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Previous Productions

What have we done so far?

Productions with CAM involvement have their individual tabs in the menu, but members of the CAM Team have also been involved in other productions.


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Music and Entertainment Fundraising Evening

Friday 21 February 2014, Eastbourne

Susanne is part of the "Dazzling Divas" who supported this charity event, raising money for the Chestnut Tree Children's Hospice.

"you were awesome!"

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Noël Coward's "Blithe Spirit"

produced by Synergy Theatre

Tuesday 11th - Saturday 15th February 2014, Seaford

Susanne played Ruth Condomine in this classic play, probably the most famous play by "the Master".

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Charles Condomine needs material for his new book, ‘The Unseen’. He and his second wife, the icy and brittle Ruth, invite a local medium, Madame Arcati, to dinner, along with their mutual friends, the Bradmans. The Condomines and the Bradmans are preparing themselves for an evening of eccentricity, theatricality and amusement at Madame Arcati’s expense. What they do not anticipate is Charles’ first wife, the sensuous Elvira, arriving to join their supper party.

Probably because Elvira is dead.

There follows glorious mayhem and mischief as Elvira settles herself into Charles & Ruth’s home, certain that Charles still loves only her – and desperate to win him back…

"Susanne never ceases to amaze me at her brilliant acting - the tipsy scene was hilarious and I loved all the facial expressions!"

"I enjoyed your every nuance"



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Death in High Heels

Friday 8 - Saturday 16 November 2013

Susanne played Mrs Rachel Gay in this comedy thriller, fun murder mystery who-dunnit by Seaford Little Theatre.

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"An intriguing look at what goes on behind the scenes at Christophe et Cie, a 1930s London fashion house with French connections! A good, old-fashioned murder mystery to solve with lots of clues and a solid list of suspects."

The show played to sellout audiences every night, for 8 performances - and the feedback was fabulous darling!


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Charity Evening - Chestnut Tree Hospice Fundraiser

Sunday 29 September 2013, Eastbourne

The Cast of "Girls' Night" proudly supported this event, and performed a selection of music from the hit musical.

The audience totally loved it, we raised the roof and had people up and dancing, and shouting for more when we finished our set.

£375 was raised for Chestnut Tree Hospice!




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Some Audience Feedback on the "Girls' Night" Musical Performance:

"great night"

"you were amazin!"

"You were fantastic, where can we see you again?"

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Girls' Night - The Musical

Friday 27 and Saturday 28 September; Chequer Mead Theatre, East Grinstead

After a sell out tour in November 2012, Touchlight Productions again produced this show, and Susanne reprised the role of Carol, one of the five women on a night out.

"Fun, Friendship, and Fantastic Music!"

A touching and hilarious 'tell-it-like-it-is' look at the lives of a group of female friends, "Girls' Night - the Musical!" has people laughing, crying, and dancing in the aisles. These five friends re-live their past, celebrate their present, and look to the future on a wild and hilarious karaoke night out - and you recognise every one of them. Outragious Carol, blunt Anita, sassy Liza, sensible Kate and the not so angelic angel Sharon, who couldn't resist tagging along! This is bursting with energy, and packed with hits.

This time we had celebrity endorsement, standing ovation, brilliant reviews and requests from the audience to perform in the West End...

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Some Audience Feedback

"Amazing show … loved it"

"Great show - well done everybody!"

"Brilliant"

"Absolutely wonderful! So much fun!! A really excellent show"

"it just was one of the funniest things I've ever seen "

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"An awesome night was had. Brilliant"

"fantastic cast, well done lovely ladies"

"a fantastic evening and you were all brilliant - made it all seem effortless which shows how good you all are"

"I took my mum along and we had a great time. She was up on her feet singing and clapping along by the end of the show!"

"The story was good, the stage had a great set up and those women were BRAVE to get up and sing like that. They had great voices"

"absolutely fantastic. An amazing show, so full of energy. The cast were superb. I laughed so hard my sides hurt … Definitely a show I would watch again!"

"Absolutely awesome … thank you so much … [Amanda, as Kate] made me cry with laughter … someone behind me said "the best drunk I've ever seen" and "excellent, excellent" I second that !!! Well done"

"Amanda… your drunk was brilliant !!!"

"Had an amazing night out tonight, really good fun and lots of giggles. Susanne you were absolutely awesome"

"you [Susanne, as Carol] were awesome"

"that was amazing! we really enjoyed it! that was superb - we had such a fab time… thank you very much you're all brilliant!"


"Hi-De-Hi" by Paul Carpenter and Ian Glover

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Produced by the Wick Theatre Company in Southwick in June 2013, Steve played the strikingly cheesy 70's comedian Ted Bovis.

"Fresh Fields" by Ivor Novello

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This production was by the East Dean Players in East Dean, April 2013, where Steve played the love struck Australian Tom Larcomb.


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Alice in Wonderland

Susanne absolutely loved playing the part of the March Hare in the Southwick Players Production of the "Alice in Wonderland" Musical in January 2013 at the Barn Theatre, Southwick.


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Girls' Night - the Musical

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"Fun, Friendship, and Fantastic Music!"

Sharon and her four friends: best friends since school, over 20 years ago; are going on a Karaoke night out to celebrate the upcoming marriage of her daughter. The fact that Sharon died when she was 17 is not going to stop her from going and enjoying herself... and the fact that the others can't see her does not stop her from joining in! Funny and often times moving, this is a fantastic feel-good show, with a fun-filled musical soundtrack.


Susanne played the role of Carol in Touchlight Productions fabulous "Girls' Night - the Musical" by Louise Roche. It played at the Hawth Studio, Crawley, Friday 9th and Saturday 10th November 2012, to packed audiences.

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Some Audience Feedback:

Audiences absolutely loved it. Some people on Friday came back and saw it again on Saturday because they loved it so much.

"such an amazing show"

"Absolutely loved the show"

"girls night was amaaaaazing!"

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"can't wait for tomorrow to see it again"

"What a fantastic night. You were all amazing"

"a FAB show! So much fun and so moving too"

"You were all absolutely amazing. Brilliant"

"It was fantastic... We all loved it"

"a fantastic show and you ladies should be really proud of yourselves"

"Thanks for a great night at the Hawth. You rocked it"

"The best 2 nights I have had at the Hawth- you guys were awesome!!"

"you were AMAZING last night! I had to keep wiping the streaming mascara off my face I was laughing so much"

"Ladies you were brilliant, myself and our daughters had an amazing time, thank you so much"

"a fantastic show, all the cast were amazing!! Laughed so much, and had a fantastic time!"

Click here for the Show Highlights (link takes you to YouTube)


Underground Productions 10th Anniversary Show

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Both Steve and Susanne were part of Underground Productions 10th Anniversary Show in August 2012. This was a 'sketch show' showing clips of all of the plays performed by UP, ranging from the farcical to ridiculous comedies both established and newly written for UP by members. There was a huge cast with multiple roles and both Susanne and Steve played 12-13 roles each. They had enormous fun being part of the show, and hope the audience had just as much fun watching it.