Rehearsals for our current production have been steadily progressing since last Autumn with everybody working very hard, especially those 'unsung heroes' behind the scenes, the set builders, carpenters, painters, lighting experts, wardrobe, make up,refreshments etc. without whom it would be impossible to produce a show.

We will be presenting THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD at THE MADDERMARKET THEATRE from Wednesday 2nd May – Saturday 5th May. Performances start at 7.30pm with a matinee on Saturday at 2.30 pm.

Tickets are £9 & £7. Saturday Matinee £8 & £6. and can be booked through the Maddermarket theatre Box Office Tel: 01603 620917

This will be our third production at The Maddermarket Theatre and we hope that you will be able to come and support us. Sylvia Coward and her team will again be Front of House so please make sure you say hello!

Parking is available nearby at St. Andrews car park and also St.Giles multi-story car park.

Please support us in what promises to be a very exciting production.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT is Chairman's night when representatives from other societies are invited to attend. We shall be meeting them after the Show in the Bar for drinks and nibbles.

As usual FRIDAY NIGHT will be our LATE SUPPER night and we will again be going to PIZZA EXPRESS in St.Benedicts. Sue Butcher has again kindly offered to organise this and will be passing amongst you during Show week. We look forward to seeing you all there!

SATURDAY NIGHT – our final night is also our GET OUT NIGHT. As in previous years we have to clear the Theatre on Saturday night immediately after our last performance. Again, as before several lists will be put up during the week with the jobs that need doing . Please put your name alongside those jobs. This has worked well previously and with all hands to the wheel it can be completed very quickly, so even if you have visitors in the audience they will be able to have an after show drink in the bar while waiting for you.

Jim and Janet Barley have once again kindly offered to host the after show party at their home.

As mentioned last year the Society does have personal accident and public liability insurance. However, this ceases for members when they reach 80 years of age. We do want you, but please do not take any unnecessary risks.


If you are in line for a NODA Award please get in touch with Janet Barley who will complete the forms for you.
Janet will need to know when you started active service, either singing or helping, and with which Society.
A presentation will be made at the AGM.


We are holding two CAR BOOT SALES in the Summer. The first will be at Hellesdon High School on 23rd June, the second on 24th June probably at Arminghall, this date is to be confirmed. Please start sorting any unwanted items to help raise funds for ENOS. Volunteers will be needed for these dates, the more the merrier!

7th July – Gilbert & Sullivan ‘Lollipops’ Concert at Trunch Church at 7.30pm.

Ian & Jenny Roberson are holding a Society Barbeque on Sunday 3nd June, from 3.00pm until late.

Jim & Janet Barley are having a Garden Party on Sunday 1st July at 2.00pm, with a Bring & Buy.

The AGM will be on Tuesday 4th September at Wroxham Church Hall. Agendas and nominations for new committee members will be circulated nearer the date.

Our SHOW for 2008 will be ‘Patience’ at The Maddermarket Theatre from 28th April – 3rd May.

Looking ahead to 2009 – the Society’s 50th Anniversary.

‘The Mikado’ is the show chosen and there are several events lined up to celebrate this important year. A Dinner will be held at a venue yet to be decided, and also a Gala Concert and a trip to see a London Show. If you have any ideas or preferences please speak to any of the Committee members.

Sheringham Savoyards are performing ‘Iolanthe’ at The Little Theatre, Sheringham from Tuesday 12th June – Saturday 16th June. Performances start at 7.30pm. Tickets are available from the Box Office : 01263 822347. If you can’t make it they will be delighted to see you at Thorpe Market Church on 22nd June at 7.30pm for a concert version, Musical Director David Kett.

Remember to visit the ENOS website   http://www.enosoc.co.uk