New comedy musical AmDram to open at Curve Leicester in May

New comedy musical AmDram will open at the Curve Leicester in May.

The new piece, written by Katie Lam and Alex Parker, will run for socially distanced audiences between 27 and 29 May.

A teaser for the show shares: “The Great Osterley North Amateur Dramatic Society – or GONADS, as they’re known – reign supreme over the village hall. The arrival of a new contender for leading lady and a professional director throw their amateur production into chaos.”

The cast is made of Debbie Chazen as Elaine, Jordan Lee Davies as Ian, Janie Dee as Diana, Wendy Ferguson as Honoria, Raj Ghatak as Max, Sharan Phull as The Karens and Laura Pitt-Pulford as Rose.

The production will be directed by James Robert Moore, with musical direction by Alex Parker, choreography by Joanna Goodwin, orchestration by Martin Higgins and sound design by Paul Smith.

AmDram forms part of Curve Leicester’s reopening season of show which also includes a Made at Curve concert inspired by the life and career of Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Tickets will go on sale to Curve Friends from Friday, 16 April, with Supporters able to book from Monday 19 April and Members from Tuesday, 20 April. Tickets will be on general sale from Thursday, 22 April, all at 12 noon. Tickets can be purchased online at

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