Spalding Ladies' Circle bring cheque cheer to town theatre group SADOS
Spalding and District Ladies’ Circle has given a £50 boost to town am-dram group SADOS, which will help in their search for a new home.
SADOS (Spalding Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society) performed three comedy sketches for the circle’s vintage tea party, and the donation is a thank you for that.
In April SADOS launched a £100,000 appeal for a new rehearsal space after learning they will lose their current premises, a barn affectionately dubbed “The Shed” on Monks House Lane, Spalding, next year.
The theatre group’s Jodie Schweikhardt said SADOS members have their fingers crossed that a farmer will come to the rescue by allowing them to use a barn or a similar outbuilding to rehearse their upcoming shows.
Our picture shows Clare Johnson-Smith, from the Ladies Circle, presenting the cheque to Jodie (front, second left) at the SADOS quiz night at The Black Bull, Pinchbeck.
Lord Voldemort in the picture is Andrew Rudd, who put together the comedy sketches for the Ladies Circle and has also directed The Ladykillers, the SADOS production that will be staged at The South Holland Centre, Spalding, from November 21-24.