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Rapunzel - A pantomime by Annette McQuillan
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Welcolme To ELAPS Reply to this News Item Print this Topic E-Mail this Topic
Posted 2013/02/01 - 11:01 By Graeme
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East Leake Amateur players is an Amateur Dramatics group located in the Village of East Leake in Rural Nottinghamshire

THe group has been running for over 10 years now with the aim of providing an arts and entertainment outlet for the local community.

The group is self funded and run by its members who comprise more than 70 in number with ages ranging from 8 to 80!

ELAPS typically hold 2 major productions a year although the Junior group may sometimes boost this to 3 or 4

The main productions take place in May and December, with the December production being Pantomime based.

The group meets on a Thursday evening in East Leake Village Hall on Main Street in the village and anyone wishing to join the group is welcome to come along.

There are many roles to play in an Amateur Dramatics group and often more of them are backstage rather that those that result in appearances on the stage. So whether it's acting, singing, props management, set painting, scenery manufacturing,
lighting, sound, prompting, front of house, costume making, directing, producing,just helping out generally or all of the above that interest you - we're always interested in new members who want to come along and join us.

If you want to contact us for more information you can either email:
Or contact one of the following:

Chairperson - Hayley Masom - 07770 960562
Secretary - Keith Benedict - 01509 820851
Treasurer - Graeme Wappett - 01509 854007


Ticket Shop Back Online Reply to this News Item Print this Topic E-Mail this Topic
Posted 2008/11/02 - 22:02 By Jazz
Website Hi All,

Jarrod here.
The problems with the online shop have now been resolved and it is back online again now.


New photos uploaded Reply to this News Item Print this Topic E-Mail this Topic
Posted 2008/01/27 - 01:29 By Jazz
Website A new photo album has been added to the pantomime alliance category, the link is:
http://www.elaps.co.uk/album_cat.php?cat_id=56

Here's my personal favourite:


Tickets can now be bought online Reply to this News Item Print this Topic E-Mail this Topic
Posted 2007/09/11 - 15:47 By Jazz
Website That's right, we now have a fully working shop on our site at www.elaps.co.uk/shop.php

The payment method isn't paypal, but instead google checkout.
If you don't have an account, don't worry, you could set one up for free in just a couple of minutes from http://checkout.google.com

Got family and friends coming from afar? A large crew of people?
Let them know the URL, the shop isn't just restricted to members of the group but anyone in the public.
People can purchase up to 10 tickets per transactions and there is no limit to the number of transactions any one person can make.

When the tickets have been paid for, the customer is sent a confirmation email with a code they should print off and bring along on the show night. We'll have tickets waiting there with their confirmation number and other details (just in case they forget).

Buy now to avoid disappointment.


Now you can add calendar events to Outlook (or similar) Reply to this News Item Print this Topic E-Mail this Topic
Posted 2007/09/11 - 03:16 By Jazz
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Got Microsoft Outlook 2000 or above? - I have, and it plays a huge role in organising my life with tasks, notes and calendar entries. Cheesey advertisement aside, any program capable of reading iCal files can now make use of a new tool I've added to the calendar.

There is now a "download" link on each calendar item which should appear on a page like in the below picture

Click the link and should see the following

If you choose the open option, the item should open in Outlook like below


For example, you can download the generated file for all the Thursday rehearsals from the link below.
http://www.elaps.co.uk/cal_display.php?id=261&download