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Creating a Theatre – A Step by Step Guide-bookcover

By: Christopher John Elliott

Creating a Theatre – A Step by Step Guide

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Unleash the magic of your very own theatre! Dive into the exhilarating world of stagecraft, where your unique skills and creativity come alive. Whether it’s musicals, plays, or pantomimes, with the right guidance and collaboration, your vision can become a reality. Everyone possesses a unique talent; it’s time to harness yours. This book is your roadmap, drawing from personal experiences to navigate the highs and lows of theatre life. Whether you dream of community performances, touring shows, or a professional stage, the possibilities are boundless. Embrace your passion, stay organized, and remain determined. The joy and memories you’ll create, both for yourself and your audience, will be immeasurable. Let’s set the stage together!

Christopher John Elliott was born in 1943, the son of a watchmaker and a jeweller. He worked as a watch and clock repairer before becoming a Butlins Redcoat. He studied sheet metalwork and set up his own business—he later closed this to concentrate on his love for theatre, creating his own theatre company within a community centre. This theatre is still operating, accommodating various local amateur groups. He has three gorgeous girls from his first marriage and later married Lynne, his rock. He lived in Portugal for seven years before returning to the UK. He managed a community association and several pubs. Wherever he’s worked, he has always been involved in entertainment.


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