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Monday 22 February 2010

The GrandSlam needs your help!

Please read! We need your help! Conact me by email and lets see if your PR/Corperate Team will help. Even a raffle prize or offering to put up/distribute flyers is fantastic :) Thank you.

Please — we need your help.

We are a not-for-profit community group, run by volunteers such as myself, and survives completely upon ticket sales, donations and a £1 a week membership fee. We have over 60 members aged between 7 and 80 years.

We have just finished Sleeping Beauty, which was a great success however our next production is something completely different to anything we have done before.

Bugsy Malone is a cross between a musical and a play and so far has been fantastic to see local professionals (choreographers & a vocal coach) donate time and money to our group however we are finding funding and publicity a real concern.

I am writing to you for advice and help.

We have been very lucky to receive donations from Pinewood Studios and South Bucks District Council but with increasing rent costs and license fees, this community needs you.

Thank you for your time so far and I look forward to hearing you from soon.

Matt Streuli

Publicity Officer & 'Fat Sam', Bugsy Malone

I am writing to you asking for help - about our small community group.

Monday 8 February 2010

Sleeping Beauty's Smashing Success

Sleeping Beauty was a big hit with over 300 people supporting the pantomime over five shows. Zoe Streuli, a local Nurse and mother, said “What a vast improvement; year on year. Well worth it!”

The pantomime was a fun filled show which featured a giant spider and a guest appearance by The Stig. Iver Heath Drama Club is run by volunteers which survives on donations and from ticket sales. The profit made from the pantomime will help pay high costs like rent and insurance plus contribute towards their next exciting show this June.

Claire Freeman, Co-Director of the show and local student, 20, said “There was a fantastic buzz of energy by everyone, especially those who tire away behind the scenes. We’ve had great support from our audiences too – and I just wanted to say a huge thank you to you all. Its magical!”

The club’s next production, Bugsy Malone, this the club’s first serious musical, is looking to be the biggest and best production yet as all members of the community, including professional vocal coaches and a west-end choreographer lend their energy and time.

The club is always open to new members, of all ages, and meets every Wednesday at the Iver Heath New Village Hall. Further information and tickets is available via and their Box Office on 01753 652 616
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