A Concert with Lesley Garrett

January 31, 2016

MTS is proud to present A Concert with Lesley Garrett City Hall, Salisbury, Saturday 11th June, 7.30pm Lesley will perform a selection of the best known songs from Musical Theatre as well as a selection of Operatic Arias from her career and will be supported by singers from MTS. Lesley Garrett CBE is Britain’s best known, and perhaps best-loved soprano. She has appeared on stage with opera companies all over…


Curtain Call Nominations for Evita

December 12, 2015

MTS is pleased to have received two nominations in the 2015 Southern Daily Echo Curtain Call Awards for its production of EVITA. Laura Simmons has been nominated in the Best Actress in a Musical category for her portrayal of Eva Peron, which was described as: “a spellbinding and sensitively-played interpretation.” The second nomination, in the Best Supporting Actor in a Musical category, is for Barry Gibney, who was praised as:…


Singing at Stonehenge

December 9, 2015

You may think after a week performing at the City Hall in A Christmas Carol, MTS members would want a rest, but for a hard-working group of singers and our Musical Director Liz Weager it’s been a very busy couple of weeks! Firstly, we performed a small Christmas concert for the lovely Barrington Ladies group; a wonderful way to keep the Christmas spirit going. Then, we were honoured to be…


A Christmas Carol

December 3, 2015

Congratulations to the cast and crew of A Christmas Carol who brought festive spirit to the City Hall last week. A huge thank you must go to our amazing audiences and to the hugely talented teams of children who worked so hard and performed so brilliantly over the course of the week.   You can check out some fantastic production shots from Simon Ward Photography Ltd here.  


MTS is proud to support the John McNeill Opportunity Centre

March 24, 2015

Over the course of 2014 MTS chose to support a local charity: the John McNeill Opportunity Centre. Through various activities, including the Christmas production ‘Christmas Cheer’, MTS was able to raise a total of £500. Committee members Debbie Wadge, Clare Horsfall, Richard Greathead, Social Committee member Suzanne Davies, and MTS Chair Martyn Davies presented a cheque to the Manager of the Opportunity Centre, Angela Bryant. MTS is delighted to hear…


EVITA – tickets on sale!

February 5, 2015

Tickets are now on sale for MTS’ next exciting production: EVITA Lyrics by Tim Rice Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber Originally directed by Harold Prince An amateur production by arrangement with The Really Useful Group Ltd EVITA will be performed in the Main House at Salisbury Playhouse from 13th – 19th July 2015. Performances will be nightly at 7.30pm with Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2.15pm. Tickets are priced at…


NODA Award for MTS

January 10, 2015

Congratulations are in order for the cast and crew of THIS IS MY SONG  which has been awarded the District 12 Achievement Award from NODA (National Operatic and Dramatic Association).  


Curtain Call Award Nominations for MTS

December 9, 2014

MTS is very proud to report that it has received four nominations in the Southern Daily Echo’s prestigious Curtain Call Awards 2014. The MTS nominees are as follows: Claire Timms – nominated in the Best Supporting Actress in a Musical category for her performance as Widow Corney in our 2013 production of Oliver! Liz Weager – nominated in the Best Musical Director category for our 2013 production of Oliver! Laura…


Explore the MTS Photo Archive

June 13, 2014

MTS has a digital archive of over 1500 photos which it is now even easier to explore. Use the Show Archive to see productions going back to 1996 or try the Tag Cloud to search by character name as well as show title. We hope you enjoy looking back at some of our past shows as much as we enjoyed performing them – here’s a random selection from the past…


Spring 2014 production: This Is My Song

April 15, 2014

You can now find all the details of our most recent production – THIS IS MY SONG – including reviews from the Southern Daily Echo and Salisbury Journal. A huge thank you to our audiences at the Salisbury Playhouse and on tour – we had some simply amazing feedback,  including lots of reports of audience members “getting something in their eye”  or just admitting to having a good old cry!…