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April 2019

Three Towns Theatre Company

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The Wind In The Willows - the Musical

The Wind In The Willows - the Musical

UK
Kent


Venue: The Brook Theatre, Medway

Box Office: www.medwayticketslive.co.uk or 01634 338338
Tickets: £11 conc. £14 Adults £44 Family


12th - 14th April 2019


Posted 09/12/2018

 

Milborne Port Opera

Milborne Port Opera
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Anything Goes

Author: ANYTHING GOES (REVISED)
Music and Lyrics by COLE PORTER
Book by Guy Bolton, P. G. Wodehouse, Howard Lindsay, and Russel Crouse
By arrangement with MusicScope & Stage Musicals Limited of New York

Anything Goes

UK
Somerset


Venue: Milborne Port Village Hall DT9 5RE

Box Office: Tickets will be available online nearer the time at www.milborneportopera.co.uk

24-27th April 2019


Step aboard the SS AMERICAN in the 1930s bound for England. Everyone is on board including Billy – who shouldn't be!

Unfortunately not as may celebrities are making the journey as usual – but Reno Sweeney, famed Evangelist turned nightclub singer is, with her four beautiful Angels. And the reason Billy stayed on board after dropping his boss off? Hope – the girl he met and fell in love with the other evening. Unfortunately for Billy, Hope's overbearing mother and her English fiancée Sir Evelyn Oakleigh are also on board.

How is Billy going to make Hope (and more to the point Hope's mother) see that he is the one she has to marry... and how is he going to so it without being caught as a stowaway? You may well ask... but it has something to do with two Chinese converts, the 13th most wanted man in America and a rice field!


Posted 13/07/2018

 



May 2019

Banbury Cross Players


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Death Knell

Author: James Cawood
Directed by Linda Shaw

Death Knell

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


1-4 May 2019


Set in an isolated former hunting lodge in the Scottish Highlands, Death Knell follows Henry Roth, a famous playwright and his wife Evelyn, as they await the arrival of his new ‘muse’ – a charming and charismatic young actor called Jack Willoughby who is determined to secure a role in the playwright’s latest production.
What starts out as a seemingly innocent audition soon leads to an evening full of twists, turns and eventually . . . murder.


Posted 15/09/2018

 

East Norfolk Operatic Society



The Mikado

Author: W.S.Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan

The Mikado

UK
Norfolk


Venue: Maddermarket Theatre

Box Office: 01603 620917
Tickets: All £15 with Friday night only student rate £10


8th May 2019 to 11th May 2019

Come with us on a journey to the tiny town of Titipu where a wandering minstrel seeks the hand of a beautiful young maiden; but is he truly who he says he is?
The East Norfolk Operatic Society, in their sixtieth anniversary year, are proud to present a comedic romp for all the family

Posted 06/11/2018

 

MHP Theatre

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Collaboration

Author: by Ronald Harwood

Collaboration

UK
Essex


Venue: Moot Hall, Harlow CM20 3AG

Box Office: TicketSource

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

In 1931, composer Richard Strauss and writer Stefan Zweig embark on an invigorating artistic partnership. But Zweig is a Jew and the Nazis are on the march. Is it possible to keep artistic aspiration and political action separate? How fine is the line between collaboration and betrayal?

Posted 18/12/2018

 

Droylsden Little Theatre

Droylsden Little Theatre

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UK
Manchester


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

Our Town

Author: by Thornton Wilder
Directed by Dorothy Wilkinson

Our Town tells the story of Emily and George, two unremarkable teenagers growing up in a small New Hampshire town at the turn of the last century. You’re invited to eavesdrop on this tightly wound community as events unfold, both the apparently trivial and the deeply profound, across the course of a decade.



Monday 13th to Saturday 18th May 2019



Box Office: 0161 370 7713 or TicketSource
Booking commences 2nd May 19.30 p.m.


 

Posted 26/10/2018

 

Rossendale Players

Rossendale Players

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A Bunch of Amateurs

Author: a comedy by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman. Directed by Carol Bardsley

A Bunch of Amateurs

UK
Lancashire


Venue: The New Millennium Theatre, Waterfoot, Rossendale Valley, Lancashire

Box Office: TicketSourcce

18th - 29th May 2019 7:30pm


Posted 25/07/2108

 



June 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

 

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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