Award-winning Canadian folk/country duo Madison Violet will entertain us for the evening, with support from David Banks (of The Whybirds). You can see a Madison Violet set on YouTube. Tickets are £14 and are available now online from Little Box Office. Tickets will also be on sale from Pick-a-Lily in […]
Now the Turkey has been confined to history and the decorations put away for another year, it is time to renew your membership. Fees are the same as last year, £30 for Full and Fishing members and £15 for Students and Associate members. If your details remain the same, the […]
Director Nicole Macdonald is pleased to announce the cast for Wait Until Dark, our Spring play at Sharnbrook Mill Theatre. Suzy Henderson – Kathryn Rose Sam Henderson – Clive Minor Mike – Richard Llewelyn Croker – Ken Wilde Roat – Gordon Ritchie Gloria – Connie Hankins First policeman – to be cast […]
Workshops Monday 7th January and Friday 11th January at 7.30pm Auditions Sunday 13th January at 2pm Synopsis After witnessing the accidental murder of his mother’s lover by his father, young Tommy is so traumatised that he loses his ability to speak or to care about life. As his life meanders […]
Performance: 8th November Review by Richard Fitt For those who have not seen this wonderful show (yes I’m a huge fan) by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx we follow the fortunes of Princeton, who arrives in New York without any money looking for his ‘purpose’ in life and somewhere to […]
We are currently seeking enquiries from potential Directors for our 2020 season. Please contact us for more information about the process!
Performance: 20th September 2018 Review by Richard Fitt This is, of course, one of the great critically acclaimed plays of the 20th century by one of its greatest playwrights, depicting the Salem witch trials at the end of the 17th Century whilst parodying the McCarthy Communist witch hunts of the […]
Information about readings and auditions for our tense thriller being performed in March are available here.
by Richard Fitt at a performance on 8th June 2018 I have to admit this is a show that has been on my bucket list for quite a while and which for various reasons I have not managed to see before. All I knew about it, apart from of course […]
by Richard Fitt at a performance on 13th March 2018 Apart from being a contender for the longest play title in theatre history, this is one of a series of farces about how NOT to put on a production. This was written by David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin as part […]