Filed under: 2016, Festival shows | Tags: Amatuer theatre in Edinburgh, Best Fringe musicals, Best Fringe shows, Children's Theatre, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, edinburgh fringe, Edinburgh Fringe 2016 musical theatre shows, FCT, Festival, Forth Children's Theatre, Fringe, fringe musicals, Jesus Christ Superstar, musical theatre, Musicals, What's On in Edinburgh, Youth Theatre
This is our Fringe sales printout.
The Fringe has 45 Tickets per night and as you can see three are completely sold out and one night has a single ticket left. Our opening night or the Monday night is looking your best bet at this stage. But you can try the FCT Hotline as a few tickets may remain.
We’ve sold nearly 1,500 of our 1,800 tickets and there’s over a month till opening night so expect ten sell outs.
Thank you to all of our extremely generous show sponsors (all shows are taken) and to our generous band of advertisers.
Rehearsals have been incredible. Spine tingling and the music and movement both defy description. Surely one of FCTs all time highlights.
Filed under: 2014, FCT People, Uncategorized | Tags: Fashion show edinburgh, FCT fashion show, Forth Children's Theatre, Youth Theatre
Read the full piece here…
Filed under: 13 the musical, 2012, cast photos, Easter shows, FCT People | Tags: 13 the musical, days out in Edinburgh this Easter, Easter entertainment, easter shows, Edinburgh entertainment, Edinburgh What's On, FCT, What's on edinburgh, What's On in Edinburgh, Youth Theatre
It was a long shift yesterday from 12 till 6.30 but boy do we have a show. In every department, dialogue, movement and singing it’s great. Really funny throughout with a cracking script. Tickets are going well so far with nearly 600 sold. If you want them you can call the ticket hotline on 07794 144 372. Adults £11. Concessions £9. Family ticket of 4 (max 2 adults) for only £30 and we have a cut price matinee where all tickets are £8 on Saturday 7th at 2.30.
Filed under: 2012, Auditions, Easter shows, youtube | Tags: 13, 13 the musical auditions, 13 the musical broadway, Amatuer theatre in Edinburgh, auditions, Children's Theatre, Easter show, Edinburgh Evening News, FCT people, musical theatre, Musicals, The Pleasance, Youth Theatre
Next Year FCT will be staging 13 The Musical at The Pleasance Theatre in Edinburgh.
It’s been a smash hit on Broadway and is full of fantastic numbers like these ones.
This is the title track
And a few more…
The production team will be led by Ronan Radin, MD’d by Andrew McDivvit and Choreographed by Katie Renton; all three making their production debuts for FCT but all three ex cast members. A lot of fun is guaranteed.
AUDITIONS ARE JUST AROUND THE CORNER!
We’re all very excited about the auditions on Sunday.
Please be there, at Bangholm, prompt at 10am as we want to crack into the fun workshops we have planned!
If people have problems making the full day then please do get in touch as there may be a way to get round it!
We’d really appreciate it if you could all let your friends know about the auditions as it would be great to have as many people as possible. Please share this link on facebook (we’ll be checking to see who has actually done it).
If you have any questions then please get in touch with our director at email@example.com
Looking forward to seeing you all on Sunday!
The production team x
Filed under: 2011, FCT People, Festival shows | Tags: Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Edinburgh Fringe Musical, edinburgh musicals, FCT, Forth Children's Theatre, fringe musicals, Fringe Youth Theatre, Ian MacDonald, Katy Barry, musical theatre, The Chess Game, vic laing, Youth Theatre
Rehearsals are well under way for the latest FCT extravaganza. It will be our 33rd consecutive Festival Fringe production (our 64th producton in total) and is a newly updated reprise of the show we put on in 1985.
It was written by our great friend Ian MacDonald who returns to MD the show which will be directed by Vic Laing; who will need a big break in September after staging Annie and The Chess Game back to back. (Oh yes, and he has a day job too!)
Kirsty Shaw is helping out with choreography along with Paddy Hornig; so two more past cast members make their production/direction team debuts.
Katy Barry is assisting Ian with Vocal Coaching.
Ian was a big favourite with FCT audiences when he wrote a trio of fantastic shows (The Chess Game in 1985, Chances in 1986 and Angel in 1987).
The Chess Game is a fast moving musical show with several very stirring numbers. Who can forget Maya Stewart’s rendition of I hear the Bell Toll as the Silly Pawn in 2009’s 30th anniversary show, Ya Beauty.
It uses Chess as an allegory for the world we live in today, with each piece representing different power brokers in today’s society; the military, the church, the media and the monarchy with the poor old pawns merely the footsoldiers and the victims of poor (even corrupt, and certainly self interested) decision making by the powers that be.
Or are they….?
Filed under: 2006, Easter shows, posters | Tags: Al Capone, big Al, Easter show, FCT, Forth Children's Theatre, Youth Theatre
Our 2006 Easter Show.
Filed under: 2004, Easter shows, posters | Tags: 2004, Easter show, FCT, Forth Children's Theatre, Lionel Bart, Oliver, Youth Theatre
Our 2004 Spring production.