starts with the return of Eurosedos, an original, interactive show based on The Eurovision Song Contest which has delighted audiences twice before. This year's version - The Eurosedos Song Contest 2014: Strictly Not Winners (1-5 July) - is set to be just as successful.
Next up is the British premiere of Melissa Reeves' In Cahoots (8-12 July), a quirky Australian play about renegade Brownies.
Gogol's comedic masterpiece Government Inspector (15-18 July) is the third show. This marks the first time the London preview of our Edinburgh Fringe production has also been part of our Summer Festival at the Bridewell, an exciting development.
The Festival closes with The Show Off (19 July) - for one night only! This riotous evening is a showcase of the Sedos membership, with a guest appearance by Sedance, our members' weekly dance class.
The box office is open and more than half the voting tickets for The Eurosedos Song Contest 2014: Strictly Not Winners have already been sold.
"After the success of the 2013 Festival, we're looking forward to this year's three weeks of theatrical madness," said Sedos committee member Pippa Roome. "This year's Festival brings together so many great things about Sedos - from the return of Eurosedos to the opportunity for audiences to see the wonderful work of Sedance. The Festival will once again involve more than 100 people on stage and behind the scenes and it's wonderful to have so many of our members new and old taking part."
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