Posted on February 16th, 2017 by trevor
Saturday night’s performance has SOLD OUT!
There are still some tickets available for Thursday and Friday – see www.ndgangshow.org.uk
Amazing reviews from Wednesday night’s performance.
Posted on February 13th, 2017 by trevor
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Confirmation of venue:
DEVON HALL @ BIDEFORD COLLEGE
15th – 18th February
Prices and costs remain exactly the same as original
£11 per seat + £1 processing fee per ticket
Group bookings of 10 or more do not have to pay the processing fee
There will also be a £1 postage charge per booking
Please call 01271 335740 or follow the online booking link from our web site www.ndgangshow.org.uk
(This number is only for new bookings and not to assist with any enquiries regarding tickets purchased through North Devon Theatres’ Trust)
Queen’s Theatre purchased tickets will be honoured
If you had already purchased tickets through the North Devon Theatre’s Trust – ie. you had paid for them – we will honour those tickets for the night of booking.
We will need to see either the actual tickets or your Theatre e-mail confirmation/booking receipt of payment as proof of purchase. This proof will need to be presented to our venue box office on the performance night, where they will be exchanged for the equivalent number of tickets for that same evening’s performance.
Unfortunately without this proof we cannot exchange the tickets.
You will not be required to pay for these exchanged tickets (even if you have secured a refund with the Theatre administrators or your credit card company)
The Gang Show will not be receiving any money for tickets already bought but we hope none of you will be out of pocket.
Anyone who has been fortunate to receive a refund, we hope you may be able to make a donation to our funds in the various collection buckets which will be placed around the venue during the performances.
If you have made a payment you need to put in a claim to the administrators or your credit card company. More details can be found on the Administrators web site page
http://bishopfleming.co.uk/north-devon-theatres-trust/ or call 01392 448892.
If you had only reserved seats, these reservations will have been cancelled and you will need to purchase new seats via the new ticket phone line or link.
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All information can be found on the FAQ page of the Show website
Posted on June 22nd, 2016 by trevor
NORTH DEVON GANG SHOW 2017
Application forms are now available to take part in our next Show (February 2017 – the 38th annual District Show). The 2016 Show was a great success again so we’re keen to encourage more members to get involved and join the fun for the 2017 Show.
The Show is a great opportunity to develop new skills, build in confidence, make new friends and have great fun. It is an additional District activity to normal weekly Group meetings & activities, giving the youngsters a further chance to enjoy the wide range of activities Scouting can offer.
The Show is open to Cubs/Scouts/Explorers/Network/Leaders.
You don’t need any previous experience of theatre or stage activities to join… So what are you waiting for? Send in your Application form today.
Posted on June 10th, 2016 by trevor
Posted on March 12th, 2016 by trevor
Meet the new County Commissioner for Devon, Marc Coton.
Posted on February 19th, 2016 by trevor
Well the tickets are nearly all sold out for Friday and Saturday now, with many who saw on Wednesday or Thursday going for a second time. The ‘Gang’ have a real range of songs, comedy and dance for you. With some real talents shining through, and some being rather glamorous – the cast members you might not quite expect to see ‘dress’ed up.
All the cast and support crew have put so much in so far and still two more performances to go. Well done. B-R-A-V-O and may the Force be with them.
Posted on October 10th, 2015 by trevor
Thank you for Bratton Fleming Scout Group for organising today’s Worm Charming Event at our District Campsite. With Beavers, Cubs and Scouts coming from all over North Devon charming the worms to the surface. Weather looks perfect and ground is ideal. Now better make the picnic to join the giant picnic and then the day is finished off with a campfire and singsong session.
Posted on April 7th, 2015 by trevor
North Devon Scout District Cubs are runners up for the third year running in the County Swimming Gala for Cubs held at Middlemoor Police Headquarter in Exeter was organised by Sandra Johnson the Assistant County Commissioner for Cubs.. Cubs from the North Devon Scout District were very excited to compete against the best from the other Districts in the County and all did their best. Torbay took the most points this year. However the 9 Cubs who represented the North Devon Scout District brought home two individual bronze medals for cubs from 12th North Devon (Pilton) Scout Group and 1st Chivenor Scout Group. The Districts relay teams also won 1st in the over 9 ½ age group the 3 x3 race. North Devon came 2nd in the under 9 ½ age group 3×3 race & 3rd place in the District mixed age relay. The leader’s race was won for the second year in succession by Gary Wright of 1st Chivenor Scout Group. Medals and certificates were presented by the Chief Constable for Devon and Cornwall Shaun Sawyer. Swimming is just one of the many activities that is on offer in Scouting in North Devon, for more information for all young people over the age of 6 years and adults please contact Neil Corfield the District Commissioner at neilnorthdevondc@btinternet.
Posted on April 7th, 2015 by trevor
51 Cub Scouts and 9 Leaders from 1st North Devon Barnstaple, 1st Chivenor and 1st Tawstock embarked upon an exciting adventure from Barnstaple Railway Station to the National Marine Aquarium Plymouth.
The train was generously chartered by First Great Western (FGW) with the help of David Gardner, Matthew Cambourne, Steve Lawrence and Dan Okey. On the outward journey a special train was attached to the back of a service train, which then detached at Exeter and continued to Plymouth, and on the way home was a special train all the way from Plymouth. Extra support was provided by Melanie Harvey (Station Manager Barnstaple) and Mark Chorley (Station Manager Plymouth) in loading and unloading the luggage and helping with getting it to and from the Aquarium.
Upon arrival in Plymouth the Cubs embarked on a hike to Plymouth Life Centre where they enjoyed swimming, then to McDonald’s, and finally to the Aquarium where they had a private tour including meeting the sharks, the resident turtle and seeing some of the marine life local to the area. There was then the opportunity to draw some of the things they had seen before settling down to a midnight feast and film and a little sleep in front of the Shark Tank! The next day, after a hearty breakfast and a trip to Plymouth Hoe, the tired Cubs walked back to the station before travelling all the way home on a special train service.
“The Cubs all agreed it was a fantastic weekend and the effort put in by everyone really paid off, especially the guys at Plymouth” – Mathew Gard (Akela 1st North Devon and IT Technical Development Manager – FGW)
Judy Aldrich-Smith (Akela 1st Chivenor) said “This was a wonderful way for North Devon Cub Scouts to start the Year of Adventure, Scouting provides many activities for young people in North Devon, we would especially like to thank First Great Western for their generosity, help and support and at the staff at the National Marine Aquarium for making this adventure possible.”