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April 2014

Brighouse Theatre Productions


Jesus Christ Superstar

1st - 5th April 2014

Box Office: Booking enquiries email
Get booking your tickets. 01484 402435
Ticket prices are £12 for Adults, £10 for Senior Citizens and Children. Group booking discounts are available on request.
Performance time are 7.15pm and 2.15pm (Saturday matinee only)

Posted 24/02/2014
Finchley & Friern Barnet Operatic Society


Intimate Theatre, Palmers Green
Honk! the Musical

April 1 – 5

Box Office: 020 8482 6923 or Ticketsource

Based on the Ugly Duckling tale, Honk! tells the story of Ugly, who is shunned for his appearance and seen as different to other animals. Separated from the farmyard and pursued by the hungry Cat, Ugly must find a way home and be reunited with his family. Along the way, Ugly meets a number of different creatures including a beautiful swan named Penny and a bullfrog that teaches him out there someone's gonna love you warts and all! From his journey, Ugly discovers the true meaning of beauty and acceptance in all its forms.
A show suitable for all the family that teaches a valuable lesson about tolerance and acceptance, FFBOS invites you down to the Intimate Theatre for an evening of musical entertainment.

Posted 15/02/2014
Brynmawr Amateur Operatic Society

Guys and Dolls

a musical with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser and book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows. It is based on 'The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown' and 'Blood Pressure' - two short stories by Damon Runyon. The premiere on Broadway was in 1950. It ran for 1200 performances and won the Tony Award for Best Musical. It first hit London's West End on 28th May 1953 at the Coliseum where it ran for 555 performances. Since then, the musical has had several Broadway and London revivals, as well as a 1955 film adaptation starring Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Frank Sinatra and Vivian Blaine.

1st - 5th April 2014


The Marlet Hall, Brynmawr
Box Office: Ticket Secretary 01495 310989 or book at The Square Card Box, Market Square

In the twilight world of gangsters and their molls, Nathan Detroit is losing his grip on the institution of the floating crap game (the dice gambling scheme he runs which keeps changing venue in order to avoid detection by the local police) and is desperate to find the money to pay for the only location he can currently get his hands on. To seal the deal and quell the tempers of the gangsters who are gathering in town and keen to 'shoot crap' he bets his buddy, Sky Masterson, a thousand dollars that Sky will not be able to take a local Salvation Army girl, Sarah Brown, on a date to Havana.
Meanwhile Nathan, engaged for fourteen years to cabaret artist Miss Adelaide, is struggling to keep her demands for marriage at bay, whilst she continues to battle with the symptoms of an incessant psychosomatic cold which plagues her all the time she is waiting to go down the aisle.
Sarah isn't taken in by Sky's obvious charm and brushes off his advances until it becomes clear that her struggling Salvation Army mission will be closed down by General Cartwright if it doesn't prove itself to be more successful in attracting the local population of 'sinners'. Since Sky has promised her that one dozen of his comrades will show up at a forthcoming prayer meeting, she is convinced to travel with him to Cuba where, under the influence of alcohol, her defences slip and they realise they are falling in love with each other.
On returning to New York, Sarah discovers that, unbeknown to Sky, Nathan and his buddies have been using the empty mission as a site for the crap game. Sarah feels duped and Adelaide is furious that Nathan can't give their relationship priority over his gambling habits. At a crap game held in the sewers of New York, Sky bets all the members of the floating crap game that if he wins his roll of the dice, they will have to join him at the mission to repent their sins. After winning his bet, and after Sarah and Adelaide plot to reform their respective lovers after marriage, the mission is saved by a successful prayer meeting led by Nicely's gospel-like confession and the couples tie the knot in a joyous double wedding.

Posted 29/07/2013
Gosforth Musical Society

North East

Jubilee Theatre NE3 3XT
The Mikado

by G&S

2 - 4 April 7.30pm 5 Apr 5.30pm

Box Office: tickets 07757953871

Posted 16/03/2014
Berkhamsted Theatre Company


Berkhamsted Theatre
Bedroom Farce

by Alan Ayckbourn

2nd - 5th April

Box Office: 07543 560478

The play will be directed by Iain Fowles, and this hilarious play features some great characters of various ages.

Posted 01/02/2014
Q2 Players


The Alexandra Room, St Luke's Church, The Avenue, Kew TW9 2AJ
Men at Arms

by Terry Pratchett

3rd-5th April 8:00pm Sat Mat 2:30pm

Box Office: 020 8878 2173 or
Tickets £8 conc. £6

Posted 02/04/2014
Tickety-Boo Theatre Company


Pontefract Town Hall
Waiting for Gateaux

a comedy by Ed Waugh & Trevor Wood

Thurs 3rd, Fri 4th & Sat 5th April 2014

Box Office: Adult £8.50, Concession £6.50 and Child £5.00. Book by 20th March and get an Early Bird discount of 50p per ticket. Book online via the website (no booking fee) or telephone the Box Office on 01977 799740

Mo-tivators is the worst health and fitness club in the country and only attracts clientele who have nothing better to do. Run by “big-boned” Maureen, Jackie comes to get away from her philandering husband and she’s started to bring her young sister Whitney along to keep her out of trouble, and Donald comes because he secretly loves Maureen – he’s lost 12 stone so far – if he doesn’t ask her out soon there’ll be nothing left of him! Things seem to be on the up when Sophie, a researcher for a reality TV programme, comes to check out the club but when a snowstorm arrives it brings with it revelations that will change their lives forever in this comedy about friendship, frostbite and French fries.

Posted 16/02/2014
Ingatestone Musical and Operetta Group


The Community Centre Theatre, 7 High Street, Ingatestone, Essex CM4 9ED
Keep The Home Fires Burning

Thurs 3rd to Sat 5th April 2014 7:45pm Sat mat 2:30pm

Box Office: Tickets: 01277 295662 / 01277 226726
£12 Sat Mat Conc £10 / Child £5

Please feel free to dress up for the occasion if you wish

Posted 06/02/2014
Woodford Community Players


The Woodford Centre - Stockport
Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me

Frank McGuiness

3rd, 4th and 5th April 2014

Box Office: 0161 292 2420

Have you heard the one about the Englishman, the Irishman and the American? It may sound funny but this comic combination is no joke when they are slowly going mad in a bare, Beirut cell. Strangely, Frank McGuiness’ play about inhumanity could almost be listed as a comedy since there are so many funny lines in this award-winning drama.
The three men, a brash, athletic American, a cynical Irish journalist and a “buttoned up, stand-offish” English lecturer are taken hostage by unseen captors in the Middle East. Their very different cultural backgrounds add a whole other dimension to their struggle to simply stay alive and sane. The three’s vivid imaginations are the only defence they have against their daily battle with the despair about the grim reality of their seemingly endless incarceration, but how those imaginations shine through. You could be forgiven for thinking that this play would be filled with doom and gloom but Frank McGuiness has crafted an utterly compelling, humour riven, piece of drama which ebbs and flows with almost heart stopping moments of hilarity, tension, friendship and fantasy and as such is an absolute “must see”.

Posted 31/01/2014
Evesham Operatic and Dramatic Society (EODS)


Evesham Arts Centre
The Showstoppers

3-5 April 2014

Box Office: Tickets are on sale now from Online

Showcase the best of the West End with songs and dances from all your favourite shows. Tied together with a story of a struggle to keep an aging theatre alive against the ruthless, business minded Showstoppers!

Posted 21/01/2014


Warlingham Church Hall, The Green, Warlingham
Curtain Up on Murder

by Bettine Manktelow


Box Office: 07786 769 784
or Online

An amateur drama company is rehearsing in the theatre at the end of the pier. Storms rage overhead and the doors are locked — they are trapped! Then a mysterious, ghostly presence passes across the stage, and when the Assistant Stage Manager falls to certain death through a trapdoor, the remaining actors are thrown into disarray. Their panic increases when one of the actresses is poisoned and it becomes evident that a murderer is in their midst...

Posted 18/01/2014
Woodford Community Players

Someone Who'll Watch Over Me


03.04.14 - 05.04.14


The Woodford Centre, Chester Road, Stockport, Cheshire SK7 1PS
Box Office:

Have you heard the one about the Englishman, the Irishman and the American? It may sound funny but this comic combination is no joke when they are slowly going mad in a bare, Beirut cell. Strangely, Frank McGuiness’ play about inhumanity could almost be listed as a comedy since there are so many funny lines in this award-winning drama. Woodford Players very much look forward to presenting this unusual and thought provoking play

Posted 08/04/2013
Sunderland Theatre Company

North East

Infinity Bar & Entertainment Suite, Sunderland
Cabaret Legends

4th & 5th April

Box Office: Ticketsource

Posted 03/04/2014
Stanley Opera


Concordia Theatre, Hinckley
The Barber of Seville

4th, 8th, 10th & 12th April

Box Office: 01455 848194
Full price tickets all performances: £12.00
Concessions for over-60s Tuesday 8th April and Thursday 10th April: £10.00
Concessions for under-25s on Friday 4th April: £6.00

Rossini’s comic masterpiece tells the rib-tickling tale of how Figaro, the barber and jack-of-all-trades, uses his wit and trickery to help the young Count Almaviva woo the lovely Rosina from under the twitching nose of her jealous old guardian. Stunning disguises and wild impersonations are all part of his cunning plan – and even then it nearly ends in catastrophe (as these things generally do). All of this marvellous comic action is set to Rossini’s sparkling music and utterly irresistible tunes – including Figaro’s famous aria loved by millions across the world.

Posted 03/03/2014
The Blue Hill Troupe, Ltd.

New York

El Teatro of El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, (Between 104th and 105th Street), New York, NY 10029

Music by Arthur Sullivan
Libretto by William S. Gilbert

April 4, 8:00pm
April 5, 2:00pm
April 6, 3:00pm
April 9, 7:30pm
April 10, 7:30pm
April 11, 8:00pm
April 12, 2:00pm & 8:00pm

Box Office: Tickets range in price from $28 to $100 and are available online at or by calling (212) 988-2012. Payment in excess of $20 per ticket is tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.

The opera is a parody of the stock melodrama—the villain who carries off the maiden; the priggishly good-mannered poor-but-virtuous-heroine; the hero in disguise, and his faithful old retainer who dreams of their former glory days; the snake in the grass who claims to be following his heart; the wild, mad girl; the swagger of fire-eating patriotism; ghosts coming to life to enforce a curse; and so forth. But as one critic noted, Gilbert turns the moral absolutes of melodrama upside down: Good becomes bad, bad becomes good, and heroes take the easy way out.
The Baronets of Ruddigore are cursed. Anyone who succeeds to the title has to commit a crime every day—or perish in inconceivable agony.
Robin Oakapple, a young farmer, loves Rose Maybud, but both are too shy to tell the other. But Robin has a secret. He is really Sir Ruthven Murgatroyd, the rightful Baronet of Ruddigore, in disguise. His younger brother, Despard, believing Ruthven to be dead, has assumed the title. Robin's foster brother, Richard, seeking Rose for himself, tells Despard of Robin's deception, and Robin is forced to accept his true position, losing Rose to Richard in the process.
Now the Baronet of Ruddigore, Robin is confronted by the he ghosts of his ancestors who step from their picture frames in the gallery of Ruddigore Castle to confront him for failing to conscientiously commit his daily crime. Robin eventually finds a way of satisfying his ancestors demands whilst continuing to live a blameless life…

Posted 08/02/2014
Square One Productions


Touring Lincolnshire

by Nikki Pontin

4th April Scawby Viallage Hall 07877 373504
5th April Broadbenty Theatre 01673 885500
12th April Jubilee Town HAll, Kirton-in-Lindsey 01652 649230
19th April Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough 01427 676655
26th April Lincold Drill Hall 01522 873894
All shows 7:30 pm

Box Office: Tickets £6 - £10

Posted 02/02/2014
The Lyceum Players


The Lyceum Theatre, 95 Union Street, Oldham, Lancs OL1 1QG
Where Is The Life?

by Martin Roche

4 - 12 April 2014

Box Office: or Ticketsource

The Lyceum Theatre is proud to have been chosen to present the World Premiere of Martin Roche’s “Where Is The Life”. Martin is a local playwright best known for his award winning musical “Witchfinder” that had its world premiere at Mossley in 2008.
“Where Is The Life” features four retired thespians, Tom, Colin, Alan and Don, in The Beeches, a residential home for retired gentlemen of the stage. Despite their ups and downs they have created their own family in The Beeches to replace the families they no longer seem to be part of.
When Kelly, the new care assistant arrives, Colin, angry, cutting and sarcastic, who is the queen of this castle, preys on her relentlessly as she has all the things he can no longer have: youth…..and time.
Despite this Kelly finds in them a family she has never really known and she gives them a priceless gift…by helping them come to terms with their life in their remaining years.
“Outrageously funny yet intensely moving.”

Posted 11/8/2013
Harrow Opera


St Mary The Virgin, Kenton Road. Harrow
Suor Angelica


5th April 7.30pm

Box Office: Tickets £10. Refreshments provided

Posted 02/04/2014
Dorrington Players


All Stretton Village Hall
The Public Eye by Peter Shaffer
Ways and Means by Noël Coward

Saturday 5th April

Box Office: Tickets £7.50 including refreshments available from Mayfair, John Thomas & Burway Books
Sue Jones on 07880912805 or email

A rehearsed play reading of two humorous plays

Posted 16/03/2014
The Woodland Players


Our Lady of Lourdes School Hall, Kingswood Bristol BS15 8PX
The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society Murder Mystery

by David McGillivray & Walter Zerlin Jr

Sat April 5th & Sun April 6th
curtain up 7.30

Box Office: Tickets available from £8.00 & £6.00 concessions

This is ‘drama’ but not as we know it…
This is not a “whodunit” where you work out who did the grisly deed over a meal with your team-mates. There is no meal involved and no need for teams. Instead there is probably the funniest play the Woodland Players have ever put on, as they bring you the hilarious antics of the Farndale ladies who attempt to put on a murder mystery.
It is a challenge for our cast to keep straight faces and do all the things they have been trained not to do resulting in a good night out for you and all the family.

Posted 26/02/2014
Twickenham Operatic Society


450 Theatre - Hampton School, Hampton
Whistle Down The Wind

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Tue 8 Apr 2014 - Sat 12 Apr 2014, 7:45PM
Sat 12 Apr 2014, 2:30PM

Box Office: 07973-414430 or Ticketsource
TICKETS FROM £14 for members / £16 for non-members (concessions available).
Children's tickets from £9 for members / £11 for non-members.

WHISTLE DOWN THE WIND is this Easter’s family treat from the award winning TOpS, supported by The Young Set. Based on the novel by Mary Hayley Bell and subsequent Richard Attenborough film, Whistle Down the Wind follows the fortunes of a fugitive caught between the prejudice of adults and the innocence of the young. Whistle Down the Wind revolves around the time and place where the word teenager was invented. Swallow, a 15 year-old-girl growing up in America’s deep South in the fifties, discovers a mysterious man hiding out in a barn. When she asks who he is and the first words he utters are “Jesus Christ”, it’s as if all her prayers have been answered. Swallow and the town’s other children vow to protect the stranger from the world that waits outside – the townspeople who are determined to catch a fugitive hiding it their midst. As fantasy and reality collide, Swallow is torn between the two and begins to discover who she is and where she is going.

Posted 03/04/2014
Peterbrook Players


The Producers

by Mel Brooks

8th-12th April 2014

Solihull Arts Complex Box Office
Tuesday 8th April 2014 (7.30pm start): £11
Wednesday 9th April 2014 (7.30pm start):£12
Thursday 10th April 2014 (7.30pm start): £13
Friday 11th April 2014 (7.30pm start): £14
Saturday 12th April2014 (2.30pm start): £14
Saturday 12th April 2014 (7.30pm start): £15

Mel Brooks' outrageous hit musical co-written with Thomas Meehan comes to Solihull Arts Complex for the very first time. This comic musical, which originally found success on Broadway, is both unusual and clever, and is no doubt a classic musical in the making. Contains great songs such as I Wanna Be A Producer, We Can Do It plus the memorable Springtime For Hitler, the show promises a night to remember. If you have never seen The Producers but enjoy Mel Brooks’ work, you will love this show. Some content may be deemed unsuitable for younger audiences, so the suggested age range is around 12+

Posted 07/02/2014
All Souls’ Amateur Operatic Society


Halifax Playhouse
Die Fledermaus

Tuesday 8th April to Saturday 12th April @ 7.15 pm, with a Saturday Matinee at 2.15 pm

Box Office: Tickets: Adult @ £12 - OAP @ £9 - Under 16’s @ £8
Tuesday: £12 each, 2 for price of 1
Saturday Matinee: Children £5
Ticket phone number: 01484 721617
Download a Booking Form here

Take one practical joke, add one wife, one amorous tenor, an ambitious maid, one ambiguous Russian Prince, a mysterious ‘Hungarian Countess’ and one drunken jailor, mix them all together, and delightful insanity ensues….

Posted 30/01/2014
Rossendale Players


The New Millennium Theatre, Burnley Rd East, Waterfoot Rossendale, Lancs BB4 9UG
Visiting Hour

by Richard Harris

05.04.14 - 12.04.14

Box Office: All tickets £7 available from our ticket secretary Anne on
01706 228720
or from Watts News(next to the theatre)

Four one act plays set in a NHS hospital.Written by Richard Harris.
Interlinked dramas both funny and sad, set in a National Health hospital
director /co-ordinator Lynda Birch

Posted 05/12/2013
PADOS Youth Theatre Group


The Met Theatre, Bury
Sweeney Todd

8th-12th April 2014

Box Office: 0161 772 7729
Tickets available later this year.
PADOS are pleased to announce that our 2014 musical will be…Sweeney Todd, a story of love, revenge, loss and shaving!
The air is thick with factory smoke, children play with rats in the gutter and London is ablaze with sin and treachery. A young boy, unaware of the cruelties of the city, rescues an escaped convict and sets in motion events that will lead to the creation of the most notorious and glamourised serial killer of the 19th Century - Sweeney Todd.
When corruption of the law is rife and crime lurks on every corner, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street sets out to bring the upper classes to it's knees and the lower classes to the table.
Prestwich Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society (PADOS) are proud to present their adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's razor-sharp tale of vengeance, true love and one man's crusade to right a terrible justice.

Posted 13/08/2013
Peterbrook Players

The Producers


Tuesday 8th April 2014 (7.30pm start)
Wednesday 9th April 2014 (7.30pm start)
Thursday 10th April 2014 (7.30pm start)
Friday 11th April 2014 (7.30pm start)
Saturday 12th April2014 (2.30pm start)
Saturday 12th April 2014 (7.30pm start)

West Midlands

Solihull Arts Complex
Box Office: Tickets (£11 - £15) are available at the Solihull Arts Complex (0121 704 6962).

Posted 19/07/2013
East Kilbride Rep Theatre Club


The Village Theatre, East Kilbride
Whisky Galore

by Compton Mackenzie. Stage version by James Scotland
Produced by Susan Hunt

Wednesday 9th - Saturday 12th April, 2014. 7.30pm

Box Office: Online

October, 1941. The Hebridean islands of Great Todday and Little Todday are sunk deep in the doldrums of a spiritless wartime existence, till the S.S. Cabinet Minister runs aground nearby, and by a miracle there is uisghe beatha gu leoir!

Posted 03/04/2014
Chigwell Row Operatic and Dramatic Society (CROADS)

Essex, London

Victory Hall, Hainault Road, Chigwell IG7 6GX

Acorn Antiques - The Musical

9th - 12th April

Box Office: 07922 617930
Tickets £9

Chigwell Row Operatic and Amateur Dramatic Society, entertaining the local community at Victory Hall, Chigwell for 80 years. Come and join us!

Posted 24/03/2014
Kelvin Players


Kelvin Players Studio
James and the Giant Peach

Evening performances at 7:00 pm from Wednesday 9th to Sunday 13th April.

Box Office: Tickets are £5.00 for under-16s and £10 for adults.
Age recommendation 4+Doors open at 6:30 pm for evening performances and 1:30 pm for matinees.

MARVELLOUS THINGS WILL HAPPEN – James and the Giant Peach at Kelvin Players Studio Wednesday 9th to Sunday 13th April.
After his mum and dad were killed by an escaped rhinoceros, poor little James Trotter was forced to live with his two cruel aunts – Spiker and Sponge. They were awfully nasty to him, shouting at him and making him do lots of hard work.
James would often dream of a way out and then, one day, a little old man brought some magic into his world…
Come and join James on his adventures as he escapes the clutches of his wicked aunts; meet sharks and other strange creatures and discover the magic of the Giant Peach.
A bar and refreshments for children will be available before and after the show which will last approximately 90 minutes with an interval.

Posted 27/03/2014
Henley-on-Thames Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society (HAODS)


Kenton Theatre, Henley-on-Thames
The Full Monty!!

9-12 April 2014

Box Office: 01491 575698

Director – George Riddell
Rehearsal MD - Peter Dodsworth
Choreographer - Sarah Fyfe
A saucy stripper musical with plenty of heart

Posted 22/03/2014
Garforth Amateur Dramatic Society


Miners Welfare Hall, Main Street, Garforth
Look Who’s Talking

by Derek Benfield, directed by Pat Toes

Wednesday 9th to Saturday 12th April 2014

Box Office: Tickets are available in advance at Garforth Library, The School Partnership Trust Uniform Shop (closed Wednesdays), or from any GADS member at £6.00 for Adults / £5.00 for Concessions or on the door at the prices of £6.50 / £5.50.
Doors will open at 6:45PM

Drunken romances come back to haunt the characters of Garforth Amateur Dramatic Society’s next production in April. Brian (David Battersby) turns up unexpectedly for Sunday dinner at the home of Sheila (Anita Rushforth) and Andrew (Martyn Drake).
Brian had enjoyed a few glasses of wine with Sheila a week earlier – a night Sheila cannot remember – and she has to create a web of lies to hide Brian’s identity.
To add to the confusion, solicitor Andrew’s secretary Carole (Stephanie Selwood) appears and believes her boss had promised her a romantic trip to Italy at an alcohol-fuelled party.
The characters all have to cover their tracks which sets off a chain of misunderstandings during an enjoyable farce.
Our licenced bar, serving beer, wine and soft drinks will be available from doors open to curtain up and also during the interval.

Posted 22/02/2014
Putteridge Bury Gilbert & Sullivan Society



Queen Mother Theatre, Walsworth Road, Hitchin SG4 9SP

by G&S

9th - 12th April 2014

Box Office: Tickets for all our shows are available direct from PBGS on 07946 264886. Please also ring this number for group discounts and special seating
Or from when the Box Office opens nearer to the show.

Posted 29/01/2014
Farnworth Performing Arts Company


Albert Halls, Victoria Square, Bolton BL1 1RU
42nd Street

09.04.14 - 12.04.14
Includes Matinee at 14:30pm on Saturday 12th April 2014

Box Office: 07716 886918

Posted 05/12/2013
Sidcup Operatic Society

by Lionel Bart

April 9-12 2014 starting at 7:45pm with a matinee at 2:30pm


Bob Hope Theatre in Eltham
Box Office: Tickets are £12.50 and £11 for concessions. To get tickets, please phone 020 8301 2681 or visit and follow the box office link.

Posted 24/04/2013
Lyndhurst Drama and Musical Society


The Vernon Thetare, Sandy Lane, Lyndhurst
All My Sons

by Arthur Miller

10/11/12 April

Box Office: £7 first night £8 others
Tickets from Gadget Tree, 8 High Street, Lyndhurst
Enquiries 02380 282729

Posted 01/04/2014
Allestree Theatre Group


St Nicholas Church Hall, Allestree Lane, Derby
Prepare To Meet Thy Tomb

by Norman Robbins

10th, 11th & 12th April 2014 at 7:30 pm

Box Office: Tickets £7
Box Office: Email -
Phone - 01332 559 700

As night falls and fog descends on Monument House Hotel and Alternative Health Spa, Hecuba Tomb and her niece Drusilla receive a series of unexpected visitors.
Novelist Philippa and her assistant Daphne are seeking refuge from a mysterious follower they fear may be the notorious "Norfolk Strangler". Hot on their heels come TV historian Quentin Danesworth and vacuous honeymooners Robert and Miranda.
The uninvited guests are soon snooping around the secret passages of the creepy old mansion and asking too many questions for comfort. Sure enough, one by one they fall victim to violent deaths by devious techniques, no secret panel is unoccupied, no cup of tea untouched, and nobody is who they appear to be.

Posted 30/03/2014
The Good Companions Amateur Dramatic Society

London, Middx

John Keble Church Hall, Deans Lane, Edgware HA8 9NS
Long Day's Journey Into Night

by Eugene O'Neill

10 - 12 April 7:30pm

Box Office: 07931 237206 or Ticketsource

Directed by Colin Brodie
A Barnet Drama Festival Competition entry, 2014

Posted 16/03/2014
West Moors Drama Society


Memorial Hall, West Moors
Jack Up

a comedy by Ian Hornby

10-12th April 2014 Doors Open 7:00pm

Box Office: Tickets £7 on the door and in advance from Dixon Kelley Estate AGents, West Moors
Bar available

It is the final match of the season and the winners take the league title. The problems start when the keenly-fought match is a draw between the rival bowling clubs and must be replayed a week later.
Abbeywood {the home team} suspect that WestWorth {the away team} may attempt to sabotage the green so set up an all night vigil to keep watch.
Having an occasional nip from an illicit vodka bottle to keep the cold away.
The arrival of a suspicious 'alcohol intolerant' Police officer causes disruption so they slip her a coffee laced with powerful Polish vodka, before too long they have a drunken member of the constabulary on their hands, who they quickly hide in the mower shed.
When they are joined by a suspicious senior police officer investigating the disappearance of the first one, their troubles really begin.
The reality of the dilemma of having two hidden police officers and a police car to hide away until after the match dawns on the bungling, bowler kidnappers and things go from bad to worse with hilarious results!

Posted 16/03/2014
Little Waltham Drama Group


Little Waltham Memorial Hall, Little Waltham, Essex
Who Killed the Vicar
A Murder Mystery

Thursday 10th April to Saturday 12th April 2014

Box Office: 01245 361816 Opens 3rd March 2014
Tickets £10 & £9 conc. includes ploughman's supper

It’s murder-mystery meets Father Ted as preparations for the annual Summer Fayre bring mayhem and murder to the picturesque village of Steeply Willows!!
Reverend Martin Peacock is usually a diligent Minister, yet his attention has been swayed by the possibility of becoming the next Bishop of the ‘Grimeford and Huntley’ diocese. All manner of dark intentions, jealousies and subterfuge begin to surface among the Parochial Parish Council members during their meeting at the vicarage*. This results in Reverend* Peacock being stabbed in his armchair after the house’s lights have been sabotaged… but who would do such a dastardly thing??
When Detective Inspector Charlton of Scotland Yard, and Lilly Heeks representing the influential Bishop Burton, begin their investigation they unearth a whole tangle of lies, corruption and deceit. Malice hides behind the lace curtains of the picturesque village of Steeply Willows! But who would actually stoop so low as to kill the vicar?

Posted 10/03/2014
Odyssey Theatrical Productions


Wycombe Theater Banbury Academy

West Side Story

10th - 12th April 7:30pm
2:30pm Sat Mat

Box Office: Online
01295 267324
Tickets £10 Conc. £7

Odyssey Theatrical Productions are delighted to be able to announce that our next show will be the brilliant musical West Side Story.
book by Arthur Laurents, music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, and conception and choreography by Jerome Robbins

Posted 26/02/2014
Flying Ducks Youth


Joseph Rowntree Theatre, York, North Yorkshire

Thurs 10th April to Sat 12th April 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm

Box Office: Michael Whyte 01904 768963 or York Theatre Royal Box Office
Tickets £8 - £10

Posted 14/02/2014
St James Players


St Luke's Church Hall Brierfield
Say it with Flowers

by Jane Thornton

10,11 and 12 April 2014

Box Office: tickets £6 available from

"Fresh off the back of their latest amateur dramatics production, the Parish Players learn that circumstances beyond their control are forcing them to abandon the Parish Hall. Without anywhere to stage their plays, they decide to enter the Village in Bloom competition. But not everyone is keen on the idea, and the seeds are sown for an hilarious yet touching exploration of their competitive streak. "

Posted 30/01/2014
The Reformed Players


United Reform Church, Edwards Lane, Sherwood, Nottingham, NG5 3AA

a comedy by Doris Cook

April 10th, 11th & 12th 2014 at 7.30 pm.

Box Office: Tickets are only £4 each (including refreshments) and can be purchased at the door.

We'd love to see you there.
We are always looking for new members whether you want to act, direct, build sets, work backstage or front of house - all are welcome.
Please contact us at:
Or phone 0115 976 4358 (Ask for Sue or David)

Posted 12/12/2013
The Lace Market Theatre


The Lace Market Theatre

by Marc Camoletti

14 - 15 April 2014

Box Office: 0115 950 7201 OR

What happens if an ambitious architect is engaged to three flight attendants? What happens if one of the girls that was supposed to take off doesn’t do so, another one lands who wasn’t supposed to, and the third is happily enjoying a hot bath? What happens if a housekeeper, who is perpetually nagging, can’t cope with the situation and an old school buddy from southern France suddenly shows up? This production will be in German with an English introduction.

Posted 30/08/20113
The Stevenage Lytton Players


The Lytton Theatre Stevenage
A Midsummer Night's Dream

by William Shakespeare

16th to 19th April 2014
Performances start at 7:45pm

Box Office: 01438 357407
Ticket Prices : £8.50/£6.00c Wed + Thur

Director – Sophie Ashby

Posted 17/01/200
The Lace Market Theatre


The Lace Market Theatre
Till Eulenspiegel

by Marc Camoletti

16 - 17 April 2014

Box Office: 0115 950 7201 OR

We all like to believe that the great heroes and heroines of literature truly existed. Over 100s of years, the story of one great hero has been put into countless words, music and pictures, keeping the medieval trickster alive in hearts and minds. Now the mad, breathtaking and ultimately tragic life of the ultimate prankster is being brought to life on stage in a most epic style – from his birth to his resurrection. This production will be in German with English surtitles.

Posted 30/08/20113
Redruth Amateur Operatic Society Trust


Regal Theatre Redruth

18-21st April 2014

Box Office: 01209 216278

Posted 01/04/2014
Mossley Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society

Jesus Christ Superstar


21-26 APRIL 2014


George Lawton Hall, Mossley
Box Office: 0161-633 3062

Posted 19/07/2013


Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells

by Lionel Bart

Tues 22nd - Sat 26th April 2014

Box Office: 0845 269 1889 or

Posted 21/01/2014
Dicker Players (The)


Under Ground Theatre, 1 Grove Road, Eastbourne, BN21 4TL

Lend Me A Tenor

by Ken Ludwig
Directed by Marilyn Chandler

23rd - 26th April, 7.30 nightly with an additional 3pm matinee on Sat 26th April

Box Office: Tickets £12 / £9 concessions from The Under Ground Theatre, Eastbourne
or online from or call 01323 485153

Lend Me A Tenor is an award winning farce set in 1930's Cleveland on the eve of a gala fundraising performance of Otello starring the world famous tenor, Tito Merelli. Things do not go to plan and poor Max has to juggle amorous ingenues, the formidable chair of the Opera Guild's Collation Committee, an irate boss, a star struck bellhop, an unwell superstar and his jealous wife.
This production is part of the Eastbourne Festival of Arts and Culture.

Posted 18/04/2014
Hyde Little Theatre


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

by Deborah McAndrew

23 - 26 April 2014

Box Office: Tickets available on 0161 430 7556

A Bitter Sweet Comedy
Directed by Carla Stokes

Posted 05/12/2013
South Downe Musical Society


Ferneham Hall, Fareham
South Pacific

From Thursday 24 to Saturday 26 April 2014.
Evening performances - curtain up at 7:30 pm, Sat matinee 2:30pm

Box Office: From Thursday 24 to Saturday 26 April 2014.
Evening performances - curtain up at 7:30 pm, Sat matinee 2:30pm
Tickets are available now from members or Ferneham Box office - 01329 231942 or online at
Tickets: Thursday £11.00 - £14.50, tiered
Friday to Saturday £12.50 - £14.50, tiered

South Pacific is a musical composed by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and book by Hammerstein and Joshua Logan. The work premiered in 1949 on Broadway and was an immediate hit, running for 1,925 performances.
Can a girl from Little Rock find happiness with a mature French planter she got to know 'one enchanted evening' away from the military hospital where she is a nurse? Or should she just 'wash that man out of her hair'?
Bloody Mary is the philosopher of the island and it's hard to believe she could be the mother of Liat who has captured the heart of Lt. Joseph Cable USMC.
While waiting for action in the war in the South Pacific, sailors and nurses put on a musical comedy show. ... the drama of South Pacific unfolds. The story is backed by an outstanding musical score including some of Rodgers & Hammerstein's immortal songs:
"You've Got to Be Carefully Taught", "Younger Than Springtime", "Some Enchanted Evening, "Bali H'ai"
"I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair"
"There Is Nothing Like a Dame", and many more ...
If you know the show and you know the quality of SDMS then please get your tickets early - we are expecting 'sell out' performances!!

Posted 17/01/2014
Hampstead Garden Opera


Upstairs at The Gatehouse, Highgate N6 4BD
La Calisto

Evenings – Apr 25, 26, 29, 30, May 1, 2 & 3 at 7.30 pm
Mats – Sat May 3 at 2.30 pm: Suns Apr 27 & May 4 at 4.00pm

Box Office: 020 8340 3488 Highgate Village, N6 4BD
Online booking at (booking fee applies)
Tickets – £23 (concs. £21)

In a world devastated by natural disasters, tender love and unbridled desire are notable survivors. As part of the struggle to control the planet’s dwindling resources and rebuild a crumbling society, both the big guns and the little fellas are soon up to all their old games – seduction, adultery, trickery and all manner of earthy comedy familiar to readers of 21st century tabloids.
The big question is, who can afford love? With music of exquisite eloquence, Cavalli gives us the answer.

Posted 21/04/2014
Oast Theatre


The Oast Theatre, London Road, Tonbridge TN10 3AN

by Joe Orton

25th Apr - 3rd May

Box Office: 01732 363849

Director: Phil Porter
“Loot” follows the fortunes of two young thieves, Hal and Dennis. Together they rob the bank next to the funeral parlour where Dennis works and return to Hal’s home to hide the money. Hal’s mother has just died and the money is hidden in her coffin, while her body keeps appearing around the house. With the arrival of Inspector Truscott the plot turns topsy-turvy. To the dismay of Hal’s father, Mr. Mcleavy, Hal and Dennis, aided by Nurse Fay, try to keep the Inspector off their trail.
This is a dark farce that satirises the Roman Catholic Church, social attitudes to death and the integrity of the police force. Playing with all the conventions of popular farce, Orton creates a world gone mad and examines in detail English attitudes at mid twentieth century. The play has been called a ‘Freudian nightmare’, sporting with superstitions about death and life. The Sunday Telegraph described it as: “The most genuinely quick-witted, pungent and sprightly entertainment by a new, young, British playwright for a decade”.

Posted 16/04/2014
Stewarton Drama Group


Village Theatre, East Kilbride
Waste Management

written and directed by SDG member, Nancy McPherson

Friday 25th April at 7.00pm

Box Office: If you would like to come and support Stewarton Drama Group at their performance at the National Final in East Kilbride on Friday 25th April at 7.00pm, you can book tickets priced at £12.50 each, by telephoning the East Kilbride Village Theatre Box Office on 01355 261 000 / 248 669 (or 0141 613 000) quoting Scottish Community Drama Association One Act Play Festival.

Stewarton Drama Group are all set to represent the West of Scotland at the National Final of the Scottish Community Drama Association’s One-Act Play Festival, at the Village Theatre, East Kilbride on Friday 25th April at 7.00pm, with their multi-award winning production of ‘Waste Management’, written and directed by SDG member, Nancy McPherson.
If you would like to come and support Stewarton Drama Group at their performance at the National Final you can book tickets priced at £12.50 each, by telephoning the East Kilbride Village Theatre Box Office on 01355 261 000 / 248 669 (or 0141 613 000) quoting Scottish Community Drama Association One Act Play Festival.
Our journey to the National Final began back in February, when we were placed First in Ayrshire at the first round of the competition in Kilmarnock’s Palace Theatre where our team also lifted the trophy for the Best Stage Lighting. Following on from our win in Ayrshire, our team’s success continued when, for only the 5th time in our 40-year history, we were placed first from an original entry of 46 plays across the whole of West of Scotland, at the Western Divisional Final last month in the Fullarton Theatre in Castle Douglas. We also lifted the trophy for Best Stage Presentation.
At the National Final in East Kilbride at the end of April, our team will compete as one of the top 8 plays in Scotland, performed by clubs from as far afield as Orkney, Aberfeldy, Inverness and Plockton for a single coveted place at the British Final of the competition in Stirling this summer, and the chance to represent Scotland at the conclusion of this annual competition which began with an original entry of 125 plays.
This is only the 10th occasion in our 40-year history that Stewarton Drama Group have made it to the prestigious National Final of the competition. The Group have previously achieved third place overall at the National Finals in 2001, 2004 and 2013 with our productions of ‘Bar and Ger’, ‘Murphy’s Law’ and ‘Excess Baggage’, and second place overall at the National Final in 1986 with our production of ‘The Choristers’. In 2008 – in our most successful year to date - we won the National Final for the first time with our production of ‘One Good Beating’, which then also went on to win the British Final in Wales later that year.
This year’s entry, ‘Waste Management’, which was first performed in the Stewarton Area Centre in May 2013 as part of SDG’s ‘Evening of Comedy and Drama’ was runner-up in the UK wide ‘Geoffrey Whitworth Play Writing Competition’ in 2011. The play focuses on the relationship of Danny (Jim Goldie) and Linda (Laura McPherson), a couple who bump into each other at a recycling bank after a split-up. As they debate what is to be discarded or salvaged, it emerges that they are at a clearing point in their fragile relationship. The dynamic and spark in their relationship gives rise to some sharp humour, but underneath they are struggling with the confusions, chaos and disappointments of life and gender role expectations. The casual and brief intervention of two strangers (David Robertson and Caren McLean) curiously helps them to focus, and in the end they have cleared enough space to move on.

Posted 11/04/2014
Musical Theatre School


Newbridge High School, Coalville
Disney Favourites!

Sat 26th April
Doors open 6:45pm
Box Office: Tickets £5 (under 5yrs free)

Posted 23/04/2014
Oadby Drama


Elegy for a Lady

by Arthur Miller

April 26th 2.00 (3 plays) and 7.00 (3 plays)
Box Office: TICKETS £8.00 (per session or £12 for both sessions)
Contact Sandra Sutcliffe – 01162236428 / 07853058787

Central Area Quarter Final
One act play festival
Six plays are being performed over the day in two sessions so it promises to be an interesting and diverse affair.
Join us for these delightful presentations of short plays, all performed by the best of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Warwickshire amateur theatrical groups. Each group has earned their place in the Quarter Finals in a preliminary round of this annual competition. Enjoy the variety of genres and the many settings plus the final comments of the GODA adjudicator for the event, Paul Fowler. Discover which plays go on to represent this division of the Central area in the next round of this national competition.

Posted 21/04/2014
BAOS Limelight


Everest Community Academy
Fame Jr

Conceived and Developed by David De Silva Book by Jose Fernandez Lyrics by Jacques Levy Music by Steve Margoshes Title song "Fame" written by Dean Pitchford and Michael Gore
Directed by Adam bayjou, Choreography by Ashleigh Bayjou, Assistant Director Caroline Price

26-27 April 2014

Box Office: Ticketsource

Limelight, the youth group of Basingstoke Amateur Operatic Society are proud to present. Fame Jr promises to be an energetic and dynamic production bringing back memories of the 1980's

Posted 08/02/2014
Newtown Amateur Dramatic Society


Powys Theatre, Canal Road, Newtown
Table Manners

by Alan Ayckbourn

Monday 28th April to Saturday 3rd May 2014. Doors open at 7.00pm, and the performance starts at 7.45pm.

Box Office: Tickets will be available from Monday 14th April for Theatre Book holders and from Monday 21st April for the General Public. The booking office is located in the Oriel Davies Gallery, The Park, Newtown, SY16 2NZ from 10.00am to 4.00pm Monday to Friday.
For further details please contact 01686 622517 or 01686 420795

A family reunion to give Annie a weekend away from caring for Mother seemed like a good idea until they realize she was going away with her sister's husband, not her own gormless boyfriend. Beneath the comedy, tensions and mis - matches are revealed in true Ayckbourn fashion.

Posted 03/04/2014
Brookdale Theatre


Brookdale Theatre, Bridge Lane, Bramhall, Stockport, Cheshire SK7 3AB

by Harry Warren and Al Dubin

28th April – 3rd May 2014

Box Office: 0161 439 0505

42nd Street tells the story of a humble, naïve young actress named Peggy Sawyer who has come to audition for a new Broadway musical, Unfortunately, due to her nervousness, Peggy arrives to the audition late and misses her chance to join the chorus. Luckily, Peggy soon catches the eye of the famous director, Julian Marsh, and he gives Peggy her big break. However, the show’s ageing leading lady, Dorothy Brock, quickly grows to dislike Peggy. On opening night, Ms Brock falls and breaks her ankle. Panic spreads through the company, as the show is doomed for closure, until it is suggested that Peggy take the roll. In only thirty-six hours, Peggy learns twenty-five pages, six songs and ten dance numbers and becomes a star.

Posted 20/08/2013
Macclesfield Amateur Dramatic Society (MADS)


MADS Little Theatre, Lord St, Macclesfield SK11 6S

A Touching Comedy by Simon Bent

28th April - 3rd May 2014

Box Office: MADS Box Office on 01625 611974
Monday - All Seats £7.00
Tuesday to Saturday - £8.00
Available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for OAPs and under 16's - £7.00
Group discounts are also available from Tuesday to Saturday. For every 10 tickets booked, get one free!

Mummy’s boy Elling has always found the outside world difficult to deal with. Following his mother’s death and a stint in a mental institution, he find himself having to learn how to live alone for the first time in his life. Elling’s social worker, Frank, pairs him with Kjell Bjarne, an uncouth bear of a man who is obsessed with losing his virginity. Left to their own devices, the unlikely friends must prove that they can look after themselves or run the risk of being returned to the state’s care.
“both touching and funny. This is a contemporary, heart-warming tale of friendship on the borderline of insanity”
Theatre Club booking opens 10th April 2014
General Booking opens 14th April 2014

Posted 13/08/2013


Chorley Little Theatre
The 39 Steps

Monday 28 April 2014 - Saturday 3 May 2014 7:30pm - 10:00pm

Box Office: Malcolm's Musicland 01257 264362
Monday - Wednesday £6
Thursday - Saturday £8
Group Bookings: Buy 10 tickets, get 11th free. 20 or more: £1 off per ticket (Mon-Fri only)
ON SALE NOW FROM MALCOLM'S MUSICLAND. Why not get a Season Ticket? Six productions for £39

Comedy Thriller by Patrick Barlow
Directed by Sean Duxbury
Hold onto your hats and maintain your stiff upper lips - this gloriously exciting thriller is full of danger, hilarity, derring-do, double-crossing, and dastardly murders.
Loosely based on John Buchan’s novel, and inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s film this fast-paced play set in 1930s England puts the cast through it’s paces as handsome hero Richard Hannay is forced on the run from double-crossing double agents after being accused of murder. With our hero being tracked from London to Edinburgh (and back again) nowhere is safe and no-one can be trusted.
This ripping yarn will have you laughing out loud as bungling policemen, underwear salesman, and Scottish hoteliers conspire to stop our hero clearing his name and saving King and country.

Forest Players


Forest Row Village Hall

by Noel Coward

Tuesday 29th April to Saturday 3rd May 7.45pm
(doors and bar open 7.15pm)

Box Office: Tickets £10 (concessions) available from John 01342 323640

Posted 07/04/2014
KAOS Musical Theatre Company (formerly Kippax Amateur Operatic Society)


Castleford Phoenix Theatre, Castleford, Leeds
Fiddler on The Roof

29th April - 3rd May

Box Office: 01132869653
Tickets Online
Adult £12, Conc £10, Family £40

Posted 27/03/2014
Potters Bar Theatre Company


Wyllyotts Theatre, Darkes Lane, Potters Bar, Herts
We'll meet again

29th Apr 2014 - 3rd May 2014

Box Office: 07985 542204

Posted 01/02/2014
The Lace Market Theatre


The Lace Market Theatre
An Evening of Crime Shorts: Edward Albee's The Zoo Story / Little Dolls

by Edward Albee / Nancy Harris

29 April - 3 May 2014

Box Office: 0115 950 7201 OR

Edward Albee's The Zoo Story: A one-act play concerning two characters, Peter and Jerry and the effects of a chance meeting one summer's afternoon in Central Park that unfolds as a result of Jerry being desperate to have a meaningful conversation with another human being. Little Dolls: A young woman who it would appear has been having regular sessions with a psychiatrist begins to describe in a darkened room a traumatic event that made her fear the dark since she was a young girl.

Posted 30/08/20113
Guildburys Theatre Company


The Electric Theatre Guildford
Ten Times Table

by Alan Ayckbourn

April 30 - May 3

Box Office: 01483 444789 or Online
Tickets £12 (concessions £10)

Guildburys Theatre Company will be serving up a treat for your Bank holiday enjoyment at the Electric theatre from April 30 – May 3.
‘Ten Times Table’, by the master of comedy, Alan Ayckbourn, has a delightful array of zany characters – at least one of whom you will have met, and all of whom you will recognise. Ray Dixon is the all round enthusiastic ‘nice chap’ who chairs the committee from hell as they attempt to organise a pageant to celebrate a local historical event; regretfully, push comes to shove as arguments ensure that it turns into a fete worse than death.
Lefty Eric has an axe to grind and he would really love to bury it in opinionated Helen’s head.
Not content with pointing out grammatical errors in the minutes, Donald Evans tries to calm everything down with his ‘exciting’ tales of serving on the leisure and amenities committee.
Audrey, Donald’s aged piano-playing-deaf-but-not-so daft mother, has a solution to it all – boiled sweets!
Sophie has designs on lefty Eric, but Eric’s girlfriend Phillipa isn’t as quiet as she seems.
Sophie’s brother Tim is armed with a gun and determined to win the day; as for poor old Lawrence – he is permanently armed with a very large whisky in which he can drown his sorrows. Mayhem is only a heartbeat away and it can only end in tears – but yours will be of laughter.
A superbly talented cast in a cracking comedy. Don’t miss it.

Posted 04/04/2014
Cygnet Players


St Barnabas Church Hall, Lavenham Road, Southfields, SW18 5EP
Fawlty Towers

30th April - 3rd May 2014 7:45pm Sat Mat. 2:30pm

Box Office: 07941 448 689
Tickets £14 conc £12

Directed by Ian Ward

Posted 01/04/2014
Exit Theatre Company


The Charles Cryer Studio Theatre, Sutton
Cash Cow

Written and directed by David Trotter.

April 30th to May 3rd

Box Office: 0208 770 6990 or Online

Showbiz queen Kay Hunt has just landed herself a new role as a TV chat-show host, and along with her husband Bill, invite close friends over to celebrate. However, on returning home to prepare for the party Kay discovers a mystery corpse laying in their lounge. She alerts her husband to the gruesome discovery but when they return the body has disappeared. Convinced that Kay has had one too many drinks Bill dismisses his wife’s claim and they go ahead with the evening as planned. However, after the guests arrive the mystery behind the missing body begins to unravel and the night’s celebrations quickly turn into chaos and mayhem.

Posted 29/03/2014
Radlett Players


Radlett Centre
Neighbourhood Watch

by Alan Ayckbourn

Wednesday 30th April and Saturday 3rd May 2014

Box Office: Bookings available from Radlett Centre Box Office . Telephone 01923 859291 or 01923 857546

This play is Alan Ayckbourn's latest play to be released to amateurs. This play is a well crafted piece about characters involved in a housing estate that set up a neighbourhood watch that gets out of hand,. and is being directed by Colin Cook. Colin has previously directed 'Round and Round the Garden' and being a very experienced actor, we look forward to his enthusiastic input to this challenging project.

Posted 29/03/2014
Southey Musical Theatre Company


The Montgomery Theatre, Sheffield

30th April - 3rd May 2104

Box Office: 0114 2435587

Tickets are on sale for our April production of Footloose! Book yours now to avoid disappointment

Posted 07/02/2014
Radlett Players


Radlett Centre
Neighbourhood Watch

by Alan Ayckbourn

30 April - 03 May

Box Office: 01923 857546

Posted 31/01/2014
The Marco Players

Carry On Camping


30.04.14 - 03.05.14


The Marco Players, Chorley Old Road Community Hall, Chorley Old Road, BOLTON BL1 6AH
Box Office: 01204 841561 or 451005

Posted 08/04/2013

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