Current Season

Kindly Leave The Stage

Monday 2nd May, 2016 to Saturday 7th May, 2016
7:30 pm

kindly-leave-stage-1By John Chapman

Directed by Andrew Wilson

Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.

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.

The cast (in order of appearance) – Christopher Cook, Julia Taylor, Jayne Skudder, Gary Alexander, Carole Wilson, Sekki Tabasueres, Alison Livermore, Harry Lee.

Tickets are available on line at www.ticketsource.co.uk/partingtontheatre  ( No booking fees. Print your own ticket.)

For  theatre box office opening times and details of telephone booking please click on the ‘Tickets’ tab at the top of this page.

Duets

Monday 20th June, 2016 to Saturday 25th June, 2016
7:30 pm

duetsBy Peter Quilter

Directed by Nigel Chamberlain

In a change to the published programme, the June production will now be ‘Duets’ – a warmly endearing and very funny exploration of three valiant attempts to ‘get it right this time’.

Peter Quilter is the author of the Broadway smash ‘End of the Rainbow’ and the West End hit ‘Glorious’.

Tickets will be on sale at www.ticketsource.co.uk/partingtontheatre from Sunday the 8th of May.

One-Act Play Festival

Monday 4th July, 2016 to Friday 8th July, 2016
7:25 pm

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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 guest adjudicator Martin Roche 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 Martin Roche 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.