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Rehearsals

Here is the current rehearsal schedule for Hello, Dolly!


Weds 29/11 - 7.30pm Pages 7-11 - Call On Dolly with ensemble

Thurs 30/11 - 7.30pm Pages 7-11 - Call On Dolly with ensemble

Fri 1/12 - 7.30pm Pages 12-21 - No ensemble

Sat 2/12 - 10-4pm Pages 21-24 - Put On Your Sunday Clothes

Sun 3/12 - 1-5pm - Pages 25-40 - No ensemble

Weds 6/12 - 7.30pm Music 3 - It Takes A Woman - men

Thurs 7/12 - 7.30pm - Full revision call - Pages 40-43 - Ensemble included

Thurs 14/12 - 7.30pm Pages 43-46 - Parade including ensemble

Weds 20/12 - 7.30pm Run Act 1 - Full call. Last call before Christmas.

1st rehearsal 2018 - Thursday 4th January 7.30pm.


Please could all the cast learn the Act 1 script and lyrics by our January rehearsals. I will require a suitable stand-in for all blocking rehearsals if anyone is unable to attend. It is the performer's responsibility to provide a stand-in.

If you are unable to attend a rehearsal, you must let Linda Drew or Mary Isaac know (not via the Facebook page).



NODA Review - 9 to 5

NODA Wales and Ireland, District 5

Company: Cockett Amateur Operatic Society

Production: 9 to 5

Director: Kathryn Wheel

Musical Director: Jonathan Lycett

Assistant to the Director and Choreographer: Julie Hemming

Date: Friday 10th March, 2017

Luke Spencer


Dolly Parton opening the show?! What more could an audience ask for?! From the outset this production had energy and pizzazz and the audience were thoroughly entertained.

We were greeted with an excellent set by Scenic Projects and there was an immediate vibrancy to the opening number performed by the company, with the choreography being well crafted throughout.

With good performances from Dean Walker as the lying, egotistical, sexist, hypocritical bigoted Franklin Hart, Sean Davies as Joe and a lovely performance of the Hart-obsessed Roz by Sioban Miles, three leading ladies were perfectly supported and given the platform to shine.

Sarah Clatworthy as Judy gave a fantastic journey to the character from demure, prissy recent divorcee to a feisty self-confident woman, taking no prisoners and of course demonstrating her fabulous voice delightfully. A similar journey was seen in the performance given by Cath Fraser as Violet who also wowed the audience with great vocal skills and fantastic stage presence. The last, but by no means the least, of the three was Rachael Clee as Doralee. Such stage presence, vocal ability and enthusiasm from this young performer lit up the stage and delighted the audience.

This was by far and away the best production I have seen from Cockett in recent years and it was lovely to see new members joining the company for this musical.

Congratulations and I look forward to the next production.


For any further enquiries, please contact Hon. Gen. Secretary Mary Isaac or Beverley Harris (CAOS Chairman).