Since the beginning of September, Millie Hall has been rehearsing as part of the Ensemble for our community production of A Tale of Two Cities, which takes place on 19 and 20 November at Central Hall. She tells us about her experience so far.   

"I first heard about A Tale Of Two Cities, when my friend pointed out the poster and persuaded me to audition. I was really nervous but the auditions were great fun and I was over the moon to be chosen for the ensemble.

"When rehearsals began, I immediately fell in love with the people involved and the play- I just knew it was going to be brilliant. At first, we played games and got to know each other, doing small activities to try remember all the new names. In the ensemble, we discussed how important it was that we worked together in order to carry the show along as one, this was definitely true, as rehearsals have progressed the bond between us has improved and so has the work we have produced. The rehearsals where everyone is called are the best, it's there that we begin to see everything coming together.

"I feel so glad my friends pushed me to audition, so privileged to be involved and so excited for what's to come!"

See A Tale of Two Cities at Central Hall, Dolphin Centre, on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 November.