Hello and welcome to the brand new Northumbria Musical Theatre Society website. This will be a hub for us to reach our current members, find potential new members and connect with the wider community. Here you will find a wealth of information about us including charities and other societies we have worked with, links to our social media and previous performances as well as information on upcoming events from our society.
Here is a list of all the pages available:
Home page: This is the first page you see when entering the website. It includes a short introduction to the society, our current committee, a snapshot of our Instagram page, snippets of our latest blog posts as well as links to other pages on the site.
Blog: This is one of the big features of this website a blog page open to any member to share their thoughts on all things musical theatre whether it be a musical review, discussion about a news story or just a good old rant. We hope to have at least one new post every week (depending on interest).
Upcoming events: Here you can find a list of all our upcoming events and links to find out more about them (obviously this is pretty barren at the moment but we hope to have more on in 2021).
Past Performances: Here you can see the shows we have done over the past few years. Click on the video to see a highlight from that show and click on the show name to see the full playlist of performances.
Charities: Here you will see a list of the different charities we have worked with over the years along with a brief description of what they do and a link to find out more about them.
About: As the name suggests this is a where you can find out more about our society and what it is we do.
Contact: Here you can fill in a form to get in touch with us if you need to.
At the top of the page are links to our different social media, the last one links to our NSU page where members can sign up to join the society.
So with that said, I hope you enjoy our new website and please do get involved with the blog especially with current restrictions preventing us from meeting as normal.