Tag Archives: St Andrew’s Church

MadCap Theatre plays Shakespeare

MadCap Theatre* presents Shakespeare’s comedic play “Much Ado About Nothing” on Friday 1st July in St Andrew’s Church Garden, Droitwich.  Entry through the Parish Centre from 6pm for a 7pm start.

Shakespeare is always made understandable and enjoyable with our way of staging fun, fast-paced and entertaining theatre with a lot of ‘Madcap’ flair! Combining comedy, music, dance, stage combat and physicality with the original script; join us for a performance that is not to be missed.

Madcap collage

St. Richard’s Festival exhibition application form

St. Richard’s Festival exhibition will be held in St. Andrew’s church during the festival, from 30th April until 2nd May. On the bottom of the page you can find a link to application form that has to be returned by Saturday, 23rd April by email  [email protected], or hand in at Park’s Café, Victoria Square or at The MeetBox, St Andrews Square.

Decoration for Christmas Tree Festival 2015

Christmas tree festival will be held in Droitwich Spa on 28th November 2015. This will be the second year running that St Andrew’s church has staged the event. In organisation of Ann Reed from Droitwich Spa Knitting Circle and DAN the Christmas tree will be set up in the church a day earlier, on Friday, 27th November.

Art exhibition at Salt Fest 2015

St Richards boat & car festival 2015 (49)

St Andrew’s Church exhibition at St Richard’s Festival, May 2015 (photo by Tamara Jelaca)

St Andrew’s Church in the town centre will host an art exhibition as the part of the Salt Fest programme on 12th and 13th September. Droitwich Arts Network members are invited to show their artwork (paintings, drawings, photography…) during this two-days art show.

There will be some screens upon which photographs may be hung using sticky backed Velcro. There is no specific theme for this exhibition. As the part of this year exhibition, we will see artworks from artists of ‘Les Amis des Arts de Voiron’. This artistic collaboration with the artists from the twin town Voiron started as they took a part in the DAN exhibition at St Richard’s Festival earlier this year.