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May 2016

KMDS - Kilcock Musical & Dramatic Society



UK
North County Kildare, Ireland


Venue: St Joseph's Hall, Kilcock

Box Office: (087) 247 5376

42nd Street

Author: Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
Based on the novel by Bradford Ropes
Original Direction & Dance by Gower Champion
Originally produced on Broadway by David Merrick
Director Philippa Alford
Choreographer Deirdre Browne
Musical Director Sarah Lynch Barrett

42nd Street



27th April - 1st May 2016
Tony Award Winner for Best New Musical when it premiered, 42nd Street combines high octane choreography and one showstopping number after another with irresistible razzamatazz!

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Posted 06/04/2016

 

Beckenham Theatre


www.beckenhamtheatre.co.uk



UK
Kent


Venue: Beckenham Theatre Centre

Box Office: Tickets are £8.00 (£6.00 concessions) and available from the Box Office on 07500 908331
Please note: Only members and guests of members are entitled to attend our performances - we are not allowed to sell tickets to the public
Kent Drama Festival Entry 2016
Cider with Rosie

Author: Adapted from the novel by Laurie Lee
By Nick Darke
Directed by Tony Jenner

Mon 2nd - Sat 7th May 2016 8pm



Posted 15/11/2015

 

Glasgow Music Theatre

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UK
Scotland


Venue: Brian Cox Studio Theatre, Scottish Youth Theatre, Old Sheriff Court, Glasgow

Box Office: Online

Sunshine On Leith

Sunshine On Leith



3rd-7th May 2016
Created and produced by Dundee Rep Theatre, Sunshine on Leith (featuring the songs of The Proclaimers) follows the highs and lows of Ally and his friend Davy as they return home to Leith from the army. Families, friendships and life are not all plain sailing in this funny and moving story about life, love and Leith. Sunshine on Leith is an energetic piece of musical theatre, now a major motion picture, loved by audiences and critics alike.



Posted 10/02/2016

 

Brownhills Musical Theatre Company

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UK
Staffordshire


Venue: The Lichfield Garrick, City of Lichfield, Staffordshire

Box Office: 01543 412121 or www.lichfieldgarrick.com

Evita

Evita



Tues 3rd - Sat 7th May 2016 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm
Featuring some of the best loved songs in musical theatre, including Don't Cry For Me Argentina, On This Night of a Thousand Stars, You Must Love Me, and Another Suitcase in Another Hall.



Posted 07/03/2016

 

Eastleigh Operatic and Musical Society (EOMS)

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UK
Hampshire


Venue: The Point, Leigh Road, Eastleigh, Southampton Hampshire,SO50 9DE

Box Office: The Point
£13.00 conc. £12.00RSpecial offer: 2 tickets for £20 (Tuesday only)

The Pirates of Penzance

Author: G&S
directed by Jacqui Beckingham
musical director Nigel Finch

The Pirates of Penzanceow



Tues 3rd to Sat 7th May 2016 7:30pm Sat Mat 2:30pm
A marvellously nostalgic show, still as charming and witty today as it was when it first premiered in New York on New Year’s Eve 1879. With a plethora of memorable melodies, humorous happenings and a most ingenious paradox, this modern twist on a wonderful classic is a must-see for all the family.



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Woking Amateur Operatic Society



UK
Surrey


Venue: Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking

Box Office: waos.info

The Drowsy Chaperone

The Drowsy Chaperone



3rd to 7th May 2016
Directed by Jeff Raggett and Musical Director Kris Rawlinson.
From Wikipedia: “The Drowsy Chaperone is a musical with book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar and music and lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison. It is a parody of American musical comedy of the 1920s. The story concerns a middle-aged, asocial musical theatre fan; as he plays the record of his favorite musical, the (fictional) 1928 hit The Drowsy Chaperone, the show comes to life onstage as he wryly comments on the music, story, and actors. The Drowsy Chaperone debuted in 1998 at The Rivoli in Toronto and opened on Broadway on 1 May 2006. The show was nominated for multiple Broadway (2006) and London (2008) theatre awards, winning five Tony Awards and seven Drama Desk Awards. The show has had major productions in Toronto, Los Angeles, New York, London, and Japan, as well as two North American tours.”




Posted 16/04/2016

 

Rickmansworth Players




UK
Herts


Venue: Pump House Theatre & Arts Centre, Local Board Road, Watford WD17 2JP

Box Office: To book your tickets now please visit www.twoguvnors.co.uk
Preview 3rd May all tickets £10.00
4th - 7th May: Adults £14, conc. £11.50

One Man, Two Guv’nors

One Man, Two Guv’nors



3rd to 7th May 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2pm
Winner – Best Play, Evening Standard Theatre Awards, 2011
Fired from his skiffle band, Francis Henshall becomes minder to Roscoe Crabbe, a small time East End hood, now in Brighton to collect £6,000 from the dad of his fiancee. But Roscoe is really his sister Rachel posing as her own dead brother, who has been killed by her boyfriend Stanley Stubbers.
Holed up at The Cricketers Arms, the permanently ravenous Francis spots the chance of an extra meal ticket and takes a second job with one Stanley Stubbers, who is hiding from the police and waiting to be reunited with Rachel. To prevent discovery, Francis must keep his two guvnors apart. Simple.
Based on the classic Italian comedy The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni, in this new English version by prizewinning playwright Richard Bean, with songs and music by Grant Olding, sex, food and money are high on the agenda. One Man, Two Guvnors opened at the National Theatre 17th May 2011 to critical acclaim, before transferring to the West End and embarking on a successful UK tour.




Posted 03/05/2016

 

Loughton Operatic Society



UK
Essex


Venue: LOPPING HALL, 189 High Road, Loughton. IG10 4LF

Box Office: For tickets please visit LOS’s Online Ticket booking service
LOS TICKETS or ring 0208 505 2033

The Match Girls

The Match Girls

4th – 7th May 2016



Posted 18/01/2016

 

East Norfolk Operatic Society



UK
Norfolk


Venue: Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich

Box Office: 01603 620917 or www.maddermarket.co.uk
All tickets priced £12.
The Gondoliers

Author: Gilbert and Sullivan

4th May 2016 to 7th May 2016
Performances are at 7.30 pm each evening with a matinee show on 7th May at 2.30 pm
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Posted 06/11/2015

 

Forest Players

UK
Sussex


Venue: Forest Row Village Hall RH18 5ES

FORGET ME KNOT

Author: by David Tristram

Wednesday 4th May to Saturday 7th May 7.45pm
(doors and bar open 7.15pm)



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

 

Posted 16/03/2016

 

Proforca Creative


www.proforca.co.uk



UK
London


Venue: Ye Olde Rose & Crown Theatre, Walthamstow E17

Box Office: For more information, exclusive behind the scenes content and for tickets for this new production visit www.proforca.co.uk and for special offers follow us on Twitter @weareproforca, Facebook & Instagram @proforcacreative

If I Go

Author: by James Lewis, Directed by David Brady and Produced by Martina Schøning

If I Go



Wednesday 4th – Saturday 7th May 2016
(Performances at 7.45pm, Saturday at 2.30pm and 7.45pm)
"This thing that the two of you have, it's an illusion, and it can't be this way forever..."

It's been this way for years. Matt and Becky have lived together forever. In a parallel universe they're probably married, except Matt's going out with Danny. Then of course there's Will, who been in love with Becky for the longest time, if only she'd be nice to him long enough to notice. Can one phone call be enough for Matt to make the biggest decision of his life, and in turn, change everything for all of them forever?
Proforça Creative presents a brand new comedy drama written by James Lewis and directed by David Brady about moving on, moving out, drifting apart, and the people we can't bring ourselves to leave behind. (Please note the production contains strong language and audience discretion is advised)




Posted 16/03/2016

 

Tettenhall Amateur Players (TAP)



UK
West Midlands


Venue: The Hayward Theatre, S. Peter's Collegiate School, Compton Park, Compton Road West, Wolverhampton WV3 9UD

Box Office: Tickets £9
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Dinner

Author: by Moira Buffini

Dinner



4th - 6th May 2016 7:30pm
An artist, a scientist and a sexpot are coming to dinner. Paige, hostess extraordinaire, is celebrating the publication of her husband’s bestseller. The arrival of Mike, marooned in the foggy lane after crashing his van, provides an unexpected addition to the evening’s entertainment. A silent waiter, sourced from an obscure website, completes the picture. Primordial Soup is first on the menu.­ Let the dinner from hell begin.

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Posted 27/03/2016

 

Winslow Players



UK
Bucks


Venue: Winslow Public Hall, Elmfields Gate, MK18 3JA

Box Office: Tickets 07745 223365 or Divine Diva, Winslow
£6.00 Wed evening & Sat matinée
£8.00 Fri & Sat evening

Don't You Know There's a War On?

Author: devised, written and directed by Chris Chapman

Don’t  You Know  There’s  A  War  On?



Wednesday 4th May 7.30 pm
Friday 6th May 7.30 pm,
Saturday 7th May 2.30 pm & 7.30 pm
(no performance on Thursday owing to elections)
‘Don’t You Know There’s A War On?’ was written for the Winslow Players in 1995 as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of the end of WW2. It seemed then that the community was divided in two, those who remembered the war and those who didn’t.

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Posted 04/04/2016

 

Harlow Theatre Company



UK
Essex


Venue: The Victoria Hall Theatre, Bury Road, Old Harlow, Essex

Box Office: 0333 666 3366 or Ticketsource
Tickets: £13 conc. £10

Betrayal

Author: Harold Pinter
Directed by DOLLEEN HOWLETT

Betrayal



Wed 4th – Sat 7th May 8pm
Inspired by Pinter's clandestine extramarital affair with BBC Television presenter Joan Bakewell, the play integrates different permutations of betrayal relating to a seven-year affair involving a married couple, Emma and Robert, and Robert's 'close friend' Jerry, who is also married, to a woman named Judith.
Critics and audiences made Betrayal one of London’s most popular plays when it premiered in 1978. Pinter has never written anything simpler, sadder or funnier. The dialogue is economical but the characters are complex, self-absorbed and deceptive.
DONT MISS IT!




Posted 25/04/2016

 

Thalian Theatre Group



UK
Essex


Venue: The Swan, Horndon-on-the-Hill on Thursday 5th and Friday 6th May
Saks Bar, Southend on Thursday 12th and Friday 13th May.
The Ship, Old Leigh on Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th May.
Starting at 8 pm

Box Office: Tickets - £5
01268 417854

The Hothouse

Author: Harold Pinter
Director - Tom King

The Hothouse




Posted 16/03/2016

 

Athenaeum Masqueraders


www.athmasqueraders.co.uk



UK
Wiltshire


Venue: Warminster Athenaeum, 18-20 High Street, Warminster BA12 9AE

Box Office: 01985 213891
Tickets: £10 conc £8.50 under 15s

The Witches

Author: Roald Dahl

The Witches

5th - 7th May 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm



Posted 20/04/2016

 

Sawitri Theatre

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Canada

Venue: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander Street, Toronto

Box Office: 416-975-8555 or buddiesinbadtimes.com/case99

Case #99

Author: Translated into English by Jasmine Sawant from the original award-winning play in Marathi by Yogesh Soman

Case #99



May 5th to May 14th 2016
Case #99 explores human ingenuity driven by greed; the actions and consequences of avarice. A young man dies – Accident or homicide? Is his attractive widow hiding something? Investigating officer, Inspector Ramesh Sawant, is on his 99th case! He is known to get his man! How difficult can this case be? But things are never what they seem to be. Set in Mumbai, India, before the invasion of cell phones, this whodunit comes with an engaging twist.
This play premieres in Toronto, following its World Premiere in 2015. Case #99 features three young Toronto-based Canadian actors of Indian origin who evoke a Mumbai before the invasion of cellular phones, a hustling-bustling Mumbai that embraces long train commutes, its inevitable host of beggars and peddlars, its street foods that tempt with appetizing aromas and its grime and crime, and cops and criminals, all driven by a burning desire to make it big, walking that fine line between greed and ambition.




Posted 08/05/2016

 

Carver Theatre (The)



UK
Cheshire


Venue: Carver Theatre, Stockport

Box Office: 0161 449 8363 or Ticketsource

Ladies Down Under

Author: Amanda Whittington

Ladies Down Under



6th-14th May 2016
7.45pm (Sat 7th 2.30pm)
We met these four likely lasses from the Hull fish docks in last season’s “Ladies’ Day” - when they won a fortune at the races. Pearl, Jan, Shelley and Linda are now celebrating with the trip of a lifetime to the Land of Oz. While Shelley dreams of luxury and glamour, the rest of the gang decide to go native and camp out under the stars at Ayers Rock. But Shelley soon discovers there’s more on offer than posh hotels, dazzling casinos and sun-kissed surfers; and Pearl finds that she’s got a mountain of her own to climb...
This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Nick Hern Books.




Posted 01/02/2016

 

The Lane End Players



UK
Bucks


Venue: LANE END VILLAGE HALL, CHURCH ROAD, LANE END, HP14 3JE

Box Office: 01494 880662 or Lane End Village Hall on Saturdays from 9:30am to 12pm

Shakespeare in Hollywood

Author: Ken Ludwig

Shakespeare in Hollywood



29th, 30th April and 6th, 7th May at 8pm
It’s 1934, and Shakespeare’s most famous fairies, Oberon and Puck, have magically materialised on the Warner Bros. Hollywood set of Max Reinhardt’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Instantly smitten by the glitz and glamour of show biz, the two are ushered onto the silver screen to play (who else?) themselves.
With a little help from a feisty flower, blonde bombshells, movie moguls and arrogant “asses”, they are tossed into loopy love triangles, with raucous results.
The mischievous magic of moviedom sparkles in this hilarious comic romp.




Posted 22/04/2016

 

Whitefield Garrick


www.whitefieldgarrick.org



UK
Manchester


Venue: The Whitefield Garrick Theatre, Bury, Greater Manchester

The Prisoner of 2nd Avenue

Author: By Neil Simon
Directed by Andrew Close

07 to 14 May 2016 19:30


Box Office: 0754 2564010 or Ticketsource

 

Posted 01/02/2016

 

Wilmslow Green Room Society



UK
Cheshire


Venue: Wilmslow Green Room Theatre

Quartet

Author: by Ronald Harwood
Directed by Hamish Lawson

Cecily, Reggie and Wilfred are in a home for retired opera singers. Each year, on 10th October, there is a concert to celebrate Verdi's birthday. Jean, who used to be married to Reggie, arrives at the home and disrupts their equilibrium. She still acts like a diva and refuses to sing. But the show must go on.

7th - 14th May 2016



Box Office: 01625 540933 or Ticketsource

 

Posted 22/01/2016

 

Joanne Baron DW Brown Studio




USA
California


Venue: The Electric Lodge, 1416 Electric Avenue, Venice 90291

Box Office: Tickets: 323-960-7788 or online at www.plays411.com/stone
General Admission: $30
Preview (May 5th & 6th) $20

Blood From A Stone

Author: Tommy Nohilly

Blood From A Stone



May 7th thru May 22nd
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays 8:00pm, Sundays 2:00pm
Tommy Nohilly's powerful play Blood From A Stone is being produced by Theater Planners in conjunction with The Baron Brown Studio.
Ethan Hawke won the Obie for his performance in the New York production and Emmy award winner Chad Brannon reprises his role with multiple Dramalogue award winner Joanne Baron in the cast.
Playwright / screenwriter Thomas C. Dunn directs.




Posted 03/05/2016

 

Droylsden Little Theatre

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UK
Manchester


Venue: Droylsden Little Theatre, Castle Close, Droylsden, Manchester, M43 7AS

Death by Design

Author: A Comedy with Murder by Rob Urbinati
Directed by Hazel Phillips

Edward and Sorel Bennett have had yet another row, in the fallout of their latest London opening, and have chased each other to their country house, to the irritated surprise of their maid and chauffeur. The lovebirds are soon joined by a cacophony of guests with interestingly constellated mutual resentments, including conservative politician Walter Pearce, leftist radical Eric, and bohemian artist/dancer Victoria Van Roth. By the time there’s a body to contend with, everyone in residence has expressed multiple murderous motives.

Monday 9th to Saturday 14th May 7:45pm



Box Office: Booking commences Thursday 28th April 2016
0161 370 7713


 

Posted 22/01/2016

 

St Austell Players



UK
Cornwall


Venue: St. Austell Community Centre and Arts Theatre, 87 Truro Road, St. Austell, Cornwall PL25 5HJ

Box Office: 01726 879 500 or at St. Austell Tourist Information Office, Southbourne Road, St. Austell. PL25 4RS

The Shell Seekers

Author: by Rosamunde Pike
adapted by Terence Brady and Charlotte Bingham

The Shell Seekers



9th to 14th May 8:00pm
The story of three generations of passion and heartbreak.



Posted 25/04/2016

 

Tyldesley Little Theatre


www.tlt.org.uk



UK
Manchester


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

I DO NOT LIKE THEE DR. FELL

Author: by Bernard Farrell
A Comedy Directed by Margaret Speakes

Something new and exciting from a veteran director, this dark comedy mercilessly exposes the simmering jealousies and deceptions among the hapless members of a self-help encounter group, to devastating comic effect.

10 May to 14 May 2016 7:30pm



Box Office: 01204 655619

 

Posted 24/01/2016

 

The Three Towns Operatic Society



UK
Lancashire


Venue: St. Joseph's Hall, Chapel Street, Leigh. WN7 2PR
Waltzes from Vienna

Music by Johann Strauss (father & son)

Set in glittering Vienna, Strauss recognises his son’s musical talent and tries to prevent him writing music, but Johann has ambition to succeed his father as the Waltz King of Vienna.
A feast of Viennese music climaxed by the immortal “Blue Danube”.

Tuesday 10th – Saturday 14th May 2016 7.30pm



Box Office: 01942 883722
Tickets: £11 & £13 Concessions available


 

Posted 07/01/2016

 

Sudbury Dramatic Society



UK
Suffolk


Venue: The Quay Theatre, Sudbury

Box Office: are now sale on the SDS website
Outside Edge

Author: Richard Harris
Directed by Mark Scanlon

Tuesday May 10th - Saturday 14th May



Posted 08/12/2015

 

Solihull Theatre Company



UK
Birmingham


Venue: The Core Theatre, Solihull

Box Office: 0121 704 6962
thecoretheatresolihull.co.uk

South Pacific

Author: Rodgers & Hammerstein

South Pacific



Tue 10th - Sat 14th May 2016 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm
Set against the dramatic background of an idyllic South Pacific island during WWII, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific intertwines the themes of romance, duty, and prejudice to create a story that is all at once hilarious, heartbreaking, and thought-provoking. Including classic Rodger’s and Hammerstein’s songs such as “Nothing Like a Dame”, “Wash that Man Right Outta Your Hair" and “Some Enchanted Evening” this is a must see show by this popular local society who had a huge hit last year with "Witches of Eastwick". Join us this Spring at The Core Theatre in Solihull for this must see show.



Posted 06/04/2016

 

Fakenham and District Light Operatic Society - FADLOS



UK
Norfolk


Venue: Fakenham Community Centre

Box Office: Tickets: £7.00 Stalls & £8.50 Raised Seating
Sweets 'n' Things, Oak Street, Fakenham 01328 855172 or Ticketsource

LEGALLY BLONDE THE MUSICAL

LEGALLY BLONDE THE MUSICAL



May 10th - 14th 2016
This much fun should not be legal!!



Posted 04/05/2016

 

Walton & Weybridge Amateur Operatic Society

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UK
Surrey


Venue: The Cecil Hepworth Playhouse, Walton On Thames, KT12 1AU

Box Office: Tickets are available from:
Email - bookings@wwaos.org.uk
Online - www.ourboxoffice.co.uk (booking fees apply)
Phone - 0845 5196242 (calls from landlines at local rate or free
on many calling plans, calls from mobiles may incur charges)
Tues 10th May - Tiered £15, Level £12 **
Wed 11th May - Tiered £15, Level £12
Thurs 12th May - Tiered £16, Level £13
Fri 13th May - Tiered £16, Level £13
Sat (Matinee) 14th May - Tiered £16, Level £13 **
Sat (Evening) 14th May - Tiered £16, Level £13
** Concessions for children, students and seniors on Tuesday and Saturday Matinee)
On the day: Tickets will be on sale at The Cecil Hepworth Playhouse box office 30 minutes prior to each performance, subject to availability.

Jack The Ripper

Director: Janet Turner
Musical Director: David Perkins

Jack The Ripper



10th - 14th May 2016
‘Jack The Ripper’ was adapted for the musical stage in 1974 and features a score by leading actor Ron Pember and book and lyrics by Pember with Denis De Marne. The musical reconstruction of the incidents relating to the historic East End murders of 1888 was told through the company of a Whitechapel Music Hall, a device that cleverly presented an atmospheric commentary on the murders as opposed to a historic re-enactment. The production was first staged at London’s Players’ Theatre, opening on June 25th 1974. The show earned a nomination for ‘Best Musical’ at the 1974 Evening Standard Theatre Awards. Since the amateur production rights were released in 1976, ‘Jack The Ripper’ has remained a popular production choice with societies worldwide.



Posted 06/05/2016

 

Trinity Methodist Music and Drama



UK
Essex


Venue: Civic Theatre, Chelmsford

Box Office: 01245 606505

Fiddler on the Roof

Fiddler on the Roof

10th to 14th May 2016 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm



Posted 12/05/2016

 

WOS Productions



UK
Middx


Venue: The Winston Churchill Theatre, Ruislip

Box Office: 01895 250615

9 to 5 The Musical

Author: music and lyrics by Dolly Parton and book by Patricia Resnick

9 to 5 The Musical



11-14 May 2016
9 to 5 The Musical, with music and lyrics by Dolly Parton and book by Patricia Resnick, is based on the seminal 1980 hit movie.

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Posted 21/01/206

 

Manor Operatic Society


www.manoroperatic.com



UK
Yorkshire


Venue: Sheffield City Hall

Box Office: 0114 278 9789 0r 01709 365 108
Until the 1st of February tickets will only be available exclusively through the City Hall Box Office
Barnum

11th - 14th May 2016



Posted 04/01/2016

 

CADOS



UK
Lancashire


Venue: Chorley Little Theatre

Box Office: WeGotTickets
Mon-Weds £6, Thurs-Sat £8


I LOVE YOU BECAUSE

Author: Musical based on Pride & Prejudice. Music by Joshua Salzman. Lyrics by Ryan Cunningham
Directed by Paul Carr

Wednesday 11th - Saturday 14th May 2016, 7pm
A modern-day love story set in uptown New York City.
A young, uptight greeting card writer’s life is changed when he meets a flighty photographer. Along with their eccentric friends and siblings, they learn to love each other not in spite of their faults, but because of them.



Posted 06/08/2015

 

Endon Dramatic Society



UK
Staffordshire


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

Box Office: 01782412641
Tickets £7.00 or £6.00 concessions and include programme and refreshments.

Fish Out Of Water

Author: a comedy by Derek Benfield

Fish Out Of Water



ShoWed 11th – Sat 14th May 7.30pmDates
The peaceful atmosphere of a hotel on the Italian Riviera is shattered by the arrival of Agatha, an outspoken widow, and her timid sister, Fiona. Agatha crushes all protests as she rounds up the guests into communal games, her unflagging spirit of togetherness invading the private lives of the other characters. All the ingredients of package holidays - late flights, double bookings, foreign food etc. - provide an evening of uproarious and innocent fun.



Posted 07/02/2016

 

Sutton Theatre Company



UK
Surrey


Venue: Epsom Playhouse, Ashley Avenue, Epsom, Surrey, KT18 5AL

Box Office: 01372 742555 / 742227
Epsom Playhouse
Prices from: £15 - 17 (tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded)

Spamalot

Spamalot



11 May 2016 - 14 May 2016 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm
Lovingly ripped off from the classic film comedy, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Spamalot retells the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, and features a bevy of beautiful show girls, not to mention coconuts, killer rabbits and Frenchmen. Many of the original characters from the movie are faithfully recreated such as the Knights who say "Ni" while new characters and other Python moments have been added to hilarious effect, including the classic "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life".
Aside from Monty Python, Spamalot is a great musical in its own right. With big Broadway numbers and spectacular dance sequences, this musical promises to leave you with a smile on your face. Book and Lyrics by Eric Idle. Music by John Du Prez & Eric Idle. From the original screenplay by Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones and Michael Palin.




Posted 04/03/2016

 

Pattingham Drama Group


www.pattinghamdramagroup.co.uk



UK
Staffordshire


Venue: Pattingham Village Hall

Box Office: Tickets are £8 and available now through calling Gladys Jones at the Box Office on 01902 700393 or email boxoffice@pattinghamdramagroup.co.uk

The 39 Steps

Author: John Buchan

The 39 Steps



Wednesday 11th to Saturday 14th May 7:30pm
When Hitchcock meets hilarious, the stage production of ‘The 39 Steps’ is a lovable homage to the original book and the great film director; but is fast paced, furious and fun. Lovers of Hitchcock will enjoy spotting the witty references to many of his films, but there’s something from everyone to enjoy as our hero, Richard Hannay, survives many madcap scenes in a bid to clear his name of murder, save the country and win the girl!

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Posted 23/03/2016

 

St Nicholas Players


www.stnicksplayers.co.uk



UK
Kent


Venue: Ringwould Village Hall

Box Office: 01304 852560
Tickets: £5

The Vicar of Dibley

The Vicar of Dibley

11th - 14th May 7:30pm


Posted 16/04/2016

 

Swan Theatre Company


www.swantheatrecompany.com

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UK
Bedfordshire


Venue: The Place Theatre, Bradgate Road, MK40 3DE

Box Office: Tickets for this show are priced at £9.00, with a concession price of £7.50
www.theplacebedford.org.uk

Duet for One

Author: By Tom Kempinski

Duet for One



11th to 14th May at 7:30pm
(Wednesday to Saturday)
Stephanie Abrahams is a renowned violinist, whose international career is cut short by multiple sclerosis. Encouraged by her husband, world famous composer David Liebermann, Stephanie seeks out psychiatrist Dr Feldman to help her come to terms with the loss of her career. Slowly her determination to put on a positive face unravels to reveal dark secrets from her past. Through it all a complex relationship grows with the enigmatic Dr Feldman.
This haunting play won the London Theatre Critic's award for best play and was described by the Financial Times as "A wonderfully sensitive play, positive and optimistic", and by the Daily Mail as "As moving a piece of theatre as you could wish for, or perhaps bear."




Posted 29/04/2016

 

Romiley Little Theatre (RLT)



UK
Cheshire


Venue: Hyde Festival Theatre

Box Office: Tickets £9 (£7 Concs) from RLT Online Box Office or 0844 804 2634.
Group discounts available.

Jerusalem

Jerusalem



12 to 14 May 2016 19:30
On St George's Day, the morning of the local country fair, Johnny Rooster' Byron, local waster and Lord of Misrule, is a wanted man. The council officials want to serve him an eviction notice on the trailer in the woods which is his home, his son wants to be taken to the fair, a vengeful father who suspects him of leading his under-age daughter astray wants to give him a serious kicking, and a motley crew of mates want his ample supply of drugs and alcohol, and to be regaled by his tales.
He can spin a yarn for sure, and has always kept himself afloat with his menacing charm, cunning wit and a wealth of outlandish mythical stories, but how will he dig himself out of the hole this time?




Posted 01/02/2016

 

Garden Suburb Theatre



UK
London


Venue: The Bull Theatre, 68 The High Street, Barnet, EN5 5SJ

Box Office: ...book online now
or call 020 7723 6609
Tickets: £12 / 10

Blackadder
Live on Stage - A Cunning Stunt


Author: by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton
Director: Jon Musker
Assistant Director: Ruth Huggett

Blackadder



Thursday 12th May 2016, 7:30pm
Friday 13th May 2016, 7:30pm
Saturday 14th May 2016, 3pm
Saturday 14th May 2016, 7:30pm
Garden Suburb Theatre are celebrating 30 years of Blackadder II by bringing it to life on stage at The Bull Theatre this Spring. We are pleased to present our three favourite episodes from the classic sitcom set during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.

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Posted 18/02/2016

 

West Haddon Players

West Haddon Players

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UK
Northamptonshire


Venue: West Haddon Village Hall

Box Office: 01788 510503
Tickets £8 conc. £6

Chase Me Up Farndale Avenue s'il vouz plait!

Author: a comedy tres saucy by David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin Jnr

Chase Me Up Farndale Avenue s'il vouz plait!

12th to 14th May 2016 7:30pm


Posted 04/05/2016

 

Bentley Green Players

UK
Essex


Venue: The Methodist Church Hall, Great Bentley

Box Office: Tickets: £7 available from Dell-icious or Peter Harry 07503153960

Who Dies Wins

Author: a comedy thriller by Seumour Matthews

Who Dies Wins

Thur 12th, Fri 13th & Sat 14th May 2016 7:45pm


Posted 12/05/2016

 

2nd Skin Theatre Company



UK
Northern Ireland


Venue: The WEB Theatre, Newtownards

Box Office: 91828234
Tickets: £10.50/ £8.50

Don't Tell The Wife

Author: by Sam Cree

Don't Tell The Wife

Fri 13th & Sat 14th May 8:00pm


Posted 06/03/2016

 

Make Believe Productions

Make Believe Productions
www.makebelieveproductions.co.uk

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UK
Yorkshire


Venue: Carriageworks Theatre, Leeds

Box Office: 0113 376 0318

The Return of Neverland

Author: CREATED, WRITTEN & LYRICS BY JOSHUA DAVIES & JOSEPHINE SHERLOCK
MUSIC BY LUKE BARRATT
DIRECTED BY JOSHUA DAVIES
INSPIRED BY J. M. BARRIE'S BOOK PETER PAN

The Return of Neverland

May 13th and 14th
All performanes are in aid of Great Ormod St Childrens Hospital charity.



Posted 13/04/2016

 

The Arts Academy

Ireland

Venue: An Grianan Theatre, Letterkenny on Fri. 15th & Sat. 16th April 2016 at 8pm and The Millennium Forum on Fri. 13th & Sat 14th May 2016 at 7.30pm.

Box Office: +353749120777 or www.angrianan.com or www.gutzthemusical.com
Tickets €15 & €10


GUTZ THE MUSICAL

GUTZ THE MUSICAL

Author: David Oliver

GUTZ THE MUSICAL



The production features a 10-piece live band that is on stage, 25 original songs, a 40+ cast from Co. Donegal, Co. Tyrone & Co. Derry.

This is an original script & score and depicts a young woman's journey in New York City as she battles work/life pressures & sexism in the workplace. It is a modern musical and there is something for everyone to enjoy in it. The themes are very relevant and as important now as ever!




Posted 11/04/2016

 

Players Dramatic Society



UK
Cheshire


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

Entertaining Angels

Author: A comedy by Richard Everett

Newly widowed clergy wife Grace, is enjoying her new found freedom of speech!
Revelations and Bardolph’s ghost, all make this poignant, gentle comedy a delight!

14th - 21st May 2016
(No performance Sunday night)



Box Office: 0161 485 7704 or Ticketsource

 

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Farnworth Little Theatre



UK
Lancashire


Venue: Farnworth Little Theatre

Box Office: Tickets available online at www.farnworthlittletheatre.co.uk
0845 643 0808
The Game

Author: Harold Brighouse
Directed by Dave Eyre



14 – 21 May 2016
A brilliant northern comedy about love, honour, class … and football.

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Break A Leg Company


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UK
Hampshire


Venue: Thorngate Hall Theatre, Gosport

Box Office: tickets available at www.tickettailor.com or 02392 510012
Tickets £8 conc. £7

Name In Lights

Name In Lights

14th May 2016 2:30pm & 7:30pm


Posted 20/03/2016

 

The Cotswold Savoyards



UK
Gloucestershire


Venue: Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham

Box Office: 01242 572573
ANYTHING GOES

Author: Book By: Guy Bolton & P.G. Wodehouse
Music and Lyrics By: Cole Porter
Stage Director: Sue Bennett
Musical Director: David Manifold
Choreographer: Lisa Crowhurst



17th - 21st May 2016
Billy instantly falls in love with a beautiful girl he meets in a taxi. When he discovers she's boarding the SS American the same London-bound ship his boss and co-worker Reno are boarding, he sneaks aboard himself. The beautiful girl, Hope, is engaged to stuffy British aristocrat Lord Evelyn, but that doesn't stop love-struck Billy.

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Posted 04/01/2016

 

Plymouth Gilbert and Sullivan Fellowship



UK
Devon


Venue: The Devonport Playhouse, Fore Street, Plymouth PL1 4DW

Box Office: To book tickets call 01752 600166 or here
Tickets:£16 Conc. £14

Iolanthe

Author: G&S

Iolanthe



Tuesday 17th - Saturday 21st May 2016 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm
60's style show!! Think Hairspray meets Parliament! Please do come and support this...



Posted 10/05/2016

 

Woodley Theatre

Woodley Theatre
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UK
Berks


Venue: The Oakwood Centre, Woodley, Reading

Troubled Times

Author: A personal history of Ireland in song, drama and images by Peter Sinclair, adapted by Steve Atkins

This is a charity event in aid of Parkinson’s UK World Premiere!
Told simply and directly by musicians, actors and narrators in short scenes with live music, this is a broad history of Ireland from the 1800’s to the present day by author, song writer and singer Peter Sinclair.
Peter was brought up and schooled in Dublin during the 1950’s and 60’s, so he’s seen and heard a lot of Ireland’s history in person and through the words of his forebears. Peppered with Irish wit and humour, and featuring Peter’s own songs as well as some favourites from the Emerald Isle, this is a celebration of the Irish journey to the present day that is not to be missed.

18th to 21st May 2016



Box Office: TicketSource
boxoffice@woodleytheatre.org
07939 210121


 

Posted 05/02/2016

 

Cygnet Players




UK
London


Venue: St Barnabas Church, Southfields, SW18 5EP

Box Office: Online

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM

Author: William Shakespeare

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM



18-21 May 2016
"Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind."
After a few years of modern plays, we thought it about time we bring you a classic - and what could be more classic than Shakespeare?


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Posted 07/02/2016

 

18Backwell Playhouse Theatre Company



UK
Bristol


Venue: Backwell Playhouse, 23 Marinery Drive, Backwell BS48 3HT

The Boys from Syracuse - A Musical Comedy
Based on The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare

Author: Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Lorenz Hart, Book by George Abbott

Twins! More twins! Women chased and chaste. The first musical ever to be adapted from Shakespeare remains the most madcap musical farce ever to animate the stage.
Songs include This Can’t Be Love, Sing for your Supper, Falling in Love with Love and many more.
2016 marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death.
An amateur production by arrangement with R&H Theatricals Europe

Wednesday 18th – Saturday 21st May 2016 @ 7.30pm



Box Office: Tickets £11 and £8 (members)
Alan/Ruth: 01275 462621; Mollie: 0117 964 1723


 

Posted 11/04/2016

 

Colchester Theatre Group



UK
Essex


Venue: Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel Street North, Colchester, Essex CO2 7AT

Box Office: 01206 366000

Blue Remembered Hills

Author: Dennis Potter

Blue Remembered Hills



18 May to 21 May 19:45
matinee on Saturday at 2.30pm
Directed by Steve Dunt, this deceptively simple tale relates the activities of seven English children, played by adults, on a summer afternoon during World War II. In woods, a field and a barn, they play, fight, fantasize and swagger. Their aggressions, fears, hostilities and rivalries come to an abrupt stop when a dangerous game of pyromania ends with tragic results.



Posted 10/05/2016

 

Llanelli Musical Players




UK
Wales


Venue: Ffwrnes Theatre, Llanelli

Box Office: 0845 226 3510
Tickets: £15

The Producers

Author: by Mel Brooks

The Producers

18th - 21st May 2016 7:30pm


Posted 18/05/2016

 

The Sinodun Players


www.sinodunplayers.org.uk



UK
Oxfordshire


Venue: The Corn Exchange, Market Place, Wallingford, Oxfordshire OX10 0EG

Box Office: 01491 825000 or www.cornexchange.org.uk

Bazaar and Rummage

Author: By Sue Townsend
Director Julie Utley

Bazaar and Rummage

18th–21st May 2016


Posted 18/05/2016

 

Thurrock Courts Players



UK
Essex


Venue: Thameside theatre, Grays, Essex, RM17 5DX

Box Office: 07475 634 474
Tickets £12. Concessions £10

Murdered to Death

Author: A spoof Murder Mystery by Peter Gordon
Directed by Mike Jones

Murdered to Death



19th - 21st May 2016 7:45pm
Matinee Saturday 21st 3pm
The second offering in the year of murder and mystery by Thurrock Courts Players sees the bungling Inspector Pratt attempt to solve the mysterious murder of Mildred Bagshot at her country estate. Suspects include Dorothy, Mildred's niece and companion; Bunting the doddery old butler; the pompous Colonel Craddock and his wife; the very well-to-do Miss Hartley-Trumpington and shady French art dealer Pierre Marceau. Unably assisted by local sleuth Miss Maple, can the Inspector solve the crime before everyone else meets their doom – or will the audience die laughing first?



Posted 24/02/2016

 

Evesham Operatic and Dramatic Society (EODS)



UK
Worcestershire


Venue: Evesham Arts Centre

Box Office: 01386 446944 or www.eveshamartscentre.co.uk
Tickets £12 conc. £10

A Night at the Movies

A Night at the Movies



19th to 21st May 2016
Directed by Rebecca Barclay and John Dix, "A Night At The Movies" is a show full of iconic songs from iconic movies across the decades. Performing at Evesham Arts Centre 19th-21st May 2016 this is a show not to be missed.

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Posted 07/03/2016

 

Monday Players



UK
Yorkshire


Venue: The Village Hall, Escrick

Box Office: 01904 728303 / 01904 728423 or tickets@mondayplayers.com
Tickets £7
Bar opens at 7pm

Two ‘One Act’ Plays
A Respectable Funeral / Last Tango In Escrick by Jimmie Chinn / by David Tristram

A Respectable Funeral / Last Tango In Escrick by Jimmie Chinn / by David Tristram



19th to 21st May 2016
“A Respectable Funeral”
The poignant and witty tale of three Yorkshire sisters who come together after the funeral of their mother.


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Posted 17/03/2016

 

Bardfield Players



UK
Essex


Venue: Great Bardfield Town Hall

Box Office: Tickets: £6.00
Co-Op Great Bardfield
Bar and Raffle
Info: Ian.Ruffle@gmail.com

Confusions

Author: by Alan Ayckbourn

Confusions

19th - 21st May 8:00pm


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DRONFIELD MUSICAL THEATRE GROUP
www.dlog.org.uk





UK
Derbyshire


Venue: Dronfield Civic Hall

Annie

Author: Book by THOMAS MEEHAN
Music by CHARLES STROUSE
Lyrics by MARTIN CHARNIN
Original production directed by Martin Charnin.
Originally produced by Irwin Meyer, Stephen R. Friedman, Lewis Allen, Alvin Nederlander Associates Inc.,The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, Icarus Productions.
Based on ''Little Orphan Annie'' (R) by permission of the Tribune Media Services Inc.
This amateur production is presented by arrangement with JOSEPH WEINBERGER LTD., on behalf of MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL of NEW YORK.




Box Office: Tickets: £ 8.50 and £ 7.50 (concessions)
For Tickets: Telephone 01246 416364
E-mail (Please include a contact landline telephone number): tickets@dlog.org.uk


 

Posted 18/04/2016

 

Birchington Guild of Players


www.birchingtonguild.co.uk



UK
Kent


Venue: The Centre, Alpha Road, Birchington

The Ghost Train

Author: by Arnold Ridley

A light supper and a copy of the programme are included in the ticket price.

19th, 20th and 21st May at 7.30 pm



Box Office: Tickets priced £9.00 (concessions £8.00) are available from the box office on 01843 841522 or at theboxoffice@birchingtonguild.co.uk

 

Posted 24/04/2016

 

Blyth Players



UK
Nottinghamshire


Venue: Barnby Memorial Hall

Box Office: Tickets can be bought by
Phoning: 07784916250
Emailing: Ticketsales@blythplayers.org
or
By visiting Blyth Coop on the Main Street in Blyth
Alternatively you can book online Here! or Ticketsource
Ticket Price: Standard: £7*
Ticket price includes a £1 donation to the directors chosen charity

Stags and Hens the Remix ADULTS ONLY

Author: a comedy by Willy Russell

Stags and Hens the Remix ADULTS ONLY



19th, 20th & 21st May
A boozy comedy of Wedding-eve nerves, set in the Ladies and Gents loos of a tacky night club where Dave and Linda, unbeknownst to each other, are holding their respective stag and hen parties. This sharply observed play turns into a bleakly funny and perceptive study of working class misogyny. Dave is already worse for wear after a mix of drinks and a curry at the Indian. Despite this his mates are desperately trying to ensure he has a good time! Linda’s chums can’t understand why she would want to have her hen night in such a ‘dive’ but play along, not all of them keeping their opinions to themselves.
Then a blast from the past and a chance meeting for Linda…
This is a very witty, laugh out loud comedy with adult humour and strong language from the start.




Posted 04/05/2016

 

Tram Direct Theatre Company

Tram Direct Theatre Company
www.tramdirect.com

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UK
Scotland


Venue: The Shed, 26 Langside Ave, Shawlands

Box Office: Tickets £10.00 £8.00 conc. 1 free ticket for every 15 booked
0141 637 9778 or manager@tramdirect.com
www.shedglasgow.com or www.tramdirect.com

To Serve is to Resist (Life of Jane Haining)

Author: by Ian Morland
Artistic Director Isobel Barrett

To Serve is to Resist (Life of Jane Haining)



Friday 20th May and Sat 21st May at 2.30 and 7.30
Jane Haining was a Scottish Missionary who was appointed as Matron in the Girls Home in Budapest. When World War Two broke out she refused to leave "her" girls. Eventually she was arrested for helping Jews and died in Auschwitz in 1944.



Posted 30/03/2016

 

Copythorne Amateur Theatrical Society



UK
Hampshire


Venue: Copythorne Village Hall

Mystery at Greenfingers

Author: by J.B.Priestley, author of ‘An Inspector Calls’

A snow wrapped hotel high up in the Peak District in the 1930s. That’s the setting for J.B.Priestley’s murder/ mystery comedy. There are all the essential ingredients- an incompetent detective, a strange woman in a fur coat, and a couple of amateur sleuths, who reckon that they can do a far better job than the detective in sorting things out. Was there actually a murder? Or was it all just a ruse to check whether members of the hotel staff were doing their jobs properly? Well, come and find out.

Having successfully performed Priestley’s well known play, ‘An Inspector Calls’ in 2013, CATS felt that it would be appropriate to stage another of this talented writer’s plays. We hope that this will be just as successful.

Friday 20th May, Saturday 21st May and Saturday 28th May at 7.30pm



Box Office: Tickets (adults £6, children under 16 £5) will be available from Bartley P.O, Landford Village Stores and Bramshaw Stores or by ringing our box office on 02380 813415
Concessions are available for group bookings. Family tickets are also available.
Please note that this is an amateur performance by arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.


 

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Pelsall Musical Society



UK
West Midlands


Venue: Pelsall Methodist Church Hall, Chaple Street, Pelsall, Walsall WS3 4LN

Box Office: Tickets can be ordered from Jenny or Glen Poole on 01922 684263 or by email on jenmarypoole39@hotmail.com

Scoff 'N'Loff

Scoff 'N'Loff

Friday 20th and Saturday 21st May 2016


Posted 18/04/2016

 

Honiton Community Theatre Company

Honiton Community Theatre Company
www.honitontheatre.co.uk

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UK
Devon


Venue: Performances at The Beehive, Dowell Street, Honiton EX14 1LZ:
20th May (7:30pm)
21st May (7:30pm)
Performances on tour:
17th May, Gittisham Village Hall (7:30pm)
18th May, Sidbury Village Hall (7:30pm)
19th May, Sheldon Village Hall (7:30pm)


Box Office: Book Tickets Here The Beehive
Tickets are available in a thrust stage layout allowing you to see the action from three sides of the auditorium.
Tickets in the main bank of seating are £10 and on the sides are £8.

Twelfth Night

Author: WIlliam SHakespeare

Twelfth Night

Honiton’s premier amateur theatre company have launched their latest theatrical adventure in the form of Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’ in celebration of Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary. We’ll be producing one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies with a talented cast who will sing, dance and act their way through this comedic romp. The production will take place on tour in surrounding villages and culminate in two shows at The Beehive in Honiton.



Posted 04/05/2016

 

Chesham Bois Catholic Players

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Bucks


Venue: The Little Theatre By The Park (Temperance Hall)

Box Office: Ticketsource

Hay Fever

Author: by Noel Coward

Hay Fever



Fri 20th - 21 May 7:30pm
Sun 22nd May 4:00pm
This is an amateur production presented by the Chesham Bois Cathoic Players by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd
Please feel free to bring your own drinks, and food for the interval.
Tea, Coffee and Cakes will be available for purchase.
First performed in 1925, Hay Fever is one of the best loved of Coward’s plays, with great staying power...
It tells of a weekend at a country house, where, without informing each other, each of the four members of an eccentric family has invited a guest to stay.
Judith, the mother and a retired actress has invited a young admirer who is not contemplating sharing her with any family. David, her husband thinks a sweet young thing will be perfect company and perhaps help him with research for his book ‘The Sinful Woman’, whilst brother and sister, Simon and Sorel, have asked older lovers, each anticipating having both the house and the lover to themselves.
When it turns out that they are all to live in close quarters for the weekend, chaos reigns, tempers flare and the quiet weekend turns into a hilarious finale in which the guests live to regret ever having accepted an invitation from the inimitable Blisses.




Posted 15/06/2016

 

Summerseat Players

Summerseat Players

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UK
Lancashire


Venue: The Theatre Royal, Smithy Street, Ramsbottom BL0 9AT

Box Office: 01706 826760 or Ticketsource

Blood Brothers (the play)

Author: by Willy Russell

Blood Brothers (the play)



21 to 28 May 2016 19:45
The play version of the musical, but with a little singing as well. Twins separated at birth for financial difficulties, raised in nearby but completely different environments, have several chance meetings and possible friendships as they grow up. What will happen if the secret of their history is revealed?



Posted 01/02/2016

 

Chads Theatre


www.chads.co.uk

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UK
Cheshire


Venue: Chads Theatre, Mellor Road, Cheadle Hulme SK8 5AU

The Lady Killers
by Graham Linehan

21 to 28 May 2016 19:45


Box Office: 0161 428 8712

 

Posted 01/02/2016

 

Kennington Amateur Dramatic Society

Kennington Amateur Dramatic Society



UK
Oxfordshire


Venue: Kennington Village Centre

Box Office: 01865 739025
Tickets: £8.50 conc £6.50 Family £25

Alice

Alice



Sun 21st May 2pm & 7:30pm Sat 22nd May 2pm
Please join us for a mad hatters tea party! Lots of great music and laughs. !
In memory of one of our young members who recently passed away. Will be a charity fundraiser.




Posted 14/04/2016

 

Northenden Players Theatre Club



UK
Manchester


Venue: Northenden Methodist Church Hall in Victoria Road, Northenden

Box Office: 0161 445 6868
Ticket prices are £8 for non members and £5 for members.
Arcadia

Author: Tom Stoppard

May 22nd, 24th-28th 2016 7:30pm



Posted 14/01/2016

 

Chelmsford Theatre Workshop

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UK
Essex


Venue: Civic Theatre, Chelmsford

Box Office: 01245 606505
Tickets £10

Birdland

Author: Simon Stephens

Birdland



24th - 28th May 2016 7:45pm
Written by renowned playwright Simon Stephens, the play focuses on Paul, the lead singer of a hugely successful rock band at the height of fame as they near the end of their world tour.
What follows is a gripping tale, with a window into the world of celebrity, an insight into the truth and myth of fame.
As the tour nears its end, the music, for Paul, is starting to jar.
Come on down and see this gripping piece!




Posted 10/05/2016

 

The Manifest Theatre Group



UK
Essex


Venue: Manifest Theatre, Oxford Road, Manningtree

Box Office: 07444 724271 or email: boxoffice@manifesttheatre.co.uk
Tickets: £7

Two fantastic one-act plays in one evening
A Different Way To Die
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A Different Way To Die and Tagged



Tuesday 24th Saturday 28th May 2016
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Posted 16/05/2016

 

Grosvenor Light Opera Company (GLOC)

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UK
London


Venue: Bridewell Theatre, 14 Bride Lane, London EC4Y 8EQ

Pirates of Penzance

Author: G&S

25th to 28th May 2016 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm



Box Office: 02073533331 or Tickets are now available from our website - only £12 if you buy before the end of April (then £16 online or £18 on the door). See www.gloc.org for details.

Pirates of Penzance

 

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Belmont Theatre Company



UK
Herts


Venue: Pump House Theatre , Local Board Road, Watford WD17 2JP

Box Office: 07917 324179 Tickets £12.50 Conces. £11

Night Must Fall

Author: by Emlyn Williams

Night Must Fall



Wednesday 25th - Saturday 28th May 7.45pm Inc Matinee on Saturday 2.45pm
In a forest in deepest Essex lives Mrs Bramson, a crotchety widowed hypochondriac. In her household we find niece Olivia, cook Mrs Terence and maid Dora. Mrs Bramson then hires a charming young man, Danny, as a live-in companion.

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Posted 17/03/2016

 

Johnstone Phoenix Theatre Group

Johnstone Phoenix Theatre Group
www.johnstonephoenix.moonfruit.com

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UK
Scotland


Venue: Johnstone Town Hall

Box Office: Tickets: £13 conc. £10
jpyt1@hotmail.com

Honk!

Honk!

Wed 25th - Fri 27th May 2016 7:30pm


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<25>Stevenage Lytton Players



UK
Herts


Venue: The Lytton Theatre, Vardon Road, Stevenage SG1 5PZ

Box Office: 01438 357407
Ticket Prices: £11.00 (£8.50c Wed, Thurs & Sat Mat).

Salad Days

Author: Music by Julian Slade
Lyrics by Dorothy Reynolds & Julian Slade
Director – Derek Blyth & Slava Budin-Jones
Musical Director – Derek Blyth
Choreographer – Slava Budin-Jones
Producer – Debbie Woolley

Salad Days



25th to 28th May 2016 7:45pm
Saturday Matinee 2:30pm
Salad Days is a joyful, fun and light show with no subplot, no hidden meanings and no parody ('though it has been much parodied, including a very funny Monty Python version). It was the longest running show in the West End until My Fair Lady overtook it and has been revived many times by small and medium scale theatres, amateur and professional.
After their graduation Jane and Timothy meet in a park to plan their lives. They agree to get married in secret, however Timothy's parents have urged him to ask his various influential uncles—a Minister, a Foreign Office official, a General and a scientist to find him suitable employment. Tim and Jane, decide that he must take the first job that he is offered which comes from a passing tramp who offers them £7 a week to look after his mobile piano for a month. They discover that when the piano plays it gives everyone close by an irresistible desire to dance! Timothy’s Uncle, the Minister of Pleasure and Pastime, attempts to ban the disruptive music and the piano vanishes. Timothy enlists his scientific Uncle Zed to take them in his flying saucer (yes a flying saucer!) to find it. When it is found, the tramp reappears to tell them that their month is up and the piano must be passed on to another couple. He also reveals that he is the unknown uncle of Timothy (whose parents had referred to "the one we don't mention"). Timothy and Jane look forward to the future with confidence.




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Tower Players

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Staffs


Venue: Prince of Wales, Church Street, Cannock, Staffs WS11 1DE

Confusions

Author: Alan Ayckbourn

From a devoted and isolated mother, to her unfaithful travelling salesman husband, through a solicitous waiter to well-heeled diners and an utterly shambolic garden fete, human frailty is laid bare as one hilarious situation after another unfolds.
Each of the plays connects to the next through one of its characters. From high farce to poignant observation; the laughs, however dark, keep coming.
In keeping with the group’s tradition of innovation and experiment, the show will be performed in-the-round.

Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th May



Box Office: Tickets £12 from boxoffice.wlct.org or phone 01543 578762

 

Posted 10/05/2016

 

Bedford College

UK
Beds


Venue: Bedford College, Beckett Studio Theatre

Box Office: 01234 291000
Tickets: £8
Students/Over 60s: £5

Spring Awakening

Author: Based on the play by Frank Wederkind

Spring Awakening



May 25th 7.00pm 26th 1:30pm & 7:00pm May 27th 7:00pm
Spring Awakening is the smash hit musical based on the original play by Frank Wedekind. The performance features strong topics around the 'coming of age'.
The show features strong language, sexual content and mature themes. 15+




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Ad Hoc Players Theatre Club



Essex

Venue: Brentwood Theatre, 15 Shenfield Road, Brentwood

Box Office: £13, £11 Concessions. £1 from every ticket sale to be donated to Haven House Children’s Hospice. Registered charity number: 1044296
Tickets are available from Brentwood Theatre or Ad Hoc Players website.
www.brentwoodtheatre.co.uk or www.adhocplayers.co.uk

THE ODD COUPLE (FEMALE VERSION)

Author: Neil Simon

The Odd Couple
(L-R) Sharon Sims, Jenny Harper, Leanne Taylor, Candy Lillywhite-Taylor, Lindsay Lovell
The Odd Couple
(L-R) Sharon Sims, Candy Lillywhite-Taylor, Jenny Harper, Lindsay Lovell, Leanne Taylor
Photos by Derek Wright



Thursday 26th, Friday 27th and Saturday 28th May.
All shows start at 8pm
New York City in 1985. Ungar and Madison are at it again; Florence Ungar and Olive Madison that is, in Neil Simon's adaptation of his hilarious comedy, the female version of 'The Odd Couple.' During a routine game of Trivial Pursuit between friends, news of a crisis hits. As a result, uptight neat-freak Florence moves in with slovenly party girl Olive. Can opposites attract, or will it all end in tears? You'll be in tears of laughter, that's for sure!



Posted 11/04/2016

 

Ingatestone & Fryerning Dramatic Club

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Essex


Venue: Theatre of the Ingatestone and Fryerning Community Association, 7 High Street, Ingatestone CM4 9ED

Box Office: Tickets are £9 each and can be purchased at Maggies, 41 High Street Ingatestone (01277 356262), or on the door. Reservations may be sent to if.dramaclub@btinternet.com. Check us out online or on Facebook

MURDER IN PLAY

Author: by Simon Brett

MURDER IN PLAY



26th, 27th and 28th May 2016 at 8.00 p.m.
Boris Smolensky’s budget repertory production of “Murder at Priorswell Manor” is looking decidedly shaky. The actors are more interested in their egos than the play, the props seem to have a life of their own, and the director has personal problems!

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Posted 04/05/2016

 

Orpen Players

Orpen Players



Essex

Venue: The Orpen Hall, West Bergolt

Box Office: 01206 241048 or Ash's Store from 14th May
Tickets: Friday & Saturday £7
Thursday £6
Supper and Show Tickket!
Dine at the Treble Tile before the show
Tickets include show and select menu £20 per person
Ring for details 01206 241712

Funny Money

Author: by Ray Cooney

Funny Money

26th - 28th May 8:00pm


Posted 10/05/2016

 

Stewarton Drama Group



UK
Scotland


Venue: Stewarton Area Centre

Box Office: Tickets, priced at £8.00 each, are selling well. You can reserve your seats by emailing us stewartondramagroup@hotmail.co.uk to let us know how many tickets you'd like to reserve and for which performance night. Alternatively tickets are available to buy in person at Stewarton Library or on the door on the night from 7.00pm.

AN EVENING OF SCOTTISH COMEDY AND DRAMA

AN EVENING OF SCOTTISH COMEDY AND DRAMAAN EVENING OF SCOTTISH COMEDY AND DRAMA



Thursday 26th May at 7.30pm and on Friday 27th May 2016 at 7.30pm. (Please note: No Saturday evening performance.) A licensed bar of wine will be on sale throughout the evening.
Two short plays in the Stewarton Area Centre. Both plays are written and directed by SDG member, Nancy McPherson, and both have a distinctly Scottish flavour ! 'The Night I Danced With Cyd Charisse' is set in a garage workshop, and 'The Untimely Outing of Minty McGraw' is set at a wedding reception in a snooker club !

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Posted 25/05/2016

 

Rossendale Players

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UK
Lancashire


Venue: The New Millennium Theatre, 69 Burnley Rd East,Waterfoot,Rossendale,Lancs.BB4 9AR

Box Office: All tickets £8 available from our ticket secretary Anne on 01706 228720
or in person from Watts News(next to the theatre)
All My Sons

Author: a drama by Arthur Miller
directed by Stanley Whittaker

Saturday May 28th - Saturday June 4th 2016 7:30pm

The Play is set in 1947 in the back garden of the Keller family home in middle America . Joe Keller , a successful business man and family man , has a guilty secret. He had been exonerated from supplying faulty parts for fighter planes from his factory causing the wartime deaths of 21 pilots but his partner , Steve Deever was convicted and has been in prison for the past 3 years.
The Keller’s eldest son, Larry, died while flying in the Far East although his mother, Kate, refuses to believe it and insists he will return home to marry his girlfriend Anne Deever, daughter of the convicted Steve.
The Keller’s second son, Chris, disillusioned after his wartime service, intends to marry Anne who, along with her brother George, has accepted their father’s guilt and refuses to visit him in prison until George receives an urgent call to visit his father.
Kate refuses to acknowledge Chris and Anne’s engagement, waiting for Larry to return, but George’s visit to his father brings new evidence of the court case and Anne is compelled to reveal Larry’s last letter which forces Joe and Kate to come to terms with the truth of the wartime scandal they have previously refused to acknowledge.



Posted 14/01/2016

 

Saundersfoot Footlights

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www.saundersfootamdram.co.uk

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UK
Wales


Venue: Regency Hall, Saundersfoot

Box Office: tickets now available online at www.saundersfootamdram.co.uk

Lifetime! The Musical

Author: created and written by members of Saundersfoot Footlights

Lifetime! The Musical



30th May - 4th June
'Lifetime!' is an original piece, created and written by members of Saundersfoot Footlights. It follows the story of one family through the eyes of three generations and includes a large variety of well known musical theatre songs.



Posted 22/05/2016

 

Sutton Coldfield Musical Theatre Company


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UK
Birmingham


Venue: Lichfield Garrick Theatre, Castle Dyke, Lichfield WS13 6HR

Box Office: 01543 412121
www.lichfieldgarrick.com
Tickets £16 - £18
Hairspray The Musical

Tuesday 31st May - Saturday 4th June. 7.30pm. 2.30pm matinee Saturday



Posted 07/01/2016

 

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