Theatre 2017/18

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Performances for the 2017-2018 season


Habeas Corpus

by Alan Bennett

4th – 7th October 2017

Habeas Corpus, Alan Bennett’s first play, is a comedy set in Brighton in the 1960s. Here the lust and longing of the permissive society has well and truly taken hold of the apparently respectable Wicksteed family. With a succession of characters ranging from a rampant doctor and a randy vicar to a frustrated flat-chested spinster and a baffled domestic cleaner, this rollicking farce is as saucy and English as a seaside postcard…
High School Musical

BYT Production

20th – 25th November 2017

Disney’s High School Musical on Stage! centers on the blossoming relationship between Troy, a high school jock, and Gabriella, the new smart girl at school. They meet on a family vacation and become attracted to each other while singing in a karaoke competition. Rediscovering each other at school, their relationship and their surprise decision to audition together for the school show are thwarted by the school’s current leading lady, Sharpay, and Troy and Gabriella’s well-meaning friends. Finally, Gabriella and Troy find a way to be themselves and are rewarded with the lead roles in the school show. Full of catchy songs and exciting dance routines, Disney’s High School Musical on Stage! explores issues of friendship, first love, and acceptance.
Sweet Revenge

by Francis Durbridge

24th – 27th January 2018

Ross is a successful, happily married cardiac consultant – until his wife Fay announces she has fallen in love with the notorious womanizer Julian Kane. Later, Ross’s assistant discovers two phials missing of Zarabell Four, a drug potentially lethal …
Dear Lupin

by Roger and Charlie Mortimer

7th – 10th March 2018

Based on the award-winning book by journalist Roger Mortimer, Dear Lupin brings the humorous father and son letters from Mortimer’s Dear Lupin, Letters To A Wayward Son to the stage.
My Fair Lady

Musical by Lerner and Loewe

23rd – 28th April 2018

My Fair Lady is a beautiful musical about transformation, patronage, gender politics and class, based on George Bernard Shaw’s play, Pygmalion. Acclaimed Professor and confirmed bachelor Henry Higgins makes a wager with his linguistic colleague Colonel Pickering that in six months he can pass off “gutter snipe” Eliza Doolittle as a duchess at an embassy ball. Through arduous training, day and night, Eliza learns how to speak English “properly,” and transforms into a lady respected and adored by all classes. Along the way she bewitches young Freddy Einsford-Hill into falling in love with her, and convinces a supposed linguistics expert that she is royalty. Through her transformation process, Eliza forges a deep connection with Colonel Pickering and most especially with Professor Higgins. However, she finds herself in a difficult position, now too refined to go back to her old life and not with any means or desire to live life as a lady of leisure – especially by herself. When Higgins completely fails to acknowledge Eliza’s role in her own transformation, she leaves his home. It is only then that Higgins realizes that he cares deeply for Eliza. The play ends with Eliza’s return to Higgins’ home, and the ending is left ambiguous, yet it is beloved for being both one of the cleverest and one of the most romantic plays of all time.



Box Office

Bookings for any production may be made anytime via 0161 302 2 302 (voicemail available) or in person two full weeks prior to opening night, 7pm – 9pm Monday –Friday and performance nights from 6.45pm

Season tickets also available from the box office.


Seating Plans – Please download and indicate your preferred seat when booking

We will endeavour to fulfill your request, but seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis



Are you Interested in taking part on stage or off stage?

Interested in Lighting or Sound?
Want to find out more?
15th October
1 – 5 p.m.Discover how our lighting and sound systems are set up
and have a go at using themTo book a place contact Tommy Farrell,
07759146381 or email [email protected] ASAP

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