It's show week and Sainsbury Singers' professional photographer Ray Willmott has captured all of the action so you can preview the must see performance of Rogers and Hammerstein's Carousel at The Hexagon Reading. Don't miss it – there are just three more performances – tonight and Friday at 7.30pm and 5pm on Saturday 17 May.
It's a big cast for a big stage and the audience for the opening night were full of praise for the performance.
Tickets on sale now!
Please contact our Ticket Officer on 01189 882510 or visit The Hexagon Booking Office here to buy online.
See Ray Willmott's production pictures from the dress rehearsal here.
Audience comments so far
"I want to let you know how much my friends and I enjoyed last night's performance of Carousel, it brought back memories of our much younger days! The production itself was very good. A most enjoyable evening, thank you. Also, thank you so much for the superb seats!Best wishes also for the rest of the performances."
"Brilliant show, well done, we all thoroughly enjoyed it."
"I loved it. Set was great, particularly the carousel. Singing and dancing really well performed. A good evening!"
"It was a fabulous show! Deb you were amazing and Catherine Hannan - I could have never imagined you being a mean person - but you played it superbly - bit scary actually! Sophie was a little star too! Well done ladies and to all the cast - really enjoyable evening!"
"Great show, we thoroughly enjoyed it."
"All fantastic, especially Stephen"
"We both really enjoyed the show, my wife thought it was your best one yet."
"Well done to all The Sainsbury Singers for the performance of Carousel last night. Wonderful performances from the principals, amazing chorus numbers, phenomenal lighting, cracking sound and outstanding choreography. Many congratulations to all involved."
"Just wanted to say we had a fantastic evening and it was Christy's favourite so far! Really enjoyed the dancing numbers and having the kids was a nice change! Had goosebumps both times you'll never walk alone was sung."