Riccarton players is a community run, charity status, amateur theatre group in Christchurch www.riccartonplayers.co.nz...
We moved into our new clubrooms 6 months ago after finally being able to find a suitable premises to rehearse, store our costumes, props and sets, have committee meetings and hold social events for our members. It has been a very long journey after losing our theatre in the Christchurch Earthquakes. But we've got through together moving from venue to venue still performing plays, musicals and kids shows - entertaining our community and giving our members a sense of belonging.
Our new premises kitchen leaves a lot to be desired and it is our aim to fit out a kitchen that would be more suitable, efficient and feel like a nice place to meet, share a coffee, a snack and host social events for our members. It currently really only has a sink and a small bench. We'd love to have an oven, decent fridge, bench to prepare food, do the dishes and have instant boiling water.
It would also be a lovely 'reward' for all those who have stuck by us and way to maintain and grow our membership.
A neighbourly AMI Grant would assist us greatly in making this project a reality.
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