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On May 19 we celebrated our 100 shows and it couldn’t have been better. We held an exhibition, and we had musical numbers and speeches to commemorate our 100 productions! We were thrilled to see so many familiar faces again and sadly missed some people who couldn’t attend. But in the end we had a great time looking back across the years, reminiscing about the 100 shows we’ve produced and sharing a laugh or tear about so many wonderful memories with everybody.

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For those who didn’t attend, the book that commemorates the 100 shows is available for a limited time only in every Networks English Studies office (Calle San Agustín, 25, Calle La Huerta, 9, Calle Reyes Católicos, 1.) Priced at just 12 euros, this LIMITED EDITION book is a wonderful souvenir packed with memories from both of our theatres during our 19 year history!

COME AND SIGN OUR MEMORY BOOK

Come and leave your special memory in our MEMORY BOOK available in Calle San Agustín during office hours. Many people who attended on Saturday left their special memories in the book. Please pop by and leave a comment!

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WATCH SATURDAY’S PRESENTATION AGAIN

Missed the event? Pop over to the Networks Theatre page on Facebook and you’ll find our live video has been posted. Or you can watch the filmed version on YouTube.

HERE COMES WELCOME TO SWEETVILLE!

Next week we welcome the stuff of legend back to the theatre. Nick Moore’s hilarious comedy Welcome to Sweetville makes a welcome return. Sugar has been banned in Sweetville and Dentist Bill “The Drill” is fighting back. He’s enlisted the help of the hapless gangsters but he’ll be fought all the way by Chief McGregor and the even more hapless Police! But why is the Chief scared you’ll mention his sister? It’s full of really funny moments and wonderful songs. A feel-good show and another fabulous Networks Theatre production to remember! It’s on May 31st, June 1st and 2nd and full details, times and prices are on our website. Click here!

Take a look at the pictures from Saturday 19th:

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