What's On

 

"Outside Edge", directed by David Manners, is the second of our season of plays devoted to the acclaimed playwright Richard Harris. This play is probably his most famous and has been televised as well as produced on the London stage. All human life is here encapsulated in an afternoon of cricket on the village green. Emotions and conflicts come to the surface between husbands and wives and girlfriends as the match progresses changing everybody's lives.

Tickets £8

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Double Bill - Elvis & Sinatra

Classic Vegas  presents Martin Farbrother and Chris Field in a double tribute show of Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra. On for 2 nights only.

Tickets: £8

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"Dead Guilty", directed by Tony Jose, is the third in our season of plays by the acclaimed writer Richard Harris. After the previous two plays, Visiting Hour and Outside Edge, this play shows yet another side of Richard Harris's work. It is both a drama and a sinister exercise in characterisation.

Julia has been injured in a car accident. The driver was killed after suffering a heart attack at the wheel. While recovering at her home Julia is visited by her counsellor, her handyman and the widow of the driver of the car. As the play progresses it is obvious that someone is causing Julia to become distressed and increasingly desperate, with appalling consequences.

Tickets: Monday to Friday: £8

Saturday 7th October: £10 for our Special Gala Night to celebrate the club's 70th Anniversary  

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Sleeping Beauty, directed by Dick Langrdge. This is the pantomime! For anyone who has lived on another planet for the last five hundred years Sleeping Beauty is the ever-fascinating tale of a young Princess whose precocious behaviour ends up with a pricked finger and a very long sleep. During the time it takes to wake her up there is chaos and lunacy and general mucking about culminating in the handsome Prince Alexander doing the decent thing and giving her a wake-up call in the traditional manner of a smooch and, in true traditional style, they all live happily ever after.

Tickets: £9 adult & £6 for under 13

Thursday 30th November to Saturday 9th December 2017. Includes 2 Saturday matinees.

To book tickets please call the Box Office on 01227 366004Monday to Saturday between 10am and 6pm