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‘Proud to be performing Fiddler on the Roof ya ba dibba dibba dibba dibba dibba dibba dum’

REHEARSALS for the Kennet Amateur Theatrical Society (KATS) production of the timeless classic Fiddler on the Roof are nearing their end as they get ready to move from their regular meeting place in the Upper Bucklebury Memorial Hall to Kennet School for performances.

“The moment you begin the technical and dress rehearsals in the theatre venue adds a new level to the show,” says KATS chairman John Hicks.

“And we find everyone brings a new energy to the production.

“We are very proud to be performing Fiddler on the Roof, it’s such a well-known musical and a favourite for many people.”

After the lockdowns of Covid-19 forced am-dram groups to stop performing, KATS has since returned to the stage with smaller shows and a pantomime.

The large-scale offering of Fiddler on the Roof is a testament to the hard work of the KATS production team, who have been working diligently to bring the show to life, and to all the cast and crew who are involved.

KATS are pleased to have a junior chorus in the show after several years without them and are really pleased with how eagerly the young cast have taken to being in a production of this size.

Fiddler on the Roof is being performed at Kennet School in Thatcham from Thursday, February 15 to Saturday 17, at 7.30pm with a 2:30pm matinee on the Saturday.

Tickets are £12.

Go to KATS website at www.kats.org.uk to book.

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