Post your forthcoming production.
Facebook Message DramaGroups, Tweet @DramaGroups or email Outlook users
or email to email@example.com subject 'Drama Groups - Shows - include group name, website, region/county, venue, production, author, contact details, show dates, box office, details Don't forget to attach your poster and logo'
Please mention www.dramagroups.com when booking tickets
Shows are listed by start date of production
Coronavirus has meant the closure of all theatre venues please check carefully all show listings before attempting to book.
While DramaGroups makes every effort to keep these listings up-to-date it is impossible for us to guarantee any of the details shown.
Welcome to the future. Drought has decimated the water supply and all private toilets are banned. But it’s okay – private ownership has saved the day. The Urine Good Company have bought up all the public bathrooms. You just have to pay for a pee. And if you refuse – well, you’ll get sent to Urinetown.
It is based on a short story by Thomas Hardy, one of our greatest Victorian novelists. The play is set in the late 19th Century, in the household of a wealthy Salisbury businessman. A servant of the household, Anna, meets Charles, an ambitious young lawyer from London, at the local fair. He is keen to maintain a correspondence, but she is barely able to read and write. Anna has been befriended by her mistress Edith, and persuades her to undertake a correspondence with Charles on her behalf. However, Edith’s good intentions lead to far-reaching consequences for all three.
Music, dance, laughs and the age-old tale of Boy Meets Girl - no musical puts it on stage better than Anything Goes. A hilarious shipboard romp, wrapped around one of Cole Porter's most magical scores, Anything Goes is Delightful, Delicious and De-Lovely. You'll walk out of the theatre singing when you hear these classic Cole Porter's songs: I GET A KICK OUT OF YOU; ANYTHING GOES; YOU'RE THE TOP and BLOW, GABRIEL, BLOW. Ware Operatic Society is an award-winning local theatre & music society in Ware, Hertfordshire, producing several shows a year including a Musical, Cabaret, and a Summer Concert.
Box Office: Tickets available online or from 01787 374745 or Quay Theatre
Tuesday 3rd to Saturday 7th March at 7.45pm
1932. A sunny September afternoon. Tennis on the lawn. Drinks on the terrace. An upper middle class family enjoying the comfortable country life. Beneath the surface, however, lurks the aftermath of the First World War and the ravages it wreaked on men and women across the generations.
Box Office: Tickets are available from Little Box Office and from Pick-a-Lily on Sharnbrook High Street
3rd to 7th March, nightly at 7.30pm and Matinee on 7th at 2.30pm
It’s jolly hockey sticks at the ready as Daisy Meredith, a plucky girl from a poor background, is the first pupil allowed to attend the posh Grangewood School for Girls on a scholarship. This parody of a typical English boarding school is a rip-roaring, whizzo of a treat that was a long-running success in London’s West End. Not only must Daisy fit in with her snobby and snotty chums, it seems like saving the school is a lesson she must learn. With schoolgirl pranks a-plenty, this youth-led comedy is lashings of fun. Age range recommendation - from 11 years.
In Victorian London, while the Jack Manningham is on the town each evening, his new wife Bella is home alone at number nine, Thornton Square. She can’t explain the disappearance of familiar objects, the mysterious footsteps overhead, or the ghostly flickering of living room gaslights, which seem to slowly dim down until they barely cast any light at all. Is she losing her mind, as her mother did before her? Her memories are haunted by an aunt violently murdered and a mother consigned to the asylum. Is the terror all in her mind, or are there dark secrets dwelling in her home? Just as she is on the point of despair, she is visited by Rough, a retired detective, who has been on Manningham’s trail for 20 years. He has been using the maid Nancy’s boyfriend as an informant, and after enlisting the help of the housekeeper, Elizabeth, he manages to convince Bella to go along with his scheme to snare Manningham once and for all. Nail biting tension is worked up to a frightening crescendo… Better known on Broadway under the title Angel Street, the 1944 American movie of Gaslight starred Charles Boyer, Joseph Cotton, and Ingrid Bergman, who won the Best Actress Academy Award for her role as Bella.
The Bob Hope Theatre Company
Author: Simon Stephens
Venue: The Bob Hope Theatre, Wythfield Rd, Eltham, SE9 5TG
From the Director of Bob Hope Theatre’s version of Kindertransport comes Allan Osborne second production Bluebird. Staring Laura Ashenden (Nell Gwynn; Bomshells; Little Voice and Road) and Piers Newman (Road and Nell Gwynn) and 12 other sensational actors who have all performed at the Bob Hope Theatre - this promised to be a sesational moving production. From the writer/adapter of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Bluebird is a sensitive and melancholy play, composed of brief conversations and lifelong sorrow. Taxi driver Jimmy hears about other people’s lives, just for a few moments. In the time it takes to drive them where they want to go, Jimmy hears about walking the streets, lost daughters and changing the lightbulbs by the tube tracks. He is asked whether he believes in ghosts, in love, in the human spirit. And as he drives through the night, the play gets closer to the core of his silences, to the tragedy of his own life, and to where he goes when there’s no one in the back seat of his cab. The play has 13 characters who share a cab journey in one evening. All are somehow connected to Jimmy; as we finally find out what has led to Jimmy’s downfall. The play is about redemption and deep grief but told in a humorous way with a real sense of pathos.
This amateur production of “Murder on the Nile” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LTD a Concord Theatricals Company. On board a steamer, cruising under the scorching Egyptian sun, honeymooners Simon Mostyn and his wealthy socialite wife Kay find themselves being pursued by an old flame of the newly wedded groom. Then a tragedy strikes, a body is discovered and all fingers point to Simon’s ex fiancée. But everything is not what it seems. Among a cast of characters that includes a shady socialist a fearsome battleaxe and a Dr with dubious credentials, holidaying cleric Canon Pennefather is drawn into a web of intrigue and deceit as he finds himself on the trail of a ruthless murderer.
It’s the perfect time of year for a swashbuckling production of The Pirates of Penzance! Join us from 4-6 March for a hilarious take on this beloved classic. Pirates, police and precocious daughters battle the twin obstacles of love and duty. Can you imagine a better way to spend those cold and treacherous March evenings than with this crew of hardy lads and lasses?
Set in Ireland in 1993. The Northern Ireland peace process is taking its faltering first steps, and INLA man Mad Padraic is hard at work pulling out the toenails of Belfast drug pusher James, when the news comes through that his beloved cat, Wee Thomas, is poorly. Instead of slicing off James’s right nipple, as planned, he heads back home to the island of Inishmore. But, when he arrives at the family home, he discovers that Wee Thomas isn’t sick but has had his brains squeezed out like toothpaste. Padraic, a man considered too mad for the IRA and sorely trying the patience of his INLA comrades, is intent on revenge, even if that means wiping out his own father. Just as he’s about to put a bullet through Dad’s head, there’s an unexpected knock at the door.
Friday 6th March 2020, 7pm Saturday 7th March 2020, 3pm
Running Time 60 mins The hit musical based upon the Disney Film, featuring songs such as 'Friends Like Me' and 'A Whole New World'. When Aladdin is down on his luck he discovers a magical lamp and the Genie who has the power to grant him 3 wishes. Wanting to win over the heart of Princess Jasmine, Aladdin embarks on an adventure, taking him to a whole new world! Aladdin will hit the stage at the cornerHOUSE next March with full costumes, set, lights and music.
Fri 6th March 2020 8pm Sat 7th March 2020, 2:30pm & 8pm Fri 13th March 2020, 8pm Sat 14th March 2020, 2:30pm* & 8pm *BSL signed performance
The Magic Tower In 1930s New York, Linda has left her job as a Vaudeville actress to marry Jim, a young struggling painter. She thinks herself blissfully happy, living in poverty, in their tiny, run down, studio apartment (their “magic tower”) but visits from their caustic landlady and two former colleagues push Linda towards re-evaluating her situation. When Jim returns home disconsolate after failing to sell any paintings to a dealer, Linda faces a stark dilemma about her future.
Me & My Friend (Acts 1 & 2) Originally performed as a three-act play, the first two acts are also free-standing plays in their own right. Me and My Friend is a black comedy exploring the relationships within two “odd” couples thrown prematurely out of hospital care. In Act 1 Oz and Bunny conduct fantasy interviews for jobs they will never get. In Act 2 Julia and Robin are trying to “make plans” as urged to by the hospital. Me and My Friend is a funny, moving and heartbreaking look at mental health issues set against the Care in the Community initiative of the late 1980’s.
Based on Little Orphan Annie, the popular comic strip by Harold Gray, Annie has become a worldwide sensation. the beloved show features a wonderful score written by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, including the Broadway smash hit, “Tomorrow”. With a perfect combination of street-smarts and optimism, Annie warms the hearts of the audience as we witness her rise from next-to-nothing in New York City. She is determined to find her parents, who left her at the orphanage years ago. Though things don’t quite work out the way she has planned, she does manage to thwart the plans of the evil Miss Hannigan and find a new family with billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his secretary Grace Farrell, and her lovable pooch, Sandy.
The Elephant Man is based on the life of Joseph "John" Merrick, who lived in London during the latter part of the nineteenth century. A horribly deformed young man, who has been a freak attraction in traveling side shows, is found abandoned and helpless and is admitted for observation to Whitechapel, a prestigious London hospital. Under the care of a famous young doctor, who educates him and introduces him to London society, Merrick changes from a sensational object of pity to the urbane and witty favorite of the aristocracy and literati. But his belief that he can become a man like any other is a dream never to be realized.
Something Old, Something New – The Musical Theatre Revue
Venue: Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, Fleet Street London EC4V 8EQ
Box Office: 0207 353 3331
March 11th - 13th 7:30pm Sat Mat 2:30pm
Our flagship show returns for its 10th year. Featuring the whole college, but devised around our 2nd years as they start their search for agent representation. With choreography by some of the UK’s most exciting MT choreographers, it’s guaranteed to be an entertaining evening
Wednesday 11th March - 7.45pm Thursday 12th March - 7:45pm Friday 13th March - 7:45pm Saturday 14th March - 2:30pm Saturday 14th March - 7:45pm
Walmington-On-Sea comes to The Boxmoor Playhouse, Hemel Hempstead this coming March as HHTheatreCo takes on that classic of all BBC TV Comedies, Dad's Army by Jimmy Perry & David Croft, on the 11th to 14th March 2020. All your favourite characters from the Home-Guard will be starring in three different episodes: The Deadly Attachment where Captain Mainwaring and his hapless band of brothers come face to face with some real-life German U-Boat Crew; Mum's Army in which the Home Guard is bolstered by some lively ladies from the local town and The Godiva Affair in which the Walmington-on-Sea platoon decide to take on Morris dancing in order to raise some much needed funds to invest in a Spitfire. All three episodes were first aired on the BBC in the 1970s but are still very much loved and enjoyed today.
In this play, Annie has arranged to spend an illicit weekend with her sister Ruth's husband Norman, and for this reason, suitably disguised, has asked her elder brother Reg and his wife Sarah to look after their widowed mother and the house. As it happens the seduction, thought or planned, by each of the six characters never takes place either.
Venue: St. Mary’s Church Hall, Hobs Meadow, Solihull
Box Office: Tickets are available now priced at £8.50 for adults and £7.00 for concessions, and can be booked by calling the ticket hotline on 07760 306605
Thursday 12th, Friday 13th and Saturday 14th March 2020 7:30pm
Nina is keen to show off her fiancé to her sister Pippa and brother Roger. Sadly, Pippa finds him all too familiar, and his mobster parents aren’t much of a hit with the family either. And then there is Roger’s best friend, Carter, who seems to be being followed by a frog.
Based on the film ‘A Private Function’, written by Alan Bennett and starring Michael Palin and Maggie Smith, it’s a musical romp set around the impending wedding celebrations of young Princess Elizabeth to the dashing Philip Mountbatten in 1947. But these are desperate times where rationing is even worse than it had been in the war. And desperate times call for desperate measures! Enter the mild chiropodist Gilbert Chilvers and his social-climbing wife Joyce. When they are snubbed one too many times by the local establishment, Gilbert takes matters into his own hands and kidnaps a pig from the local bigwigs who were planning a very exclusive private function where the pig was to play a starring role – on several plates! Needless-to-say keeping a pig quiet in a suburban street proves rather difficult and hilarity ensues. Join Concept Players, fresh from recent successes of ‘My Fair Lady’, as you’ll never forget Betty Blue Eyes once you’ve met her.
'Tonight I need you to understand the difference between fiction and the truth. Tonight you will discover that Bram Stoker’s Dracula, is in fact… fact.’ Lewes Drama Collective's Senior Group daringly present the 5-star, smash-hit comedy 'Dracula: The Bloody Truth' for one night only! Join esteemed Professor Abraham Van Helsing and his idiotic actors as they frantically try to establish the truth behind Bram Stoker’s infamous Count… with side-splitting consequences which will make you die of laughter! Having travelled to the awkwardly charming seaside town of Whitby in England from the malevolent Transylvanian mountains of Romania, the troupe stages a life-changing, theatrical production of Dracula. The result is a hilarious and fast-paced adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel by one of UK theatre’s best comedy writers and directors, John Nicholson. Originally performed by physical-comedy theatre company Le Navet Bete on a UK tour in 2017 and published by Nick Hern Books, this production has garnered numerous five star reviews ...
'Best new comedy' Broadway World 'Masterful, physical comedy' The Brighton ArgusR'Ingenious and effortlessly hilarious' The Stage Commenting on why this particular play was selected, Director Tim Rowland said: "This play offers the cast an excellent chance to develop their physical theatre skills whilst delivering a really fun and engaging experience for audience members of all ages. I can't wait to see the show!" This one-off performance perfectly compliments our Victoriana themed weekend as our Saturday School members are taking on Trelawny of the 'Wells' on the Saturday afternoon - find out more here. Please note that flashing lights, smoke effects and loud sounds will occur during the performance.
Venue: Limelight Theatre, Queens Park Arts Centre, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP21 7RT
Box Office: Tickets are £8.50 / £6.50 concessions and can be booked online at www.qpc.org over the phone on 01296 424332, or in person from the QPAC Box Office.
13th & 14th March 2020 – 7:30pm
Edward Albee's Pulitzer Prize-winning play is brought vividly to life in director Shaun Nolan's new production, produced by Unbound Theatre. Three women: the first encroached by senility and reflecting on her long life, another appointed to be her caretaker, and a third send to help put her legal problems in order. Soon recollections of the past begin to spark heated confrontations, as triumphs and regrets intermingle in Albee's classic exploration of memory and identity. Presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd.
Trelawny of the "Wells" is an 1898 comic play with four acts set in the 1860’s by Sir Arthur Wing Pinero, who started his career in British theatre as an actor at the age of 19 and between 1877 and 1934 was a successful society dramas and comedies playwright. This particular production tells the story of a theatre star, renown for her performances in melodrama plays - Rose Trelawny - who attempts to give up her acting career for love when she marries her well-to-do sweetheart. Alas, family life turns out to be a bit too dull for her outrageous personality and Rose struggles to fit into conventional society. Feeling rather fed up, Rose runs back to the theatre however her experience of the "real world" has affected her talent and she finds it impossible to recapture that "special something". Not willing to give up so easily though, Rose and her troupe of talented individuals find a new way to present her new stage self, with some romantic and jolly good fun shenanigans along the way. Trelawny of the 'Wells' has been adapted for stage, film and TV in various guises and has featured the likes of Cecil Hepworth, Alma Taylor, Sidney Franklin, Norma Shearer, Arthur Cox, Jason Connery, Patricia Brake, Sarah Brightman, Peter Bayliss, Helena Bonham Carter, Richard Bremmer, Helen McCrory and Adam Kotz. Join us as we experience a fine late-19th-century melodrama with a contemporary audience at this one-off performance in Lewes on 14th March 2020.
Andre is a man facing a barrage: hIs favourite watch goes missing, (he has his suspicions), his daughter Anne tries to take his flat and her husband (or lover) is not sympathetic. To top it off, strangers keep turning up claiming to be his family. Andre knows he is no idiot, yet why do some talk as if he is? With dark humour and poignancy The Father is an unsentimental, emotionally intense look at the world through the eyes of a man experiencing memory loss. Winner of France's highest theatrical honour, the Moliere Award for Best Play, The Father has dazzled audiences and critics alike in London’s West End and on tour.
My Mother Said I Never Should, by Charlotte Keatley, is a bitter sweet story looking at four generations of women from the same family and their interactions with each other over a 70 year period. We meet each character at different stages of their life and come to understand how they made the decisions they did in the light of the age in which they were living. Resentment simmers under the surface between mother and daughter. It is the perfect storm for a thought provoking series of events that bring to light the destructive nature of lies and deceit. From the same team that brought you Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Theatre Adhoc present another classic and iconic play that is guaranteed to provide you with an evening of dynamic and engaging theatre.
1587. Two Queens. One Throne. Only one may rule. A new adaptation of the classic Schiller historical tragedy Elizabeth I faces Mary Stuart in a vicious fight for the throne of England. Amidst threats of civil war, religious unrest and the plots of scheming courtiers, the two queens know neither who to trust nor who to doubt. Elizabeth risks betrayal. Mary is under sentence of death. All is at stake. Can Elizabeth save her kingdom? Can Mary keep her head? A new adaptation of the classic Schiller historical tragedy.
In Visitor from New York, Hannah, a magazine writer, is joined by her ex-husband, the question being with whom should their daughter spend the next six months? The banter flies fast and furious, but Hannah's well-wrought artifice crumbles as her fears take hold.
The Visitor from Philadelphia is a wife who arrives at the suite, catching her husband "en flagrante delicto" with a drunken hooker.
Visitors from London - Academy Award nominee Diana returns from the ceremony empty-handed to her husband, Sidney, whose homosexuality will be no comfort tonight.
The Visitors from Chicago are two couples ending a disastrous vacation they should not have shared. Neil Simon at his most humane, compassionate best. The Visitors from Chicago are two couples ending a disastrous vacation they should not have shared. Neil Simon at his most humane, compassionate best.
Box Office: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW Early Bird Ticket - £8.00 General Admission - £10.00 Buy On The Door - £12.00 Accompanying carer's are eligible for a FREE ticket
Fri 20th & Sat 21st March 2020
Game of Thrones: The Spoof Musical is a parody retelling of Season 8, with bitter sarcasm and a jukebox of pop hits! Admit it, you were disappointed with the final season of Game of Thrones. We were too. That's why we've decided to bring Westeros to the Sheffield stage for an orignal parody musical. Game of Thrones: The Spoof Musical is a satirical reimagining of Season 8 of HBO's hit TV show. Join Jon, Sansa, Danaerys, Cersei and *some* of your favourite characters as they sing through their feelings, fighting the White Walkers as well as each other. Expect songs from Ke$ha, Mika, and Rihanna to liven up the drab scenes of Winter and ruined character development. Writer and Director, Sian Meredith brings Westeros to life with a healthy dose of bitter sarcasm, dry wit, and enough Game of Thrones trivia to keep any fan happy.
LHU Musical Theatre Liverpool Hope Musical Theatre Society
The Addams Family
Venue: The Capstone Theatre, Shaw Street, Liverpool
The charming, hilarious, and original new Broadway musical It Shoulda Been You, invites you to a wedding that you’ll never forget at Hampton Hill Theatre next March, where anything that can go wrong does, and love pops up in mysterious places. This madcap musical comedy is a modern farce. In a world where nothing is what it seems, religions collide, Machiavellian plots are revealed, promises are broken, secrets are exposed, and hope springs from the most unlikely of places. The bride is Jewish. The groom is Catholic. Her mother is a force of nature. His mother is a tempest in a cocktail shaker. And, when the bride’s ex-boyfriend crashes the party, the perfect wedding starts to unravel faster than you can whistle “Here Comes the Bride!”. It’s up to the sister of the bride to turn a tangled mess into happily ever after in this musical comedy. Nominated for six Outer Critics Circle Awards, three Drama League Awards and three Drama Desk Awards, BROS Theatre Company is delighted to present this wonderful show as part of its 2020 schedule.
Godspell was the first major musical theatre offering from three-time Grammy and Academy Award winner, Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin, Children of Eden) and it took the world by storm. Godspell features an amazing selection of sensational and much-loved songs, including “Day by Day”, "Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord," "Learn Your Lessons Well," "All for the Best," "All Good Gifts," "Turn Back, O Man" and "By My Side." A community of people helps Jesus Christ tell different parables using a wide variety of storytelling techniques with plenty of comic timing. An eclectic blend of songs, ranging in style from rock to vaudeville, brings the story of Jesus' life to the stage. Dissolving hauntingly into the Last Supper and the Crucifixion, Jesus' messages of kindness, tolerance and love come vibrantly to life. Centre Stage is proud to present the 2011 Broadway revival version of the show, boasting spectacular new musical arrangements, offering a combination of dynamic pop and rock and beautiful, complex choral work. Come Sing About Love at The Bridewell Theatre in Godspell!
Box Office: www.wolvertongands.co.uk or firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01908 510452 Ticket prices are £17 for adults, concessions at £15 for the unwaged. We have child tickets at £5 for anyone under 14 who goes with an adult. If you need a carer to help you enjoy the show, you can claim a free ticket for them and they are available online from our box office
Tuesday 24 March - Saturday 28 March
Our bright new show for March 2020 is Calamity Jane, the stage show based on the famous Doris Day movie of 1953. Calamity Jane has some wonderful musical numbers including The Deadwood Stage, Adelaide, Windy City, Higher Than a Hawk, The Black Hills of Dakota and the Oscar-winning My Secret Love. The production is directed by Graham Breeze, who always brings a star quality to each performance and the show is accompanied by the Society’s Orchestra under the leadership of Mike Crofts, Musical Director.
Set against the turbulent background of the French Revolution and its attendant horrors, “A Tale of Two Cities” is a sweeping story of love, redemption and sacrifice. Charles Darney tries to shake off his heritage as a French aristocrat and start a new life in London. Upon returning to Paris to rescue a former servant, his family background is revealed and he is captured by the Revolutionaries. A fatal appointment with Madame La Guillotine seems inevitable for Darney.
Box Office: TicketSource Tickets are priced at £10.00 (Concessions £8.50 - Thursday only) - available via the link below
Thursday, 26 Sat 28th March 2020 7:45pm Sat Mat 2:30pm
The play tells the story of the tensions sparked between the Government and those ordinary families whose businesses and properties are summarily requisitioned. "One of Britain's greatest living playwrights, Hampshire-born Howard Brenton (Anne Boleyn, Shakespeare's Globe; Pravda, National Theatre) tells the remarkable and little known story of how Southampton stepped up when the chips were down. On 16 February 2018, NST opened a second venue, NST City, in Southampton's Cultural Quarter with the world premiere of Howard Brenton's The Shadow Factory." - NST We are delighted to be staging his production in the year of the 80th anniversary of The Battle of Britain. (Contains infrequent strong language)
An American musical with music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and book by Ebb and Bob Fosse. Set in Jazz-age Chicago, the musical is based on a 1926 play of the same name by reporter Maurine Dallas Watkins about actual criminals and crimes she reported on. The story is a satire on corruption in the administration of criminal justice and the concept of the 'celebrity criminal'.
Things bad begun make strong themselves by ill? What changes a man from being his country’s hero to its most loathed and dreaded murderer? Ambition? Sorcery? Fate – or simply innate evil? One of Shakespeare’s most perfectly crafted plays explores one man’s terrifying descent to tyranny. The Sir John Mills Theatre brings you close to the man and his mania in a brutal and violent age. Brian Theodore Ralph directs his first play with Gallery Players. Brian is a hugely experienced theatre actor, director and educator who has spent most of his life working in the theatre and in associated media. He spent many years at The Wolsey theatre as leading actor and director, from its opening in 1979 until the early 90s. He subsequently became Programme leader of Performing Arts and Music at Suffolk New College, where he directed many Shakespeare productions. Brian has assembled an exciting ensemble of the finest local actors and creatives for the project, including professionally trained Liam Gregory and Jo Lewis as Lord and Lady Macbeth. ‘For many, the name Macbeth is synonymous with evil and tyranny. But what does Lady Macbeth say when she learns from Macbeth that the ‘weird sisters’ have hailed him …‘Macbeth, that shalt be king hereafter.’? She considers his nature to be…… “too full o’ the milk of human kindness….” he is… “not without ambition, but without the illness should attend it”. So what happens, and why and with what consequences? I am so excited to be working with this amazing company and to exploring these extraordinary characters and the chain of events that lead to the play’s tragic conclusion’ The production will be performed in the intense cockpit atmosphere of the Sir John Mills Theatre. The atmosphere will be enhanced by Alfie Harries’ music, which he will play live at each performance.
Author: Book by Terrence McNally, music and Lyrics by David Yazbeck.
Venue: May Hall Trent College, Long Eaton, Notts, East Midlands NG104AD
Box Office: Ticket prices: £15 tickets (inc booking fee) £13 concessions (inc booking fee) available on Tuesday eve and Saturday matinee. Concession rate available for over 65s and under 16s. Group rates available, buy 10 tickets, get 11th free.
Tues 31st March - Sat 4th April 7.30pm each show and a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.
Adapted from the 1997 film, ‘The Full Monty’ follows six unemployed Buffalo steelworkers, low on both cash and prospects, who decide to present a strip act at a local club after seeing their wives’ enthusiasm for a touring company of the Chippendales. One of them, Jerry, declares that their show will be better than the Chippendales dancers because they’ll go “the full monty” - strip all the way. As they prepare for the show, working through their fears, self-consciousness and anxieties, they overcome their inner demons and find strength in their camaraderie. This heartwarming, upbeat comedy musical is a must for anybody looking for a great night out!
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: email@example.com Tel: 07 563 550 832 07 857 499 850
Professional videographer/ Film maker available to film and edit your productions.
Feel free to contact us for further information.
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.
Tel: 01920 872853
My name is Ariel Dempsey and I am a masters student at the University of Oxford. I am also an aerialist performer and am looking for opportunities to perform while I am here. If you could ever make use of an aerialist in a show/project near Oxford, please don't hesitate to reach out.
I can do aerial acts on silks, lyra, pole, rope, straps, spainish web etc, and ground acts such as hooping and acroyoga.
Here is a video of a recent performance on silks: youtube.com