2024 season announced by Sharnbrook Mill Theatre!

We are delighted to announce our exciting, innovative and varied programme of shows for 2024, featuring two plays, and three musicals.

We hope you agree that there will be something for everyone.

The Hound of the Baskervilles
A comedy play based on the classic Sherlock Holmes story

by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Adapted by Steven Canny and John Nicholson
Show dates: 5th to 9th March
Director: Keith Hargreaves

Bad Girls – The Musical
The naughty and funny musical based on the hit TV series

Book by Maureen Chadwick and Ann McManus
Music and Lyrics by Kath Gotts
Show dates: 14th to 18th May
Director: Martin Grover, MD: Kaye Tompkins

The Girl on the Train
Rachel Watson watches a couple out of the window of her train every day. They are happy and madly in love, or so it appears. When the woman she was watching suddenly disappears, Rachel finds herself as a witness and then a suspect as she gets involved with the investigation.

Based on the bestselling novel by Paula Hawkins and the DreamWorks film.
Adapted by Rachel Wagstaff & Duncan Abel
Show dates: 24th to 28th September
Directors: Davina Beegoo-Price and Michael Horne

The stunning, warm and witty musical about a house clearance team removing the belongings of a deceased hermit.

Book by Kaye Vincent, Music by Kaye Tompkins with Lyrics by Kaye Vincent and Kaye Tompkins
Show dates: 29th October to 2nd November
Director: Kaye Vincent, MD: Kaye Tompkins

The hilarious hit musical about Buddy the Elf who goes from the North Pole to meet his father in present-day New York

Book by Thomas Meehan and Bob Martin
Music by Matthew Sklar and lyrics by Chad Beguelin
Based upon the New Line Cinema film written by David Berenbaum
Show dates: 2nd to 7th December
Director: Charlie Hammond Smith, MD: Kate Brewster


Sue Lander, chairperson of Sharnbrook Mill Theatre Production Committee, said:

Thank you to everyone who put in a submission. It was a hard decision to take, and we’re sorry that we couldn’t put on every show suggested, but we hope we have the balance right and you will support us for an exciting, and what promises to be a busy and challenging 2024.

“If you would like to be a production manager, stage manager, and to get involved in any of the shows, please get in touch. Any age is welcome and training and support will be given. Just contact me if you have any questions at all.” – Sue