Sunday 14th July – 7.30pm – A Certain Demographic – Conchies
Conchies is a play which tells the story of the founders of the LRP who came here as conscientious objectors during World War 2. This play is to celebrate the Centenary of Donald Sutherland the last survivor of this group. All previous productions of this play have been sold out, so do not miss this opportunity see this play.
11th July – 7.00pm and 14th July – 11.00am – at the Broadbent Theatre
25th October – Hambledon Productions – Dracula: One Bloody Fang After Another 7.30pm
Sue Hodge in ‘Allo, Allo, Again’
2nd November 7.30pm
Celebrating 25 years of Comedy Gold
Sue Hodge`s hilarious celebration of the hit BBCTV series!
Join pint-sized pocket firework and heroine of the French
ray-zist-ance, Mimi Labonq for a hilarious musical celebration of the hit TV series and stage show.
`Allo `Allo remains a worldwide smash hit in 93 countries with previous viewing figures topping 24 million each week in the UK alone. The stage show sold out in its international tours and at its long run at the London Palladium. 30 years later and `Allo `Allo is now regularly aired on BBCTV, UK Gold, Drama and Yesterday once more, adding a whole new generation of laughter-loving fans.
In `Allo `Allo, Again! SUE HODGE, presents a visual feast of laughter and music, with Keith `Paddington` Richards at the piano, as she recalls the antics of the well-loved cast in the golden age of TV comedy. It’s a witty insight with video clips and slides into the hilarious behind the scenes stories during the making of one of the most successful British TV series ever. Add in a splash of clever comedy and witty music to enjoy a unique show filled with memories and entertainment for all fans of classic TV gold
8th & 9th November 7.30pm
TALES FROM THE HEARTWOOD present “Rapunzel and The Bad Hair Day”
Rapunzel has spent her whole life locked in a tower with only her plait for company.
Visited in turns by the mysterious witch who holds her captive, and the prince who loves her and longs to free her, the two battle it out by telling her stories.
But the plait has a mind of its own, and finally decides to take the matter into its own strands…….
7th December – Wilko
An Evening of music from local group Wilko