WIZARD OF OZ

Friday 15th March 2019

and

Saturday 16th March 2019

Each evening at 7.30pm 

 

All tickets £7

Our youth group provide a classic for all the family

The classic tale of a Kansas farm girl, with memorable songs such as “Somewhere over the rainbow’ and ‘If I only had a heart’, this youth theatre production will entertain all the family.

By L. Frank Baum, with music & lyrics by Harold Arlen & E. Y. Harburg

Background music by Herbert Stothart

 

 

DECKCHAIRS

Thursday 21st March 2019

to

Saturday 23rd March 2019

Each evening at 7.30pm 

 

Tickets from £9.50

Five of Jean McConnell’s delightful short plays

These five short plays by Jean McConnell feature colourful and animated characters and delicate observations on life.

A mix of comedy & drama

Author:     Jean McConnell
Directors: Various 

 

 

KING CHARLES III

Monday 29th April 2019

to

Saturday 4th May 2019

Each evening at 7.30pm 

 

Tickets from £8

A rich, deep and thoroughly engaging story of monarchy in crisis

The play opens as Charles and his family gather following the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

Fascinating, insightful, provoking and funny, the play offers a host of vivid characters and reveals the fragilities, manipulations and scheming that lie behind the normally polished façade.

Author:   Mike Bartlett
Director: John Dawson 

 

 

STRANGERS ON A TRAIN

Monday 3rd June 2019

to

Saturday 8th June 2019

Each evening at 7.30pm 

 

Tickets from £8

Two strangers. One conversation.  The perfect murder!

America 1950’s – when two strangers meet on a train they realise they can ‘say anything’ to each other. The result is one proposes the perfect murder, much to the others amusement!
But when his wife is killed and he realises he has to fulfil his part of the bargain it becomes ‘deadly serious’!

Author:  Craig Warner (based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith)
Director: Gill Bowser 

 

 

 

YANK!

Monday 8th July 2019

to

Saturday 13th July 2019

Each evening at 7.30pm 

 

Tickets from £12.50

UK amateur premier of this musical set in 1950’s America

In 1943, young Mid-Westerner ‘Stu’ is called up to serve in the forces and becomes a reporter for Yank Magazine, the journal ‘for and by the servicemen’. Following the men in Charlie Company, this acclaimed musical explores what it means to be a man and fall in love…..

Book & Lyrics by David Zellnik
Music by Joseph Zellnik
Director: Stephen Duckham

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