February 24th 7.30pm
Little Earthquake Theatre presents I AIN’T AFRAID OF NO GHOST
A funny, nostalgic trip back to the 80’s and a home haunted by a playful poltergeist. A captivating mystery set in a recognisable suburban world.
March 2019 – 3.00PM
10th March 2019
Uchenna Dance presents – HANSEL AND GRETEL
Colourful contemporary family dance theatre with Hansel & Gretel cast as Superheroes for a modern world. Great funky music, so expect to groove in your seat as you are transported to a world far from yours with some surprising similarities.
‘Made me want to dance!’
‘Beautiful dancers and dancing great for my children to see it close up!’
‘Very engaging and professional – HIGH QUALITY!’
‘It was so amazing to see such amazing dance in a Cornish Village Hall.’
‘Clever use of minimal props, very imaginative.’
‘It’s really interesting for me and particularly my daughter to see different genres and styles.’
‘Such energy – something completely different from our expectation – a breath of fresh air.’
23rd March 2019
Tommy Cooper – Just like that – Hambledon Productions
This ALL-ENCAPSULATING SHOW features John Hewer giving “a remarkably faithful performance” (Time Out) as he “captures the Cooper style, from mumbled speech and loud laughter to the awkward giant body language” (The Stage) and delivering “nuances both obvious and subtle” (Everything Theatre) as the man in the fez.
7th April 2019 – 7.30pm
Nicholas Collett Productions presents – YOUR BARD
An informal audience with Will Shakespeare. Come and meet the man himself and take the lid off a legend in your local. This is a one man show intermingled with a few of his greatest hits – and maybe a sonnet or a song. There’s no fourth wall here – we are all in this together.
10th May 2019 – 7.30pm
TEAM VIKING – TANGRAM THEATRE
Tender poignancy and comic touches of sheer brilliance abound in this hugely acclaimed comic ode to death and friendship from the highly innovative Tangram Theatre.
Full of ‘magnificently clever’ (The Guardian) comedy-theatre and threaded through with exquisite live music, this outlandish story of how one man gave his terminally ill best friend the full Viking funeral he’d always dreamed of, is remarkable. Deeply personal, deeply felt and delightfully comic.
Would you like to perform at the Broadbent – then contact us via our enquiries email and tell us what you can do.