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January 2015

Acorn Theatre Company


Intimate Theatre, Green Lanes, Plamers Green, London N13 4DH

8th - 9th January 2015 7:30pm
10th Jan 11.00am & 4:00pm
11th Jan 3:00pm

Box Office:
020 8807 1810 or Ticketsource
proceeds go to North London Hospice

Alice in Wonderland

Posted 15/12/2014


Theydon Bois Drama Society


Theydon Bois Village Hall, Coppice Row, Theydon Bois, Essex

Thurs 8th - Sat 10th Jan 2015
Performances start at 8.00 pm

Box Office:
01992 812250 Ticket price - £8.00

Author: Comedy by Miles Tredinnick Up Pompeii

Posted 11/12/2014


The Watlington Players


Watlington Village Hall, PE33 0HE King's Lynn, Norfolk

8th - 10th January 2015

Box Office: To book tickets for a show please telephone 0845 052 9645 (calls are charged at local rate)


Author: Damian Trasler, David Lovesy, Steve Clark and John Dowell
Directed by Debbie Hiles

Posted 16/06/2014


Woodhouse Players


Welsh Church Hall, 879 High Road, Leytonstone E11 1HR

9th Jan 8:00
10th Jan 2:30 & 7:30
16th Jan 8:00
17th Jan 2:30 & 7:30
The 7:30 performance on 10th Jan will be BSL signed

Box Office: 020 8504 3872
Book online
Author: Archie Wilson Hansel & Gretel

Posted 08/01/2015


Carlinghow Theatre Company


Batley Town Hall

9th Jan 7:15
10th Jan 2:15 & 7:15
11th Jan 2:15

Box Office: 07774 128533 or


Posted 06/01/2015


West Wickham Pantomime Society


Wickham Hall, Sussex Road, BR4 0JX

Fri 9th 7:45pm
Sat 10th 1:45pm & 4:45pm
Sun 11th 1:45pm & 4:45pm
Wed 14th 7:45pm
Thu 15th 7:45pm
Fri 16th 7:45pm
Sat 17th 1:45pm & 4:45pm & 8:00pm

Box Office:
07796 816806
Tickets £8

Sleeping Beauty

Posted 01/12/2014


Wales Methodist Panto Players


Montgomery Theatre - Sheffield - theatre-1

9 Jan 2015 - 07:15 PM
10 Jan 2015 - 02:00 PM & 6:30pm
16 Jan 2015 - 07:15 PM
17 Jan 2015 - 02:00 PM
17 Jan 2015 - 06:30 PM

Box Office: 0114 3030376

Jack and The Beanstalk

Posted 26/10/2014


Bridgend Castle Players


10th Jan 4:30pm
Coytrahen Community Centre, Coytrahen
11th Jan 4:30pm
Aberkenfig, Welfare Hall

Box Office: 07814 881 445
Adult £5 / Child £3 / Fa,ily £13

Author: George A. Smith Family Pantomime - "Snow White"

This year, we have been fortunate enough to secure the scripts and performance rights to another one of Mr. Smith's fabulous family pantomimes "Snow White". Shows have been well received at all venues and as a result, Coytrahen Community Centre was provisionally sold out! However, we have been able to secure a limited number of tickets for this venue on a first come, first served basis (We've only got 12 left!). There are also limited tickets remaining for our final show in Aberkenfig Welfare Hall.

Posted 02/01/2015


Crigglestone Theatre Company


Ossett Town Hall, Market Place, Ossett WF5 8BE

14th Jan to 16th Jan at 7:15pm

Box Office: 07927 685 010

Musical Years

Song & Dance through the decades

Posted 07/01/2015


The New Garrett Theatre


Formby Hall, Atherton
Camelot the Panto

It's that time of year again .....OH YES IT IS!!
Tickets are now on sale for The New Garrett Theatre's January 2015, Panto

Wed 14th - Sat 17th Jan, at 7.15pm also matinee on Saturday 17th Jan, at 2pm

Box Office: Adults £7 - Concession £6 - Children £5
Family ticket £18 (2 adults 2 children)
Block booking discount is available, please ask for details
ALL tickets include free pasty.
Email or call/text 07927 760072


Posted 27/10/2014




Compass Theatre

Wednesday 14 January, 2015 - Saturday 17 January, 2015

Box Office:
Wednesday 14 January, 2015 at 7.45 PM
All Tickets - £12.00 plus a per-transaction fee of £1.25 when booked online or £1.75 offline
Thursday 15 January, 2015 at 7.45 PM
All Tickets - £12.00 plus a per-transaction fee of £1.25 when booked online or £1.75 offline
Friday 16 January, 2015 at 7.45 PM
All Tickets - £12.00 plus a per-transaction fee of £1.25 when booked online or £1.75 offline
Saturday 17 January, 2015 at 7.45 PM
All Tickets - £12.00 plus a per-transaction fee of £1.25 when booked online or £1.75 offline

Author: April De Angelis Playhouse Creatures

The year is 1669 - a bawdy and troublesome time...
The year is 1669 - a bawdy and troublesome time. Theatres have just reopened after seventeen years of Puritan suppression. There is a surge in dramatic writing and the first English actresses appear on stage.
Playhouse Creatures focuses on five of the most famous (Nell Gwyn, Elizabeth Farley, Rebecca Marshall, Doll Common and Mary Betterton) to provide a moving and often comic account of the precarious lives of Restoration actresses.

Posted 01/11/2014


Spennymoor Stage and Song

Durham, North East

Spennymoor Town Hall

Producer/Director: Karen Butler
Musical Director: Martyn Jones

A put-upon step-daughter has to watch on as her two sisters go to a fancy ball instead of her. As she is wondering whether she will ever go, a Fairy Godmother appears and puts a spell on her, transforming the plainly dressed girl with a glamorous outfit. The catch is that the spell runs out at midnight, so having fallen in love with Prince Charming at the ball Cinderella leaves the ball in a hurry so he doesn’t see her real appearance, leaving her slipper behind. The Prince sets out to find the girl he fell in love with, but he has to overcome the efforts of Cinderella’s evil stepmother to be reacquainted with her.
With an array of laughter and family entertainment, we are sure that you will havea great time with us!

14th to 18th January

Box Office: 01388815666


Posted 26/10/2014


Loughton Amateur Dramatic Society


Lopping Hall, High Road, Loughton IG10 4LF

15th - 17th Jan 8:00pm

Box Office: Tickets £10 - 07552 736110 or

Author: John Patrick The Curious Savage

Banish the January blues and book to see this fantastic and funny play. Tickets on sale now.

Posted 02/01/2015


Quince Players


Cordes Hall, Sunninghill

Thurs 15th - 18th & Weds 21st - 24th January 2015
Show time 7:30pm (Matinees 2:30pm)

Box Office: 01344 874200

Author: Ben Crocker and Directed by Julie Voice Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Posted 23/09/2014


Rainhill Musical Theatre Company


Rainhill Village Hall Weaver Ave Rainhill Mersyeside L35 4LU
The Winner Takes it All

Author: Sam Moores and Brian Dargie-Lynch

A lively evening of song and dance. The story revolves around an evening in a nightclub during the 70s.

16th and 17th January 2015

Box Office: 0151 292 4458


Posted 05/09/2014


Snaith and Cowick Drama Group


The Snaith School, Goole

Sat 17 Jan 2015, 3:00PM
Sat 17 Jan 2015, 7:00PM
Sun 18 Jan 2015, 3:00PM

Box Office: Ticketsource


The popular Panto will be performed by Snaith and Cowick Drama Group on the 17th and 18th of January with a choice of three performances to choose from.
The Evil Abanazer is out to trick Aladdin and get his hands on the magic lamp... Will Aladdin, with a little help from the Genie, be able to save Princess Mandarin?
This production will contain lots of action of the audience to be involved with, so support the goodies, boo the badies and join in!!

Posted 31/12/2014


Yeadon Pantomime


Yeadon Town Hall

Sat 17th Jan 1:00pm & 5:15pm
Sun 18th Jan 1:00pm & 5:15pm
Wed 21st Jan 7:15pm
Thu 22nd Jan 7:15pm
Fri 23rd Jan 7:15pm
Sat 24th Jan 2:00pm & 7:15pm

Box Office:
07785 278 395 Online

Red Riding Hood

Posted 25/11/2014


Whitefield Garrick


Whitefield Garrick, Bank St Whitefield, Bury M45 7JF

Author: Moliere
Director - Garyk Barnett

Wealthy skinflint, Harpagon is so mean he steals oats from his horse and can only bring himself to “lend” rather than “give” you a good day. His children are useful commodities to be used to increase his coffers through advantageous marriages. Whilst he obsessively guards his wealth and plots their nuptials, they connive to part him from his beloved money and take control of their destinies. Wily servants, a true stage villain, and rivalry in love, Moliere’s satirical masterpiece about obsession and status endures.

17 to 24 January 2015

Box Office: 0161 796 6131 or


Posted 08/09/2014


DODS - Dursley Operatic and Dramatic Society


Lister Hall, Dursley

17th - 24th January 2015
Box Office: Group or large bookings, Contact Frankie Telford
Or call our box office: 07890 203 318

A Pantomime

Posted 20/05/2014


Little Waltham Drama Group


Memorial Hall, Brook Hill, Little Waltham CM3 3LN

Tues 20th - Sat 24th Jan 2015 7:45pm
Matinees Sun 18th & Sat 24th Jan 2015 2:30pm

Box Office:
01245 361816
Tickets £9 Conc. £7 (except Fri & Sat eve)
Author: by Lynne Jones & Simon Sladen
Directed by Hannah Walker % Louise Louth
Beauty & The Beast

Posted 20/11/2014


Altrincham Garrick Playhouse


Altrincham Garrick Playhouse

Mon 19th Jan to Sun 1st Feb 7:30pm
Sat Mat 24th & 31st Jan 2:30pm
Sun Mat 1st Feb 2:30pm

Box Office: 0161 928 1677
Tickets £18 Conc. £16 Members £15


Posted 15/01/2015


Southampton University Players


Nuffield Theatre

20 Jan - 24 Jan 2015

Box Office: 023 8067 1771
Online at Nuffield Theatre
Students:2 tickets for £10, Absurd Person Singular, 21st Jan, Present voucher + 2 ID cards to Nuffield box office

Author: Alan Ayckbourn Absurd Person Singular

Acclaimed playwright Sir Alan Ayckbourn gathers three couples, in three kitchens over three successive Christmas Eves in his masterpiece of farce coming to the Nuffield stage in January 2015.
‘Agonisingly funny’ (The Telegraph),
Absurd Person Singular peeps behind the kitchen door at parties to observe the ‘ideal hosts’ as they really are, holding on for dear life, while fortunes change and relationships strain.
Winner of the Evening Standard Award for Best Comedy and famous for some of the most ingenious failed suicide attempts ever devised, Absurd Person Singular presents hysterical happenings and ridiculous situations that are only best achieved in live theatre, leaving you reaching for the tissues as tears of laughter stream down your face!
Audiences who enjoy witty comedy with hilarious chaos – with just an echo of The Good Life - will adore Absurd Person Singular. It has everything, including the kitchen sink!
Early booking recommended!
This is an amateur production by Southampton University Players, who are delighted to be supporting Naomi House Hospice.
Proceeds of programme sales for this production will be donated to Naomi House Hospice

Posted 15/01/2015


Glasgow Music Theatre


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

Tuesday 20 - Saturday 24 January
7.30pm each evening
2.30pm Saturday matinee

Box Office: 0141 577 4956
Book online here
Prices: £10 - £15

Welder by day, exotic dancer by night: Alex Owens is a young woman in a man's world. When her risqué routines win the heart of her employer, her two worlds collide. But will the prestigious Shipley Dance Academy take a chance on a girl more familiar with a blowtorch than a ballet barre...? Based on the iconic film, this unmistakably feel-good musical features smash hits Maniac, Manhunt and What a Feeling.

Posted 14/01/2015


The Lindley Players


Playhouse Theatre, Whitstable, 104 High Street, Whitstable CT5 1AZ

Tuesday 20 - Saturday 24 January - 7.45pm
Tuesday 27 - Saturday 31 January - 7.45pm
Matinees: Sat 24, Sun 25 & Sat 31 January - 2.30pm

Box Office: 01227 272042
Panto Box Office Opens Saturday 6 December, 7am

Author: Ben Crocker Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

When the Evil Queen discovers that she is about to be ousted as the "fairest of them all" what is she to do?
So sparks our funny and sometimes frightening ride through Ben Crocker's take on the timeless tale of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Cheer our heroine as she evades the Evil Queen's sinister plot, and boo the minions sent to do her bidding. Join Snow White as she escapes with the help of her friends, making new ones on her journey to true love. With elements such as a Magic Mirror, a Poisoned Apple and a Teddy Bears' picnic, this year's storybook pantomime has got something for everyone.
Be ready to laugh, boo, cheer and gasp at the story that is Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Posted 08/11/2014


Brookdale Theatre


Brookdale Theatre, Bridge Lane, Bramhall - Stockport

21st – 24th January 2015

Box Office: 0161 439 0505

Author: Noel Coward Present Laughter

Garry Essendine is a famous actor. He finds himself visited by a young female admirer, who spends the night in Gary’s flat. The next day, she meets Gary’s staff, his secretary, valet and housekeeper. Gary in his typical smoothness ushers the young lady from his home. Meanwhile, his ex-wife arrives with some suspicions about Gary’s manager. And then a young playwright appears at the door wanting Gary to critique his work.
Hilarity ensues in this classic Noel Coward farce.

Posted 12/01/2015


Phoenix Theatre Group


Evesham Arts Centre

Wednesday 21st – Sunday 25th January with Matinee performances on Saturday and Sunday!

Box Office:
Get your tickets here! or


Come & celebrate our 25th annual family pantomime - Cinderella. With all the glamour and glitz you'd expect from Evesham's première Pantomime Group, a cast of 50 will bring to life this true classical tale. Will Prince charming find his Princess? What will the Ugly Sisters do to try and stop him on his quest? Only time will tell...
This year's production promises to be the BIGGEST & BEST yet, with a few surprises along the way. A traditional Pantomime with songs and dance, slapstick comedy and romance. What more could you ask for?

Posted 17/12/2014


St Joseph's Players


St Joseph's Hall, Chapel Street, Leigh

21st - 25th Jan 2015 & 28th - 31st jan 2015
Matinees 24th, 25th & 31st Jan

Box Office:
Adult £8.00 evenings, £10 matinees, under 16 £4.00
Conc. 21st & 22nd Jan all tickets £4.00
Ratcliffes, Bradshawgate, Leigh

Author: Written and directed by Doreen Johnson The Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor

Posted 08/12/2014


Brighouse Theatre Productions


Brighouse Civic Hall

22nd - 25th Jan 2015 7:15pm
Sat Mat 2:15pm Sun Mat 1:15pm

Box Office: 01484 714563 or

Author: Alan Frayn Ali Baba and The Forty Thieves

Posted 20/01/2015


Rosegreen Players


Rosegreen Hall

22nd - 25th Jan 8:00pm

Box Office: 087-2204034

It's The Real McCoy

Posted 20/01/2015


Moyne Variety-Group


Moyne Community Centre

Thursday January 22nd and run until Sunday January 25th @ 8.30pm nightly

Box Office: On the door

A Wake in the West

The cast of "A Wake in the West"

Posted 11/01/2015


The Hackney Players


Morland Community Hall, Gayhurst Road, London E8 3EY

Thursday 22nd January 7.30pm
Friday 23rd January 7.30pm
Saturday 24th January 3.00pm
Saturday 24th January 7.30pm

Box Office:Tickets £7.00 Children & concessions £5.00
07806753328 or

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty - A traditional pantomime with all that goes with it namely
1 A lovely princess who's life is in peril
2 A handsome prince to the rescue
3 3 Fairy Godmothers
4 A pantomime Dame
5 A Villain to hiss
6 A couple of Comic characters to make you laugh
Songs, Jokes and the occasional bit of dancing

Posted 07/01/2015


Saint Monica's Players (SMP)


Intimate Theatre, Palmers Green

22nd - 25th January 2015 7:30 Thurs -Sat / 2:30 Sat & Sun
Signed performance Thurs 22nd Jan

Box Office:
To buy tickets, please call 0844 414 2731 or email or click here
£13 / £11

Author: Warren McWilliams Aladdin

There may be special lighting/laser/strobe lighting effects used in this pantomime

Posted 04/01/2015


Leixlip Musical & Variety Group


Green Lane, Leixlip, Kildare

Fri 23rd Jan 8pm
Sat 24th Jan 3pm & 8pm
Fri 30th Jan 8pm
Sat 31st Jan 3pm & 8pm
Sun 1st Feb 3pm

Box Office: 087 163 2268

Beauty and the Beast

Posted 23/01/2015


Dragon Theatre Company


St George’s Hall, Woodford Avenue, Gants Hill, IG2 6XQ

Friday 23, Saturday 24, Friday 30, Saturday 31 January 2015

Box Office:
07960 676180
Curtain up: 2.30pm Saturday matinees. 7.30 evening performances. Doors open at 2pm/7pm. Tickets: £7 & £5
Author: Ron & Jenny Rees Cinderella

The UK's favourite pantomime, delivered in the Dragon Theatre Company's inimitable style. A classic story chock full of wonderful characters, from our downtrodden but plucky heroine to the satisfyingly ghastly ugly sisters, and a twist on Buttons to take you completely by surprise! Come along and cheer the goodies, boo the baddies, and join in with the songs and laughter as we celebrate the wonderful tradition of English pantomime.
Please contact us regarding wheelchair access.

Posted 10/01/2015


Ilkley Upstagers' Theatre Group


Kings Hall, Ilkley

23rd -31st Jan

Box Office: 0333 666 33 66 or
Adults £15 Conc. £12

Dick Whittington

Posted 07/01/2015


St James Players


St Luke's Church Hall Brierfield

22,23 and 24 January 2015

Box Office:
tickets £6.00 available on

Author: Alan Ayckbourn Season's Greetings

The play is a dark comedy about a family Christmas that goes disastrously wrong and is typical Ayckbourne.

Posted 01/12/2014


The Playmakers


The Mytchett Community Centre, Mytchett Road, Camberley GU16 6AA

23rd & 24th January 2015
Friday 7pm, Saturday 2pm & 7pm

Box Office:
Adults £8, Children/Concessions £5 Box office 01252 375030, or
The Three Little Pigs

Do we know the Pigs mother was a nightmare? Yes, the wolf is well known, but what do we know about his motivation and obsession to blow down houses containing pigs? Who really is the baddie and will good triumph over evil?

Posted 31/10/2014


Wilmslow Green Room Society


Wilmslow Green Room, 85 Chapel Lane

24 - 31 Jan 2015 7:45pm

Box Office: 01625 540933

Author: Peter Quilter Duets

Posted 11/01/2015


Keighley Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society


Victoria Hall, Keighley

24th to 31st January 2015

Box Office:
Booking opens for Cinderella 1st Dec but groups (10+), cast and members can book now! Online


Posted 25/11/2014


shine Theatre Group


Bishop of Llandaff High School, Rookwood Close, Llandaff CF5 2NR

Sat 24th Jan 2015 7:00pm
Sun 25th Jan 2015 1:30pm
Sun 25th Jan 6:00pm

Box Office: Tickets £10 & £5 child on sale now by email or classes

Peter Pan

Posted 10/10/2014


Vesey Players

Birmingham, West Midlands

Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School Theatre in Sutton Coldfield

Saturday 24th January 2015 at 1 pm, and there will be mainstream performances on Thursday 22nd, Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th January 2015 at 7.30pm

Box Office: Any further details, or tickets for individuals or block bookings, can be obtained by emailing or phoning the 24 hour ticketline: 07530 583 965. Follow them on Facebook or visit their new website

Treasure Island - Panto Ahoy!

See ticket order form here
A relaxed performance is about welcoming children and adults with special needs such as Autistic Spectrum Conditions and/or learning disabilities, sensory or communication disorders, or physical disabilities, and their families to a performance where those needs are accounted for with a more relaxed attitude to noise and movement. This is something which has been introduced across National Theatres over the past two years, but is not usually available at local small theatre level.
For the Saturday Matinee performance Vesey Players will aim to create a welcoming, less formal, atmosphere to help reduce anxiety levels, and audience members will be able to come and go as they please throughout the show. Tickets will not be numbered so the audience can choose to sit wherever suits them best. Children will not have to leave the auditorium to eat their snacks, and their ‘comforters’, favourite toys and ‘comfortable’ dress code will be welcomed. There will be a ‘chill out’ area where parents may take their children out of the auditorium. The cast will mix with the audience before the show to eliminate some of the anxieties which may be caused by costumes and makeup. Some house lights will be left on and strobe lighting and pyrotechnics will be removed. The Matinee performance will start much earlier to avoid stresses caused by ‘waiting’ and the interval will be shortened.”
We are operating a single ticket price for this matinee performance of £5, as we appreciate that the cost of taking a family to the Theatre can be prohibitive particularly if you are not sure how your children will cope and just want to ‘try it’. As far as we are aware this has not been specifically available in Sutton Coldfield before.”

Posted 06/10/2014


Chads Theatre


Chads Theatre, Mellor Road Mellor Road

January 24 to 31 2015

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: Anthony Marriott and Alistair Foot
Directed by Bob Aldridge
No Sex Please, We’re British

Posted 06/09/2014


Incognito Theatre Group


Incognito Theatre, Holly Park Road, Friern Barnet, London N11 3HB

Author: Simon Paisley Day directed by Spencer Clayton

Briony and Keith are not finding parenthood easy so their friends, the delightful Ross and Rosy, engineer a relaxing weekend away in Wales: intelligent adult company, good food and drink, complete rest – and absolutely no children.
But making up the numbers by inviting the unpredictable Charles and Serena doesn’t make things restful. Add an uninvited anarchic adolescent and a fanatical farmer and Briony and Keith’s idyllic weekend erupts into total chaos.

25th January - 31st January 2015

Box Office: 0791 287 5700


Posted 22/09/2014


BYP Theatre Group


Kenton Theatre Henley-on-Thames

26th until 30th January 2015 7:30pm
Sat 31st Jan 2:15pm & 7:30pm

Box Office:
01491 575698
£15 / £13

Posted 22/10/2014


Christchurch Theatre Club


Loughborough Town Hall

26 - 31 JAN 2015

Box Office: Online
Ticket Prices £13 - £15

Author: Irving Berlin White Christmas

‘White Christmas’ is a beautiful family musical based on the classic film of the same name and also featuring songs from 'Holiday Inn'.
When two talented writers and performers join forces when they meet in the war, they embark on a journey of song and dance, meeting two sisters along the way. Filled with classic songs such as 'Sisters', 'Happy Holiday', 'The Best Things Happen While You're Dancing' and 'White Christmas'.
This is great musical full of wonderful music and stunning dance routines - surely one not to be missed.

Posted 20/08/2014


Heald Green Theatre Company

Cheshire / Manchester

Heald Green Theatre, Cheadle

27th - 31st January, 2015

Box Office: 0161 436 5000

Author: Richard Brinsley Sheridan The Rivals

Lydia Languish yearns for a romantic elopement rather than a more conventional marriage. Thus the wealthy Jack Absolute has wooed her in the guise of impecunious Ensign Beverley. Mrs Malaprop, Lydia's aunt and guardian, disapproves of the attachment, and has forbidden her niece to see this penniless suitor... A Sheridan masterpiece.

Posted 11/01/2015


Handsworth and Hallam Theatre Company


Montgomery Theatre, Surrey Street, Sheffield S1 2LG

28th-31st January 2015

Box Office: 07586 293546

Sleeping Beauty

Fun for all the family! Not to be missed!
Director – Steve Mather
Musical Director – Scott Walker
Choreographer – Hayley Wilbourne

Posted 02/10/2014


Giffnock Players


Eastwood Park Theatre


Box Office: TICKETS 07518 201756

Author: Eric Chappell Haywire

Giffnock Theatre Players proudly present Haywire, a farcical comedy by Eric Chappell, the BAFTA award-winning author of the classic comedy Rising Damp!Set in a living room above a bookshop, Haywire centres around married bookseller Alec Firth who is having an affair with his assistant, Liz.The pair are desperate to get away on a holiday to Spain without arousing the suspicions of Alec's wife Maggie, and careful plans have been put in place. What could possibly go wrong? Plenty! - as their attempts are thwarted by a series of knocks at the door from demanding family members.And before you know it .......... Everything's gone HAYWIRE!

Posted 21/08/2014


Moot House Players


Moot House, Harlow, Essex

29 January to 31 January 8:00pm

Box Office: Tickets are available from our box office on 01279 639170. £8 adult, £6 concession. Don't miss it!
*All three performances are dedicated to the memory of former Moot House Player, Ken Collins*

Full Of Joys

Old Time Music Hall returns to Moot Hall. An evening of song, dance and melodrama, a good old fashioned knees up for everyone to enjoy!
Hosted by Michael Branwell

Posted 28/01/2015


Romiley Little Theatre (RLT)


Hyde Festival Theatre in Hyde, Tameside

Thursday 29th January - Saturday 31st January at 19:30

Box Office: 0844 804 2634

Farndale Macbeth

The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society ladies mount yet another assault on the classics with a startlingly original production of Macbeth staged to get them to the Welwyn Garden City Finals. Under the carefully mascara'd eye of adjudicator George Peach, all events conspire hilariously against them.

Posted 11/01/2015


Open House Players


The White Memorial Theater, Clonmel

29th,30th & 31st of January

Box Office:
Tickets are on sale in PREMIER MUSIC (0526129811) or call our BOX OFFICE (086) 4530077
Tickets €10
Author: Martin McDonagh
Directed by Jacquie Ahern Slater
The Cripple Of Inishmaan

Posted 10/01/2015


Lyndhurst Drama and Musical Society


Vernon Theatre, Sandy Lane, Lyndhurst

29/30/31 January 2015 Curtains up 19:45

Box Office:
Tickets £8 Thursday, £9 Friday and Saturday available from The Gadget Tree, High Street, Lyndhurst from early January or via 02380 282729.
Author: by Tim Firth The Flint Street Nativity

Lyndhurst Drama and Musical Society presents ‘The Flint Street Nativity’ by Tim Firth as their first production of 2015.
Mizzis Horrocks' class of seven year olds is about to perform their nativity at Flint Street Junior School for the proud mums and dads - and the occasional social worker. Squabbles arise when Gabriel wants to play Mary, the Star grumbles he's not a proper star like they have at NASA, Herod won't stop waving to his mum and dad and the subversive Innkeeper is determined to liven up the traditional script. And then the stick insect escapes...
This warm, witty, funny play with very original lyrics set to the tune of Christmas carols promises to be a lot of fun. With a cast of Lyndhurst Drama grown-ups playing the school children, what could go wrong?
Directed by Debbie Murray and Hannah Marks

Posted 09/01/2015


Stagelights Theatre Group


Old Mill Hall in Grove, Oxfordshire

January 29-31 2015 7:30pm

Box Office:
Standard Tickets - £8.00. Concessions £6.00
Tickets are available from Bretts, the chemist, in Grove or the Museum in Wantage. They can also be pre-ordered for collection on the door from 01235 765562 or via the Box Office on the web here.

Author: Peter Gordon Par for The Course

Posted 25/11/2014


Steeple Bumpstead Players


Steeple Bumpstead Village Hall, Finchingfield Road, Steeple Bumpstead, CB9 7EA

30th January 7:30pm
31st of January 2:00pm and 7:30pm

Box Office: For tickets please contact: 07906 085743 Helen Davison

Author: Directed by Ben Jammy Butcher and written by Chris Pollington. Jack & The Beanstalk

Once upon a time there was a boy called Jack who lived with his mother and brother, and their pet cow in a village called Steeple Bumpstead. They were a poor family, and desperately in need of money as the nasty Baron Badperson taxed them for all the money they have. One day Jack was offered amagic bean in exchange for his cow, which lead him on an adventure which takes him beyond his wildest dreams...

Posted 20/01/2015


Sillan Players


St Patricks Hall, Shercock

Friday 30th & Sat 31st of Jan @ 8.30pm

Box Office: Adm…€12 student & OAP €7…. A great nights entertainment to blow away the January Blues ...

Author: Padraic McIntyre THE LOST WEEKEND

Posted 14/01/2015


Rathcabbin Players


Rathcabbin Hall
Wild Goose Chase

Author: Derek Benfield

January 30th, 31st & 1st February and 5th, 6th, 7th, & 8th February 8:30pm

Box Office: Booking essential. Booking on 0872360096 be open from Friday 23rd January 6 - 8pm daily.


Posted 09/01/2015


The South Devon Players


The Palace Theatre, Paignton, Devon TQ3 3HF

30 January 2015 to 31 January 2015 19:00

Box Office:
01803 665800 or Palace TheatreTickets Adults £6, Children £5, Family (2 adults & 2 children) £18

Zorro The Panto

Always looking to create new dynamic theatre inspired by period drama, classical stories and legends, the Players now bring the tale of the dashing Zorro to the stage, in an all-new, family production, appearing at the Palace Theatre January 30th and 31st 2015.
And what a way to start off the New Year! Combining elements of traditional pantomime with the glamour of a Vegas-style show, and a 19th century legend of California’s very own answer to Robin Hood, Zorro! Is a high-tech, family friendly, action packed and energetic production which will delight young and old alike.
Featuring an all-local cast with an age range of over 60 years between the youngest cast member and the oldest, all of whom have worked together to create an amazing new show, filled with laughter, glamour, high-tech effects, swordplay, music, and dance, the South Devon Players, a theatre company from Brixham, once again, return to the Palace Theatre to brighten your winter!
This show may not be suitable for people with medical issues affected by bright or flashing lights.

Posted 02/12/2014


Ballycumber Drama Group


Ballycumber Community Centre, Offaly (Sat 31st Jan and Sun 1st Feb) and Tuar Árd Arts Centre Moate (Weds 4th Feb until Sat 7th Feb)
Curtains 8:00pm

Box Office: 09064 82042
Admission €10
Author: John McDwyer
Directed by Anne Clarke
Callaghan's Place

Posted 23/01/2015


DAODS - Dartford Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society


Heathfields Hall, Heath Lane (Lower), Dartford, DA1 2QH

31st January 2015 – 7th February 2015
Weekday Evenings 7:15pm
Saturdays: 2pm & 7pm
Sunday: 1:30pm & 5pm
No performance on 2nd February

Box Office: 07476694535
Tickets are £10, Children & Concessions are £5.

Sleeping Beauty – A Family Pantomime

Posted 24/12/2014


Iver Heath Drama Club


Iver Heath New Village Hall, New Village Hall, St. Margarets Close, Iver Heath SL0 0DA

Sat 31st Jan 2:29pm & &:00pm
Sun 1st Feb 3:00pm
Fri 6th Feb 7:00pm
Sat 7th Feb 1:25pm & 6:00pm

Box Office: 01753 652 616 or Ticketsource
Individual Ticket Price: £5.00 - £9.00*
Group Ticket Price: £25.00*
*booking fee applies

Author: Directed by Claire Freeman & Written by Alan Frayn Robin Hood & the Babes in the Wood

"Legend tells the story of courage and friendship as Robin and his trusted band of Merry Men try to outfox the greedy Sheriff of Nottingham. Meanwhile, Nurse Nellie Nickerlastic is desperately trying to protect the Babes from the clutches of the Sheriff’s bungling henchmen, Snivel and Grovel."

Posted 18/01/2015


Killeshandra Drama


Community Resource Centre, Miltown

Sat 31st Jan 8:00pm

Box Office: Adm. €10

Concert for Cancer

In aid of Friends of Oncology Cavan
Featuring: Get Rhythm, Ian Corrigan, Hand Me Down The Tackle, Eiru & Guests

Posted 20/01/2015


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