Wizard of Oz – ooh no, not you, Tony Nicholas

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I am a returning member of 3D – Derby Deaf Drama – after having left 3 years earlier to travel around the country.

We looking for way to raise money for our next production which will be stage at a dedicated dance centre based in Derby, called DeDa.

To do this, we are doing a 10 mile walk around hilly Dovedale on Saturday 13th October 2007. We would appeal for sponsors to support our voluntary drama group. An online sponsor form can be found on this link. You do not need to use your credit/debit card – just your passion and commitment towards Deaf Drama and sign up!

3D need to raise money for their next production which will be “The Wizard of Oz”. The money raised will go towards buying costumes, set props etc. 3D is a voluntary groups and a community theatre and all performances are fully accessible to hearing and deaf as all actors use British sign Language as well as voice over. One of our aims that all the performances are educational for children as well as enjoyable.

We will be performing ” The Wizard of Oz” at Derby Dance Centre on the 11th 12th and 13th December 2007. Please click on DeDa link for ticket bookings’ details and times.

3D run by Deaf people who all have a strong passion for theatre. 3D is the only Deaf lead community theatre in East Midland.

We look forward to your support and will be very grateful for any donations received.

Sponsor form: http://www.sponsorformsonline.co.uk/derbydeafdrama.asp

5 thoughts on “Wizard of Oz – ooh no, not you, Tony Nicholas”

  1. You’re being difficult. 🙂

    Actually the beauty of that sponsorship form is that you do not need to enter any payment details on it and we will contact you and discuss how we could collect the money. The sponsor form is very easy to administrate as it will collect email address and postal address and a tickbox to check whether it been paid or not.

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