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May 2017

Rickmansworth Players

Rickmansworth Players
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Herts


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

Box Office: Ticketsource

Allo Allo

Allo Allo



Tuesday 2nd May – Sat 6th May, 2017 at 7.30pm + Saturday matinee at 2.30pm
Based on the hugely popular TV series, this uproarious comedy follows the adventures of Rene, a hapless café owner in occupied France, as he and his wife Edith struggle to keep for themselves a priceless portrait stolen by the Nazis and hidden in a knockwurst sausage in the cellar! From the pen of the original script writers Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft, this a fast-paced, saucy and hilarious farce.



Posted 21/01/2017

 

Keele Drama Society

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Staffordshire


Venue: Stoke On Trent Repertory Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent

Box Office: Ticketsource

Jock on the Go

Author: Arnold Bennett

Jock on the Go



2nd - 5th May 7:30pm


Posted 26/04/2017

 

East Norfolk Operatic Society



UK
Norfolk


Venue: Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich

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

The Yeomen Of The Guard

Author: Gilbert and Sullivan

The Yeomen Of The Guard



3rd May 2017 to 6th May 2017
Performances are at 7.30 pm each evening with a matinee show on 6th May at 2.30 pm.
The East Norfolk Operatic Society present the comic opera ‘The Yeomen Of The Guard’ at The Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich from Wednesday 3rd May 2017 to Saturday 6th May 2017.
The timeless story of the love-lorn jester who foolishly allows his maid to marry a condemned man in order to inherit a fortune. Having become a bride and expecting to become a widow within the hour the maid is horrified to learn that her new husband has escaped and she is left married yet penniless .
There is, however, a happy ending for husband and wife, not so for the jester.
This, the tenth opera in the G & S canon, contains some of Sullivan’s finest music and allowed Gilbert to create totally believable characters populating the Tower of London in the 16th Century.




Posted 15/10/2016

 

Bristol Musical Theatre

Bristol Musical Theatre
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Bristol


Venue: Redgrave Theatre, Clifton, Bristol

Box Office: 07562 391986 or Ticketsource or boxoffice@bristolmusicaltheatre.co.uk

Hello Dolly

Author: Book by Michael Stewart
Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman

Hello Dolly



3rd - 6th May 2017


Posted 15/11/2016

 

Hereford Musical Theatre Company
formerly Hereford Amateur Operatic Society



UK
Herefordshire


Venue: The Tomkins Theatre, Whitecross Road, Hereford HR4 0DH

Box Office: Ticketsource or 0333 666 3366
Tickets: £12 conc. £11

Return to the Forbidden Planet

Return to the Forbidden Planet



3rd - 6th May 2017 7:30pm
This Jukebox musical is a combination of Shakespeare's The Tempest and the 1956 science fiction film Forbidden Planet
Filled with songs you know and love such as:
- Great Balls of Fire
- Good Vibrations
- Shake Rattle and Roll
-... and many more!
You know you're in for a fantastic night!




Posted 16/02/2017

 

Preston Musical Comedy Society

Preston Musical Comedy Society
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UK
Lancashire


Venue: Preston Guild Hall & Charter Theatre

Box Office: prestonguildhall.co.uk
PRICES FROM: £17.50


Get your glitter on and take the ride of your life with the hilarious and heart-warming Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
Based on the Oscar® award-winning film, Priscilla tells the story of Tick, Bernadette and Adam, a glamorous Sydney-based performing trio who hop aboard a battered old bus searching for love and friendship in the middle of the Australian outback and end up finding more than they could ever have dreamed.
Priscilla is a visually spectacular theatre experience, featuring a dazzling array of outrageous costumes & features a hit parade of over 20 dance-floor favourites including ‘It’s Raining Men’, ‘Finally’ and ‘I Will Survive’. This Lancashire Premier will have audiences dancing in the aisles so book early!
Get on the bus to the Heart of Fabulous!


Priscilla Queen of the Desert

Author: Book by Stephan Elliott and Allan Scott
Based on the Latent Image/Specific Films Motion Picture
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc.
Produced by NULLARBOR PRODUCTIONS
In association with MGM ON STAGE
Musical Arrangements and Orchestrations by Stephen ‘Spud’ Murphy
Developed for the Stage and Originally Directed by Simon Phillips
The original motion picture was written and directed by Stephan Elliott, produced by Al Clark and Michael Hamlyn, executive producer Rebel Penfold-Russell and was financed with the assistance of the Film Finance Corporation Australia Limited and the New South Wales Film and Television Office.

Priscilla Queen of the Desert



3rd - 6th May 2017


Posted 24/03/2017

 

Loughborough University Arts

Loughborough University Arts



UK
Lincolnshire


Venue: Loughborough University Cope Auditorium

Music Scholarship Concert Celebrates Loughborough Talent

LU Arts is set to host a concert celebrating four of the best Loughborough University student musicians who have been awarded the prestigious Music Scholarship.

Taking place on Wednesday 3rd May at the University’s Cope Auditorium, the annual recital aims to showcase the musical talent at the University.

Each year, LU Arts selects a handful of the most talented students, following a rigorous application process and live audition, to receive the annual Music Scholarship award of £500 towards their on-going musical development.
The winners of the 2016-17 Music Scholarships are:
· George Rossouw, a drummer studying Aeronautical Engineering who has performed professionally as part of jazz bands, orchestras, and on stages across the country.

· Frederic Cazals, a cellist studying Aeronautical Engineering. Frederic obtained the Certificate of Musical Studies in 2014 at the Conservatory of Aix en Provence, France and has performed at the Oxford Cello School, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Resound, and Campus Musicus in Switzerland and Hungary.

Jieye Qin, a pianist studying for a PhD in Economics who performs regularly at the Trinity Methodist Church in Loughborough, and in 2015 performed soprano at the Festival of Church Music at Westminster Central Hall, London.

Han Ye, a pianist studying Mathematical Finance, who obtained Piano Grade 9 at China’s Central Conservatory of Music and has performed at Shanghai University, as well as providing music tutoring to children with autism.

Nick Slater, Director of Arts at Loughborough, commented:

“We are committed to the development of outstanding musical talent from the University through this scholarship and performance. The concert will be an exciting opportunity to hear the talent that exists at Loughborough performing live across a range of styles.”

Wednesday 3rd May at 12.30pm



Box Office: Booking is not required and all are welcome to attend.

 

Posted 27/04/2017

 

New Eltham Community Productions - NECP




UK
Loondon


Venue: The Centre, New Eltham Methodist Church, 435-439 Footscray Road, New Eltham, London, SE9 3UL

Box Office: Phone: 020 8851 9881 or Email: necpneweltham@yahoo.co.uk
Online (Booking Fee Applies): Ticketsource
Tickets are £10 on Thursday and £12 on Friday and Saturday

Grand Hotel

Grand Hotel



Thursday 4th, Friday 5th and Saturday 6th May 2017 7:30pm
It is 1928. The world is between wars, the stock market is booming, Berlin is the centre of high life, and optimism rules the day.

The story intertwines a cast of eccentric characters through a series of fateful encounters. Passing through the golden light and dark shadows of The Grand Hotel is the fading, still-beautiful Prima Ballerina, the charming young Baron, out of money, riding on his looks, the ambitious Hollywood hopeful, the mortally ill bookeeper, meeting society before his grave, the honest, hardworking father-to-be and the doctor, whose cynical tone foreshadows the looming depression.

Grand Hotel richly contrasts comedy, tragedy, glitz, and realism and is sure to captivate you, so come, spend a night or two in the world’s most opulent, extravagant hotel. Perhaps you will find your fortune there, perhaps you will find true love, perhaps all of your dreams will come true...




Posted 27/02/2017

 

College Park Players

College Park Players
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UK
London


Venue: Burnt Ash Methodist Church Hall, SE12 0QD

Box Office: 020 8857 5160 or rynlnd@aol.com or enquiries@collegeparkplayers.com
Tickets £7 Conc. £6

It Could Be Anyone Of Us

Author: A comedy by Alan Ayckbourn

It Could Be Anyone Of Us



Thurs 4th - Fri 5th May 7:45pm
Sat 6th May 2:30pm



Posted 12/04/2017

 

CATS Juniors

CATS Juniors



UK
Manchester


Venue: St Andrews Chrush Hall, Brownley Road, Wythenshawe M22 0DW

Box Office: 0161 945 1051
Tickets £5.00

Allsorts

Allsorts



Sat 6th May 7:00pm
Sun 7th May 5:30pm
A fund raising family show.



Posted 21/04/2017

 

New Stagers Theatre Club

New Stagers Theatre Club
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London


Venue: The Duchess in Battersea

Box Office: Tickets are available at www.wandsworthfringe.com for £7 each.

Remember Scarborough

Author: Damian Stuart

Remember Scarborough



07 - 10 May
A British Sign Language interpreter will be available on 10th May 2017 to make that performance accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2017, leading London amateur theatre company, New Stagers, is proud to be producing Remember Scarborough, the debut play of Damian Stuart.

Staring Jon Davis as “Old Man” and Adam Smart as Old Man’s younger self, this emotionally charged play explores the naïve excitement of young servicemen during the second world war through a one-sided conversation between a former RAF bombardier and his long since dead war buddy. The Old Man’s wartime experiences and the consequences of war quickly destroy his naivety and he realizes that the devastating, lifelong and life changing effects of war are more widespread than the wounds of the servicemen themselves and cannot be papered over by the VE Day parties.
Joint Chairman of New Stagers, Joanna Dodd said: “We are thrilled to have two shows as part of Wandsworth Fringe this year. Scene Unseen showcases some of the talented actors and writers that we have at New Stagers as it is a series of short plays, written by our members and performed with minimal reliance on costumes and scenery. It was a huge success last year and promises to be so again this year. Damian Stuart’s play, Remember Scarborough has a level of emotion that has grabbed us all by the throat and is to be performed by two very talented members in Jon and Adam. I cannot wait to see both shows and I know that audiences will love them.”




Posted 03/05/2017

 

Droylsden Little Theatre

Droylsden Little Theatre

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Manchester


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

Breaking the Code

Author: A Drama by Hugh Whitemore
Directed by Richard Parker

The exceptional biographical drama about a man who broke too many codes: the eccentric genius Alan Turing who played a major role in winning the World War II; he broke the complex German code called Enigma, enabling allied forces to foresee German maneuvers. Since his work was classified top secret for years after the war, no one knew how much was owed to him when he was put on trial for breaking another code the taboo against homosexuality.

Monday 08th to Saturday 13th May 2017



Box Office: Booking commences 27th April 2017
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Posted 29/11/2016

 

Sudbury Dramatic Society

Sudbury Dramatic Society
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UK
Suffolk


Venue: Quay Theatre, Sudbury

Box Office: Ticketsolve

The Ladykillers

The Ladykillers



9 May - 13 May 19:45
Classic crime comedy comes to Sudbury. In a house near Kings Cross station a determined widow and her diseased parrot are pitched against the collective wits of a gang of robbers posing as amateur musicians in order to rob the mail train. As the comedy darkens the question of who will survive and who will thrive takes some unexpected turns. Written by Graham Linehan (Father Ted, The IT Crowd) and based on the Ealing Films comedy, The Ladykillers took the West End by storm and now it is Sudbury’s turn. From the creative team behind the SDS production of The 39 Steps this promises to be fast paced and full of laughs. Book early! An amateur production by kind permission of Samuel French



Posted 02/04/2017

 

Manor Operatic Society

Manor Operatic Society
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UK
Yorkshire


Venue: Sheffield City Hall

Box Office: Call: 01709 365108 Manor Operatic Line
Call: 01142 789789 Sheffield City Hall
Book on-line: www.sheffieldcityhall.co.uk

Singin' in The Rain

Singin' in The Rain



10th - 13th May 2017


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Endon Dramatic Society



UK
Staffordshire


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

Box Office: Tickets £7.00 or £6.00 concessions includes programme and refreshments.
Advance ticket enquires: 01782 412641 / 07870 750857

Secondary Cause of Death

Author: Peter Gordon

Secondary Cause of Death



Wed 10th May - Sat 13th May 7.30pm
A comedy thriller by Peter Gordon From the author of Murdered to Death comes the eagerly-anticipated sequel. It’s now 1939, and storm clouds are gathering over Europe. Having inherited Bagshot House, Colonel Charles Craddock has converted the property into a hotel for the discerning visitor. Soon Inspector Pratt arrives once again at Bagshot House, bearing grim news for the Colonel. But that’s just the beginning - Who is the strange Polish Count? Is Henrietta really an army captain? And where does the flamboyant thespian Cardew Longfellow fit into the picture? When Joan Maple’s sister Cynthia arrives to stage a murder mystery evening, it’s not long before Pratt’s visit turns into a chaotic nightmare as the bodies pile higher than ever!



Posted 26/02/2017

 

Clumber Players

Clumber Players
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UK
Nottinghamshire


Venue: The Riding Hall, Thoresby Park, Nr. Ollerton, NG22 9EP

Box Office: 01623 822 009 or 01909 731 778

Much Ado About Nothing

Author: William Shakespeare

Much Ado About Nothing



May 10th - 13th 7:30pm


Posted 25/04/2017

 

Cassio Productions



UK
Herts


Venue: The Pumphouse Theatre & Arts Centre in Watford

Box Office: www.cassioproductions.co.uk/next-show

Side by Side

Author: Stephen Sondheim

Side by Side



10th to 13th May 2017


Posted 04/05/2017

 

Headgate Theatre Productions

Headgate Theatre Productions
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UK
Essex


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

Box Office: Ticketsource
Tickets: £12, £11 (over 65s), £10 (students)

Yes, Prime Minister

Author: Anthony Jay & Jonathan Lynn

Yes, Prime Minister



Wednesday 10th - Saturday 13th May at 7:45pm + Sat matinée at 2:30 pm
The hugely successful political comedy returns in Jay & Lynn's stage revival. Follow the exploits of Jim Hacker, Sir Humphrey Appleby and Bernard Woolley as they get to grips with financial disaster, Europe flexing its muscles and an offer from a foreign power they cannot refuse.
With the country on the brink of financial meltdown the PM is staring disaster in the face with his only apparent salvation in a morally dubious deal with the Foreign Minister of Kumranistan. Will Jim Hacker and his team of advisors be able to rescue the country from the edge?
Not to be missed. Some strong language & adult themes.
Some strong language & adult themes.




Posted 09/05/2017

 

High Tor Players

High Tor Players
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UK
Derbyshire


Venue: Thu 11th May Ashover Parish Hall
Fri 12th May Bakewell Town Hall
Sat 13th May Wirksworth Town Hall
Perfoemnces at 7:30pm


Box Office: Ashover & Wirksworth Tickets: 01629 733407
Bakewell tickets online at ticketsource.co.uk or 01629 810152
Tickets £8

Habeas Corpus

Author: Alan Bennett

Habeas Corpus

Following February's Murder Mystery we return to bodies very much living in Alan Bennett's Habeas Corpus. Mismanaged lust - mistaken identity - dropped trousers...Habeas Corpus has all the ingredients of a classic farce, spiced with the warmth and humanity of Alan Bennett's razor-sharp wit.
In a satirical merry-go-round, we meet a family and acquaintances for whom the determination to put sex and the satisfactions of the body before everything else is the ruling passion of their lives. A farcical comedy in which the characters move about through a maze of mistaken identities and sexual encounters. This is Alan Bennett at his comedic best.




Posted 06/02/2017

 

Quince Players


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UK
Berks


Venue: Cordes Hall, High Sreet, Sunninghill SL3 9NE

Box Office: 01344 874200 or www.quinceplayers.co.uk
Tickets: £12

Pygmalion

Author: by Bernard Shaw
Director: Andrew Darling

Pygmalion



Thursday 11th May to Saturday 13th May & Thursday 18th May to Saturday 20th May 7:45pm
The much loved story about the cockney flower girl, Eliza Doolittle and Professor Higgins was later made into the timeless musical My Fair Lady, starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison.



Posted 07/02/2016

 

Woodfield Entertainers

Woodfield Entertainers
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UK
Surrey


Venue: Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall, Ashstead

Box Office: 07941 105 612
Tickets are £10 for adults which includes a light supper and a glass of wine.

Heroes!

Heroes! Heroes!



May 11 – 13
The Woodfield Entertainers return this May with star studded show – Heroes! From Wilder to Wogan, it’s going to be legendary!
This year’s May Show is an exciting mix of songs and sketches to celebrate the famous people who died in 2016. Produced and Directed by Woodies member Georgina Margetts, she said:
“This is my second time directing but first time doing a May Show. I’ve had to choose the material myself this time, but with the theme of the show, it really wasn’t that hard!
“Tickets are only £10 and with that you get a glass of wine, a light supper and an awesome show – what’s not to love?
I hope to see lots of new faces at the show even if it’s ‘just for one day’…”
Fancy your time in the limelight or more handy back stage? The group are always looking for new members. For more information or to book tickets visit www.woodfieldentertainers.co.uk or call the Box Office on 07941 105 612.




Posted 16/02/2017

 

Stoke Poges Players

Stoke Poges Players
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UK
Bucks


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

Box Office: 01753 677032 email stokepogesplayers@hotmail.co.uk
or via the website: www.stokepogesplayers.org
Ticket Prices: £8 adult, £6 concessions

Zoo and Whistleblower

Author: “Zoo” written by Terry Adlam
“Whistleblower” a drama written by Michael Pearcy

Zoo and Whistleblower



Thursday, Friday and Saturday May 11th, 12th and 13th at 7:30 pm
Stoke Poges Players present Zoo and Whistleblower two one act plays when they bring to life the answers two men have to ask themselves in two one act plays when the unexpected happens?
The first man Richard, the Manager of Southmoor Zoo and Wildlife Park, is the main character in “Zoo” written by Terry Adlam. In this comedy Richard has to cope with his belligerent secretary, escaping inmates, visitors that end up in the wrong place and all the while trying to keep it together before the visiting owner arrives. Does he manage it?
The second Paul Tomlin, a journalist, appears in “Whistleblower” a drama written by Michael Pearcy. Paul is contacted by a former colleague who gives him a package. What does Angela his wife think about her husband’s late night visitor? Why does a Home Office Internal Investigations Officer continually ask questions? What is in the package? Tension builds between the couple before Paul confesses all to his wife.
The writers Terry Adlam and Michael Pearcy are both members of Slough Writers who are celebrating their 50th year. They meet most Monday nights upstairs at the Palmers Arms in Dorney, from 7:30pm. More about Slough Writers can be found on their website at www.sloughwriters.org.uk




Posted 18/04/2017

 

Orpen Players

Orpen Players



UK
Esses


Venue: The Orpen Memorial Hall, West Bergholt

Box Office: 01206241048 opens 29th April at Ash's Store
Tickets: Thursday £6 Friday & Saturday £7

Something's Burning

Author: Eric Chappell

Something's Burning



11th - 13th May 8pm


Posted 21/04/2017

 

Garden Suburb Theatre



UK
London


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

Box Office: Tickets cost £12 (£10 concessions). To book, go to Ticketsource

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH

Author: Alan Ayckbourn

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH



11-13 May at 7.30pm
Garden Suburb Theatre presents Alan Ayckbourn’s NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH. Bluebell Hill Development is a wonderful place to live, until an innocent mistake leads to the residents taking extreme measures to protect themselves.
In this play, highly topical given recent political events, Ayckbourn suggests that the biggest threat to the neighbourhood is not the danger that lies outside it but the fear that spreads within it. With some blissful comic moments, love at first sight, affairs, medieval torture devices and gnomes, there really is something for everyone.
Neighbourhood Watch is GST’s entry in the Barnet and District Drama Festival.




Posted 05/05/2017

 

Kill Musical & Dramatic Society

Kill Musical & Dramatic Society
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Venue: Dew Drop Inn Late Lounge in Kill Village

Box Office: Tickets are €10 and you can book your seats by calling 087-1043820

An Evening of One Act Plays

An Evening of One Act Plays



11 May - 14 May 8:00pm
Kill Musical & Dramatic Society are back again with our annual and hugely popular One Act Plays.
This year, four local and talented directors will stage a variety of one-act productions including 'Wolf by the Ears' by Mattie Lennon, 'Gun to Head' by Niamh Denyer, 'God's Visit' by Evan Guildford-Blake and 'Costa Del Packet' by Anthony Booth.
Our performances take place in the intimate settings of the Dew Drop Inn Late Lounge in Kill Village




Posted 11/05/2017

 

Stane Street Players



UK
Essex


Venue: Earls Colne Village Hall Friday 12th May 8:00pm
Box Office: www.stanestreetplayers.co.uk
Empire Theatre, Halstead Saturday 20th May 8:00pm
Box Office: www.empire-theatre.co.uk


Our Man in Havana

Author: By Grahame Greene, adapted by Clive Francis

Our Man in Havana

Our Man in Havana tells the story of Wormold, a hapless Hoover salesman unwittingly recruited by the British secret service, who invents a network of fictitious contacts and dispatches diagrams of vacuum-cleaner parts as classified information.
Clive Francis's stage adaptation features a priceless scene in which MI5 mandarins examine the evidence of these supposed weapons of mass de-suction. Yet, as has been recently proved, Greene reported to the British intelligence services until the end of his life. Was he, like Wormold, a spinner of wild fictions masquerading as a spy? Or a spy working under the cover of his fiction?
Francis's adaptation, first seen in 2007, is a fast-moving, four-handed farce that serves the material faithfully, while never squandering an opportunity to send it up.




Posted 15/03/2017

 

Leicester Vocal Tech
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UK
Leicestershire


Venue: The Y Theatre, Leicester, LE16EY

Box Office: 01162557066
This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe)

Annie

Annie



Saturday 13th May 2:30pm & 7:30pm


Posted 16/03/2017

 

Teesside Musical Theatre Company

Teesside Musical Theatre Company
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UK
North East


Venue: Middlesbrough Theatre

Box Office: Please contact our ticket secretaries to order tickets:
Jacquie Kelly on 01287 635259 or 07712 485211
Sue Bargewell on 01642 275970 or 07806 786327
£15 for adults for all performances and £10 for under 14s. There will be no matinee. The Saturday performance commences at 18.15. All other performances commence at 19.15

SPAMALOT

SPAMALOT



Monday 15th – Saturday 20th May 2017, including a Saturday matinee
Teesside Musical Theatre Company were proud to be the first theatre company in this area to be granted a licence to perform “Spamalot”, and this will undoubtedly be the most amazing and hilarious production which will appeal to everyone who wants to leave the theatre feeling happy and thoroughly entertained.



Posted 17/02/2017

 

Abingdon Drama Club



UK
Oxfordshire


Venue: Unicorn Theatre

Box Office: www.abingdon-drama-club.com
Tickets: £10, £8 concessions (60+, Under 12s, Students, ADC members)

The Odd Couple

Author: Neil Simon

The Odd Couple



Mon 15th - Wed 17th May | 7:30pm
This classic comedy opens as a group of men assemble for a cards night in the flat of the recently dumped Oscar Madison (Nick Kovari). If the mess is any indication, it’s no wonder that his girlfriend left him. Late to arrive is Felix Ungar (George Towersey) who has just been separated from his girlfriend. Fastidious and depressed, Felix seems suicidal, but as the action unfolds, Oscar becomes the one with murder on his mind when the clean freak and the slob ultimately decide to share a flat with hilarious results as The Odd Couple is born.
Director, Andrea Mardon says, “This play is the culmination of 7 years of teaching and performing with these young actors. I feel as if in some ways we have been leading up to this show for years. It’s such good fun to see all of our work over the years coming together in this production. They give such strong, confident performances. Many of them are studying performing arts at college level and want to go on to drama school. I’m so fortunate to have a group of talented, serious minded young artists to work with”.




Posted 24/04/2017

 

The Three Towns Operatic Society

The Three Towns Operatic Society

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UK
Lancashire


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

Box Office: 01942 676594, 01942 605369 or call in at The Baby Centre, 15 Queen Street, Leigh 01942 665615
Tickets: £11 & £13 Concessions available

H.M.S. Pinafore & Trial by Jury

Author: Gilbert & Sullivan

H.M.S. Pinafore & Trial by Jury



Tuesday 16th – Saturday 20th May 2017 7.30pm
Her Majesty's Ship Pinafore is setting sail for a splash hit event in May! Gilbert and Sullivan's first blockbuster is among the most crowd-pleasing comic musicals in history, loved for its dynamite songs, highly entertaining story and saucy satire. The captain's daughter is in love with an ordinary sailor but her father has a more sophisticated suitor in mind. Will she and her beloved defy convention and set sail for love? Filled with Sullivan's memorable melodies – H.M.S. Pinafore is pure joy and sensational entertainment for everyone.



Posted 16/01/2017

 

TAOS Musical Theatre


www.trowbridgeops.co.uk



UK
Wiltshire


Venue: Arc Theatre, Trowbridge

Box Office: Ticketsource

Made in Dagenham

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Made in Dagenham



16th - 20th May
Inspired by a true story and based on the hit movie, Made in Dagenham is the uplifting new West End musical comedy about friendship, love and the importance of fighting for what is right.
Essex 1968. Like millions of other working women, each morning Rita O’Grady is just trying to get her husband out of bed, get the kids off to school and get to work at the factory on time. But life is about to change forever when it’s announced that the girls in the stitching room of Ford’s Dagenham car plant will have their pay grade dropped to ‘unskilled’. Quickly drawing on a strength she never knew she had, Rita leads her friends in a battle against the might of Ford and the corruption of the Union supposed to protect them. As the girls’ inspiring journey gets bigger than anyone could have imagined, the pressure is too much for some, but can Rita keep up the fight and the happy home she’s worked so hard for?
Funny, touching and timeless, Made in Dagenham shows how ordinary people can do extraordinary things when they stand together.




Posted 29/01/2017

 

Basingstoke Amateur Theatrical Society



UK
Hampshire


Venue: The Haymarket, Basingstoke

Box Office: target="_blank">www.anvilarts.org.uk
Tickets: Opening night £18.50 (no concessions), all other performances £23.50; Over 65s and f/t students £21.50, under 16s £15 (includes £2 booking fee). Early booker offer: £2 off (offer valid until 31 Mar or first 300 tickets sold – whichever comes first)

Spamalot

Author: Monty Python

Spamalot



16 - 20 May, 7.30pm
Sat 2.30pm
Lovingly ripped off from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Spamalot tells the tale of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. With beautiful show girls, some cows, killer rabbits and French people, Spamalot has something for everyone (did we mention the beautiful show girls?).
This multi-award-winning musical features tunes more magical than a Camelot convention, including Find Your Grail, The Song That Goes Like This and the nation's favourite Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life.
Please note: the show contains adult humour and lots of silliness!




Posted 06/05/2017

 

Louth Playgoers Society



UK
Lincolnshire


Venue: The Riverhead Theatre, Victoria Road, Louth LN11 0BX

Box Office: 01507 600350
Tickets: £12.00, Under 18s £6.00
Theatrecards £11.00, Under 18s £5.00

Jesus Christ Superstar

Author: by Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice
Directed by Sue Hamilton

Jesus Christ Superstar



Wednesday 17th – 27th May 2017
(No performance Sunday 21st May)
Time: 7.30pm
Jesus Christ Superstar is a rock opera based on the last week of Jesus’s life and was the first musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice to be produced for the professional stage. The show opened on 12th October 1971 at the Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York with the London production opening on 9th August 1972. By the time it closed, after some eight years and 3,358 performances, it had become the longest-running musical in West End history.



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Normanton Five Towns Musical Theatre Society

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UK
Yorkshire


Venue: Normanton Junior Academy Hall, Church Lane WF61EY

Box Office: Ticketsource or 07791 029520
Tickets: Adults £12 Conc. £10 Families £40

Little Shop of Horrors

Little Shop of Horrors



Weds 17th to Fri 19th May 7:15pm
Sat Mat 20th May 2:00pm



Posted 09/03/2017

 

Thorpe Players



UK
Surrey


Venue: Thorpe Village Hall

Box Office: Tickets are £10.00 (or just £9 if you book before 18th 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

Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime

Author: by Constance Cox, based on a short story by Oscar Wilde

Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime



Wednesday 17th to Saturday 20th May at 8pm
Newly engaged, Lord Arthur is told his future by a palm-reader and to his horror he finds out that he will commit murder! Anxious to get the crime out of the way before the wedding, he tries many methods and several victims, but to no avail. Can he succeed in his mission? Will the beautiful Lady Sybil wait for him? And just who is Winkelkopf anyway?
An evening of laugh-out-loud comedy, full of Wildean wit and glamour.




Posted 28/03/2017

 

Duston Players

Duston Players
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UK
Northamptonshire


Venue: Duston Community Centre, Pendle Road, Northampton

Box Office: 07766 442279

Two one act plays, "Disaster Cast" by Sarah James & Tim Dwelly and "The House of Fog" by Peter Brammer

Two one act plays,



May 17th to 20th 2017


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Two Rivers Theatre Company

UK
Suffolk


Venue: Sir John Mills Theatre, Gatacre Road, Ipswich IP1 2LQ

Box Office: www.easternangles.co.uk or 01473 211498
Tickets: Adults £9 Conc. £8

Beyond a Joke

Author: Derek Benfield

Beyond a Joke



17th to 20th May 2017 7:45pm


Posted 01/05/2017

 

South Staffordshire Performing Arts Department

South Staffordshire Performing Arts Department
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Staffordshire


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

Box Office: 01543 412121 or www.lichfieldgarrick.com/Once-On-This-Island
£9.50, £6.50 (students)

Once on This Island

Once on This Island



17th & 18th May
This contemporary adaptation of The Little Mermaid tells the tale of fantastical gods who rule an island and guide a young peasant girl on a quest to test the strength of her love against the powerful forces of prejudice, hatred and death.



Posted 02/05/2017

 

Loughborough University Arts

Loughborough University Arts



UK
Leicestershire


Venue: Loughborough University's Cope Auditorium

The University Choir Spring Concert

UNIVERSITY CHOIR CONCERT TAKES MUSICAL JOURNEY ACROSS STAGE, SCREEN AND SURF
The Loughborough University Choir will journey across the ages as part of their upcoming spring concert.
On Wednesday 17th May, ‘Songs from the Stage, Screen and Surf’ will take audiences through Borodin's 12th century Russia with the Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor; Verdi's ancient Egypt with the Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves from Nabucco and Gounod's 16th century Germany in the Soldiers' Chorus from Faust.
There will also be a chance to enjoy Victorian drama with Gilbert and Sullivan and to join in with some Music Hall favourites, before fast-forwarding to a different scene in 1960s California.
The popular and long-established University Choir is open to all staff and students, as well as the general public aged 16 and over.
Producing a fun and varied set of live events across the year, the group meets every Monday during term time in the Cope Auditorium.

Wednesday 17th May at 7:30pm



Box Office: Tickets are £7.00 and £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 04/05/2017

 

Ratae Co-operative Players

Ratae Co-operative Players
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Leicestershire


Venue: Leicester College of Performing Arts, Garden Street

Box Office: 0777 567 9435.
Tickets: £8.00.
Concessions: £7.00

The Lion in Winter

Author: James Goldman
Directed by David Smith

The Lion in Winter



17 to 20 May 7:30pm
Come see this play about the gamesmanship and political intrigue of Henry II, Eleanor of Aquitaine and their power hungry sons.



Posted 09/05/2017

 

Monday Players


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UK
Yorkshire


Venue: The Village Hall, Escrick

Box Office: Tickets available from:
Monday Players Members
01904 728303 or tickets@mondayplayers.com
Tickets £7

See How They Run

Author: Philip King

See How They Run



Thurs 18th to Sat 20th May 2017 7:30pm


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Thurrock Courts Players



UK


Venue: Thameside Theatre

Box Office: 07475 634 474
Tickets Adults £13, Concessions £11

Bedroom Farce

Author: Alan Ayckbourn

Bedroom Farce



18-20 May 2017
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. The action takes place sequentially in the three beleaguered couples' bedrooms during one endless Saturday night of co-dependence and dysfunction. Beds, tempers and domestic order are ruffled, leading all the players to a hilariously touching epiphany.



Posted 23/03/2017

 

The Moat Players

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West Midlands


Venue: St. Mary's Church Hall, Hobs Meadow, Solihull, B92 8PN

Box Office: Tickets cost £8.00 for adults and £6.50 for concessions, and can be booked by calling the ticket hotline on 07760 306605

Variety at the Moat

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Variety at the Moat



Thursday 18th, Friday 19th & Saturday 20th May 2017 7:30pm
The show comprises songs from a variety of genres, some comedy sketches, and one or two other surprises along the way.
For more details, visit our website or our Facebook page




Posted 27/03/2017

 

Amersham Playgoers Theatre Group

Amersham Playgoers Theatre Group
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UK
Bucks


Venue: Amersham Community Centre - Drake Hall

The Lady In The Van

Author: Alan Bennett

“No one knew her well” A quote from Alan Bennett.
The time is 1974, the place Camden Town, when Alan Bennett first meets Miss Mary Shepherd, a smelly lethally dotty old lady, living in a van near his home. Miss Shepherd progressively moves down the street until she arrives outside his neighbours opposite. A liberal area of intellectuals who feel slightly guilty that they can’t just get rid of her. Alan Bennett invites Mary (or is it Margaret?) to stay on his driveway for what he thought would be a matter of weeks. She actually stayed 15 years!
Ex pianist, would-be nun, a criminal on the run? This is a dramatization taken from diaries written at the time by the author, based on fact, which is comical, sad, intriguing and at times unbelievable.

Thursday 18th, Friday 19th & Saturday 20th May 2017 8:00pm



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Posted 29/03/2017

 

Ad Hoc Players Theatre Club

Ad Hoc Players Theatre Club
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UK
Essex


Venue: Brentwood Theatre, 15 Shenfield Road, Brentwood

Box Office: TICKETS
£13, £11 Concessions. Every ticket sale includes a £1 donation in aid of Cancer Research UK. Registered charity number: 1089464
Tickets are available from Brentwood Theatre or Ad Hoc Players ticket website.
www.brentwoodtheatre.co.uk
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Oh, Carol!

Author: Eddie Coleman
Directed by Wendi Sheard

Oh, Carol! Oh, Carol!



Thursday 18th, Friday 19th, and Saturday 20th May.
All shows start at 8pm

Oh, Carol! Oh, Carol! Oh, Carol! Oh, Carol! Oh, Carol! Oh, Carol! Oh, Carol!

What would you do if someone you cared for fell in love with the wrong person? Would you try and talk them out of it or leave them to their own devices? Comedy, confusion and sadness all ensue, after Martin’s friends and family meet Carol, his not so typical girlfriend.



Posted 05/04/2017

 

Stretton Players

Stretton Players
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UK
Shropshire


Venue: Silvester Horne Institute, Church Stretton

Box Office: Tickets £8 (under 16 half price) available from John R. Thomas and Burway Books and online at strettonplayers.wordpress.com

'Allo 'Allo

Author: Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft

'Allo 'Allo



18, 19, 20 May 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm



Posted 13/04/2017

 

Kings Langley Players


www.klp.org.uk



UK
Herts


Venue: The Community Centre, Kings Langley

Box Office: tickets £12/£10 http://www.klp.org.uk
0333 666 3366

A Streetcar Named Desire

Author: Tennessee Williams

A Streetcar Named Desire



18-20 May
Steamy New Orleans is the setting for Tennessee Williams’ emotionally charged and claustrophobic tale of a family in meltdown. Fragile and neurotic Blanche du Bois, genteel and needy, is forced to stay with her younger married sister in the working class ‘French Quarter’. Friction between Blanche and her brutish brother- in- law causes shock waves through their household. But is Blanche all that she seems? Merely vulnerable and tragically self- deluded or is she a calculating and manipulative spinner of lies. Electrifying and sensual, a Pulitzer Prize-winning story of ‘Southern Gothic’. Unmissable!



Posted 02/05/2017

 

The Bridge


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UK
London


Venue: Criterion Theatre

Box Office: To reserve complimentary seats please phone 0207 424 0860 or email admin@thebridge-ttc.org

Graduate Showcase

Graduate Showcase



19th May 1:30pm
The Bridge takes pleasure in inviting Agents, Casting Directors, Directors and Producers to a West End Showcase of work by graduating students from our Professional Acting Courses



Posted 06/05/2017

 

Players Dramatic Society



UK
Cheshire


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

LOST IN YONKERS

Author: by NEIL SIMON

Yonkers 1942. Bella is 35 years old, mentally challenged and living at home with her mother, stern Grandma Kurnitz. As the play opens, ne’er- do- well son Eddie deposits his two young sons on the old lady’s doorstep. He is financially strapped and taking to the road as a salesman. The boys are left to contend with Grandma, with Bella and her secret romance, and with Louie, her brother, a small- time hoodlum in a strange new world called Yonkers.

13th – 20th May 2017
(No performance Sunday night)



Box Office: 0161 485 7704 or Ticketsource
Tickets: £9


 

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Four Lanes Male Choir

Four Lanes Male Choir

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Cornwall


Venue: St Michael's Church, Newquay

Box Office: Tickets £6 from Newquay Tourist Info Centre & Choir Members or £7 on the door

Grand Charity Concert

Grand Charity Concert



Sat 20th May 7:30pm
Four Lanes Male Choir
Pelynt Male Choir
Newquay Male Voice Choir
Proceeds to Cornwall Hospice Care




Posted 07/05/2017

 

Bermondsey Voices

Bermondsey Voices
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UK
London


Venue: Borough Market (Middle Road)

Box Office: Just turn up

Choir Performance

Choir Performance



Sat 20th May 4:30pm


Posted 08/05/2017

 

Carlow Choral Society

Carlow Choral Society
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Ireland

Venue: Cathedral of the Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary, College Street, Carlow

Box Office: www.eventbrite.ie

Beethoven Mass in C

Beethoven Mass in C



Sunday 21st May 2017, 8.15pm
Carlow Choral Society returns for our summer concert with music by three composers including a beautiful performance of Beethoven's Mass in C major and performances of Monteverdi's Beatus Vir and Bach's Air on a G String. We will be joined by the Marlborough Baroque Orchestra and conducted by our Musical Director, Blánaid Murphy.
The Mass in C major was composed by Beethoven in 1807 and was commissioned by a Hungarian Prince, Nikolaus Esterhazy, and was first performed at his palace at Eisenstadt. Monteverdi's Beatus Vir is a beautiful sacred composition which was composed by him in 1640, over 370 years ago.
Join us in the beautfiul surroundings of Carlow Cathedral for an amazing evening.




Posted 08/05/2017

 

Putney Theatre Company

Putney Theatre Company
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UK
London


Venue: Putney Arts Theatre

Box Office: Ticketsource

LOVE IN THE TIME OF TINDER

Author: by Craig Bates, Zoe Thomas-Webb, Kirsty Harrison, Ben Clare, Gerald Cole, Michael Staniforth & Grace Johnstone

LOVE IN THE TIME OF TINDER



23rd - 27th May @ 7.45pm
Meeting new people is hard. Falling in love is even harder. In a city filled with people, how do you find that special person when life is moving so fast? Dating is complicated, emotional and maybe even the most fun you can have with your clothes on...or off! PTC New Writing's latest production brings a collection of exciting new works to the stage; talking about love, lust and finding 'the one' in the modern world.



Posted 21/05/2017

 

Belmont Theatre Company



UK
Herts


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

Box Office: 07917 324179 or Ticketsource via our web site www.belmonttheatre.co.uk
(a small charge applies to this option)
Tickets £12.50 Concessions £11.00
Get your tickets early as our last production was a complete sell out a month before first night

Suddenly at Home

Author: Francis Durbridge

Suddenly at Home



Wednesday 24th - Saturday 27th May 2017 at 7.45pm plus Matinee Saturday 27th 2.45pm
This classic thriller by Francis Durbridge, the mater of suspense and famous for his Paul Temple series, weaves its intricate path through a story of love and greed to its ultimate end, death.
When Glen Howard decides to get rid of his wealthy wife he works out a complicated but seemingly foolproof plan which would not only provide him with an alibi but also cast suspicion on his wife's former lover. Everything appears to be going according to plan, but Glenn has not counted on the indomitable Superintendent Remick.
This is Durbridge as his very best.




Posted 05/03/2017

 

Petersfield Theatre Group

Petersfield Theatre Group
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UK
Hampshire


Venue: Festival Hall, Petersfield

Box Office: www.petersfieldtheatregroup.org/tickets

Annie Get Your Gun

Author: Annie Get Your Gun is a musical with lyrics and music by Irving Berlin and a book by Dorothy Fields and her brother Herbert Fields.

Annie Get Your Gun



Wed 24th - Sat 27th May 2017 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm
The story is a fictionalized version of the life of Annie Oakley (1860–1926), a sharpshooter who starred in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West, and her romance with sharpshooter Frank Butler.
The Wild West comes to Petersfield with the story of Buffalo Bill, Annie Oakley and Frank Butler and the shooting match that will decide their future. Well known songs such as Doing What Comes Naturally, The Girl that I Marry and of course There's No Business Like Show Business.




Posted 24/03/2017

 

Backwell Playhouse Theatre Company



UK
Bristol


Venue: Backwell Playhouse

Box Office: Alan/Ruth 01275 462621 & John 0117 963 3586
Online: www.BackwellPlayhouse.co.uk
Non-Members Tickets only, subject to booking fee.

The Biograph Girl

The Biograph Girl



Wednesday 24th – Saturday 27th May 2017 @ 7.30pm
A wonderful British musical saluting Hollywood’s glorious era of silent pictures!
The Biograph Girl takes a refreshing look at the birth of the ‘flickers’ and that memorable age of stardust and stars of tinsel, glamour and scandals. It is a nostalgic reminiscence of the silent movies seen through the eyes of four famous figures: the great silent movie stars, Mary Pickford and Lillian Gish; David Wark Griffiths, the most famous of all the American silent directors; and Adolph Zukor, one of the studio bosses who laid the foundations of the movie industry we know today.




Posted 24/04/2017

 

Silken Thomas Players



Ireland

Venue: The Moat Theatre, Naas

Box Office: www.moattheatre.com or 045 88 3030
Tickets €17, Conc. €14

Blithe Spirit

Author: Noel Coward

Blithe Spirit



24th, 25th May & 7th, 8th, 9th June 2017 8pm


Posted 09/05/2017

 

Early Doors Productions


www.earlydoors.org



UK
London


Venue: 'The Space', the Isle of Dogs

Box Office: Tickets £15(£12 concessions)
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MACBETH

Author: William Shakespeare
Directed by Amy Clayton

MACBETH



24th - 27th May 2017 7.45pm
Shakespeare’s classic tale of power and corruption is given a dark, gritty reboot from Early Doors Productions.

The infamous gang-lord Macbeth hears a drunken prophecy from a trio of street women that one day he will become ‘King’ of his drugs-ring.
Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his alcoholic wife, Macbeth murders the current king pin and takes the London City throne for himself.
But guilt, drug abuse and paranoia send him spiraling towards a dismal end.




Posted 14/05/2017

 

Grantham Dramatic Society

Grantham Dramatic Society
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UK
Lincolnshire


Venue: Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham

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

Blithe Spirit

Author: Noel Coward

Blithe Spirit



Wednesday 24th May to Saturday 27th May 7.30pm
Til death do us part? Sometimes even death isn’t enough to keep husband and wife apart! By popular demand, GDS will stage Noel Coward’s timeless comedy this May. A delightful blend of verbal wit, memorable characters, and improbable situations, Blithe Spirit has charmed audiences over the years and GDS looks forward to bringing their version to the Guildhall. When writer Charles Condomine decides to hold a séance for research purposes, he doesn’t expect the ghost of his first wife to end up living with him and his current bride! A capricious spirit, Elvira wants Charles all to herself, while straight-laced Ruth wishes he would stop talking to thin air. Can the medium - flamboyant Madame Arcati - put things right or will the unhappy trio be stuck together forever?



Posted 21/05/2017

 

Leicester Theatre Group Youth

Leicester Theatre Group Youth

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UK
Leicestershire


Venue: Sue Townsend Theatre, Leicester LE1 5TE

Box Office: www.leicestertheatregroup.co.uk
Tickets: £12.50 Conc. £7.50

Seussical Jr

Seussical Jr



25th, 26th, 27th May 2017 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm



Posted 03/05/2017

 

Manor Theatre Group

Manor Theatre Group
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UK
Sussex


Venue: North Heath Hall, St Marks Lane, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 5PU

Box Office: 07771 524491 or Ticketsource
Tickets £12 Concessions £10

It Runs in the Family

Author: Ray Cooney

It Runs in the Family



Friday 26th May, Saturday 27th May and Sunday 28th May 2017
Manor Theatre Group proudly presents their new production of "It Runs in the Family", written by the legendary Ray Cooney, Britain's master farceur.
Set in a hospital, It Runs in the Family contains the usual assortment of farcical nuts running in and out of doors mistaking everybody for someone else, as Dr. Mortimore tries to fend off a paternity suit, an ex wife, a punkish son and various other lunatics so that he may, at last, deliver the Ponsonby Lecture in an international conference.
Count among them another doctor, who likes to dress up in drag, a police sergeant who gets spritzed with seltzer by an elderly patient in and out of a wheelchair, and a matron, addressed as Matron when she isn't being called an "old bat."




Posted 22/04/2017

 

Mortimer Dramatic Society

Mortimer Dramatic Society
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UK
Berks


Venue: St John's Hall, West End Road, Mortimer

Box Office: thelittleboxoffice.com/mds
Tickets £10

Night Must Fall

Author: Emlyn Williams

Night Must Fall



26th - 27th May & 2nd - 3rd June
When Dan, a charming, smooth-talking hotel porter arrives unexpectedly at old Mrs Bramsom’s remote woodland home he soon ingratiates his way into her life and that of her niece Olivia. But when a local woman goes missing and rumours of murder among the household surface in the press, fingers begin to point towards the dashing hotel porter. Has the past finally caught up with Dan and could he really be capable of murder?
As the police close in, and with the press baying for blood, is anyone safe?
Master playwright Emlyn Williams’ renowned psychological thriller has all the tension, atmosphere and suspicion of the best British mysteries. It will leave you at the edge of your seat.




Posted 08/05/2017

 

CATS Drama Wythenshawe



UK
Manchester


Venue: St Andrews Church Hall, Brownley Road, Wythenshawe M22 0DW

Box Office: 0161 945 1051
Adults £5 conc. £3.50

The Spirit of Blythe Avenue

Author: Jarina Henries

The Spirit of Blythe Avenue



Sat 27th May 7:30pm
Sun 28th May 5:30pm



Posted 14/05/2017

 

Saundersfoot Footlights

Saundersfoot Footlights
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UK
Wales


Venue: Regency Hall, Saundersfoot

Box Office: Tickets from The Regency Hall, Elements in Saundersfoot, Dales in temby & Musicians World, Haverfordwest
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Pingleford Players Proudly Present!

Pingleford Players Proudly Present!



Monday 29th May to Saturday 3rd June 2017 7:30pm
Forty years of memories, one committee meeting, one decision, what show to do next? Will they ever decide?



Posted 21/05/2017

 

Southside Players


www.southsideplayers.org.uk



UK
London


Venue: Chestnut Grove School Theatre, Boundaries Road SW12

Box Office: 07914 657524 or book online at www.southsideplayers.org.uk
Tickets: £10, concessions £7.50, Wednesday and Saturday

Bedroom Farce

Author: by Alan Ayckbourn

Bedroom Farce



Wednesday 31 May to Saturday 3 June (half-term)
Performances: 7.45 pm Weds-Friday, Saturday at 5.00 pm
Trevor and Susannah’s marriage is on the rocks. Over a long Saturday night they bring chaos to the homes of three beleaguered couples' bedrooms and by doing so expose the cracks in other people’s marriages as well as their own. But hope springs eternal even in the married breast, and redemption is always at least a faint possibility.
‘Bedroom Farce’, by Olivier and Tony award-winning playwright Alan Ayckbourn, is an intricate comedy that makes clever use of time and space. By turns funny and poignant, it charts the changing pressures on relationships at different stages of life, and shows us an ‘hilariously bleak view of middle-class marriage’ (Guardian). ‘As funny as anything he has written’ (The Times).
‘Bedroom Farce’ was Southside's first production in Clapham in 1987. Thirty years on, Southside is a thriving theatre group staging three main productions a year in Balham. This anniversary production will be directed by Liz Steer, one of the founders of the group.
“ The original production 30 years ago the audience was 145 and the production cost £600 to stage, 30 years performances are to 400 and cost £6000. Technology has changed significantly sound and ticketing is now all computerised, and instead of transporting the set on a bus we hire a van ! “




Posted 21/03/2017

 

Bristol Amateur Operatic Society (BAOS Youth)

Bristol Amateur Operatic Society (BAOS)

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Bristol


Venue: The Redgrave Theatre, Clifton

Box Office: Tickets can be purchased via The Redgrave Theatre Box Office from only £13.50.
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Tickets: £13.50

Seussical the Musical

Seussical the Musical



31st May - 3rd June 2017 7:30pm
Sat Mat 2:30pm



Posted 21/04/2017

 

LADAMA - Lochgelly and District Amateur Musical Association

UK
Scotland


Venue: Lochgelly Centre Theatre

Box Office: 01592 780723
Tickets: £13/£11 conc.

MACK & MABEL

MACK & MABEL



Wed. 31st May to Sat 3rd June/ at 7.15pm/ Sat Mat. 2.15pm
Based on the real life romance between Mack Sennett and Mabel Normand.
Sennett, famous director of the ‘silent movies’ with a passion for ‘making people laugh’ churned out ‘one reelers’ at a prolific rate which were lapped up by an adoring public.
We see his first meeting with Mabel (queen of the ‘silent movies) and follow the ups and downs of their stormy romance. The story unfolds through the wonderful comedic characters of that time-
Charlie Chaplin, Fatty Arbuckle, the Keystone Kops and of course we have the obligatory custard pie fight!
Jerry Herman’s wonderful score is best remembered for helping Torvill and Dean to win the World Ice Dance championship in 1982.




Posted 06/05/2017

 

Alexandra Players (The)

Alexandra Players
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UK
London


Venue: The Alexandra Hall, Charlton U.R.C., Bramshot Avenue, London SE7 7HY

Box Office: www.alexandraplayers.org.uk
Tickets: £9 Conc. £8

2 one-act plays - Black Comedy and Who Calls?

2 one-act plays - Black Comedy and Who Calls?



Wednesday 31st May – Saturday 3rd June 2017 8pm (Doors open 7.30pm)
To celebrate 60 years of The Alexandra Players, we bring to you two one-act plays for your enjoyment!
BLACK COMEDY by Peter Shaffer
Lovesick and desperate, sculptor Brindlsey Miller has embellished his apartment with furniture and objects d’arte “borrowed” from the absent antique collector next door hoping to impress his fiancee’s pompous father and a wealthy art dealer, Schuppanzigh. The fussy neighbour, Harold Gorringe returns just as a blown fuse plunges the apartment into darkness and Brindsley is revealed, teetering on the verge of very ripe farce. Unexpected guests, aging spinsters, errant phone cords and other snares impede his frantic attempts to return the purloined items before light is restored.

WHO CALLS? by David Campton
In the kitchen of a large Victorian house, four servants sit solemnly in the evening gloom. Upstairs, a midwife attends to the laying-out of their mistress, who has died suddenly, sitting in front of a mirror, adorned with all her jewellery. Mrs Abernethy, the housekeeper, and Lane, the Mistress’s personal maid, are supposed to have listed and locked away all this jewellery, but when Twilley, the maid of all work, finds a diamond ring on the floor, Cook realises that they have appropriated some of the jewellery for themselves and demands a share. Reluctantly, they agree, but then the bell in the Mistress’s room rings. The servants stare at the line of bells in disbelief and mountain apprehension – the midwife has gone, her duty done, and all the servants are in the kitchen – so who calls?




Posted 18/05/2017

 

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Capture the memories of your production by allowing Switched-on Multimedia to film your show.

We produce, creative films on DVD to showcase your performance at an affordable price. We’ll also add in a free YouTube ‘highlights’ film for sharing on social media.

We have experience of filming in different venues such as theatres, school halls, churches and in the open air. We’ve worked with youth theatre groups, gang shows, choirs, orchestras, bands and solo artists and have film crews based in Southampton and Weymouth. If your show is taking place in Hampshire or Dorset or neighbouring counties we’d love to come and film it.

For more information about how we work and costings visit our website www.switched-on.tv and click on ‘performances’. There’s also a showreel of some of the shows we’ve filmed. More can be provided on request.
Please call us for a chat to see how we can meet your requirements.

Contact: Jill in Southampton 023 8022 6528 / 07941 274868 or jill@switched-on.tv

One Yellow Shoe Productions


Contact: info@oneyellowshoeproductions.com
Tel: 07 563 550 832
07 857 499 850
Professional videographer/ Film maker available to film and edit your productions.
Affordable prices.
Feel free to contact us for further information.

Stageprint

Stageprint is a Family run Business specializing in printing Programmes, Flyers, Posters, Tickets, Banners and more for Theatre and Drama. We also print personalised items such as Invitations, Business Cards, Business Brochures, Order of Service booklets and Event Wristbands.
With over 20 years experience, you will find our prices competitive and quality of the highest standard.
Throughout our site you will see Customer Artwork Printed. Stageprint are Noda Corporate Members.
Michael Borrow
Tel: 01920 872853
email: stageprintuk@btconnect.com

Print Fx
Print Fx

High Quality Printing at Low Prices.
Flyers, Programmes, Posters, Banners, Roller Banners, Business Cards and much, much more. We aim to beat any like for like quote.

Delivery to anywhere in the UK.

Based in Newton Abbot, Devon.

Info@printfx.co.uk
01626 600 126
www.printfx.co.uk




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