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2007 - Review: Murdered to Death

Taken From The Kidderminster Shuttle September 24th 2007 DESCRIBED as “the funniest whodunnit Agatha Christie never wrote”, KODS’ production of this hilarious play did not disappoint. Mildred Bagshot lives at her country house with her niece and butler. An old flame and his wife visit for the weekend, along with a French art dealer, and [...]

2007 - Murdered to Death

2007 - Murdered to Death

KODS Presented ‘Murdered to Death’ by Peter Gordon 12th to 15th September 2007 at The Rose Theatre Kidderminster Directed by Pat Scully Our Play in 2007 was the hilarious comedy, “Murdered To Death” by Peter Gordon. It had a cast of baddies, a pretend Frenchman, an elderly aunt and concerned niece – plus various other [...]

2007 - Review: Anything Goes

Taken From The Kidderminster Shuttle March 6th 2007 The music of Cole Porter, great routines, good acting/singing and colourful costumes make a visit to the Rose Theatre a good idea – though hurry as there are very few tickets left. Direct by Nigel Preece, with Sue Preece as musical director, there is really nothing to [...]

2007 - Anything Goes!

2007 - Anything Goes

KODS Presented ‘Anything Goes!’ Thursday 1st to Saturday 10th March 2007 at the Rose Theatre, Kidderminster Director: Nigel Preece Musical Director: Sue Preece Choreographer: Denise Churchett The action takes place on the SS AMERICAN, sailing from New York to England. On board are the beautiful American heiress Hope Harcourt (Sarah Richards), her English fiancé Sir [...]

2006 - Review: Pardon Me, Prime Minister

Taken From The Kidderminster Shuttle September 14th 2006 THIS farce by Edward Taylor and John Graham tells of a prime minister and his Scottish chancellor of the exchequer who wants his job, and has the support of many MPs. Hang on – that sounds rather familiar! I hope that is where the similarity ends or [...]

2006 - Pardon Me, Prime Minister

2006 - Pardon Me Prime Minister

KODS Presented ‘Pardon Me, Prime Minister’ by Edward Taylor and John Graham. 6th to 9th September 2006 at The Rose Theatre Kidderminster Directed by Charlie Coombes Our 2006 play (a farce) is by Edward Taylor and John Graham. It follows the story of a prime minister and his Scottish chancellor preparing a severeley punitive budget, which [...]

2006 - Review: My Fair Lady

Taken From The Kidderminster Shuttle NEVER mind how cold it is outside, anyone with a ticket to see this production will have a heart-warming experience guaranteed to beat the winter blues. The casting was inspired – we all knew Nigel Preece would be brilliant as Henry Higgins and, as always, he did not let us [...]

2005 - Review: Key for Two

Taken From The Kidderminster Shuttle September 15th 2005 THIS is one of the funniest plays I have ever seen, a real pleasure to watch. It demands good timing, as it verges on farce, but the Kidderminster Operatic and Dramatic Society’s (KODS) talented cast were on top form. Pat Scully was sparkling as Harriet, the lady [...]

2005 - Review: KODS Kapers

Taken From The Kidderminster Shuttle May 26th 2005 I ENJOYED an evening in the company of Kidderminster Operatic and Dramatic Society immensely, with a programme of songs which included many old favourites from the shows, plus a sprinkling of newer items. The artistes are too numerous to mention all, but one of the younger ones [...]

2004 - Review: Daisy Pulls it Off

Taken From The Kidderminster Shuttle September 16th 2004 “JOLLY hockeysticks” abound in this tale of a “posh” girls school, where the students are horrified to learn that an elementary schoolgirl has won a scholarship to their establishment. Among the pranks and midnight feasts, there is much snobbery, and dirty tricks galore, and even a hunt [...]

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