KADDS – Amateur Dance & Drama

By Judy Parnall, Chairman, KADDS

KADDS (Kingswood Amateur Drama and Dance Society)Drama in Kingswood has an outstanding reputation and a faithful following. At its inception in 1980, it functioned under the banner of the KVCA. This proved so successful that after ten years, a separate drama committee was formed, known as KADDS (Kingswood Amateur Drama and Dance Society) to continue the wide variety of productions, which included classical and modern drama, comedies, thrillers, pantomimes, revues and Christmas shows.

100% of all profits are given to the KVCA for the upkeep of the hall, and this benefits Kingswood Village generally, by keeping the subscriptions of other hall users as low as possible. In order to continue the high standard and variety of productions at KADDS, we welcome interest from the local community, not only on stage and backstage, but through our audiences. Attending our events is a most enjoyable way of supporting your village. It is an extremely friendly group which welcomes adults and children alike, so do take a minute to look at our forthcoming events.

We also advertise on the Amateur Dramatics Worldwide site.

For more information please contact Judy Parnall

Forthcoming Events & Productions

KADDS festive events are getting ever closer!

Do join us for Carols in our delightful Kingswood Cafe on Saturday 8th December at 11am.

Then on Thursday 20th or Friday 21st December come along to Kingswood Village Hall for
KADDS’ annual entertainment Christmas Crackers!

Laugh at the sketches, enjoy the songs and join in the Carols with a glass of wine and a mince pie.

Tickets for Christmas Crackers available from Kingswood Village Store, Waterhouse Lane and will be available online from www.ticketsource.co.uk/kadds

Further details below.

BEYOND A JOKE

People have a habit of dying at Jane and Andrew’s country house!
When their daughter Sally brings her new man Geoff home, he mistakenly gets the idea that there is something more sinister than just mere accidents going on.  Confusion and hysteria result when the vicar passes away and Jane and Andrew try to remove the body. Events are further confused when Geoff’s parents arrive and are unaware that a body has been stowed in their car boot!