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May 2018

St Albans Musical Theatre Company

St Albans Musical Theatre Company
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UK
Herts


Venue: The Alban Arena, Civic Centre, AL1 3LD Saint Albans

Box Office: www.alban-arena.co.uk 01727844488

1 May–5 May 2018
Evenings at 7.45pm & Saturday matinee at 2.30pm

Priscilla Queen of the Desert

Priscilla Queen of the Desert

St Albans Musical Theatre Company presents Priscilla Queen of the Desert! Featuring outrageous drag queen and disco dance floor fillers such as I Will Survive, It’s Raining Men, Go West and Boogie Wonderland, this heart-warming show promises to have audiences crying with their laughter and dancing in the aisles!
Hop aboard the bus for a fabulous journey!




Posted 21/03/2018

 

Altrincham Garrick Playhouse

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Stags and Hens (the remix)

Author: by Willy Russell

Stags and Hens (the remix)

UK
Manchester


Venue: Altrincham Garrick Playhouse

Box Office: 0161 928 1677 OR BOOK ONLINE AT ALTRINCHAM GARRICK WEBSITE
Special offer: Monday any seat £7.50


30 Apr to 05 May 2018 7:30pm


Makes Saturday night in Blackpool look tame!
The play is set in a trashy 70’s disco in Liverpool, England. The action is mainly in the gents and women’s toilets of the disco where both Linda (The Bride) and Dave (The Groom) have decided to hold their stags and hens nights, not knowing that their other half is at the same place. When Linda’s ex-boyfriend, Peter, arrives this causes an uproar between Linda and Dave’s friends and when Linda’s hen party get a say in all that’s happening the two groups gang together to stop Linda taking up the offer of an escape with her ex Peter she is then forced with a difficult decision – to stay or to go.




Posted 23/04/2018

 

CTC

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THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS

Author: Book by LARRY L KING and PETER MASTERTON Music & Lyrics by CAROL HALL.
Based on a story by LARRY L KING this is an amateur production by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LTD

THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS

UK
Leicestershire


Venue: Loughborough Town Hall

Box Office: www.loughboroughtownhall.co.uk or 01509 231914

1 – 5 MAY 2018


The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas is a rollicking, hootenanny of a musical, based on the true story of a legendary Texas bordello, which operated from the 1840s to 1973. Under the proprietorship of Miss Mona, and protected by a friendly sheriff, The Chicken Ranch is frequented by politicians, football teams, and others, and thrives in the small town of Gilbert, Texas. That is until Miss Mona and her girls come under fire from the religious televangelist, Melvin P. Thorpe, and all hell breaks loose on The Chicken Ranch! This hilarious, sexy, high energy song and dance comedy about the oldest profession will laugh you right out of your seat!



Posted 27/04/2018

 

Geoids Musical Theatre

Geoids Musical Theatre
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UK
London


Venue: Stockwell Playhouse, 208 Wandsworth Road, London, SW8 2JU

Box Office: www.stockwellph.com or 020 7622 9208

2–6 May 2018

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Author: Music and lyrics by STEPHEN SONDHEIM. Book by HUGH WHEELER
From an adaptation by CHRISTOPHER BOND, Originally directed by HAROLD PRINCE
Orchestrations by JONATHAN TUNICK. Originally produced on Broadway by Richard Barr, Charles Woodward, Robert Fryer, Mary Lea Johnson, Martin Richards in association with Dean and Judy Manos
An amateur production presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe)
All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

An infamous tale, Sweeney Todd, an unjustly exiled barber, returns to nineteenth century London, seeking vengeance against the lecherous judge who framed him and ravaged his young wife. The road to revenge leads Todd to Mrs. Lovett, a resourceful proprietress of a failing pie shop, above which, he opens a new barber practice. Mrs. Lovett’s luck sharply shifts when Todd’s thirst for blood inspires the integration of an ingredient into her meat pies that has the people of London lining up… and the carnage has only just begun.
Sweeney Todd opened on Broadway in 1979 and in the West End in 1980. It won the Tony Award for Best Musical and Olivier Award for Best New Musical. It has since had numerous revivals as well as a film adaptation.
This new production of Sweeney Todd will evoke the spirit and feel of the original play on which it is based and the source material which inspired it. Written in the 1840s, the characters of Sweeney Todd and Mrs Lovett first appeared in the Penny Dreadful ‘The String of Pearls’. Written at the height of Fleet Street’s influence on the print industry the paper was produced cheaply for the working classes as ‘sensationalist media’ that would often inspire acts of crime and violence. Christopher Bond’s play and Sondheim’s musical capture the melodrama of the original source and in its original production, evoked the wider ‘Beehive’ structure of Victorian society. In a contemporary world once again ruled by sensationalist media, the idea of ‘Fleet Street’ as a political influencer and oppressor is all the more relevant. The mechanics of the print industry in the 1860s and Sweeney Todd’s legacy as a creation of terror moulded by the social structure will be explored in a physical and relevant manner.




Posted 08/01/2017

 

Thomson-Leng Musical Society


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UK
Scotland


Venue: The Whitehall Theatre, Dundee

Box Office: www.dundeebox.co.uk or 01382 434940
TICKETS £11 each (or) 2 for £20 until FEB 28th.
TEXT TLMS DIRECT on 07419 138705


2nd - 5th May 2018

All Shook Up

All Shook Up

All Shook Up is a new musical comedy built around a number of songs made famous by Elvis Presley. It's NOT a biographical revue. It takes place in 1955, somewhere in middle America, where one girl's dream and a surprise visit from a mysterious leather-jacketed, guitar-playing stranger help a small town to discover the magic of romance and the power of rock & roll. Among the 24 songs featured in the score are classics like "Heartbreak Hotel," "Love Me Tender," "Don't Be Cruel," "Can't Help Falling in Love," and of course the title tune.



Posted 14/02/2018

 

Chelmsford Theatre Workshop

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UK
Essex


Venue: The Old Court Theatre,
233 Springfield Road, Chelmsford CM26JT


Box Office: Tickets £10/£9 cons
Box Office is 01245 606505 or www.ctw.org.uk


25th – 28th April and 2nd – 5th May 2018 7.45pm

The Fifth Elephant

Author: Terry Pratchett
Stephen Briggs

The Fifth Elephant

Sam Vimes, the no-nonsense Commander of the Ankh-Morpork City Watch, is sent on a diplomatic mission to the Discworld equivalent of Transylvania, to negotiate with werewolves, dwarves and vampires and prevent an inter-species war. Accompanied by his wife, a troll and a dwarf from the Watch, a mysterious diplomat, and an undead servant, Vimes faces a battle for his life in the snowy mountain forests of Überwald …

April 2018 will see groups from all over the UK perform plays to mark Terry Pratchett’s 70th birthday, and Chelmsford Theatre Workshop will be proud to contribute to this anniversary event.




Posted 27/03/2018

 

CADS - Charlemont Dramatic Society

CADS - Charlemont Dramatic Society
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UK
West Midlands


Venue: Gayton Road Community Center,
Gayton Road, West Bromwich, B71 1QS


Box Office: 0121 3574169 or email hilld28@sky.com
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Wednesday 2nd - Saturday 5th May 2018 7.30pm

Salt of the Earth

Author: By John Godber

Salt of the Earth

Spanning three generations from 1947 to 1988, this compelling saga set in Yorkshire mining community tells the story of sisters, Annie and May Parker whose hopes and dreams centre around the future of may's son, Paul.



Posted 28/03/2018

 

Whetstone Drama Group


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UK
Leicestershire


Venue: United Reformed Church, Whetstone

Box Office: www.whetstonedrama.co.uk
or 0116 277 8342 / 07853 058787
£8 per ticket


2 - 5 May 2018 7:30pm

Who Goes Bare?

Who Goes Bare?




Posted 04/04/2018

 

Theatre 48

Theatre 48
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UK
Sussex


Venue: The Capitol, Horsham

Box Office: 01403 750220

3rd - 5th May 2018 8pm

Night Must Fall

Author: by Emlyn Williams

Night Must Fall

An atmospheric and psychological thriller



Posted 18/03/2018

 

The Glen Theatre Drama Group

The Glen Theatre Drama Group
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Ireland

Venue: The Olympia Theatre, Dublin Thursday 3rd May 2018 8.00pm
The Market Place Theatre, Armagh City Saturday 5th May 2018
The Everyman Theatre, Cork Saturday 2nd June 2018

Box Office: Ticketmaster
Tickets only €20.00

It Runs In The Family

Author: by Ray Cooney
Directed by Tadhg O Keeffe

It Runs In The Family




Posted 20/04/2018

 

Cumbernauld MTS

Cumbernauld MTS
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LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

UK
Scotland


Venue: Cumbernauld Theatre, Kildrum, Cumbernauld, Scotland G67 2BN

Box Office: 01236 732 887 or uk.patronbase.com/_Cumbernauld/Productions
Full: £13 Concs 1: £11 Concs 2 £11


Thur 3 - Sat 5 May 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm


A deviously delicious Broadway and Hollywood smash hit musical, Little Shop Of Horrors has devoured the hearts of theatre goers for over 30 years.
This charmingly tongue in cheek comedy tells the story of the meek floral assistant Seymour Krelborn as he stumbles across a new breed of plant he names “Audrey II” – after his coworker crush. This foul-mouthed, R&B-singing carnivore promises unending fame and fortune to the down and out Krelborn as long as he keeps feeding it, BLOOD. Over time, though, Seymour discovers Audrey II’s out of this world origins and intent towards global domination!




Posted 28/04/2018

 

Wilmslow Green Room Society

Wilmslow Green Room Society

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UK
Cheshire


Venue: Wilmslow Green Room Theatre, Wilmslow

Box Office: TicketSource or 01625 540933

5 to 12 May 2018

Mrs Warren's Profession

Author: by George Bernard Shaw

Mrs Warren's Profession

George Bernard Shaw’s scathing comedy about social hypocrisy and the excesses of capitalism.
Mrs. Kitty Warren worked her way out of the London slums and now lives abroad, having provided her daughter Vivie with the education and means to grow into a smart, independent young woman of strong convictions. When Mrs. Warren returns, mother and daughter discover that neither is the woman they thought they knew.
This provocative comedy was written in 1893. It was originally banned by the Lord Chamberlain and eventually performed in 1902.




Posted 06/01/2018

 

The Barony Players

The Barony Players
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The Ladykillers

The Ladykillers

UK
Scotland


Venue: Performance art theatre, Borrowstoun Road, EH51 9RS Bo'ness

Box Office: 07541 346639

Mon 7th - Sat 12th May 2018 7:30pm
The Barony Players are delighted to announce our Spring 2018 production as Graham Linehan’s stage adaption of the Ealing comedy classic, The Ladykillers. Rehearsals are well underway as is a traditional “Barony set build”. Tickets are now on sale via our online Box Office or by calling 07541 346639 and are already selling fast.
The Ladykillers is a classic black comedy; a sweet little old lady, alone in her house, is pitted against a gang of criminal misfits who will stop at nothing. Posing as amateur musicians, Professor Marcus and his gang rent rooms in the lopsided house of sweet but strict Mrs Wilberforce. The villains plot to involve her, unwittingly, in Marcus’ brilliantly conceived heist job. The police are left stumped but Mrs Wilberforce becomes wise to their ruse and Marcus concludes that there is only one way to keep the old lady quiet. With only her parrot, General Gordon, to help her, Mrs Wilberforce is alone with five desperate men. But who will be forced to face the music?

“This is no pale stage rip-off but a new-written piece of perfection.” – The Times
“A joy from start to finish.” – Daily Express
“The show works and, at its considerable best, works triumphantly.” – The Daily Telegraph
“An exuberantly inventive evening.” – The Guardian




Posted 16/04/2018

 

Partington Players



The Edge Of Darkness

Author: A mystery by Brian Clemens, directed by Ken Redfern

The Edge Of Darkness

UK
Derbyshire


Venue: Partington Players, Glossop

Box Office: TicketSource or 01457 899140

07 May to 12 May 2018 7:30pm


Emma vanished many years ago. Suddenly, she re-appears. Where has she been? What has happened to her memory? Why does she have strange phobias? Is she really Emma Cranwell? A gripping tale of mystery set in 1900.



Posted 23/04/2018

 

LADOS - Lancaster Amateur Dramatic & Operatic Society
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UK
Lancashire


Venue: Grand Theatre, St Leonardgate, Lancaster, LA1 1NL

Box Office: 01524 64695 or www.lancastergrand.co.uk

Kiss Me, Kate

Author: Music and Lyrics by Cole Porter
Book by Sam and Bella Spewack
Presented by arrangement with MusicScope & Stage Musicals Ltd. of New York
Producer: Suzanne Ward
Musical Director: Angela Potter

Kiss Me, Kate



Tuesday 8th May to Saturday 12th May 2018 at 7.15pm RSaturday Matinee at 2.00pm


Posted 09/10/2017

 

Whitby Area Musical Theatre Company

Whitby Area Musical Theatre Company

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UK
Yorkshire


Venue: Whitby Pavilion

Box Office: Tickets available now via www.whitbypavilion.co.uk
Tues 8th: OPENING NIGHT SPECIAL: All Tickets £9
Wed 9th-Sat 12th: £12, under 14's £10


Tuesday 8th to Saturday 12th May 2018 at 7:30pm

Spamalot

Author: Monty Python

Spamalot

Funnier than the black death!
Lovingly ripped off from the hugely successful 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Spamalot is a riotous comedy full of misfit knights, killer rabbits, dancing nuns and ferocious Frenchmen. Join King Arthur as he travels with his hapless Knights of the Round Table on a divine mission to locate the illusive Holy Grail – with uproarious consequences.
Winner of the 2005 Tony Award for Best New Musical the hilarious Spamalot was written by Python legend Eric Idle, with a fantastic score co-written by John DuPrez including Always Look On The Bright Side of Life.
Contains some adult language




Posted 08/03/2018

 

BRISTOL MUSICAL COMEDY CLUB (BMCC)

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UK
Bristol


Venue: The Redgrave Theatre, 2 Percival Road, BS8 3LE

Box Office: redgravetheatre.com/

8 May to 12 May 7:30pm

Priscilla Queen of the Desert

Priscilla Queen of the Desert

Bristol Musical Comedy Club get the show on the road with an adventure that will take you to the heart of fabulous!
Priscilla Queen Of The Desert, The Musical is a road trip like no other, a voyage of love, acceptance and self discovery, that will have you laughing and dancing in the aisles.
Join Mitzi, Felicia and Bernadette as they travel across Australia in their legendary bus Priscilla! As they head west, this trio of drag queens learn to accept and support each other, whilst encountering a number of strange and colourful characters. As the three companions head towards their most important performance to date, they soon realise they have forged a bond that will last forever.
Full of pop classics, Priscilla Queen of the Desert is a flamboyant, funny, disco-fuelled musical that will drive you up the wall with excitement! The show features a witty, laugh out loud script and a hit parade of dance-floor favourites including I Will Survive, Hot Stuff, It’s Raining Men and Go West.
BMCC is back to dazzle audiences with show stopping routines, uplifting music and outrageous costumes. Don’t miss the hottest ticket in town, jump aboard and enjoy a journey full of glitz, glamour and glitter!
This show contains some strong language and is suitable for 14+ years.




Posted 20/03/2018

 

LARBERT AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY - LAOS

LARBERT AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY - LAOS

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UK
Scotland


Venue: Dobbie Hall, Larbert

Box Office: TicketSource

8th - 12th May 2018 7:30pm

Sweet Charity

Sweet Charity




Posted 09/04/2018

 

Sudbury Dramatic Society

Sudbury Dramatic Society
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Ladies DOWN UNDER

Author: by Amanda Whittington
Director Mark Scanlon

Ladies DOWN UNDER

UK
Suffolk


Venue: The Quay Theatre, Sudbury

Box Office: Tickets on sale now from the Quay's website quaysudbury.com
or contact the Box Office on 01787 374745


Tuesday 8th - Saturday 12th May 2018


After the fun and frolic of their adventures in Ladies’ Day as seen at the Quay back in March 2017, Pearl, Jan, Linda and Shelley return in the sequel ‘Ladies Down Under’ which, as its name suggests, follows the ladies on an Australian sojourn.
If you saw Ladies’ Day you’ll know the quartet ended up winning a ‘lorra lolly’ on a six horse accumulator bet during Ladies’ Day at Royal Ascot and, some eighteen months later, are about to depart for a four week mega holiday to Australia when Ladies Down Under kicks off.
As with Ladies’ Day the foursome get up to plenty of high jinks and encounter a variety of men they have fun with, laugh with and (maybe) love with.
All the women used to work together in a Hull fish packing factory, but since Ladies’ Day Pearl has taken early retirement and Shelley left soon after the women won their six figure sum.




Posted 09/04/2018

 

Frome Musical Theatre Company

Frome Musical Theatre Company
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TITANIC!

TITANIC!

UK
Somerset


Venue: Frome Memorial Theatre

Box Office: For tickets please call the Frome Memorial Theatre Box Office on 01373 462795 or you can book online - www.fromememorialtheatre.org.uk

Tues 8th-Sat 12th May
Join us as we journey across the Atlantic Ocean, sharing in the hopes and dreams of real passengers aboard the most legendary ship in the world.



Posted 25/04/2018

 

The Manifest Theatre Group

The Manifest Theatre Group
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40th Anniversary Variety Show

40th Anniversary Variety Show

UK
Essex


Venue: Manifest Theatre, Manningtree

Box Office: TicketSource or 07444 724271
Tickets: £7 members £9 non-members


Tuesday 8th to Saturday 12th May 7:30pm


A celebration of 40 years of entertainment from the Manifest Theatre Group featuring many of your favourite performances.



Posted 30/04/2018

 

East Norfolk Operatic Society



UK
Norfolk


Venue: Maddermarket Theatre

Box Office: 01603 620917
All £14 with Friday night only student rate for age 18 and under £10

Patience

Author: W.S.Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan

Patience



9th May 2018 to 12th May 2018
Patience, by Gilbert and Sullivan, is the duo’s comic opera lampooning the Aesthetic Movement of the 1880s, with fleshly poets, lovesick maidens, an earthy milkmaid and burly dragoons galore. With some of Sullivan’s finest music and Gilbert at his most satirical, this is a rare treat to enjoy at the Maddermarket.



Posted 14/10/2017

 

SEDOS

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PIPPIN

Author: Book by ROGER O. HIRSON

PIPPIN

UK
London


Venue: BRIDEWELL THEATRE, St Bride Foundation, 14 Bride Lane, London, EC4Y 8EQ

Box Office: sedos.co.uk/secure/boxoffice/production.php
Ticket price: £17 (concessions £14.50)


9-19 May 2018
Evenings at 7.30pm, Saturday matinees at 2.30pm
No performance on Sunday 13 or Monday 14 May


Think about your life, Pippin.
Days are tame and nights the same.
Now think about the beauty
In one perfect flame…
Meet Pippin. Young, ambitious, full of potential and ready to change the world. But things are never that simple.With its infectious and unforgettable score from four-time Grammy and three-time Oscar winner Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Godspell, Children of Eden), Pippin has delighted audiences across the world. The most recent Broadway revival swept the New York awards circuit, including winning the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical.
Join us. Perhaps you’ll find your very own corner of the sky.




Posted 09/04/2018

 

Preston Musical Comedy Society

Preston Musical Comedy Society
www.prestonmusicalcomedy.co.uk

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Spamalot

Author: Monty Python
Book and lyrics by Eric Idle, Music by John Du Prez & Eric Idle

Spamalot

UK
Lancashire


Venue: Preston Guild Hall & Charter Theatre, Lancaster Road, Preston, PR1 1HT

Box Office: 01772 404444 to book or online prestonguildhall.co.uk/shows/spamalot/
PRICES FROM: £17.50


9th-12th May


Lovingly ripped off from the motion picture, “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”, Spamalot is the fresh Broadway hit and irreverent parody of the Arthurian legend. Rude flatulent Frenchmen, cancan dancers, the Lady of the Lake and her Laker Girls, killer rabbits, catapulting cows, and the somewhat odd Knights who say “Ni” are just part of the adventures and dangers awaiting King Arthur and his knights of the very, very, very round table in their quest for the Holy Grail.
Songs from the show include “I Am Not Dead Yet”, “The Song That Goes Like This”, “Run Away!” and the classic hit “Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life”. On Broadway the show was the recipient of three Tony Awards, including Best Musical and fourteen Tony Award nominations.”




Posted 17/04/2018

 

Leigh Operatic & Dramatic Society (LODS)

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Copacabana

Author: Barry Manilow

Copacabana

UK
Essex


Venue: Palace Theatre, Southend-on-Sea

Box Office: southendtheatres.org.uk
Wed - Sat Evening Performance £19.00
Concessions £1.00 off
Thu & Sat Mats £17.00
Concessions £1.00 off


WED 9 - SAT 12 MAY


Barry Manilow's unforgettable hit songs are brought to life onstage in this entertaining nightclub spectacle.
"Her name was Lola. She was a showgirl…" So begins this tale of romance and stardom that has captivated audiences across the globe. With sensational originality, Copacabana is a show that will leave you breathless.
Stephen, a present day aspiring songwriter, is in the midst of writing a tune telling the story of Lola: fresh off the plane from Tulsa, she arrives in New York with show-biz aspirations. Tony is a bartender/composer who falls in love with her and helps her become a Copa girl. Lola, of course, attracts the amorous attentions of Rico. When Rico goes a bit too far by abducting Lola and taking her to his rival nightclub in Havana, Tony and the whole Copacabana crew set off to rescue Lola!
An amateur production presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe)




Posted 07/05/2018

 

MHP Theatre

MHP Theatre
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UK
Essex


Venue: MHP Theatre (formerly Moot House Players), Harlow, Essex

Box Office: TicketSource

Thu 10th - Sat 12th May 2018 7:30pm

Happy Endings – The Family Fairy-tale Musical

Author: Written & directed by Jack Downey

Happy Endings – The Family Fairy-tale Musical




Posted 05/03/2018

 

Saxon Amateur Theatre Group

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UK
Essex


Venue: McGrigor Hall, Fourth Avenue, Frinton-on-Sea

Box Office: Tickets £8.50 on the door or Caxton Books and Galaery, Connaught Avenue

Thu 10th - Sat 12th May 2018 7:30pm

Breath of Spring

Author: A comedy by Peter Coke
Directed by Jane Baynes

Breath of Spring




Posted 30/04/2018

 

Lion and Unicorn Players

Lion and Unicorn Players
www.lionandunicornplayers.co.uk

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UK
Hampshire


Venue: Petersfield Festival Hall, Petersfield

Box Office: TicketSource or 01730 261199

May 10, 11, 12th 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm

One Man, Two Guvnors

One Man, Two Guvnors




Posted 05/05/2018

 

The Centralian Players


www.thecentralians.co.uk

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Backstage Farce

Author: by Steve Barker

Backstage Farce

UK
Herts


Venue: Henderson Hub, High Street, Abbots Landley, WD5 0AR

Box Office: (01923) 227392
All Tickets £8


10,11,12 May 2018 7:45pm


Steve Barker's play, Backstage Farce, is a play about an amateur dramatic society putting on a farce where things go from bad to worse as nerves kick in, tempers fray and cast members are late or absent all together.

All funds raised will go to Linda Jackson Macmillan Centre at Mount Vernon Hospital.




Posted 09/05/2018

 

Script to Performance

Script to Performance
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UK
London


Venue: Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Pub,
53 Hoe Street Walthamstow London E17 4SA


Box Office: Ticket price: £10 at the door, £8 online.

11th, 12th, 18th & 19th May 2018
Times: Friday at 19:30 and Sat at 13:30 & 19:30

In a Land of Oz

Author: Jessica Irwin

In a Land of Oz

Beneath the sun in San Diego, a girl buries a part of her personality to blend in with her society and peers…
Dorothy receives a bag of old belongings which reinforces issues from her youth that she’s suppressed over her adult years. She spends time in her room focussing on them and to her surprise, her Oz-like fantasy World re-emerges before her eyes.
With this childlike experience, comes the long-repressed truth about her state of mind.
Will this fantasy world lead her to the answers she was looking for, or push her back into a darkness she can’t handle?
The age requirement is age 16+.




Posted 23/03/2018

 

Quince Players


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UK
Berkshire


Venue: The Cordes Hall, High Street,
Sunninghill, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 9NE

Box Office: TicketSource

Fri 11 to Sat 19 May 2018 7:45pm

The 39 Steps

Author: Adapted by Patrick Barlow
Directed by Sarah Matthews

The 39 Steps




Posted 03/04/2018

 

Nantwich Players


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The Thrill Of Love

Author: by Amanda Whittington

The Thrill Of Love

UK
Cheshire


Venue: The Players Theatre, Nantwich

Box Office: Tickets £9
www.nantwichtowncouncil.gov.uk or 01270 600727


11 - 19 May 7:45pm


England. Easter 1955. Ruth Ellis - the last woman to be hanged in Great Britain - for the murder of her racing driver lover, David Blakely.
Public protests, petitions and newspaper articles at the time all appealed for clemency. Why did the Home Secretary not issue a last minute stay of execution, as had so often happened before, despite a plea from the Judge in the case himeself!
The Thrill of Love is a sensative examination of the real Ruth Ellis and her situation. It is an emotional script and, perhaps surprisingly, MArie Straker's production contains laughter as well as almost every other emotion - and all in one evening. Do not miss!




Posted 24/04/2018

 

Carver Theatre (The)

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The Vicar of Dibley

Author: A stage play by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter
adapted from the original TV series by Richard Curtis
and Paul Mayhew-Archer
With kind permission of Tiger Aspect Productions

The Vicar of Dibley

UK
Cheshire


Venue: The Carver Theatre, Stockport

Box Office: TicketSource

11 to 19 May 2018 7:45pm
Matinee 12th 2:30pm


Geraldine brings a refreshing breeze to the parish council!
The arrival of a new vicar in Dibley shakes up the parish council of a sleepy English village. Is Dibley and its inhabitants ready for the wind of change that is Geraldine? Join all the familiar characters from this well-loved TV Series and remind yourself just how much you laughed.
Each show generates a donation to Comic Relief.




Posted 28/04/2018

 

Quaintwood Players

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Bedroom Farce

Author: Alan Ayckbourn

Bedroom Farce

UK
Bucks


Venue: 11th - 12th May Grendon Hall
18th - 19th May Quainton Hall


Box Office: Tickets for the Quainton performance will be available from Quainton Shop or Jackie Giblin on 01296 651835.
Tickets for the Grendon performance will be available from Grendon Shop or Angela Hawes on 01296 770723.
Tickets are £8 per person


Trevor and Susannah, whose marriage is on the rocks, inflict their miseries on their nearest and dearest; three couples whose own relationships are tenuous at best. Taking place in the three beleaguered couples' bedrooms during one Saturday night, we witness beds, tempers and domestic order being ruffled, leading everyone to a hilariously touching epiphany.



Posted 08/05/2018

 

Players Theatre

Players Theatre
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UK
Cheshire


Venue: Players Theatre, Anfield Road, Cheadle Hulme SK8 5EX

Box Office:
Please book via the website: playersdramatic.co.uk or call 0161 485 7704
Tickets £9

The Hound of the Baskervilles

Author: A comedy adapted by Steven Canny and John Nicholson for Peepolykus. From the tale by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

The Hound of the Baskervilles



12 to 19 May 2018 7:45pm
Sherlock and Watson in a fabulously funny adaptation of this classic.

This is an amateur production by arrangement with Nick Hern Books.




Posted 09/08/2017

 

Birmingham Savoyards

Birmingham Savoyards
www.birminghamsavoyards.org.uk

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UK
Birmingham


Venue: Holy Trinity Church Sutton Coldfield, B72 1TF

The Gilbert and Sullivan Story

Author: G&S

We are thrilled to be performing this wonderful story again, a must see for G and S fans.
Our own Gilbert and Sullivan will narrate the story of their highly successful, if often stormy, partnership, using songs from all 14 of their operas to illustrate it. The selection offers something for everyone, including old familiar favourites and seldom-heard surprises.

Saturday 12th May 7.30pm



Box Office: Tickets cost £12 ( £6 for under 18 ‘s) and are available online from www.htsc.org.uk/friends-of-holy-trinity or by ringing 0121 321 1144.

 

Posted 03/01/2018

 

Southampton University Players

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TAKE TWO: one night, two great plays

TAKE TWO: one night, two great plays

UK
Hampshire


Venue: Rose Theatre, Barton Peveril College, Eastleigh

Box Office: TicketSource
Tickets only £10.50 standard - £9.00 concessions - no booking fee


Saturday 12th May 2018 – 7.30
Suitable for ages 10+

WINNER: TOTTON FESTIVAL OF DRAMA 2018 - BEST PLAY, BEST ACTOR, BEST TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT, BEST ORIGINAL SCRIPT
Bully Beef and Whizzbangs written and directed by Chris Hawley
This darkly comic World War I tale is set in the battlefields of France. Smudger, a new arrival, is keen to shoot his first German, while Harry is more interested in keeping his head down, thinking of home and enjoying his mug of tea. Full of trench humour, WHIZZBANGS is a wry look at two reluctant heroes. How will our boys cope with the ever-present danger of being shot or blown to smithereens? Features authentic WWI costumes, props and a 12-foot section of trench.

Darlings, You Were Wonderful! by Derek Lomas, directed by Paul Cresser
A comedy... the action takes place in the dressing room of a Little Theatre, where the all-women Amazon Theatre Group is performing a little-known 17th century Spanish play for a drama festival. With multiple tensions and increasing chaos backstage, missing cast member Lesley finally staggers in, very drunk, dressed in full motorcycle gear... Will the festival judge be impressed by the seething passion of the cast - and with Lesley’s motorcycle regalia? *Cast member nominated for BEST ACTRESS at Totton Drama Festival 2018




Posted 08/04/2018

 

The Christopher Singers

The Christopher Singers
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The Magical, Mysterious Tale of Tumbledown

The Magical, Mysterious Tale of Tumbledown

UK
Surrey


Venue: Elmcroft Community Centre, London Road, Cheam SM3 9AB

Box Office: Tickets £12 - £10 conc.
020 8357 2053 / 020 8647 7592


12th May 2018 2:30pm & 7:30pm


The Hamlet of Tumbledown has lost its musical heart.
Once the hub of an International Music Festival, it is under threat of industrial development.
A tale of mystery, musical secrets and how the wonders of Tumbledown are unlocked and Harmony, Rhythm and Melody brought back to the village.
In aid of The Oak Centre for Children and Young People, The Royal Marsden, Sutton.




Posted 05/05/2018

 

Whitefield Garrick

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Daisy Pulls It Off

Author: By Denise Deegan
Directed by John Flay

Daisy Pulls It Off

UK
Manchester


Venue: The Whitefield Garrick Theatre, Bury, Greater Manchester

Box Office: www.whitefieldgarrick.org/book-tickets.html

12th to 19th May 2018 7:30pm
Matinee: Sunday 13th May 2:30pm


Gloriously witty parody about life in a 'gels' boarding school



Posted 07/05/2018

 

Saddleworth Musical Society

Saddleworth Musical Society

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Diamond Jubilee Concert

Diamond Jubilee Concert

UK
Lancashire


Venue: Uppermill Civic Hall, Uppermill, Oldham

Box Office: Tickets are available from our online box office at TicektSource

13 to 18 May 2018 7:30pm


Join Saddleworth Musical Society as they celebrate their Diamond Jubilee with their celebratory spring concert.
Featuring songs from the shows, some favourite classics, a little bit of G & S and perhaps something a little different.




Posted 07/05/2018

 

Droylsden Little Theatre

Droylsden Little Theatre

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Spring & Port Wine

Author: A comedy by Bill Naughton
Directed by Dorothy Wilkinson

Spring & Port Wine

UK
Manchester


Venue: Droylsden Little Theatre, Droylsden

Box Office: 0161 370 7713 or TicketSource

14 to 19 May 2018 7:45pm


Rafe Crompton is not a stern man but has such unswerving integrity that his family is forced to hide slight peccadilloes from him. His daughter Hilda particularly resents this and her refusal to eat a herring which is placed before her at dinner makes the situation explosive.



Posted 07/05/2018

 

Dawlish Musical Theatre Company

Dawlish Musical Theatre Company
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UK
Devon


Venue: Shaftesbury Theatre, 2 Brunswick Pl, Dawlish EX7 9PB

Box Office: 01626 863061

15th – 19th May 2018

Half a Sixpence

Half a Sixpence




Posted 27/12/2017

 

Pantheon Theatre Company

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UK
Scotland


Venue: Webster's Theatre Glasgow, 416 Great Western Road, Glasgow G4 9HZ

Box Office: 0141 3574000

15th - 19th May 2018

Into the Woods

Author: Stephen Sondheim

Into the Woods



Posted 14/01/2018

 

Bentley Operatic Society

Bentley Operatic Society
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UK
Merseyside


Venue: Stanley Theatre, 60 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 5TR

Box Office: Tickets £14
info@bentleyoperatic.co.uk or 07818 094669


15th - 19th May 2018
Tues - Fri 7:30pm
Sat 6:00pm

The Gondoliers

Author: G&S

The Gondoliers




Posted 21/01/2018

 

Centenary Theatre Company

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UK
Cheshire


Venue: The Brindley, High Street, Runcorn, Cheshire WA7 1BG

Box Office: TICKETS
£17 (£16 concessions)
Friends of the Company £15
1 free ticket for every 15 tickets purchased - any night.
Available from the Brindley box office - 0151 907 8360 or online at www.thebrindley.org.uk


15th - 19th May 2018

Oklahoma!

Author: Rodgers & Hammerstein

Oklahoma!

With toe-tapping songs such as 'Surrey With a Fringe on Top', 'Oh, What a Beautiful Morning' and 'I Cain't Say No', Oklahoma! has been a favourite with audiences for many years and Centenary are proud to bring this traditional tale to the stage in it's 75th year! Following the twin romances of Laurey and Curley and Ado Annie and Will, the show will have you rooting for the old-fashioned happy ending it truly deserves.



Posted 24/02/2018

 

B.O.D.S. Barrow Operatic and Dramatic Society

B.O.D.S. Barrow Operatic and Dramatic Society
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UK
Cumbria


Venue: The Forum, Barrow in Furness

Box Office: www.theforumbarrow.co.uk 01229 820000
Tickets: £12 / £10 conc. £8 under 16


15th - 19th May 2018 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

Author: Andrew Lloyd Weber & Time Rice

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat




Posted 29/03/2018

 

Mellow Dramatics

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Dirty Rotten Scoundrels – The Musical

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels – The Musical

UK
Staffordshire


Venue: The Brewhouse Arts Centre, Burton on Trent

Box Office: 01283 508100
Tickets from £10


May 15th - 19th 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm
The Mellow Dramatics are pleased to announce their next production: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels which is coming to Burton on Trent in May 2018.
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, based on the popular 1988 MGM film, takes us to the French Riviera for high jinks and hilarity. Sophisticated, suave with a good dash of mischief, this hysterical comedy features a delightfully jazzy musical score.




Posted 31/03/2018

 

Trinity Methodist Music and Drama

Trinity Methodist Music and Drama
www.trinitymethodistchelmsford.org/activities-and-groups/music-and-drama



Oklahoma

Author: Rodgers & Hammerstein

Oklahoma

UK
Essex


Venue: Civic Theatre, Chelmsford

Box Office: 01234 606505 www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres
Tickets: £17.00 Concession: £15.00 (Tues eve & Sat mat only)


Tues 15th to Sat 19th May 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm


The first collaboration of famed partners Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein , Oklahoma set the American musical standard. Set in Western Indian Territory just after the turn of the 20th Century, the spirited rivalry between the local farmers and cowboys provides the backdrop for the love story between Curley, a handsome cowboy and Laurey a beautiful farm girl.
Featuring songs such as “ Oh What A beautiful Morning “ “The Surrey With The Fringe On Top”
“ People Will Say We’re In Love “ “ Out Of My Dreams “ and of course “ Oklahoma “




Posted 07/04/2018

 

Walton & Weybridge Amateur Operatic Society - WWAOS

Walton & Weybridge Amateur Operatic Society - WWAOS
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Spamalot

Author: Monty Python
Director: James Palmer;? Musical Director: Mark Turvill

Spamalot

UK
Surrey


Venue: Cecil Hepworth Playhouse, Walton-on-Thames

Box Office: wwaos.org.uk/spamalot

Tues 15th - Sat 19th May 7:45pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm


Inspired by the classic comedy film, Monty Python and the Holy Grail and winner of the 2005 Tony Award for Best New Musical, Spamalot tells the legendary tale of King Arthur as he travels with his hapless Knights of the Round Table on a divine mission to locate the illusive Holy Grail – with uproarious consequences. Featuring beautiful dancing girls, flatulent Frenchmen, misfit knights and killer rabbits, Spamalot is a hilarious, irreverent and wholly inaccurate take on Arthurian legend.



Posted 29/04/2018

 

Uppermill Stage Society

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Witness for the Prosecution

Author: Agatha Christie

Witness for the Prosecution

UK
Manchester


Venue: Ebenezer Congregational Church Uppermill, 2 School Street, Uppermill, OL3 6HB Oldham

Box Office: Tickets are £6-£8 and available online at TicketSource or by phoning 01457873448

15 to 18 May 2018 7:30pm


Set in a 1950s courtroom, 'Witness for the Prosecution' is a compelling tale of the trial of Leonard Vole, a young man accused of the murder of elderly spinster Emily Jane French.
Twists and turns throughout the play will have you on the edge of your seat as the barristers, for and against, question the various characters who appear before the judge as 'Witnesses for the Prosecution'.
Uppermill Stage Society are delighted to welcome young directors, Abey Bradbury and Mary Platts, as part of our new and exciting production team and invite you, the audience, to participate by dressing for the period, should you wish to do so.




Posted 07/05/2018

 

Tyldesley Little Theatre

Tyldesley Little Theatre
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AND A NIGHTINGALE SANG

Author: by C.P. Taylor
Directed by Margaret Speakes

AND A NIGHTINGALE SANG

UK
Manchester


Venue: Tyldesley Little Theatre, Lemon Street, Tyldesley, Manchester M29 8HT

Box Office: 07845 105195 or TicketSource

15th - 19th May 2018 at 7:30pm


Originally performed at TLT in 1994, this play follows the life of a working class family during World War II. Personal relationships, troubles and joys suggest some reasons why the human race will continue to survive the perils of life.
Another TLT stalwart takes her seat in the director’s chair. Margaret Speakes puts her mark on this classic play in a way that only she can.




Posted 07/05/2018

 

TWODS - Tunbridge Wells Operatic and Dramatic Society

TWODS - Tunbridge Wells Operatic and Dramatic Society
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Grease

Grease

UK
Kent


Venue: Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells

Box Office: 01892 530613 or www.assemblyhalltheatre.co.uk

15th - 19th May 2018


Dust off your leather jackets, pull on your bobby socks and take a trip to a simpler time as Danny and Sandy fall in love all over again!
It’s the original high-school musical featuring all the unforgettable songs from the hit movie including You’re The One That I Want, Grease Is The Word, Summer Nights and many more!
So throw your mittens around your kittens and hand jive the night away with the show that will make you want to sing, ‘A-wop-bop-a-loo-bop, a-wop-bam-boom!’




Posted 09/05/2018

 

Romiley Little Theatre (RLT)

Romiley Little Theatre
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UK
Cheshire


Venue: Romiley Little Theatre, The Wharf, 4 Green Lane, Romiley, Stockport SK6 3JG

Box Office: 0161 646 0047 or romileylittletheatre.webflow.io/shows/nell-gwynn

Wednesday 16th - 19th May 7:30 pm

Nell Gwynn

Author: Jessica Swale

Nell Gwynn

London, 1660. King Charles II has exploded onto the scene with a love of all things loud, extravagant and sexy. And at Drury Lane, a young Nell Gwynn is causing stirrings amongst the theatregoers.
Nell Gwynn charts the rise of an unlikely heroine, from her roots in Coal Yard Alley to her success as Britain's most celebrated actress, and her hard-won place in the heart of the King. But at a time when women are second-class citizens, can her charm and spirit protect her from the dangers of the Court?
Jessica Swale's exhilarating take on the heady world of Restoration theatre premiered at Shakespeare's Globe, London, in September 2015, before transferring to the West End in February 2016, starring Gemma Arterton. It won the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy in 2016 and completed a UK Tour in Spring 2017.




Posted 01/02/2018

 

Manor Operatic Society

Manor Operatic Society
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UK
Yorkshire


Venue: Sheffield City Hall, Barkers Pool, S1 2JA Sheffield

Box Office: Online: www.sheffieldcityhall.co.uk
Call On: 0114 2789789


Wednesday, 16 - 19 May 7:15pm
Sat Mat 2:00pm

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Posted 10/02/2018

 

Endon Dramatic Society

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Staffordshire


Venue: Endon Village Hall, Station Road, Endon, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, ST9 9DR

Ghost Writer

Author: by David Tristram

Edward is a promising young playwright and husband of the talented but tempestuous actress Ruby. Tragically, Ruby is found dead in bed: an overdose of naughty pills and booze. A year later, Edward remains deeply affected and has moved into the attic room of one of his oldest actor friends, Alex, who is gay. We join the story on the first anniversary of the death of Ruby Pinfold. May she rest in peace.

Wed 16th May – Sat 19th May 7.30pm



Box Office: Tickets £8.00 or £7.00 concessions includes programme and refreshmentsRAdvance ticket enquiries 01782 503592 / 07870 750857

 

Posted 12/03/2018

 

Ratae Co-operative Players

Ratae Co-operative Players
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Venue: International Arts Centre,
Garden Street, Leicester LE1 3UA


Box Office: 0777 567 9435
Tickets: £8 Conc. £7


Wed 16th - Sat 19th May 2018 7:30pm

The 39 Steps

Author: by John Buchan & Alfred Hitchcock
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
Directed by Tony Faithfull-Wright

The 39 Steps

Hitchock meets Hilarious!



Posted 20/03/2018

 

Duston Players

Duston Players
www.dustonplayers.org.uk

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UK
Northamptonshire


Venue: Duston Community Centre, Northampton

Box Office: TicketSource

Wed 16th - Sat 18th May 2018, 7:45PM

Inspector Drake and the Perfekt Crime

Author: David Tristram

Inspector Drake and the Perfekt Crime

When a genius commits a murder, the plan is perfect. But is it foolproof?
The legendary Inspector Drake is back to face his greatest ever challenge, as he attempts to unravel a plot with more twists in it than, well, a really twisty thing. Who is the mysterious Doctor Short, and why did he marry a warthog? Has he murdered his fourth wife - or did she murder him first? Has he really got two daughters called Sabrina, or is one of them telling porkies? Where is Frank the taxi driver? What was the Pope doing in the woods? And, perhaps most importantly of all, why is there a lamppost in the living room?
These are just some of the questions facing the world's most famous dick, as he gropes for the answer to the perfect crime, groping some of the suspects along the way.
Directed by the team behind 2017's hugely successful "Blackadder's Christmas Carol"




Posted 27/03/2018

 

Kingsley Players

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A Bunch of Amateurs

Author: by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman

A Bunch of Amateurs

UK
Cheshire


Venue: Kingsley Community Centre, Smithy Lane, Kingsley, Cheshire, WA6 8ED

Box Office: kingsleyplayers.co.uk/boxoffice
Ticket Prices
Wednesday & Thursday £7 Adult £5 Concession
Friday & Saturday £8 No Concession


16th - 19th May 2018


Keen to boost his flagging career, fading Hollywood action hero Jefferson Steele arrives in England to play King Lear in Stratford – only to find that this is not the birthplace of the Bard, but a sleepy Suffolk village. And instead of Kenneth Branagh and Dame Judi Dench, the cast are a bunch of amateurs trying to save their theatre from developers. Jefferson’s monstrous ego, vanity and insecurity are tested to the limit by the enthusiastic am-dram thespians. As acting worlds collide and Jefferson’s career implodes, he discovers some truths about himself – along with his inner Lear.
Warning: Please note there is some earthy language used in this performance




Posted 09/04/2018

 

Thorpe Players

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A Fight for the Death

Author: by Olivia Brierley

A Fight for the Death

UK
Surrey


Venue: Thorpe Village Hall

Box Office: Tickets are £10.00 (or just £9 if you book before 22nd April) and are available from Sue Hurst on 07923 583295.
Alternatively, you can book by e-mailing boxoffice@thorpeplayers.co.uk or online (credit cards only, no booking fee) via our website www.thorpeplayers.co.uk


Wednesday 16th to Saturday 19th May at 8pm


Welcome to the sleepy market town of Mendisham, with its two churches, two pubs, two schools and now – two funeral directors. Positioned directly opposite one another across the High Street, the long established firm of Frobisher’s does not take kindly to the brash newcomers. When an important member of the community dies, both establishments are determined to handle the funeral. As neither trusts the other to play fair, their rivalry leads to attempted spying which descends into total confusion and great hilarity.

With more widows than you can shake an Arum Lily at, both establishments set out to fight for the death (but watch out for Rambo - he can get over-excited!).




Posted 10/04/2018

 

Clacton Amateur Dramatic Society (CADS)

Clacton Amateur Dramatic Society (CADS)
www.c-a-d-s.co.uk

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Caught in the Net

Author: Ray Cooney

Caught in the Net

UK
Essex


Venue: West Cliff Theatre, Clacton-on-Sea, Tower Road, Clacton CO15 1LE

Box Office: 01255 43 33 44 or www.westcliffclacton.co.uk
Tickets: £9 (weds eve & Sat Mat) £10 (Thurs, Fri & Sat eve)


Wednesday 16th to Saturday 19th May 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm


CADS’ May production of Ray Cooney’s hilarious follow-up to ‘Run For Your Wife’, which was last June’s successful production, is now in rehearsal under the direction of Alex Bass.
We find John Smith eighteen years later, still happily married to his two unsuspecting wives. He now has a sixteen-year old son, Gavin, by Barbara in Streatham, and a fifteen-year old daughter, Vicki, by Mary in Wimbledon.ROne day Gavin and Vicki happen to meet surfing the internet and are amazed at the coincidences concerning their respective (!) fathers: both are called ‘John Smith’; both are aged 43; and, surprise, surprise, both are taxi drivers.
Vicki can’t understand her Dad’s vehement reaction when she tells him, firstly, of the amazing coincidence and, secondly, that she’s invited Gavin round to meet him and Mum, John spends the next two hours attempting to stop the inevitable.




Posted 20/04/2018

 

DRONFIELD MUSICAL THEATRE GROUP
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UK
Derbyshire


Venue: DRONFIELD

Merchants of Fortune

Author: By Alan Powell
Musical accompaniment by 'Scuppered'

A musical history of the Lead Trade in Dronfield and Derbyshire
Produced by Alan Powell
Choreography by Andrea Powell
Musical Director: Anne Singleton (with Judith Pendlebury)
Wednesday May 16th at 7.30
Thursday May 17 at 7.30
Friday May 18 at 7.30
Sunday May 20 at 2.30



Box Office: Tickets: £ 10.00 and £ 9.50 (concessions)
For Tickets and Enquiries: Telephone 01246 416364 (with recorded messages, please include a contact landline telephone number)


 

Posted 01/05/2018

 

Nunthorpe Players


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Plaza Suite

Author: by Neil Simon

Plaza Suite

UK
North East


Venue: St. Mary’s Church Hall, Nunthorpe

Box Office: 01287 639435 or nunthorpeplayerstickets@gmail.com
Tickets: £9 Adults £7 conc.


Wed 16th - Sat 19th May 2018 7:30pm


Three nights. Three relationships. One hotel room.



Posted 01/05/2018

 

Stockport Garrick



Rabbit Hole

Author: by David Lindsay-Abaire

Rabbit Hole

UK
Cheshire


Venue: Stockport Garrick Theatre, Exchange Street, Stockport SK3 0EJ

Box Office: Tickets are £8.00 each, £7.00 concession (Wed-Thur).
FREE car parking available next to the Garrick at Applicon House on Exchange Street from 6.30pm.
To book online click here (booking fees apply) or purchase in person at the Stockport Plaza Box Office in town (no booking fees levied). Garrick Box Office open from 6.45pm on show nights.


16-19 May 2018, 7.30pm


Life for a happy couple is turned upside down when their young son dies in an accident. Becca tries to redefine her existence in a surreal landscape and begins a mysterious relationship with the teenage driver of the car that killed her son.



Posted 07/05/2018

 

Aldridge Musical Comedy Society

Aldridge Musical Comedy Society
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West Side Story

West Side Story

UK
West Midlands


Venue: Prince of Wales Theatre, Cannock

Box Office: Tickets are available from AMCS Ticket Secretary Stuart Brooke (07984 465400) or the Prince of Wales Box Office (01543 578762)
(adults £15, concession £12 and under 16s £10.)


16th to 19th of May 2018 (7:30pm start)


For the first time in its 51 year history, Aldridge Musical Comedy Society (AMCS) is proud to present West Side Story at the Prince of Wales theatre in Cannock. A hallmark show for any society, the stunning contemporary adaptation of Romeo and Juliet is a rollercoaster event that will surely have you on the edge of your seats.
In one of the largest casts ever to grace an AMCS production, over 30 Jets, Sharks and Adults take to the stage for a show filled with jovial musical comradery to contrast with the heartbreaking underlying story and it's tragic conclusion.
In an almost impossibly challenging double header, Sarah Beckett takes on both Director and Choreographer roles in West Side Story along with a few cameos on the stage itself; “West Side Story has been my favourite show since I was young and I am so proud of everyone in the production who has bought my ideas to life.” Sarah says about her undertaking. “It has been one of the most challenging shows I have done, but also one of the most enjoyable.”
Musical Direction is taken on by AMCS staple Mark Bayliss in his first undertaking of the Leonard Bernstein score; “West Side Story is one of the most challenging musicals in the history of musical theatre, and certainly my biggest yet” Mark admits. “The show is musically genius from the get go with little hidden melodies within the score from start to finish to symbolise the two main types of music featured in the show.”
AMCS currently has a core of over thirty members and is always on the lookout for new recruits of all ages. The society rehearses in Aldridge every Wednesday, and in addition to two shows a year, also stages concerts for charities and other good causes.
Not to be put off by performing a show on the scale of West Side Story, AMCS is already planning its next 2 productions with Sleeping Beauty the Pantomime planned for November 2018. The following May AMCS will grace the stage with Me and My Girl (2019) for the third time in their history.




Posted 08/05/2018

 

Waterbeach Theatre Company

Waterbeach Theatre Company
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Hello, Is There Any Body There?

Author: by Ian Hornby
directed by Julie Petrucci

Hello, Is There Any Body There?

UK
Cambridgeshire


Venue: Waterbeach Community Primary School

Box Office: TicketSource
Adult: £10.00 per adult
Concession: £9.00 per person


Wed 16 - Sat 19 May 2018, 7:30PM


A murder mystery farce set in Squire Grange where all is dull and peaceful ...
Lady Amelia (Wendy Croft) searches for new ideas for her latest mystery novel as Sir Malcolm (Paul Lockwood) sleeps off the excesses of another idle day. Family friend Freddy (Gareth Atkinson) is persuaded to try and think of new ideas.
Meanwhile the hapless Vic Tim (Sam Smethurst) arrives and is promptly dispatched by an unknown assailant. Everyone tries hard to discover the murderer before he or she can strike again. The first problem, however, is how to get rid of Vic's body, not just because he is making an untidy mess on the stage, but also because he has to come back in ACT II as a policeman!
Smalls (Nick Gulvin), the butler, and Mabel (Caroline Blair), the maid, try to assist the inept police led by DI Sides (Rosie Wilson), and Sir Malcolm attempts to give the delicious WPC Eve Nunnall (Maeve Adair) a hand, but it's not in time to prevent the Producer being murdered. There is even a suspicion that someone may have poisoned the audience. Eventually Miss Marbles (Tina Seeley) arrives to reveal, Agatha Christie-style, the culprit.
This is a murder mystery - but not as we know it - which steadfastly refuses to take itself (or anything else) seriously.




Posted 09/05/2018

 

Loughborough University Choir

UK
Leicestershire


Venue: Loughborough University, Cope Auditorium

The Loughborough University Choir Spring Concert

Loughborough University Choir Makes Comeback for Spring Performance
Loughborough University Choir will return to the stage for a concert that celebrates English music.
This will be the group’s first performance at the University's Cope Auditorium since the Christmas concert that saw the Choir sing music from around the world.
The programme for the spring show includes Gilbert and Sullivan’s one act comic opera Trial by Jury and compositions from British favourites such as Ethel Smyth, Benjamin Britten and Henry Purcell.
Eleanor Graff-Baker, conductor of the Choir, said:
“Following the 'musical world tour' at Christmas, the Loughborough University Choir is staying firmly rooted in England for this concert.
“The performance of Gilbert & Sullivan's 'Trial by Jury' will see the Choir in court, as they sit on the jury or speculate from the press gallery.
“Will dastardly Edwin be fairly tried or will slighted Angelina see justice? Will the bewigged, if not bothered or bewildered, Judge bring all his experience to bear on this "nice dilemma"?
“Or will you, the audience, get to decide in this unique version of a very English favourite?”
For those who want to do more than listen, Loughborough University Choir is open to all University staff and students plus members of the public aged 16 and over.
New members are welcome to join for free at any time – no auditions or previous experience is required. The Choir meets every Monday during term time to rehearse.
You can email luarts@lboro.ac.uk for more information on joining.

Wednesday 16th May at 7.30pm



Box Office: Tickets are £7.00 or £5.00 for students and can be bought online (arts.lboro.ac.uk) or from the LU Arts Box Office at Loughborough Town Hall on 01509-231914.

 

Posted 10/05/2018

 

Little Theatre Company

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The Full Monty - The Musical

The Full Monty - The Musical

UK
Essex


Venue: Palace Theatre, Southend-on-Sea

Box Office: southendtheatres.org.uk
Tickets: £21, £20, £19 / Matinee £3 off.


16th – 19th May 2018 7:30pm
Thurs & Sat Mat 2:30pm
Based on the hit cult film of the same name, The Full Monty is a show that's full of genuine emotion, engaging melodies, and one of the most highly-anticipated closing numbers of any show!

Six unemployed steelworkers are low on both cash and prospects. While spying on their wives at a ‘girls' night out', the guys realise just how lucrative the life of a stripper can be. Jealous and out-of-work, the group of lovable misfits devise a daring and titillating way to make some quick cash and get back on their feet.

Whilst preparing for this performance of a lifetime, the men find themselves exposed physically and emotionally so must learn to conquer their fears and self-consciousness, overcome prejudices and find strength in each other.
Featuring a raucous mix of razor-sharp humour and toe-tapping music, this heart-warming, upbeat comedy is a must for anyone!

Supporting PROSTATE CANCER UK and EQUAL PEOPLE PERFORMING ARTS.
Age 14+ contains strong language and potential nudity.




Posted 13/05/2018

 

Kings Langley Players

Kings Langley Players
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UK
Herts


Venue: Kings Langley Community Centre, Kings Langley

Box Office: 07906 695959 or TicketSource
Ticket Price: £11.00 - £13.00


17th – 19th May 2018 @ 7:45pm

Hi-De-Hi

Author: by Paul Carpenter, Ian Gower, David Croft, Jimmy Perry

Quartet

We don’t need to tell you what this is all about! A stage adaptation of the hugely popular British TV series, which revisits the 1950’s Maplins Holiday Camp, with its host of colourful characters that you will all remember. With songs, laughs and Yellowcoats keeping the action going this will end our season with a bang!



Posted 31/01/2018

 

Old Buckenham Players

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UK
Norfolk


Venue: Old Buckenham Village Hall, Abbey Road, Old Buckenham, Attleborough, Norfolk NR17 1RH

Box Office: 01953 451267

17th - 19th May 2018 7:30pm

The Tempest

Author: by William Shakespeare

The Tempest




Posted 18/02/2018

 

Fourways Theatre Company


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UK
Bucks


Venue: Pipers Corner School, Great Kingshill, High Wycombe

Box Office: TicketSource

17th - 19th and 23rd - 26th May 2018 at 7:30pm

As You Like It

Author: By William Shakespeare

As You Like It

Comic twists and turns abound in the fertile Forest of Arden. Rosalind and Celia, best friends and cousins, escape from the violent and repressive kingdom of Duke Frederick in search of a better life in the Forest of Arden. There they find love and freedom to be who they want to be. But Arden cannot solve all their problems. Love is never simple, idealism is sometimes naive, and the border of the forest cannot keep the world out forever.
A firm favourite among Shakespeare’s comedies, it runs the glorious gamut of pastoral romance: cross-dressing and love-notes; poetry and brilliant conversation; gentle satire, slapstick and passion.




Posted 19/02/2018

 

St Neots Players

St Neots Players
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UK
Cambridgeshire


Venue: Priory Centre, Saint Neots

Box Office: TicketSource

Thu 17 - Sat 19 May 2018, 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm

Blackadder

Blackadder

Three episodes from series two of the famous BBC comedy. Bells, Beer and Chains



Posted 21/02/2018

 

Orpen Players

Orpen Players

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UK
Essex


Venue: The Orpen Hall, West Bergholt

Box Office: 01206 241048
Tickets: Thursday £6 Friday & Saturday £7


17th - 19th May 2018 8pm

Prescription for Murder

Author: by Norman Robbins

Prescription for Murder




Posted 13/03/2018

 

Woodfield Entertainers

Woodfield Entertainers
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UK
Surrey


Venue: Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall, Woodfield Lane, Ashtead KT21 2BE

Box Office: 07941 105612 or woodfieldentertainers@yahoo.co.uk
Tickets: £12


17th May – 7.30pm
18th May – 7.30pm
19th May – 7.30pm

A Director’s Cut

A Director’s Cut

Would you like an evening out for only £12?

Through songs, sketches and dancing, The Woodfield Entertainers’ May Revue takes a humorous and sometimes poignant look back at the career of our fictional Director, Max.
Staged at the fantastic Peace Memorial Hall in Ashtead you, too, can re-visit favourites from stage shows, films and television, brought to life by our very own Director, Simon Gadd. Seated at themed tables, you can enjoy the evening with a light supper served during the interval, and you will receive a complementary glass of wine or juice. All for £12.

So, why not book for a Director’s Cut now? A fun-filled evening is a promise.




Posted 20/03/2018

 

Monday Players


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HOW THE VOTE WAS WON

HOW THE VOTE WAS WON

UK
Yorkshire


Venue: The Village Hall, Escrick

Box Office: Tickets £8 - including 'nibbles and treats'
There will be a CASH BAR available during the eveningMonday Players MembersR01904 728303 or tickets@mondayplayers.com/b>


17th, 18th and 19th May 2018 at 7.30pm


A cabaret evening of original plays, verses and songs to celebrate the centenary of women getting the vote (some of them, anyway!).
Many plays were written by suffrage campaigners and their supporters to highlight the arguments for and against giving women the vote. They were performed at rallies and other public meetings, primarily to entertain and encourage those who already supported the cause. Most were not written by professional playwrights and they are not necessarily literary masterpieces. Their power lies in their subject matter, not in the quality of the writing.
The Monday Players decided that the centenary of (some) women getting the vote in February 1918 was a historic moment well worth commemorating and celebrating in its own right. But women’s suffrage campaigners wanted the vote, not just as a matter of principle, but because of the ability it would give women to put pressure on politicians to address other issues where women were badly treated. These included double standards in sexual matters and unequal pay. Recent stories of the abuse of women by men in positions of power over them, and of the persistence of unequal pay, demonstrate the continuing relevance of the battle that reached a milestone, but not a conclusion, one hundred years ago...




Posted 11/04/2018

 

Wimborne Drama

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SINGLE SPIES

Author: A Comedy Double-Bill by Alan Bennett

SINGLE SPIES

UK
Dorset


Venue: Tivoli Theatre, Wimborne

Box Office: Tel: 01202 885566
Tickets £12.50 evenings, £10.50 Saturday matinee


17th - 19th May 2018


Alan Bennett’s award-winning comedy double-bill, An Englishman Abroad and A Question of Attribution, explores our fascination with Russian spies and the Royal Family, depicting the lives of two members of the notorious ‘Cambridge Five’ spy ring – Guy Burgess and Anthony Blunt – who operated at the heart of the British Establishment in the 1940s and 1950s.
Spanning the globe from Moscow to London, Single Spies gives a glimpse into lives lived under cover of forgery and fraud, exile and espionage, and paints a portrait of what it might be like to be interrogated by Her Majesty The Queen.
An Englishman Abroad is the true story of actress Coral Browne’s chance encounter with Guy Burgess, exiled in Moscow and missing England. Invited to dine at his flat, she receives just one simple instruction – “bring a tape measure”.
A Question of Attribution follows Anthony Blunt, esteemed art historian and Surveyor of The Queen’s Pictures, as he tries to solve the riddle of an enigmatic painting, while himself being the subject of investigation by MI5. An accidental audience with The Queen induces a sharp and dangerous exchange of wits.
Alan Bennett’s classic comedy masterpieces are being staged by Wimborne Drama Productions by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD., and are directed by Sam Moulton.




Posted 19/04/2018

 

Kegworth Players



UK
Derbyshire


Venue: Kegworth Village Hall, Kegworth

Box Office: Tickets £9
available from i) Homelet, 4 Derby Road, Kegworth,
ii) Sally on 01509 673308
or on the door (subject to availability)


May 17th - 19th doors open 7pm

It Runs in the Family

Author: by Ray Cooney

It Runs in the Family




Posted 22/04/2018

 

Backwell Playhouse Theatre Company

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UK
Bristol


Venue: Backwell Playhouse

Brief Lives

Brief Lives

Author: A One-Man Show, by Patrick Garland, from the writings of John Aubrey

John Aubrey [1626-97] has come to be recognised as England’s first biographer.
Patrick Garland’s adaptation of Aubrey’s writings represent a day in the latter part of Aubrey’s life. “It is as if one is paying a visit to the house of an old man, who makes up for the absence of friends by bringing to life reminiscences of people, remembering them and telling stories about them.”

Thursday 17th—Saturday 19th May 2018 at 8.00pm



Box Office: John 0117 963 3586
Jon 0797 422 3081
Online Tickets: www.BackwellPlayhouse.co.uk
Tickets: £12 (£10 Members)
Includes a finger buffet, with live music by "Streetfeeder"...Jazz, Funk and Swing


 

Posted 26/04/2018

 

Thurrock Courts Players

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Out of Focus

Author: by Peter Gordon

Out of Focus

UK
Essex


Venue: Thameside Theatre, Orsett Road

Box Office: Tickets Adults £15 Concessions £13
Box Office 07475 634 474 / 0345 300 5264 or TicketSolve


17-19 May 2018


An unfortunate over-booking of the Church Hall results in a gathering of a wonderful mix of local characters, ranging from Evonne (the nervous Vicar's wife), to Leonard (a man intent on delivering a talk on steam locomotives to anyone wanting to listen!!). Eventually they all unite to produce a pantomime but, as rehearsals proceed, alliances are forged and switched as the opening night looms. Events culminate backstage after the final performance.



Posted 26/04/2018

 

HHTheatreCo

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Spamalot

Author: Monty Python

Spamalot

UK
Herts


Venue: The Boxmoor Playhouse, 72 St Johns Road, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire HP1 1NP

Box Office: TicketSource
Prices
Tiers: £16.50 - Adults
Stalls: £15 - Adults
£13 - Concession*
£13 - Groups of ten people or more
PLEASE NOTE - THIS SHOW CONTAINS SOME SEXUAL REFERENCES AND ADULT LANGUAGE


Thu 17th - Sat 19th May 7:45pm
Sun 20th May 2:30pm
Thu 24th - Sat 25th May 7:45pm
Sat 26th May 2:30 & 7:45pm
Monty Python’s SPAMALOT Book & Lyrics by ERIC IDLE Music by JOHN DU PREZ & ERIC IDLE A new musical lovingly ripped off from the motion picture “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” From the original screenplay by Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin
Lovingly ripped off from the hugely successful 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Spamalot is a riotous comedy full of misfit knights, killer rabbits, dancing nuns and ferocious Frenchmen. Join King Arthur as he travels with his hapless Knights of the Round Table on a divine mission to locate the illusive Holy Grail.
With comic tunes including Brave Sir Robin, We’re Knights of the Round Table and perennial favourite Always Look on the Bright Side of Life, Spamalot audiences are sure to be dancing in the aisles. Don’t be a knight who says ‘No’… Grab your coconuts and gallop down to The Boxmoor Playhouse to book your tickets today!




Posted 29/04/2018

 

@2k Theatre

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The Thrill of Love

Author: By Amanda Whittington, directed by Rachel Buttell

The Thrill of Love

UK
Somerset


Venue: Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre, Taunton

Box Office: 01823 41 41 41 or www.tacchi-morris.com
£12 All tickets


17th - 19th May 7:30pm


On 11th April 1955, Ruth Ellis shot and murdered her lover, David Blakely, outside a Hampstead pub. Ellis was found guilty and became the last woman to be hanged in Britain.
@2K Theatre are excited to offer this wonderful and popular play that explores the private lives of Ruth and her companion hostesses who work in the seedy world of nightclubs that offer more than a drink in the upstairs rooms, but dream of a movie star existence. Why was Ruth she so keen to admit her guilt and why did she offer no mitigation for her actions?




Posted 30/04/2018

 

Shipston Drama Group

Shipston Drama Group
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Collective Dating

Author: Four short plays by V.B.Leghorn

Collective Dating

UK
Warwickshire


Venue: Townsend Hall · Shipston on Stour

Box Office: Tickets £8 available on the door and from Shipston Home Improvements

May 17 - 19


It is a selection of dating situations humourous and entertaining.



Posted 04/05/2018

 

Stoke Poges Players

Stoke Poges Players
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An evening of Comedy and Drama in two 1-Act Plays

An evening of Comedy and Drama in two 1-Act Plays

UK
Bucks


Venue: The Village Hall, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges, SL2 4LP

Box Office: Tickets available http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/stoke-poges-players … or 01753 677032
Ticket Prices: Adults - £8.50
Concessions (60+) - £6.50


Thursday 17th May 7:30pm, Friday 18th May 7:30pm, Saturday 19th May 7:30pm


Our first one act play is 'Erica and Me' written by Alan Robinson. A farcical comedy about Simon who is a candidate for a promotion at 'Collings and Co'. Only problem is that his boss Mr. Collings only likes to hire family-driven people and Simon lives alone. So Simon decides to hire an escort called Erica to accompany him at the dinner he is hosting for Mr and Mrs. Collings... What could go wrong?

Second is 'Captive Audience' written by Jenny Gilbert, a comical drama/thriller with a twist. Set during a get together at the halls of a university aimed at working people aged between 30 and 60. A man named Tom ends up getting handcuffed to a bolted table in a quiet common room. He can only sit and watch as people entering the room come to terms with his situation amidst their own goings on... Will he ever get un-cuffed?




Posted 15/05/2018

 

Stane Street Players

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SUDDEN DEATH AT THORNBURY MANOR

SUDDEN DEATH AT THORNBURY MANOR

UK
Essex


Venue: Fri 18th May Earls Colne Village Hall
07423 063007 or www.stanestreetplayers.co.uk/box-office/
Sat 19th May Empire Theatre, Halstead
07778 025490 or www.empire-theatre.co.uk
All tickets £10




We’ve done Radio Plays before, we’ve done Murder Mystery evenings before…but this combines the very best of both!



Posted 04/05/2018

 

The Hazlemere Players
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PRESCRIPTION FOR MURDER

Author: A thriller by Norman Robbins

PRESCRIPTION FOR MURDER

UK
Bucks


Venue: Hazlemere Community Centre, Rose Avenue, Hazlemere, High Wycombe, Bucks HP157UB

Box Office: 01494 713358 04 01494 444753
Tickets: £10 £9 conc.


Fri 18th & Sat 19th May 2018 7:45pm


Who's for the chop and who's doing the chopping
In the seemingly quiet town of Bere Knighton there is never a dull moment for Dr Richard Forth. Not only does he have a hectic work schedule and an awkward friendship with his ex-girlfriend, but his wife Barbara, is constantly ill and nobody knows what is wrong with her. When Eric Dawson, a stranger claims to have known Richard's second fiancee - a woman Richard claims does not exist- Barbara's health worsens and she isn't the only one. With bad luck spreading almost as quickly as bad news, it seems somebody is out to kill Barbara, and anyone else who gets in their way




Posted 04/05/2018

 

Edgefold Players

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The Odd Couple

Author: by Neil Simon

The Odd Couple

UK
Manchester


Venue: Walkden Methodist Church, Manchester Road East, Walkden, Manchester M38 9AN

Box Office: 0161 702 8708
Evening - £8.00
Matinee - £6.00


Friday 18th May 7.30pm
Saturday 19th May 2.30pm and 7.30pm


The classic comedy opens as a group of the guys assembled for cards in the apartment of divorced Oscar Madison and if the mess is any indication, it's no wonder that his wife left him. Late to arrive is Felix Ungar who has just been seperated from his wife. Fastidious, depressed and none too tense, Felix seems suicidal, but as the action unfolds Oscar becomes the one with murder on his mind when the clean-freak and the slob ultimatley decide to room together with hilarious results as The Odd Couple is born
Also on at the Heights Methodist Church, King Road, Irlam o'th' Heights Salford - Thursday 17 May 19:30




Posted 08/05/2018

 

Chaps Choir

Chaps Choir
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UK
London


Venue: Union Chapel N1 2UN

Box Office: store.unionchapel.org.uk
£12 | £10 con. adv + bf


Sat, May 19, 2018
Doors Open: 7:00 PM

Chaps Choir 5th Birthday Chapstravaganza

Chaps Choir 5th Birthday Chapstravaganza

See and hear the UK's favourite alternative male chorus like never before, as they celebrate 5 years of musical chapness. Chaps Choir will present their favourite songs, including new arrangements, collaborations & chap-like surprises. Expect pop-song re-hashes, moving re-imaginings of chart topping hits, mash-ups & the occasional quirky noise. The evening will include material created through a collaboration with artist Hetain Patel.
A project to get men singing will run up to the event and be open to any man who would like to experience group singing – including the opportunity to sing in the Union Chapel on this very evening. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for more information as it emerges about the project & our special guests. http://www.facebook.com/chapschoir
This gig is supported using public funding by Arts Council England




Posted 15/03/2018

 

Carlow Choral Society

Carlow Choral Society
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Ireland

Venue: Cathedral of the Assumption, Carlow

Box Office: CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS TROUGH EVENTBRITE.IE
€20 Children Free


Saturday May 19th 8pm

Brahms Requiem

Brahms Requiem




Posted 20/04/2018

 

Farnworth Little Theatre

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A View from the Bridge

Author: by Arthur Miller

A View from the Bridge

UK
Lancashire


Venue: Farnworth Little Theatre, Bolton

Box Office: TicketSource

19 to 26 May 2018 7:30pm


Set in 1950's American in an Italian-American neighbourhood near Brooklyn Bridge, New York. It has been described as a modern tragedy of Shakespearian proportions.
Central character longshoreman Eddie Carbone's overprotective obsessive emotions toward his niece, amid the arrival of 2 illegal immigrant cousins from Italy lead to family destruction and tragedy.




Posted 08/05/2018

 

Northenden Players Theatre Club

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Ladies Day

Author: by Amanda Whittington

Ladies Day

UK
Manchester


Venue: Methodist Hall, Victoria Road, Northenden, M22 4JP

Box Office: 0161 445 6868

20 to 26 May 2018 7:30pm
No performance MONDAY


4 very different ladies from a fish factory get a chance to dress up and go the races when Ascot moves temporarily to York. Their lovely gentle back stories tell us about who they really are .. love and laughter in equal measure.



Posted 08/05/2018

 

Harrow Opera

Harrow Opera
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UK
Middx


Venue: St Johns United Reform Church, Hallowell Road, Northwood

Gilbert and Sullivan Soirée

ome along to listen, or sing chorus ( arrive at 1.30 for a quick rehearsal if you want to do the choruses) and eat cake!!
This will be very relaxed and all singers and non singers welcome. ( entry £10 including tea and cake)

Sunday 20th May at 2.30pm



Box Office: On the door

 

Posted 12/05/2018

 

Tallaght Theatre


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Da

Author: Hugh Leonard

Da

Ireland

Venue: Maldron Hotel, Tallaght, Dublin, County Dublin

Box Office: www.tickets.tallaghttheatre.com or call: 0868119688
eTickets: €13 (booking fee included)


21st - 25th May 2018 8:00pm


A beguiling play about a son's need to come to terms with his father and himself...
After Da's funeral, Charlie returns to his childhood home only to find his father's ghost stubbornly unwilling to leave the house




Posted 07/05/2018

 

Altrincham Garrick Playhouse

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Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

UK
Cheshire


Venue: Altrincham Garrick Playhouse

Box Office: BOX OFFICE 0161 928 1677 OR BOOK ONLINE AT ALTRINCHAM GARRICK WEBSITE

21 to 26 May 2018 7:30pm


Take two drag queens, a transgender woman and a bus and you have the story of their race to get from Sydney to Alice Springs in time to perform their act at Lasseter’s Hotel Casino Resort. Adventures occur along the way, including the bus breaking down and being repaired by a local mechanic which leads to an unexpected and warm relationship, and add as many disco tunes as possible. The result is Priscilla Queen of the Desrt which is an uplifting musical with the serious aspect of homosexuality and it’s acceptance playing a major part in the show, especially as one of the drag queens is still married and is about to meet his 6 year old son for the first time.



Posted 08/05/2018

 

Heywood AODS

Heywood AODS
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UK
Lancashire


Venue: Rochdale Unitarian Church Hall

Box Office: TicketSource
Tickets: £8 / £7 conc.


22 to 26 May 2018 7:30pm

Neighbourhood Watch

Author: Alan Ayckbourn

Neighbourhood Watch




Posted 12/05/2018

 

Roadwater Players Amateur Dramatics Society

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UK
Somerset


Venue: Roadwater Village Hall

Box Office: Tickets are on sale now, please try all outlets
(if the online purchasing fails it is because they are sold out);
Roadwater Stores
Toucan Wholefoods Minehead.
Valiant Soldier, Roadwater
In our online shop - click here


22nd to 26th May 2018 7.30pm
Doors open 6.45pm for the bar

Neighbourhood Watch

Author: by Alan Ayckbourn

Neighbourhood Watch




Posted 18/05/2018

 

Petersfield Theatre Group

Petersfield Theatre Group
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Sweet Charity

Sweet Charity

UK
Hampshire


Venue: Petersfield Festival Hall

Box Office: www.petersfieldtheatregroup.org/tickets/

May 23rd - 26th 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm


Story of nightclub dancer Charity who continues to have faith in the human race despite apparently endless disappointments at its hands, and hopes that she will finally meet the nice young man to romance her away from her sleazy life. Maybe, just maybe, handsome Oscar will be the one to do it.

This production is staged with the orchestra on stage and most of the action taking place on the floor of the auditorium.




Posted 13/05/2018

 

Citizens Theatre

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A NIGHT TO REMEMBER

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER

UK
Scotland


Venue: Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Box Office: 0141 429 0022 or uk.patronbase.com

23 May 2018 - 26 May 2018


“Every theatre has got ghosts. Well this one has got more than most.”
As the Citizens closes its door for the next two years for a major redevelopment, the Gorbals Ghosts have got the place to themselves. So it’s time for a bit of 1918 style entertainment! But another kind of memory gets awakened by the songs and stories of a hundred years ago.
The story of Glasgow in the First World War is also the personal story of the Donaldson family and what became of them in the trenches of Flanders and back home in the streets and pubs and munitions factories of the Second City of the Empire.
Drawing on texts of the time from casualty lists to advertisements, with songs, jokes and a bit of mind reading, join a company drawn from the Gorbals and across Glasgow (and a few ghostly presences) for A Night to Remember, where telling the truth about the past is a matter of life and death.
Part of the Southside Fringe programme.




Posted 15/05/2018

 

Basildon Operatic Society

Basildon Operatic Society
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Half a Sixpence

Half a Sixpence

UK
Essex


Venue: Palace Theatre, Southend-on-Sea

Box Office: southendtheatres.org.uk
£19.00, Senior citizens and children under 16 for Saturday matinee only £17.00


Wed 23 - Sat 26 May


Walking along the banks of a stream with his childhood girl friend Ann, Arthur Kipps finds a new sixpence, so before he goes off to serve as an apprentice in a drapery store in another town, Kipps has the coin cut in two and gives one half to Ann as a symbol of their love.
He finds that working at the drapery store is hard and very difficult but his luck changes when one day he discovers that he has inherited a fortune from his wealthy grandfather.
Sadly, with his new found wealth, Kipps soon forgets, not only all his old pals but also his ever faithful sweetheart Ann. As the story unfolds, he comes to terms with the fact that the shallowness of the lifestyle with his new aristocratic friends is just not his cup of tea.
This wonderful ‘feel good’ show, based on H.G. Wells story ‘Kipps’, with it’s fabulous musical numbers such as ‘Half A Sixpence’, ‘Money To Burn’, ‘If The Rain’s Got To Fall’ and of course the marvellous, toe-tapping, ‘Flash, Bang, Wallop’, will have you laughing and crying all along the way as Kipps realizes that all he really wants in his life is his true love Ann.
This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe).




Posted 17/05/2018

 

Grantham Dramatic Society

Grantham Dramatic Society
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When We Are Married

Author: by JB Priestley

When We Are Married

UK
Lincolnshire


Venue: Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham

Box Office: 01476 406158 or www.guildhallartscentre.com
Wednesday: £9 (£7 concessions)
Thursday – Saturday: £10 (£8 concessions)


23rd to 26th May, 2018, 7.30pm


On their shared 25th wedding anniversary three couples, now local dignitaries, get together for a cosy celebration. Suddenly, their self-satisfied existence is punctured by a scandalous revelation that threatens everything they think they know.
Relationships, marriages and allegiances are all suddenly called into question as the power shifts beneath their feet.
JB Priestley is known for satirising middle-class pomposity, and is rightly considered one of our finest writers. This play features a host of characters who are a long way from being on their best behaviour, using the finest comedy to entertain us while parodying god-fearing (and gossip-fearing) folk.




Posted 17/05/2018

 

Ludham Players

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Holiday Snap

Author: by Michael Pertwee and John Chapman

Holiday Snap

UK
Norfolk


Venue: Village Hall, Ludham

Box Office: Tickets £6 available from Ludham Butchers and on the door

24th May, 25th May and 26th May at 7.30pm


Eve and Leslie arrive at a timeshare villa in Portugal. But Eve has told her husband Sid, who is back in England, that she is staying in a Portuguese convent for the week.
Henry and Mary then arrive and it transpires that the villa has been double booked.
Both couples initially believe the others to be locals Maria & Pedro, the villa servants, and try to converse with each other in Portuguese …. albeit none of them can speak the language.
When they finally realise they are all English, Harry discovers Leslie & Eve are having a fling.
He tries to kick them out so that he and Mary can enjoy the villa alone.
He nearly succeeds … but then his Mother-in-Law, Celia, just drops in ….. and she is not Mary’s mother ?
Henry & Mary are also having a dirty week away and to cover his tracks Henry introduces Leslie as his old school friend, saying they’re playing golf for the week, and his girlfriend Mary as the maid.
Chaos follows and things get even more confusing when Pinky, who is the old school friend, actually turns up and has to be introduced as Pedro, Maria’s cum Mary’s boyfriend.




Posted 18/04/2018

 

The Chameleons Amateur Dramatic Society


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Twelfth Night (or What You Will)

Author: by William Shakespeare

Twelfth Night (or What You Will)

UK
Middx


Venue: Compass Theatre, Ickenham

Box Office: www.thechameleons.co.uk/site/tickets

24th - 26th May 7:45pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm


“If music be the food of love, play on, …”
You don’t know Twelfth Night? Have no fear…it’s panto, farce and drama all rolled in to one!
“Better a witty fool, than a foolish wit.” …
An engaging heroine, with eternal themes of separation and mistaken identity, bullying and unrequited love, and, in our unique version, more musical numbers than you can Shake-speare a stick at! The production is set to be a glorious romp and a delight for the senses with fast-paced action, crackling dialogue and memorable characters.
“Be not afraid of greatness. …




Posted 29/04/2018

 

Magna Performing Arts

Magna Performing Arts
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Festival

Festival

UK
Herefordshire


Venue: The Powell Theatre, Church Street, Hereford

Box Office: 07826 256541 or magnadrama@btinternet.com

24th - 26th May 7:30pm


Glastonbury isn’t holding a Festival this year but Magna is! Magna take to the stage with their latest original comedy ,the aptly named ‘Festival‘.



Posted 04/05/2018

 

Harrogate Dramatic Society (HDS)

Harrogate Dramatic Society (HDS)
www.hds-online.co.uk

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Celebration

Author: by Keith Waterhouse & Willis Hall
Directed by Stuart Kellett

Celebration

UK
Yorkshire


Venue: Harrogate Theatre

Box Office: 01423 502116 or www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk

24th – 26th May 2018 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm


A comedy in two parts – The Wedding and The Funeral – both concerning the same family. In the first episode, we see the family preparing for a wedding and subsequently, six months later, returning from the funeral of their Uncle Arthur, the loveable character who provides the link for the two plays.



Posted 15/05/2018

 

What Will the Neighbors Say?

What Will the Neighbors Say?
www.wwtns.org

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USA

Venue: HERE Arts Center, New York

Box Office: www.thedianatapes.com

May 26th - June 11th

THE DIANA TAPES (NYC)

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Posted 24/02/2018

 

The Young Theatre


www.youngtheatre.org.uk

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James and the Giant Peach

Author: by Roald Dahl
Adapted by Davidwood

James and the Giant Peach

UK
Bucks


Venue: The Curzon Centre, Beaconsfield

Box Office: TicketSoource

Sat 26th May 3:00pm & 5:30pm


The story of Roald Dahl’s classic tale is faithfully told by James himself and the insect characters – Miss Spider, Old-Green-Grasshopper, Centipede, Ladybird, and Earthworm. The play begins at the end of the story, when James and his friends are living in the giant peach stone in Central Park, New York.
A tour guide brings a party of tourists (the audience) to see this major attraction, and James and his friends tell the story of how they came to live in New York. The insects play the other roles, like James’s cruel Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker, and the epic journey across the Atlantic is acted out with live action, puppetry and storytelling in David Wood's masterful adaptation.
“… a great introduction for first-timers to the work of the masterful Dahl … a theatrical treat for children and adults alike.“ Belfast Newsletter?




Posted 20/04/2018

 

Phoenix Theatre Company

Phoenix Theatre Company
www.phoenixtheatrebolton.co.uk

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Flamingoland

Author: by Deborah McAndrew

Flamingoland

UK
Lancashire


Venue: Bolton Little Theatre, Honover St, Bolton BL1 4TG

Box Office: 07749 261346 or www.phoenixtheatrebolton.co.uk

27th - 30th June 7:30pm
Charity Performance: Sat 26th May 2018 7:30pm


In her Yorkshire council house, Mari is having a clear out before the 'Big Move'. There's a lifetime of clutter to be sorted, the house to clean from top to bottom, and the squirrels in the loft to be dealt with before she can bow out.
But, as well as memories of holidays in Mablethorpe and day trips to Flamingoland, there's a big box of family secrets to dust off and unwrap. Will Mari decide to let sleeping dogs lie? Or will she force them all to wake up and finally face the truth?




Posted 12/05/2018

 

Putney Light Operatic Society (PLOS)

Putney Light Operatic Society (PLOS)
www.plos.co.uk

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WEST SIDE STORY

Author: Sondheim and Bernstein

WEST SIDE STORY

UK
London


Venue: Putney Arts Theatre, Ravenna Road, London SW15

Box Office: plos.co.uk/box-office
Tickets: £18 conc. £16


Tues 29th May - Sat 2nd June 2018 7:45pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm


West Side Story, with a book by Arthur Laurents, music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and conception and choreography by Jerome Robbins, is a classic re-telling of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet. Its backdrop is the ethnic, working-class Upper West Side neighbourhood of New York in the mid-1950s. The show explores the violent rivalry between two street gangs: the Jets, white New Yorkers and the Sharks, Puerto Rican immigrants. The male protagonist, Tony, a former Jet and best friend of their leader Riff, falls in love with Maria, the younger sister of the Sharks’ leader, Bernardo. Prejudice and pride fuel a gritty violence which ultimately ends in tragedy.
The incredibly intricate score and extended dance sequences bring light and shade to this musical, with well-known stand-outs like Maria, America, Somewhere, Tonight, I Feel Pretty, and Gee, Office Krupke among many others.
The show’s creative lens on social strife marked a turning point in American musical theatre, with themes of prejudice, family, love and neighbourhood rivalry.




Posted 17/05/2018

 

Brightlingsea Musical Theatre Group

Brightlingsea Musical Theatre Group
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UK
Essex


Venue: Brightlingsea Community Centre

Box Office: Tickets £7.50 on sale soon

May 30-June 2nd 7:30pm

The Wedding Singer

Author: Book by Chad Neguelin & Tim Herlihy

The Wedding Singer

Contains some strong adult themes and language.



Posted 26/03/2018

 

Southside Players


www.southsideplayers.co.uk

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The Herd

Author: Rory Kinnear

The Herd

UK
London


Venue: Chestnut Grove Theatre @ Chestnut Grove Academy,
Hearnville Road, Chestnut Grove and Boundaries Road, Balham, London SW12 8JZ


Box Office: 07914657524 and TicketSource
Tickets: £12.00 concessions ( Wed & Sat ) £9.00


Wednesday 30 May to Friday 1st June 7:45pm
Saturday 2 June 5:00pm
Award-winning actor Rory Kinnear’s first play is a witty and heartfelt look at an ‘ordinary’ family with all the tensions and conflict that can mean.
It’s Andy Griffiths’ 21st birthday. The cake is baked and presents are wrapped. But Andy is severely disabled and spends most of his life in a care home. His mother Carol nervously awaits the guests.
As in all family dramas there are unexpected visitors who bring painful memories and awkward complications. The stage is set for ‘the fissions inside the nuclear family’ to explode.
The Herd debuted at the Bush Theatre, London, in September 2013 directed by Howard Davies, for which Kinnear went on to win the Critics’ Circle Most Promising Playwright Award 2014.
‘An accomplished debut… a vivid and unsentimental portrait of domestic life, flecked with wry humour’ – Evening Standard
‘Witty, agonising and eye-opening… a weave of painful insights and playful humour’ – Independent
‘Kinnear clearly understands the tensions of family life. [He is] good at exposing the fissions inside the nuclear family.’ – Guardian




Posted 31/03/2018

 

Altrincham Garrick Playhouse

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Stones in his Pockets

Stones in his Pockets

UK
Cheshire


Venue: The Lauriston Studio, Altrincham Garrick Playhouse

Box Office: 0161 928 1677 OR BOOK ONLINE AT ALTRINCHAM GARRICK WEBSITE www.altrinchamgarrick.co.uk
Full Price: £10.00 Members: £9.00


Wed 30th May - Sat 2nd June
Mon 4th - 5th June 7:30pm


A beautifully crafted, award winning, tragi-comedy

Set in a rural town in County Kerry over run by a Hollywood film crew, two friends are employed as extras. One has aspirations to get his own script turned into a movie and the other is mesmerized by the leading actress.
The film does not accurately portray the town and its people and soon the extras begin to feel abused as the glamour wears off.
A suicide ensues and it is soon apparent that the funeral is not seen as a reason to take a break in filming. The crew appear to have their own agenda without any concern for the actual people involved…




Posted 13/05/2018

 

LADAMA - Lochgelly and District Amateur Musical Association

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UK
Scotland


Venue: Lochgelly Centre Theatre, Bank Street, LOCHGELLY, FIFE KY5 9RD

Box Office: To book tickets phone 01592 780723 or online at www.onfife.com
Tickets £13/£11

THE WIZARD OF OZ (RSC version)

Author: (by L. Frank Baum with Music and Lyrics of the MGM motion picture score
by Harold Arlen and E.Y.Harburg. Background Music by Herbert Stothart.RDance & Vocal Arrangement by Peter Howard
Adapted by John Kane from the Motion Picture Screen Play)

THE WIZARD OF OZ (RSC version)



31 May to 2nd June 2018


Posted 20/10/2017

 

The St George's Players

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UK
London


Venue: St George's church, Vancouver Road SE23 2AG

Box Office: contact@st-georges-players.org.uk

31 May - 2 June 7:00pm

The Importance of Being Earnest

Author: by Oscar Wilde
Directed by Uli Wilfer

The Importance of Being Earnest




Posted 15/03/2018

 

Athenaeum Youth Masqueraders


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UK
Wiltshire


Venue: The Athenaeum Centre, Warminster

Box Office: TicketSource
Tickets - £12 Adult, £10 Concession


Thursday - 31st May - 7pm
Friday - 1st June - - - 7pm RSaturday - 2nd June - 1pm (matinee)RSaturday - 2nd June - 7pm

THE ADDAMS FAMILY Young@Part® A NEW MUSICAL

Author: Book by MARSHALL BRICKMAN and RICK ELICE, Music and Lyrics by ANDREW LIPPA, Based on Characters Created by Charles Addams

THE ADDAMS FAMILY Young@Part® A NEW MUSICAL

After the hugely successful Seussical The Musical Jr, The Athenaeum Youth Masqueraders bring everyone’s favourite kooky gothic family in The Addams Family Young@Part.
Hundreds of years ago, the Addams family ancestors came from the old country and settled on a plot of land in what is now New York Central Park where the family flourished for many generations. This we find, Gomez Morticia, Fester, Grandma, Wednesday, Pugsley, Lurch and Cousin It, the morbid and macabre generation of the family that occupy 0001 Cemetery Lane.
Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, is all grown up. She has fallen in love with Lucas, a young man from a respectable family and only her father, Gomez knows who has to keep her secret from the family but even worse from his cherished wife Morticia whom he shares everything with. All is fine until the two family meet for a fateful dinner. Will Gomez manage to keep his promise to Wednesday? Join them along with all the rest of the family for a heart-warming story of young love, family and friendship… with the famous Addams Family twist… as if it was going to be that easy! If your 3 or 307 this show is bound to entertain and delight the audiences of the Warminster Athenaeum.




Posted 20/03/2018

 

Billingshurst Dramatic Society

Billinghurst Dramatic Society
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My Three Angels

Author: A Comedy by Sam & Bella Spewack

My Three Angels

UK
Sussex


Venue: Women’s Hall, Billingshurst

Box Office: Tickets at £10 are now on sale at Mansell McTaggart Estate Agents, High Street, Billingshurst (personal callers only) or online at WeGotTickets via the link below (plus online booking fee of £1 per ticket).
www.wegottickets.com


Thursday 31st May, Friday 1st June and Saturday 2nd June 7.45pm


My Three Angels is a comedy set in French Guiana in 1910 and takes place over Christmas Eve and Christmas morning. The temperature is 105 in the shade, so a play set at Christmas to be performed in the summer doesn't seem such a daft idea after all!
In brief, the story is about three prisoners at a penal colony in French Guiana who are on loan fixing a roof for a local merchant, the kindly Felix Dulay. Working at Dulay’s home and business on Christmas Eve, the three inmates—Joseph, Jules and Alfred—befriend the merchant, his dutiful wife Emilie and beautiful daughter Marie Louise. The latter is in love with Paul, who is due to visit the Dulays with his demanding uncle, Gaston, a cousin of Felix’s who also happens to own the Dulay business. When the unpleasant Gaston and his timid nephew arrive unexpectedly late on Christmas Eve, the three prisoners decide to ‘help’ Felix and his family in their own fashion.
My Three Angels was originally performed by BDS in 1975. We are dedicating the performance to the memory of our President, Nevin Davies, who passed away in December 2017.




Posted 18/04/2018

 

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