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17 Mar 2020

Review of Strangers on a Train

Strangers on a Train Reviewed by Clive Lees.  Play date Saturday, 7 March 2020 This was director Andrew Newbon’s first main house play and he deserves much credit for delivering an excellent show and allowing his cast to deliver memorable performances.  There was much inventiveness and creativity on display which all helped to make for a fine night out. I’m tempted to say that the reason to see this play is Scott James.  James, playing Charles Bruno, one of the […]

16 Mar 2020

Redevelopment plans take big step forward

We are delighted to announce that our exciting plans to redevelop the theatre to provide modern, outstanding facilities have taken a big step forward. Planning permission has now been applied for and all the documents can be seen here

16 Mar 2020

CeleBLaTion Event Saturday 21st March POSTPONED

We deeply regret that due to Coronavirus/Covid-19 we have taken the difficult decision to postpone the CeleBLaTion event. It will be rescheduled at a later date.

09 Mar 2020

New Hedda Gabler audition announced

We are pleased to advise that the audition for Hedda Gabler has been re-arranged for 29th March at 20:30. See here for details

06 Mar 2020

See audience reactions to our latest show, Strangers on a Train!

As our latest show, Strangers on a Train, opens, audiences have been gripped – see their reaction here

05 Mar 2020

Notice: Coronavirus/Covid-19

Please see our message about Coronavirus/Covid-19 here

28 Feb 2020
27 Feb 2020

the prisoner of second avenue – cast announced

Director Andy Solts is delighted to announce his cast for The Prisoner of Second Avenue, click here to see it and find out more about the show.

26 Feb 2020

Review of ‘The Scary Bikers’

By Paul Campion Heaven knows, Brexit hasn’t given us much to laugh about over the last few years. But it has given us John Godber’s ‘Scary Bikers’. As a Yorkshireman born and bred, Godber was mystified as to why so many of his working-class compatriots voted Leave in the 2016 referendum. In ‘Scary Bikers’ he sets out to examine this anomaly through the prism of Don and Carol, a middle-aged Yorkshire couple who share a passion for cycling, but are […]

26 Feb 2020

Review of ‘The Lion in Winter’

by Steve Williams It is Christmas 1183 and we are in the court of the Plantagenet King, Henry II, at a tense and trying time. Henry is hosting the newly crowned King Philip of France and is keen to form an alliance before he relinquishes his crown to one of his sons. The problem for the King is that none of the sons would accept any of the others as King and are all intent on taking the crown for […]