Costumes at the ready! WOPA's back with another challenge. You can't stop us, even in lockdown.
We think it would be fun to make a video montage with the people of West Oxford all singing along to 'Sweet Botley Road' from our production of 'Dick Wellington', culminating in the ultimate West Oxford Anthem!
Here's what we'd like you to do:
Film yourself or your household singing and dancing to 'Sweet Botley Road'. It can be as simple or as silly as you like. Feel free to get creative and put on a show.
We encourage everyone to get involved, no matter how old!
Please upload your entry by Thursday 30th April 2020
Looking forward to seeing your entries!
After two fun and successful musical workshops in 2018 and 2019, we were looking forward to hosting the third, based on the 'Lion King', at the end of May. As you've most likely guessed, due to COVID-19 cancelling everything, we are now sadly unable to host the workshop.
We hope to be able to offer you new dates in the near future. Keep an eye out on our website and Facebook page for information; any updates will be posted there.
If you get bored at home during lockdown, why not learn some of the songs from the 'Lion King'? Either version of the film is fine and this way you'll be extra prepared!
We hope you're all keeping safe and healthy. We hope to see you all soon.
The West Oxford Pantomime Association was set up in 2011 to produce an annual pantomime by West Oxford for West Oxford. We are totally inclusive and welcome all members of the West Oxford Community to play a part in the production of the annual pantomime. Do you know your neighbours? Are you a school mum and only know school mums? Are you a church goer and only know other church goers? Perhaps you are a dog walker and only know other dog walkers. Or maybe you live in West Oxford and work elsewhere and know very few members of the community. This is your chance to meet other members of the community with whom you might otherwise never come into contact. Help to manage, perform, work backstage or simply come along to a performance!
How do you cast children in a community pantomime?