|Saturday 28th November, 2015|
|Sunday 29th November, 2015|
|Monday 30th November, 2015 to Friday 4th December, 2015|
|Saturday 5th December, 2015|
Here we all are having a good time at Featherdown Farm – but who will save Mother Goose and her storybook friends from the wicked fox and his hapless henchmen? Could it be the goose that lays the golden eggs?
(Please note that performance times are slightly earlier than usual. Shows begin at 2.15pm for matinees and 7.15pm for evenings.)
Ticket will go on sale to Partington Theatre Club members on Thursday 12th November and to the general public on Friday 13th November. Price £8 (adults) and £6 (under 18 and over 60).
Booking is available on line at ticketsource
or via the theatre box office which is open as follows:
Saturday 14th November 10am – 12noon
Monday 16th, Wednesday 18th and Friday 20th November 11am – 12 noon
Saturday 21st November 10am – 12 noon
Monday 23rd, Wednesday 25th and Friday 27th November 11am – 12 noon.
Telephone bookings can be made when the box office is open on 01457 852066.
Telephone bookings can also be made between 7pm and 9pm weekday evenings on 01457 899140.
A special request
Because some performances (especially matinees) are likely to sell out, on line bookers are requested not to leave single empty seats between their selection and those already booked.
|Monday 25th January, 2016 to Saturday 30th January, 2016|
Directed by Mike Brown
Meeting a torrent of abuse on its first production, banned for over thirty years, Ibsen’s famous classic is now seen as one of the great landmarks of modern theatre.
Tickets cost £8 and £6 (under 18, over 60 and all Monday night seats)
On line booking at any time (call-back system in operation outside office hours) from Saturday 16th January 2016 at Ticketsource
|Monday 14th March, 2016 to Saturday 19th March, 2016|
Directed by Jose Warhurst and Kerry Morris.
Three actors – twenty-one characters – life at a modern Comprehensive. Fast-moving and inventive, Godber’s parody exposes the poignancy and transience of school life.
Booking details to follow.
|Monday 2nd May, 2016 to Saturday 7th May, 2016|
By John Chapman
Directed by Andrew Wilson
Laughs abound in this fast-paced comedy of theatrical disaster. As the actors become hopelessly enmeshed in their own tangled webs of love and deceit, utter chaos becomes inevitable.
|Monday 20th June, 2016 to Saturday 25th June, 2016|
By Daphne du Maurier
Directed by Nigel Chamberlain
Du Maurier’s atmospheric tale chronicles the turbulent changes in the life of a beautiful, solitary and contented Cornish widow after she meets her artist son-in-law for the first time.
|Monday 4th July, 2016 to Friday 8th July, 2016|
Please note – these dates are at present provisional.
The near-legendary Partington Theatre One Act Play Festival now in its 23rd year. Not to be missed!
Come and enjoy a great week of One-Act plays. Each evening there will be 2 or 3 short plays with a short critique by a guest adjudicator from Greater Manchester Drama Federation at the end of the evening.
The theatre bar opens at 7 0’clock and the curtain goes up at 7.30 each evening. Every night a different programme of very varied one-act plays presented by theatre groups from all over the area and beyond. New writing rubs shoulders with famous classics. Lots to talk about! Our guest expert will sum up the week and hand out certificates and silverware after the final play on Saturday night.
Tickets cost just £3 per evening or £10 for a bargain festival ticket covering all 5 evenings. Tickets can be purchased at the theatre bar or just come along and pay on the night. (Seats are not reserved)
Aims and rules of the festival can be seen here.
Interested in entering a play? – entry form (for next year) here.