My last blog for 'A good night out in the Valleys'

Hey Blog, Sorry it's been so long since my last entry. Apart from being all consumed with putting the show on and touring, frankly I'm rather daunted by trying to do this blogging right. I have never been very good with technology!!!

We have reached the end of our journey with 'A good night out' and what a journey it has been. I sincerely hope that all of you who saw the production liked/loved it and were happy with what we achieved, I certainly am.

The job has been all consumming, from moving from venue to venue, the technicals etc and also trying our best to make it the best night out possible as advertised in the title. Not that difficult with Alan's script and John direction, but a lot of energy none the less, because on a personal note, the entire cast wanted so much for the begining of the NTW legacy, to be an exciting, successful one, I feel we did our best to achieve this and I'm really proud of us all.

Going to miss the ntire company immensley and I'm already looking forward to working with them again.

I am so pleased that the production has been recieved well and I now look forward to next productions by the NTW and the future it holds, which I feel is very bright.

Stay Classy NTW

Siwan x

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Comment by Matthew Raymond on April 6, 2010 at 10:58
Fantastic production and great way to open NTW!!! Well done all involved x
Comment by Matt the Hat on March 29, 2010 at 21:12
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