CURRENT SHOW |WALLIS ‘A CERTAIN PERSON’
Presented by OVATION
Devised and Directed by John Plews
Written by Jennifer Selway
Music by Simon Slater
27th May – 26th June 2016
Tuesdays – Saturdays at 7.30pm
Sunday matinees at 4pm
A BRAND NEW PLAY WITH MUSIC
Set between 1931 and 1936, Wallis is centered around the love affair that led to the biggest constitutional crisis in modern Royal history.
Just how did Mrs Simpson, a divorced American, capture and keep the heart of the playboy prince?
What secrets lay beneath the scandal that rocked British Society and threatened to bring down Stanley Baldwin’s Government?
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Tickets £14 – £20 (concessions available)
Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes approx. (including one 15-minute interval)
Credit/debit card fee – 50p per ticket
Online fee – 5% of total transaction
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28th June – 2nd July
Written by by Stanley Houghton
It is ‘wakes week’ in the Lancashire cotton town of Hindle, when the factories close and everyone goes on holiday. When the Hawthorns’ daughter returns from staying with a friend in Blackpool, and the truth surfaces, three families are thrown into turmoil.
An amateur production.
5th – 9th July
Written by Polly Teale
A gripping interpretation of the Brontë legend, evoking the real and imagined worlds of the Brontë sisters. Weaving their fictional characters into the action, powerfully reveals all that is thwarted, suppressed and unconscious.
An amateur production.
12th – 16th July
Gilbert & Sullivan’s Comic Masterpiece, presented by Classical Encounters
Featuring all the favourite numbers: Ko-Ko’s Little List Song (with up-to-date topical references), Three Little Maids from School, Here’s A How-De-Do, A Wandering Minstrel I, The Sun Whose Rays, The Kissing Duet, The Mikado’s Song, Alone and Yet Alive, and There is Beauty in the Bellow of the Blast, this hilarious comedy is still delighting audiences 131 years later.
17th July, 7.30pm
Mad On Her the 80’s jukebox musical takes you on a journey through all your favourite smash hits of this glamtastic decade
Step into the nostalgia of the neon lights and get ready to party the night away!
Monday 18th July, 7.30pm
Hosted by John Lenahan
An entertaining mix of magic and comedy.
20th – 24th July
Presented by Falling Pennies Theatre Company
Remedial Remedies looks at how the youth of today are pressured by the stress of exams. The play follows four students, each with a different outlook on life, who have failed their English GCSE.