Aspects of Love

Introductory Evening

Your Invitation

Members and those wanting to join the Society are invited to the introductory evening to meet the production team, find out more about the show, the characters, the set, the music, auditions, etc. Come along and meet old friends and make new ones, refreshments will be provided.

Introductory Evening

Monday, Jan. 6th, 7:30pm

New Earswick Primary School, York, United Kingdom

York, York

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A Fresh New Production

This brand new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical is set to be the theatrical event of the year.


With a new script and full orchestra, this is the Definitive version worked on by Lord Lloyd Webber who has pulled together all the aspects of productions and tours over the years and created the show as he wishes to see it staged. The first performance will be Tynemouth Amateur Operatic Society's production at Whitley Bay Playhouse, 25th February - 1st March.

An Introduction

Our Artistic and Production Director, Paul Laidlaw, is making a quick visit to York (from his appearence in Cinderella at the Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage) on Monday 6 January 2014 to introduce his vision for this exciting production.


We will have a fresh new set and will be performing with a 12 piece orchestra and an orchestration specially arranged for this new production.


So come along next Monday to find out more ... in the meantime listen to one of the numbers from the show:

Aspects of Love - The First Man You Remember - Michael Ball & Diana Morrison - HQ

New Members

If you, or someone you know, are aged 16 or over then why not audition to join the Company? We love welcoming new members!


The Company holds auditions to ensure that all its members are able to sing in tune. New member auditions are being held following the Introductory event on Monday 6 January 2014.

To book an audition slot mailto:derekymtc@btinternet.com.

Aside from performing on stage are there other ways in which I can be involved?

We need lots of help behind the scenes! Putting on a show is a significant undertaking and we also need an army of volunteers, friends and helpers for a range of jobs such as Stage Crew, Dressers, Costume Planning and Sourcing, Make up, Props, Marketing to name just a few.


Come along to the introductory evening and find out how you can put your talents to good use and enjoy meeting and making new friends.

York Musical Theatre Company

York Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society, the longest established and one of the leading amateur companies in York, were formed in 1902 and changed its name on reaching its centenary in 2002.