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June 2019

Wild Duck Theatre

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Barnes Community Players

Barnes Community Players
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King Charles III

Author: Mike Bartlett

King Charles III

UK
London


Venue: KITSON HALL, BARNES, SW13 9HJ

Box Office: Tickets on sale March 1st www.wildducktheatre.com

4-8 JUNE 7:30pm

This June Wild Duck Theatre in co-production with Barnes Community Players brings to SW London an exciting ‘in the round’ staging of Mike Bartlett’s standout play King Charles III - first performed in 2014 and lead by a stella cast that included the late Tim Pigott-Smith it received rave reviews
'a splendid provocation and a really fine play' The Guardian
'Featuring the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the ghost of Diana and a full-blown constitutional crisis– this is not for the faint-hearted' The Guardian
'This is the most spectacular, gripping and wickedly entertaining piece of lèse-majesté that British theatre has ever seen .....' The Telegraph
The play opens in Westminster Abbey with the death of Queen Elizabeth II – and finds Prince Charles struggling in his new role as King in the strange atmosphere which grips the Nation.RIn turn domestic satire around the Royal Family, political thriller as Charles clashes with Parliament and Shakespearean history/tragedy as he is forced to submit to the will of the people, the play explores the luxury and isolation of the greatest power in the land – the Monarch. What price Democracy?

Posted 03/02/2019

 

Loughton Amateur Dramatic Society

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Handbagged

Author: by Moira Buffini
Directed by Cathy Naylor

Handbagged

UK
Essex


Venue: Lopping Hall, 189 High Road, Loughton, Essex, IG10 4LF

Box Office: www.lads.org.uk or 07552 736 110

13th, 14th and 15th June 2019 at 8pm


When Lizzie met Maggie. What might have happen when two female icons of the twentieth century were forced into each other’s company? Handbagged is a sharply comic imagining of the fictional relationship between Queen Elizabeth who vowed to serve society and Margaret Thatcher who allegedly denied society’s existence. With such apparently contrasting beliefs, could there be anything other than tension between the two?

Posted 03/09/2018

 



July 2019

Droylsden Little Theatre

Droylsden Little Theatre

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UK
Manchester


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

Split Ends and Baggage

Author: SPLIT ENDS
Written by Frank Vickery
Directed by Jackie Hall

BAGGAGE
Written by Bev Clark
Directed by Mike Jordan

TWO ONE ACT PLAYS
SPLIT ENDS
A side-splitting comedy involving a miss- ing wig, a contact lens, a disguise and of course a hospital visit with a dead kitten!

BAGGAGE
Sandra is a busy wife and mother with a rather demanding family. Annie is a homeless woman with a tragic past. Through laughter and tears the two women form an unlikely friendship and find hope for the future.



Monday 1st to Saturday 06th July 2019



Box Office: 0161 370 7713 or TicketSource
Booking commences 20th June 19.30 p.m.


 

Posted 26/10/2018

 

Kelvin Players

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Parlour Song

Author: Jez Butterworth
Directed by Adam Church

Parlour Song

UK
Bristol


Venue: The Kelvin Studio Theatre

Box Office: www.kelvinplayers.co.uk/tickets

9 - 13 July 2019 @ 8:00 p.m.

A blackly hilarious exploration of deceit, paranoia and murderous desire, as the spirit of the Blues lands in leafy suburbia.
Demolition expert Ned lives in a nice new house on a nice new estate on the edge of the English countryside. He loves his job. Barbecues. Car-boot sales. Fitness programmes. Outwardly his life is entirely unremarkable. Not unlike his friend and neighbour Dale.
So why has he not slept a wink in six months? Why is he so terrified of his attractive wife Joy? And why is it every time he leaves on business, something else goes missing from his home?

Posted 08/01/2019

 

Banbury Cross Players


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Ghosts

Author: Henrik Ibsen adapted by Mike Poulton
Directed by John McCormick

Ghosts

UK
Oxfordshire


Venue: The Mill Arts Centre, Spiceball Park Rd, Banbury OX16 5QE

Box Office: www.themillartscentre.co.uk or 01295 279002
£13.00 £12.00


10-13 July 2019


Helene Alving is about to dedicate an orphanage she has built in the memory of her dead philandering husband to deplete her husband’s wealth so that their son, Oswald, might not inherit anything from him. She discovers that her son Oswald is suffering from syphilis that he inherited from his father.She also discovers that Oswald has fallen in love with Regina Engstrand, Mrs. Alving’s maid, which is a serious problem because Regina is revealed to be an illegitimate daughter of Captain Alving, and therefore Oswald is falling in love with his half-sister. When the sibling relationship is exposed, Regina leaves, and Oswald is in a state of despair and anguish. He asks his mother to help him die by an overdose of morphine in order to end his suffering from his disease, which could put him into a helpless vegetative state.Mrs. Alving has to confront this decision: whether or not to euthanize her son in accordance with his wishes.

Posted 15/09/2018

 

MHP Theatre

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Am I Turpin?

Author: by Ronald Harwood

Am I Turpin?

UK
Essex


Venue: Moot Hall, Harlow CM20 3AG

Box Office: TicketSource

14th, 15th and 16th March 2019, 7.30pm

The man in the end cell isn’t like the others.
The man in the end cell is a gentleman, or so she’s heard.
The man in the end cell can read.
The man in the end cell is Dick Turpin.
Unknowing that she is imprisoning one of the most dangerous outlaws in the country, Abigail visits the curious man in the end cell each day, bringing him his meals and letters.
But there is more to life than waiting on the scum of the earth, and Abigail knows it.
In exchange for ale pilfered from her father, she begs for writing lessons – her key to the outside world lying in making sense of the spidery black letters on white parchment.
For although she is the gaoler, she is as much imprisoned as he – born within the four walls, she has never known life outside the cells.
What starts as a bargain morphs into a strange, uneasy friendship.
When Abigail finds out the true identity of the man she has been visiting, she ought to flee – but instead offers him a new deal, her liberty in exchange for his.
With a brand new script, set, and score, I Am Turpin is a ground-breaking piece of immersive historical drama from the critically-acclaimed playwright Antonia Goddard.

Posted 18/12/2018

 



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October 2019

Kelvin Players

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Cyrano de Bergerac

Author: Edmund Rostand (adapted by Glyn Maxwell)
Directed by Jonny Wilkinson

Cyrano de Bergerac

UK
Bristol


Venue: The Kelvin Studio Theatre

Box Office: www.kelvinplayers.co.uk/tickets

15-19 October 2019 @ 7:30

Cyrano de Bergerac is a play written in 1897 by Edmond Rostand. Although there was a real Cyrano de Bergerac, the play is a fictionalisation following the broad outlines of his life.
Swordsman, Philosopher, Poet, Raconteur Cyrano de Bergerac is all these things, but none of them makes him happy. What he desires above all is the love of the beautiful Roxane. But his problem is as plain as the nose on his face. Surely he is too ugly ever to be loved?
Salvation of a kind arrives in the form of the handsome yet tongue-tied Christian de Neuvillette - might not Cyrano's eloquence and Christian s beauty together win Roxane? Yet duelling foes, powerful rivals, and a war against Spain will all put our hero to the test before he finds his way at last into his lady's arms.

Posted 08/01/2019

 



November 2019



December 2019

Kelvin Players

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The Flint Street Nativity

Author: Tim Firth

The Flint Street Nativity

UK
Bristol


Venue: The Kelvin Studio Theatre

Box Office: www.kelvinplayers.co.uk/tickets

4-7 & 11-14 December 2019 @ 7:30

Mizzis Horrocks' class of seven year olds is about to perform their nativity play at Flint Street Junior School for the proud mums and dads - and the occasional social worker. Squabbles arise when Gabriel wants to play Mary, the Star grumbles he's not a proper star like they have at NASA, Herod won't stop waving to his mum and dad and the subversive Innkeeper is determined to liven up the traditional script. And then the stick insect escapes...
The children are played by adults, who later play their parents so the set changes accordingly to reflect the difference in scale.
This warm, witty, funny play is an ideal alternative to the usual Christmas fare with original lyrics set to the tunes of the usual Christmas carols.

Posted 08/01/2019

 

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