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December 2014

Theatre 62


Wickham Theatre Centre, Corkscrew Hill, West Wickham

Monday 1st – Saturday 6th December, 8 p.m.

Box Office:
07542 716888

Author: Tim Firth The Flint Street Nativity

The seasonal comedy drama – the perfect start to Christmas!
The classroom antics at Flint Street Primary School are awash with jealousies, teasing, and unrequited love as Miss Horrocks’ class of seven year-olds prepare for the school Nativity production.

Posted 02/12/2014


Fakenham and District Light Operatic Society - FADLOS


Fakenham Community Centre

Tues 2nd - Sat 6th Dec 2014 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm

Box Office: RSPCA SHop, 9a - 11a Norwich Road
01328 258475 Tues-Sat 9:30am - 4:00pm


Posted 08/11/2014


St Ambrose Players


St Ambrose Church Hall, Moss Lane, Leyland PR25 4XA

2nd to 6th December 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm

Box Office:
Grandad Jim's, Traditional Sweet Shop, Chapel Brow, Leyland PR25 3NH
Adult £8.50 OAP £6.60 Child £5.00 Family £22.00

Author: David White Robinson Crusoe

Posted 02/12/2014


Hyde Festival Theatre


Hyde Festival Theatre, Corporation Street, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 1AB


Robinson Crusoe and the Adventures of Skull Island

02.12.14 - 07.12.14

Box Office:
Tel: 0844 8042634

Traditional Panto for all. Winners of GMDF panto awards

Posted 02/02/2014


RJC Productions"


Waterloo East Theatre, Brad Street London SE1 8TN

2nd-6th December at 7:30 and 7th December at 4:00pm

Box Office:
Tickets on sale now!
Full £14 / Concessions £12
For bookings, please ring Waterloo East Theatre on 020 7928 0060 or visit their website here.
Author The Stage Hands

A Brand New Comedy
The final few hours before opening a show can be tense. However, when the actors for ‘Another Day in Paradise’ turn up to rehearsals late, have completely unrealistic demands and fall out with theatre’s staff, the show’s opening night starts to hang in the balance.
After having taken all the snide comments and complaints he can handle, the head technician decides he will take the production into his own hands once the curtain goes up. Together with the stage hands, he begins to make one too many ‘mistakes’.
The show must go on, but will the cast be able to pull the plot back together?
“A very assured production of a well-structured play by a promising playwright. A great evening, full of laughter and quite a few awkward flashes of recognition. This is a writer who really understands the trials and tribulations endured by the backstage crew.” - The Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury.

Posted 21/10/2014


Oulder Hill School


Gracie Fields Theatre, Rochdale
The Oulder Hill Variety Show

3rd Dec 2014

Box Office: 0843 208 1835


Posted 03/12/2014


St Peter's Players


Wolvercote Village Hall

3 December to 6 December at 19:30
Sat Mat2:30pm

Box Office:
01865 556120 or 725186 or or call in at The Post Box, Lower Wolvercote

Author: Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol

Posted 01/12/2014


Sunderland Theatre Company

North East

Sandhill View Community Arts School, Grindon Lane, Sunderland SR3 4EN

3rd - 6th Dec 7:30pm
Sat Mat. 4:00pm

Box Office:
07896 926110
Tickets £8

Author: Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol

Charles Dickens' ghostly tale of the Past, Present and Future is brought to life in this exciting new musical adaptation which draws upon the themes of time, family and society's ills to warm even the coldest of hearts.

Posted 26/10/2014


Geoids A O S


Cockpit Theatre, Gateforth St, London, NW8 8EH


Box Office: Tickets on sale now at The Cockpit or 020 7258 2925 (lines open; 12-6pm, Monday to Saturday)

Director: Richard Gambles
Assistant Director: Chris Hughes-Copping
Musical Director: Kieran Stallard
Set and Costume Design: Beth Morris
Choreographer: Honor Roche

A wonderful musical comedy set in 1960’s America, Sweet Charity follows the adventures, (or misadventures) in the ways of love by dance hall hostess Charity Hope Valentine. Featuring such songs as Big Spender, If They Could See Me Now, Rhythm of Life and The Rich Man’s Frug, this show has something for everyone and we know will be a very popular choice to end Geoids’ year! To book your tickets please visit the Box Office.

Posted 17/10/2014


Normanton Five Towns Musical Theatre Society


Alice Bacon Centre, Normanton (opposite the swimming pool)

3rd - 5th December 2014, 7:15pm. Saturday 6th December 2014, 2:15pm.

Box Office:
01924 894480 or

Author: Alan P Frayn Jack and The Beanstalk

Our version of this script, Jack and the Beanstalk, is a fun-filled Pantomime which is packed with jokes for young and old, keeping children (and big kids) involved, whilst remaining faithful to the well-known story of a young hero Jack conquering the Giant to rescue the princess at the top of the Beanstalk. There is Abundant audience participation, visual comedy and traditional pantomime antics which are also included, together with two particularly havoc-prone Broker’s Men, Snatchet and Scarper. Guaranteed to keep our audience entertained throughout.

Posted 17/10/2014


Cuffley Operatic Society


Cuffley Hall

3rd to 6th December 7:45pm
Sat Mat. 2:45pm

Box Office: 07845 260 147
Tickets priced at £12 (matinee £10)
** Special Offer on Wednesday 3rd - 4 tickets for the price of 3 **
Please call the Box Office on 07845 260147

Author: Designed & Directed by David Luck The Cuffley VC

So what is all this about Cuffley and a VC?
Come along to Cuffley Hall from 3rd to 6th December and you will hear about the events that put Cuffley on the map and won a Victoria Cross for Lt. William Leefe Robinson in September 1916.
This unique musical drama, specially written for COS, honours the life of William Leefe Robinson (Billie) and follows the events before, during and after he shot down the SL11 Zeppelin on the night of 2nd September 1916 – the first of the German airships to be shot down over London by the Royal Flying Corps.
Although widely reported by official sources at the time, and for several years after the event, as a Zeppelin, in reality it was a Schutte Lanz – a smaller airship but still 575 feet long and 66 feet wide. (175 x 20 Metres)
You will begin to understand the impact of Billie’s daring deed upon Cuffley and local areas during World War 1; you will join the Eley Cartridge Factory women in Edmonton where incendiary cartridges were developed and you will experience the inquest – held at the Plough Pub – and the local events that followed. You will also hear what happened to Billie when the Red Baron’s Flying Circus shot him down!
A musical drama, devised and designed to entertain and enlighten! The show will include music and dances of the time, all selected to reflect the period and storyline of the piece. Many of the numbers, written between 1900 and 1920, have been revived over the years; you may recognise ‘I Love a Piano’, ‘12th Street Rag’, ‘The Sunshine of Your Smile’ and many more!
So, put the date in your diary, come along and learn a little of the history of our village and how it is entwined with Suttons Farm (Hornchurch), the Eley Cartridge Factory (Edmonton), Enfield, Essendon, Potters Bar, Stanmore and India! Take yourself along East Ridgeway and view the memorial, find our local street named after Billie and the model of the airship, and perhaps stop by The Plough – now a restaurant/pub!
We can promise you an exciting and entertaining evening!

Posted 15/10/2014


Beverley Musical Theatre


Beverley Memorial Hall, Lairgate, Beverley, HU17 8HN

3.12.14 - 7.12.14

Box Office: 01482 881584

Babes in the Wood

Beverley's pantomime is renowned for being professional, great fun and very good value.
Loosely based on Robin Hood and Hansel and Gretel the show is full of popular songs and lively dances. There is slapstick and fun for all the family.
The costumes are vibrant and the dame played by Ian Thompson (who also happens to be the producer) makes all his own costumes.
The show is at Beverley Memorial Hall and is from Wednesday Dec 3rd to Sunday Dec 7th with a Saturday and Sunday matinee. Eve, Lairgate, Beverley.Evenings 7.30pm, Matinees 2.30pm.
Tickets are always in demand and sell out fast and at just £7.50 for adults and £5 for school age children get them whilst you can.
Tickets are available from Beverley Music Centre, Norwood, Beverley 01482 881584.
Come along and have a great night out, sing, laugh, shout, boo and hiss to your hearts content.

Posted 06/10/2014


Stewarton Drama Group


Stewarton Area Centre

7.30pm from Wed 3rd December until Sat 6th December 2014 with a matinee performance at 2.00pm on Saturday 6th

Box Office: Tickets for ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’, priced at £8.00 full price, and £5.00 concession, will be on sale every day at Stewarton Library from Mon 13th October. Alternatively, you can reserve your seats from Mon 1st September by emailing As usual, there is also a special block booking offer of Buy 10 Tickets, Get One Free.

Author: written by Nancy McPherson and directed by Alison Barr Jack and the Beanstalk

We are delighted to announce that our 41st annual pantomime will be ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’.

Posted 31/08/2014


Hayes Players (The)


Hayes Village Hall
The Constant Wife

By W. Somerset Maugham

3 – 6 December 2014
Box Office: 07905 210718
Or send your request to:
Tickets: £8

London. 1920s. The height of civilised society. Where husbands are husbands and wives are... constant. Constance is calm, intelligent and self-aware. Her husband, a successful Harley Street Doctor is being unfaithful with her best friend. Her friends know. Her sister knows. Even her mother knows. But what they don't know is that Constance knows about it too, but is dealing with it in her own deliciously devilish way. Revenge hath no fury like a modern woman scorned.
This is Maugham’s 1920s drawing romm comedy of marital manners when women (and men) of the era start to rethink the notions of love, marriage and social convention.
‘An entertaining comedy of manners.’ The Guardian

Posted 22/05/2014




The Royal Theatre, Castlebar

4th to 6th December

Box Office: & Downtown Records, Castlebar
Tickets: €15 Matinee: €15 & €10 (Child/OAP)


Posted 03/12/2014


Mosspark Drama Group


Mosspark Parish Church, Ashkirk Drive G52

4th to 6th December 7:30pm

Box Office:
Tickets from Group members or on the door.
Tickets £5/£3

Hansel & Gretel

Posted 03/12/2014


Woodlands Drama Group


Harrogate Theatre Studio

Thursday 4 December 2014 to Saturday 6 December 2014.
Evenings at 7.45 p.m. and Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m.

Box Office:
Harrogate Theatre

Author: by ALEXANDER OSTROVSKY, directed by Ian Clarke THE STORM

An amateur production by Woodlands Drama Group. Written by Alexander Ostrovsky Katerina Kabanova, ‘a ray of light in the dark kingdom’, is beset by domestic tyranny and a joyless marriage. An affair with the idealistic but weak-willed Boris Dikoy leads, inexorably, to her destruction. Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy the greatest work of the father of Russian national drama.

Posted 02/12/2014


New Era Players


The New Era Theatre, Wash Common, Newbury RG14 6NU

4th to 6th & 9th to 13th December

Box Office:
07919 916009

Author: Written by Shelagh Stephenson
Directed by Richard Colley
The Memory of Water

The Memory of Water by Shelagh Stephenson was first staged in 1996 at the Hampstead Theatre. It was received well and subsequently transferred to the West End where it went on to win an Olivier Award for Best Comedy in 2000.
On the eve of their mother’s funeral three sisters meet at the family home. In the highly charged atmosphere of the occasion, conflicts of the family past converge and everyday lies and tensions reveal the particular patterns and strains of family relationships.
The play might best be described as a tragicomedy. It is certainly comic in the sense that there are many extremely humorous interchanges between the characters and some exceedingly funny lines but the overall tone of the play moves beyond pure comedy and has considerable dramatic depth.
The major theme of the play is the nature of memory. The play focuses on the reflections by the three sisters on the way their mother brought them up. The inevitable review of the years that have passed between the sisters that unfolds during the course of the play relies on memory, memory which is often faulty and coloured by subsequent experiences. The act of remembering and the nature of forgetfulness are significant themes of the play.
Alongside the three sisters there are three other characters in the play. The mother appears as a spectre to just one of her daughters and this meeting contributes to the play’s exploration of the nature of memory. Further plot development both tragic and comic is aided by the male partners of two of the sisters.

Posted 02/12/2014


Union Theatre

Birmingham West Midlands

Christ Church, Warwick Rd, Solihull

4th to 6th December

Box Office:
0121 784 4067

Peter Pan The Musical

Posted 01/12/2014


London Pantomimers


The Intimate Theatre, Palmers Green

4th - 13th Dec 7:00pm
Sat 1:00pm & 5:00pm
Sun 2:30pm

Box Office:
07972 404 187 or Online
Beauty & The Beast

For the first time in our 59 year history, The London Pantomimers will perform the very special tale of Beauty and The Beast.
The classic story of a prince cursed by an evil spell and forced to live life as a grotesque beast until he manages to make somebody love him. Could beautiful Belle be the one?
Our fuson of classical and modern pantomime story-telling will have you laughing, singing and shouting 'he's behind you!'

Posted 26/10/2014


Stoke Poges Players


The Village Centre, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks SL2 4LP

Thursday - Saturday 4th - 6th December at 7:30 pm plus a 2:30 pm matinee on the 6th December
Performances - 7:30 pm plus a 2:30 pm matinee on the 6th December

Box Office:
01753 677032 Prices £8, £6 60+ and under 15, £18 family ticket (max 2 children) or
Author: Norman Robbins Cinderella

Stoke Poges Players are looking forward to their 2014 pantomime which has two very ugly sisters, who will do anything to get the Prince to propose to them. They battle each other with their acid tongues and sharp wit and do their best to stop Cinderella getting their man. Come along to see this well loved tale unfold.

Posted 13/10/2014


Garden Suburb Theatre


Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Highgate Village, London N6 4BD

Thursday 4th December 2014, 7:30pm
Friday 5th December 2014, 7:30pm
Saturday 6th December 2014, 7:30pm
Sunday 7th December 2014, 4pm

Box Office: Ticket enquiries call 020 7723 6609

Author: Clive Francis Our Man In Havana

Our Man in Havana is a comic novel by Graham Greene, set in Cuba pre-Castro. James Wormold, a vacuum cleaner retailer, is approached by Hawthorne, who offers him work for the British secret service. Wormold's wife had left him and now he lives with his sixteen year-old beautiful, devoutly Catholic but materialistic and manipulative daughter Milly. Since Wormold does not make enough money to pay for Milly's extravagances, he accepts the offer of a side job in espionage. But because he has no information to send to London, Wormold fakes his reports using information found in newspapers and invents a fictitious network of agents. Clive Francis has adapted the novel into a play with four actors, who play a total of 41 roles between them, from the named parts above to nuns, strippers and the Queen. This makes it a brilliant challenge for director and actors alike. The play is written for three male actors and one female actor.
Director: Mary Musker

Posted 30/06/2014


St Hilda's Entertainers


St Hilda's Church Hall, Woodthorpe Road, Ashford TW15 3QL

5th,6th,12th & 13th December

Box Office:
Tickets are only £9 for adults and £7 for concessions, so bring the whole family along to our pantomime and let us entertain you!
Call our box office now on 01784 245298 or email us at Please do book your tickets early, to get good seats and to be sure of being thoroughly entertained by your Entertainers!

Author: Peter Denyer
Directed by Paula Gething
Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs

The cast is huge, 35 people in all, with a good sprinkling of new faces - half of the cast is under the age of 16. The Entertainers do like to encourage youngsters to perform because they know, from their own experience that, if youngsters do get the ‘bug’, the stage provides, at the very least, a fantastic hobby.

Posted 02/12/2014


Downe Arounders Dramatic Society


Downe Village Hall, Orpington

5th&6th December 8:00pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm

Box Office:

Author: Rick Abbot Play On!

Play On! is a comedy about a community theatre group desperately trying to produce 'Murder Most Foul' in the midst of updated lines and wonky scenery!

Posted 01/12/2014


Cardiff Players


Mike Barlow Theatre in the YMCA on The Walk, Cardiff

Friday 5th December @ 7.30pm
Saturday 6th December @ 2.30pm
Friday 12th December @ 7.30pm
Saturday 13th December @2.30pm

Box Office: 01656 86589 or email:
***SPECIAL OFFER*** For these shows only we are excited to announce a special family ticket price of £20 (2 adults and 2 children)
Otherwise Adults- £7.50 and concessions £5.50


"Tis the season to be jolly falalalalaaalalalala"
The Christmas season is fast approaching and it is that time of year when everyone starts to think about the Christmas panto. Well, worry not, for the Cardiff Players are pleased to present to you Cinderella!
A fun filled panto that will have kids (and big kids) in stitches throughout, and leave you feeling warm and fuzzy ready for Christmas. Due to popular demand there will be four performances over two weekends, the dates are as follows:
We look forward to seeing you at one of our performances, festive jumpers welcome!

Posted 14/11/2014


Stage 27


Acocks Green Methodist Church, Shirley Road, Acocks Green, Birmingham B27 7YE

Fri 5th Dec 7:30pm & Sat 6th Dec 2:00pm & 7:30pm

Box Office:
Tickets: £6/£19 family (2 adults, 2 children. Contact us for bespoke ticket packages.)
0751 212 6594 (Voicemail)

More Grimm Tales

Join Stage 27 for some deliciously dark festive fun as we delve deep into the mystical folklore of The Brothers Grimm; Take a journey with us back in time to the stories that you knew as a child - the dark yet comical fables that taught you the difference between right and wrong, good and evil, and that too many sweeties or talking to creepy old ladies with red apples could be your ultimate downfall… Stage 27 first performed some of The Grimm Tales in 2008 and we're excited to bring a different selection to you this year!
Stage 27 is proud to support St Basils this year. Ellie Jones, Marketing and Communications Officer for St Basils said:
“St Basils is a local charity which has a 42 year track record of preventing youth homelessness in Birmingham. We work with young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, helping over 5000 young people per year across the West Midlands.
We have a range of advice, prevention, accommodation, engagement and support services to help young people regain the;stability they need to rebuild their lives; At any one time we have over 400 young people living in our supported accommodation schemes - for some young people this includes their young children as well.
We have services tailored to support young residents to build confidence and gain skills, and training and employment to ensure they can break the cycle of exclusion and homelessness; We rely on charitable donations for our Learning, Skills and Work service, which is an integral part of helping young people move on successfully We need the support of our local communities to ensure we can create a brighter future for Birmingham’s young people.
Thanks for your support!”

Posted 02/11/2014


Grosvenor Light Opera Company


St Saviour’s Church Hall, St George’s Square in Pimlico

5th December

Box Office: Tickets are £10 and available from our website ( or by emailing Laura on Early birds who book before the 5th November get a free drink (beer/wine/soft drink) with every ticket bought! So book now to make sure you don’t miss out!

Jack and the Beanstalk

GLOC is putting on a Panto! On December 5th, we’ll be performing Jack and the Beanstalk at St Saviour’s Church Hall, St George’s Square in Pimlico. It promises to be a hilarious show, full of laughs, great songs and even the occasional custard pie!

Posted 27/10/2014


People's Theatre

North East

The People's Theatre

Saturday 6th December 2 pm
Saturday 6th December 7 pm
Sunday 7th December 2 pm Sold Out!
Monday 8th December 7 pm
Tuesday 9th December 7 pm
Wednesday 10th December - No Performance
Thursday 11th December 7 pm
Friday 12th December 7 pm
Saturday 13th December 2 pm Sold Out!
Saturday 13th December 7 pm
Sunday 14th December 2 pm Sold Out!
Matinees at 2.00pm, evening performances at 7.00pm

Box Office:
Ticket Prices
Adult £14.00 (£11.50 concessions)
Family ticket £46 (2 adults + 2 children or 1 adult + 3 children)

Author: Philip Meeks RAPUNZEL

“Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair!”
The People’s Panto has become something of a Newcastle institution in recent years, so we’re proud to present the latest seasonal show from our regular production team, written once again by award-winning writer Philip Meeks.
This classic fairy story tells the tale of young Rapunzel, locked in her tower, who must let down her long, flowing hair so the Prince can climb up to her. Sound familiar? You can be sure this version of the old favourite will be packed full of cheeky twists, jolly japes, sing-along songs, and fun for all the family!

Posted 26/11/2014


Copythorne Amateur Theatrical Society


Copythorne Parish Hall

Saturday 6th December at 2 30 and 7 30 pm, and Sunday 7th December at 2 30 pm

Box Office:
Tickets are £5 for adults, £4 for under-16s, or £15 for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) and are available from Bartley Post Office, Bramshaw Stores or Landford Village Stores, or you can phone the box office on 023 8081 3415 or visit the website to reserve tickets.
Author: Written by Damian Trasler, David Lovesy and Steve Clark Jack and the Beanstalk

Members of Copythorne Amateur Theatrical Society (CATS), having put on ‘Oh! What a Lovely War’ in the summer, are now busy presenting an upbeat version of Jack and the Beanstalk, one of the favourites in the pantomime repertoire. It contains all the classic ingredients— dame, giant, semi-hero Jack, the cow, the goose, a real live baddy, a beanstalk, a spider, a fairy—and, of course, a beautiful princess. That’s just for starters; you’ve got a few more zany characters turning up to enliven the story. Jack, of course, gets his girl (as in every pantomime), the baddy runs out of magic (Oh! Yes, she does) and …well, come and see for yourselves what happens. We’d love to see you there.

Posted 15/10/2014


BuckshawVAMP - Buckshaw Village Amateur Musical Performers


Buckshaw Community Centre, Unity Place, Buckshaw Village PR7 7HZ

6th Dec 5pm - 7th Dec 2pm - 13th Dec 5pm - 14th Dec 2pm & 7pm

Box Office: Tickets: Malcolm's Musicland, Chorley (01257 264362)
Adults £9 Children £5 Family Ticket £20

Jack and The Beanstalk

Posted 07/10/2014


Chads Theatre


Chads Theatre, Mellor Road Mellor Road

December 6th - 13th 2014

Box Office: Call the Box Office now to get you tickets on 0161 428 8712
All seats £8.50
Concessions £7.50 (Concessions available Monday and Tuesday)

Author: Charles Dickens
adapted for the stage by Neal Radice
A Christmas Carol

Posted 06/09/2014


WWOS - West Wickham's Wandering Oldtyme Stagers


Whitstable Playhouse

Sunday 7 December - 7.45pm

Box Office: Tickets: £12 | £10

Strictly Music Hall

Wickham’s Wandering Oldtyme Stagers (WWOS) will be returning to the Whitstable Playhouse, to present for your delight and delectation, The Return Of Strictly Music Hall as a lead up to the Christmas festivities for one performance only!
So brush off your big hats, moustaches, monocles, top hats & tails and prepare to exercise those vocal chords for what promises to be an evening of good old fashioned fun, frolics and nostalgia by the buckets full! (Song sheets will be provided at no extra cost!)
WWOS have been travelling to the Whitstable Playhouse for over 12 years - in this year's pre-Christmas offering they promise their own mix of traditional Music Hall mayhem with a few new surprises at the popular Whitstable Hall of Varieties!
Kevin Gauntlett, the company’s worthy Chairman, promises a comprehensive collection of consummate crime carefully contrived to captivate the connoisseur and confuse the critics!
Book now to avoid missing this treat!

Posted 08/11/2014


Runway Theatre Company


Eastwood Park Theatre

Mon 8th Dec 13th Dec 7:30pm
Matinees 11th 1:00pm, 13th 11:00am, 13th 3:00pm

Box Office:


Runway Theatre Company return to the Eastwood Park Theatre with the magical tale of a glass slipper, a fateful evening and a dream come true.

Posted 08/12/2014


Colnbrook Amateur Stage Theatre - CAST & CAST Academy


Colnbrook Amateur Stage Theatre, Colnbrook Village Hall, Vicarage Way, Colnbrook SL3 0RF

8th-13th Dec 2014

Box Office: Online

Producer: Steve Oakes
Assistant Director: Keith Hughes
Musical Director: Lou Willis
The Snow Queen - Panto

She sweeps through the streets on snowy nights, looking in at the windows, her breath leaving strange icy patterns on the glass. “Yes, I’ve seen them”, says Gerda, but little does she know her best friend, Kai is about to be spirited away to the evil Snow Queen’s Ice Palace.
And so, as the spring thaw arrives, Gerda's quest begins – an adventurous journey from Denmark to the frozen north, passing through every season and encountering a host of colourful characters along the way.

Posted 20/08/2014


East Kilbride Rep Theatre Club


The Village Theatre, East Kilbride
Dick Whittington

by Hazel Brown

8th - 20th December 2014
Box Office: You can book tickets at either East Kilbride Village Theatre or East Kilbride Arts Centre.

Posted 20/05/2014


Geoids A O S


Network Theatre, 246A Lower Road, (under the arches), Waterloo, SE1 8SE


Sweet Charity

Tuesday 9th to Saturday 13th December 2014

Box Office: TBA

A wonderful musical comedy set in 1960’s America, Sweet Charity follows the adventures, (or misadventures) in the ways of love by dance hall hostess Charity Hope Valentine. Featuring such songs as Big Spender, If They Could See Me Now, Rhythm of Life and The Rich Man’s Frug, this show has something for everyone and we know will be a very popular choice to end Geoids’ year!
Stay tuned for more information.

Posted 12/01/2014


CADOS (Chingford Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society)


Intimate Theatre, Mornington Hall, The Green Walk, E4 7EN

10th to 13th December 2014

Box Office:
02085244380 Tickets £9.50. Seniors £8.50 on 10th. Under 16s £8.50 each performance. Ticketsource

Author: Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol

Charles Dicken's classic tale of Ebeneezer Scrooge and his dealings with the spirits of Christmas will be brought to life at Mornington Hall this December. Staged with a sprinkling of Christmas magic (and theatre trickery) for audiences of all ages.

Posted 24/11/2014


Wilmslow Guild Players


The Guild Theatre, Wilmslow

Wednesday 10th December 2014, 7.15pm
Thursday 11th December 2014, 7.15pm
Friday 12th December 2014, 7.15pm
Saturday 13th December 2014, 2.00pm and 7.15pm

Box Office:
Tickets cost £7.50 for adults and £5.00 for children (16 or under)
You can book tickets using our Online Booking System. Ticketsource
Alternatively, tickets can be booked by emailing or calling 01625 520126

Author: Graham Basnett
Directed by Grace Reed

Wilmslow Guild Players' Christmas pantomime is the best kept secret in Wilmslow - until now! But those in the know keep coming back year after year.
Why not give it a try?
This year's panto is one of the most loved of all pantos and needs no introduction. Bring the family along to boo the baddies and cheer the goodies. It's the best way to get the whole family into the Christmas spirit!

Posted 23/10/2014


Hitchin Thespians


Woodside Hall, Hitchin SG4 9SP

Thurs 11th, Fri 12th & Sat 13th December 2014 7:45pm

Box Office:
01462 641575 or
Tickets £10

Christmas at Woodside!

Deck the halls! Mince pies for all!

Posted 02/12/2014


Mayhem Musical Theatre Company


Bloomsbury Theatre

Thursday, 11th December 2014 - Sunday, 14th December 2014
Performance times:
Thu, 11th December at 7:30pm
Fri, 12th December at 7:30pm
Sat, 13th December at 2:00pm
Sat, 13th December at 7:00pm
Sun, 14th December at 2:00pm
Sun, 14th December at 7:00pm
In association with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. Registered charity no. 235825.

Box Office: Tickets:
Stalls £25.50 concessions £20.50 family ticket £75
Circle £20.50 concessions £15.50 family ticket £55
(booking fee £2.50 per transaction)

Peter Pan

This December, Peter Pan is coming home to Bloomsbury in a new breathtaking amateur production of Sir James Barrie's timeless tale of the boy who never grew up.
Join Peter, Wendy, John and Michael at the Bloomsbury Theatre this Christmas for a spectacular high-flying adventure to the magical world of Neverland and sail with Tinkerbell through the skies over London in this stunning musical interpretation by Stiles & Drewe and the late Willis Hall.
Mayhem Musical Theatre Company brings the childhood classic musical back to the place where it all began in a whirlwind tale of swashbuckling pirates, razor-sharp sword fights, fairies, crocodiles and one very important sprinkle of pixie dust!
Electrifying entertainment for all the family featuring all your favourite characters in one of the most magical childhood stories ever told. So what are you waiting for? Second star to the right, and then straight on 'til morning!

Posted 10/08/2014


Buccaneer Theatre


RAF Lossiemouth, Moray

Friday 12th December: 19.30
Saturday 13th December: 14.30
Sunday 14th December: 14.30
Friday 19th December 19.30
Saturday 20th December 14.30 & 19.30

Box Office:
6 adults and £5 concession/child with discounts for group bookings.
For more information and to book tickets please call our hotline: 07930 361721
Author: by Ben Crocker Dick Whittington and His Cat

RAF Lossiemouth's, Buccaneer Theatre Club, presents the family favourite Panto, Dick Whittington and His Cat by Ben Crocker. With plenty of laughs, dance and music, it should be a great night out for the whole family. Oh yes it should!
Although the panto is on base at RAF Lossiemouth, it is open to everyone. All you need to do is bring photographic ID on the night (after you have booked your ticket!)

Posted 17/10/2014


Bristol Boilerhouse


St Mark’s Baptist, St Mark's Road, Easton

Friday 12th December – at 7:30pm

Box Office: Free Admission
For bookings contact either Geoff Davis or Geoff Sims, via email or tel: 07721 353 658 or
Author: by Nigel Johnathan Wizard and The Bear

Posted 14/10/2014


Torbay Branch of the Gilbert & Sullivan Society


Palace Theatre, Paignton

Friday 12th December 2014 at 7.30 p.m.

Box Office: Tickets obtainable from Theatre Box Office
01803 665800

A Festive Christmas

Posted 20/06/2014


Wroughton Amateur Dramatic and Music Society - WADAMS


Ellendune Centre, Wroughton, Swindon

Saturday 13th December at 2.30pm and 7.00pm and Sunday 14th December at 3.30pm

Box Office:
(01793) 825645 or Ticketsource
Tickets: Adult £9, Chikd £7, Family £30

Goldilocks & The 3 Bears

WADAMS are delighted to announce that this years pantomime is Goldilocks and the Three Bears - joined by a few other fairy tale characters, and Father Christmas.

Posted 10/12/2014


Oast Theatre


The Oast Theatre, London Road, Tonbridge TN10 3AN
The Railway Children

Author: E. Nesbit, adapted by Mike Kenny

Director: Sandra Barfield
A joint presentation of a Play of the Month and the Oast Youth Theatre
This is a lovely story of a prosperous Edwardian family, mother and three children, forced into near-penury in the rural North of England by their father’s wrongful arrest. The play captures the plight of the children grappling with their strange environment. The discovery of a railway near their new home is the beginning of their adventures over a long summer.

13th –20th December

Box Office: 01732 363849


Posted 20/08/2014


Sea Mills Am Dram. (SMAD)


Sea Mills Community Centre, Sunny Hill, Sea Mills BS9 2NQ

Thursday 18th December - Doors 7pm. Starts 7.30pm
Friday 19th December - Doors 7pm. Starts 7.30pm
Saturday 20th December - Matinee - Doors 1.30pm. Starts 2pm
Evening - Doors 7pm. Starts 7.30pm

Box Office:
On the door or Nick White 07876495909/01179822436 or Angels 07852861961
Ticket's are only £5 so why not come along for a great family night out?

Jack and the Beanstalk

Posted 15/12/2014


Stage Left Theatre Workshop


Organ Grinder Public House. Wood Gate, Loughborough in the Upstairs Theatre

Thursday 18th December 2014 @ 7.30pm
Friday 19th December 2014 @ 7.30pm
Saturday 20th December 2014 @ 7.30pm

Box Office:
Tickets via the website which can be paid for by paypal at See the Website for our future plans for performances.
Author: Steven Berkoff East

As you will know Berkoff is a practitioner that is widely studied by A-level and degree students and this performance embraces all the techniques Berfkoff was passionate about. The piece is both physical and utilises the language that Berkoff writes to enhance the characterisation and performance.
The performance is produced in traverse, the space is intimate so that audience feel part of the piece and are not mere spectators.
East is "a play of boundless vitality. A piece of roller-coasting invention... Its two central characters are a couple of razor-happy randy tearaways of almost total moral repellence and absolute physical charm. The ‘East’ referred to is the East End territory of toughs Les and Mike (‘we sworn mates were once the deadly poison of each other’s eye’), local vamp ‘Sylv’, as well as the hapless Mum and Dad. Violence becomes language, just as the actors become objects – as when Les turns into a motorbike and Mike rides him: ‘I streak past those ponces and hairdressers in Minis, Sprites, MGs, menswear salesmen … or ancient Cadillacs driven by aging movie stars cruising for rough trade’.
Berkoff razzle-dazzles their lifestyle in a tumult of imagery; the language flashes from Shakespearean parody to the shatteringly profane... “Restores one's faith and fills the cup of expectation to overflowing".
Followers of our group will remember the amazing performances of Kevin, James and Lisa in last season’s performance of ‘Bronte’, whilst Anthony and Hugh provided strong performances in our production of ‘A Christmas Carol’. All of these have also provided excellent performances in our most recent production of Sue Townsend’s ‘The Queen & I’, adapted by our own Anthony L. Church.
NB. This play contains strong language and sexual references that may offend some people.

Posted 27/11/2014


Bogtrotter Productions


Exeter House School, Salisbury, Wiltshire

Thursday 18th December at 7.00pm, Friday 19th December at 7.00pm and Saturday 20th December at 7.00pm Tickets
Saturday 20th December at 2.30pm: Tickets

Box Office: Online see above

Author: by TOM HUMPHREYS with additional material by LEAH HAMPSON Aladdin: A Wish Come True

From the people who brought you Cinderella! - Bogtrotter Productions return, raising funds for both Elizabeth House Social Centre and Exeter House School, with an all new production!
Join Aladdin on the journey of a lifetime! Along with his brother, Wishie Washie, his mother Widow Twankey and the beautiful Princess Jasmine, watch as Aladdin tries to defeat the evil Abanaza and help Aladdin find the cave of treasures and cheer as the Genie of the Lamp appears to grant every wish!
Aladdin will be a glittering family show with loads of comedy, audience participation, song and dance! This year’s production will be staged at Exeter House School while Elizabeth House Social Centre has provided rehearsal space. This is a strictly limited run of four performances – so book early to avoid disappointment!
choreographer MEGS SLARK musical director KATRINA DARG-FORSYTH assistant director EMILY MILNER
BOOK NOW! You can reserve your tickets online to gurantee entry and pay on the door!

Posted 14/11/2014


Axis Youth Productions


Cecil Hepworth Playhouse, Walton on Thames

19th and 20th December at 7.45pm

Box Office:
Tickets only £12 (includes a mince pie and glass of mulled wine). Discount for buying a table (8 tickets).
Online or 020 8890 6826

Live at the Snowball Lounge

Tickets now available for our Christmas show.
Do come and join us - a great way to start your Christmas festivities off with an evening of entertainment including dance routines, Christmas songs, sketches and a short pantomime.

Posted 07/12/2014


Tin Pot Theatre


Montgomery Hall, Rotherham

Fri 19 Dec 2014, 7:30PM
Sat 20 Dec 2014, 2:00PM
Sat 20 Dec 2014, 7:30PM
Sun 21 Dec 2014, 1:00PM
Mon 22 Dec 2014, 7:30PM
Tue 23 Dec 2014, 7:30PM
Wed 24 Dec 2014, 11:00AM

Box Office:
0333 666 3366 or Ticketsource

Author: Alan Frayn Robinson Crusoe & the Pirates!

Posted 01/12/2014


Radcliffe United Reformed Church Players


Radcliffe Civic Suite

Fri 19th Dec 4:30pm, 7:30pm
Sat 20th Dec 3:30pm, 6:30pm
Sun 21st Dec 1:30pm

Box Office: 0844 66 00 872
Recommended age 3+ (NB All children must have a ticket and prams are not permitted into the theatre)

The team that brought you Red Riding Hood and Sleeping Beauty return this December with Snow Queen, a Christmas production, perfect for the whole family!
This magical family production follows a young girl, Gerda, on a journey through the seasons to rescue her friend Kay from the clutches of the evil Snow Queen.
Come and join the cast on this fantastical journey to find out what happens.
Fri 19th Dec 4:30pm, 7:30pm
Sat 20th Dec 3:30pm, 6:30pm
Author: by Simon Garlick (adapted from the original story by Hans Christian Anderson) Snow Queen

The team that brought you Red Riding Hood and Sleeping Beauty return this December with Snow Queen, a Christmas production, perfect for the whole family!
This magical family production follows a young girl, Gerda, on a journey through the seasons to rescue her friend Kay from the clutches of the evil Snow Queen.
Come and join the cast on this fantastical journey to find out what happens.

Posted 05/11/2014


Glasgow Music Theatre


Eastwood Park Theatre, Rouken Glen Road, Giffnock, Glasgow G46 6UG

20-24 January 2014 7.30pm/2.30pm (Saturday matinee)

Box Office:
Ticket prices
Full price - £13.00 (Tue-Thu and Sat matinee) £15.00 (Fri and Sat nights)
Concession - £10.00 (Tue-Thu and Sat matinee) £12.00 (Fri and Sat nights)
Concessions available for under-16s, students, disabled, senior citizens and unemployed.
Book in person or over the phone
You can purchase your tickets in person or by calling the theatre Box Office on 0141 577 4956. The Box Office accepts payment by cash, cheque, debit or major credit cards and is open Monday to Saturday 10:00am - 5:30pm and for 1 hour before show start times.

Posted 02/11/2014


Mavericks Drama Group


Flackwell Heath Community Centre

Saturday 20th December at 2:30pm and 6:30pm
Sunday 21st December at 6:30pm

Box Office: Tickets available online at or from Flackwell Heath Library
Tickets are £5, apart from Senior Citizens, who are free.

Author: Anthony Deacon The Tooth Fairy

Posted 14/09/2014


Totnes Amateur Operatics Dramatics Society (TAODS)


Civic Hall, Totnes, Devon

21st - 24th Jan 2015
Doors Open at 7:00PM

Box Office:
01803 423168
Ticket Price: £6.50 - £10.00
Tickets now on Sale:
For groups or wheelchair bookings please call 01803 423168

A traditional fun filled pantomime, set in a palace The story is centered around the poor Cinderella and her two ugly sisters.

Posted 19/08/2014


Backwell Playhouse Theatre Company


Backwell Playhouse, Mariners Drive, Backwell BS48 3HT

Saturday 20th December

Box Office: Alan/Ruth 01275 462621
Mollie 0117 9641723?
Debit & Credit card bookings (subject to booking fee) Tel: 07534 840790
Non member tickets available online from
Tickets £11 (members £8) for each show


An evening of Carols, Christmas Music & Festive Fun for the whole family !!

Posted 15/09/2014


Workington and District Amateur Musical Society (WADAMS)





December 26th - 2pm.
December 27th and 28th - 2pm and 5.30pm.
December 29th and 30th - 7pm.
January 2nd 2015 – 7pm.
January 3rd 2015 - 2 pm and 5.30.

Box Office: 01900 602122
Tickets: £10 Individual / £36 Family

Posted 20/01/2014


Dereham Theatre Company


Dereham Memorial Hall, 62 Norwich Street, Dereham, Norfolk NR19 1AD

this superb production runs for five matinees and three evening performances, between Saturday December 27th 2014 and Saturday January 3rd 2015
Matinee performances on December 27th, 28th, 31st, January 1st & 3rd at 2:30pm. Evening performances on December 30th, January 2nd & 3rd at 7:30pm.

Box Office:
The Little Gallery, 62 Norwich Street, Dereham NR19 1AD, Telephone: 01362 690 969. Or you can book online at


Straight after the festive period, Dereham Theatre Company returns with its annual celebrated and multi award-winning Christmas pantomime.
Big on laughs, this imaginative new version of the classic, Cinderella, which has won numerous awards, comes complete with all the fun of the panto!
When her father, the Baron, marries into money (or so he thinks), Cinderella finds herself at the mercy of her new step-mother and her two ugly step-sisters, who reduce her to a life of drudgery and toil. Her only friend is Buttons, Hardship Hall’s endearing, but slightly dim page boy. Meanwhile Prince Charming intends to throw a grand ball, at which he intends to find a wife. Could a chance meeting in the forest between him and Cinderella be the start of something beautiful? Or will the Ugly Sister’s scupper her chances of going to the ball?
With loads of originality, audience participation, slapstick routines and traditional business,

Posted 24/11/2014


St Paul's Players


ADLINGTON Community Centre

27th Dec 2:15pm & 7:30pm
28th Dec 2:15pm
29th Dec 7:30pm
2nd Jan 7:30pm
3rd Jan 2:15pm & 7:30pm

Box Office:

Author: Alan Frayne Aladdin

Posted 03/12/2014


Hanwell and Ealing Musical Theatre


Greenford Hall, Ruislip Road, Greenford, UB6 9QN

29 & 30 December, 2pm and 6.30pm daily

Box Office: 07758 841523
Book your tickets now. Those who book by 15 November will get £2 off most seats.
Earlybird prices for those booking by Saturday 15 November:
Front Stalls and Balcony £11 adults, £6 concessions
After 15 November:
Front Stalls and Balcony £13 adults, £8 concessions
Rear Stalls booked at any time: £7.50
Concessions are for under 16s, pensioners and those on benefits.
Group tickets for 10 or more, bought at the same time and for the same performance, have a reduction of £1 on each ticket (cannot be used with earlybird offer).

Sleeping Beauty and her Prince

This family-friendly pantomime is packed with excitement.
Cheer the goodies, boo the baddies, and help Prince Rupert find his Beauty.
There is fun, slapstick, a ghost scene, stunning costumes, song and dance, romance, but above all, lots of participation from you, the audience. In fact, something for everyone – just what you expect from a traditional family pantomime.
After the wonderful comments for last year's HEOS pantomime by Sue Yoxall, our chairman, she has again put pen to paper to write this year's Christmas pantomime. We know you will love it.

Posted 29/10/2014


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