Current Season

A Taste of Honey

Monday 3rd October, 2016 to Saturday 8th October, 2016
7:30 pm

taste-of-honeyBy Shelagh Delaney

Directed by Matthew Cox.

Our 2016/2017 season opens with Shelagh Delaney’s iconic Northern classic.

One of the great defining plays of the 1950s, this exhilarating and angry depiction of working-class life in post-war Salford is shot through with love, hate and humour.

Tickets are available from 11th September

on line at  ( No booking fees. Print your own ticket.)

Or by telephone (via TicketSource) on 02920 713200 – subject to a booking fee of £1.50 (50p if sent to a mobile)

(Details of theatre box office opening to follow.)

Hansel and Gretel

Saturday 3rd December, 2016
1:30 pm
4:30 pm
Sunday 4th December, 2016
2:15 pm
Monday 5th December, 2016 to Friday 9th December, 2016
7:15 pm
Saturday 10th December, 2016
2:15 pm
7:15 pm

hansel-gretelA traditional pantomime by James Done.

Directed by James Done and Mark McDonough.

Hansel and Gretel, the baker’s children, go to visit Aunty, who lives on the other side of the deep dark forest. However … on their way back they get lost. The only person around to help is an old woman who turns out to be a very wicked witch in disguise. The day could be saved by the Prince they just happen to have met, two blundering henchmen, a fairy and Aunty. Who knows what might be in store?

Not yet booking. Watch this space!


Scared To Death

Monday 23rd January, 2017 to Saturday 28th January, 2017
7:30 pm

cards-deadmans-handBy Ron Aldridge.

Directed by Andrew Wilson.

Set in 1857, this is a tale of betrayal, unrequited love, murder, revenge and hauntings – an atmospheric thriller which should have you scared out of your seats!

‘A gripping, well-handled ghost story, the power of the story fully equals ‘The Woman in Black’. Visit this haunted house at your peril!’ (The Stage)

Not yet booking. Watch this space!

The Thrill Of Love

Monday 13th March, 2017 to Saturday 18th March, 2017
7:30 pm

By Amanda Whittington

Directed by Carole Wilson

The public outcry following the hanging of Ruth Ellis was a key factor in the abolition of the death penalty. Why had she pleaded ‘Not guilty’ but offered no defence? Were questions left unanswered?

Not yet booking. Watch this space!

Dial ‘M’ For Murder

Monday 1st May, 2017 to Saturday 6th May, 2017
5:30 pm

dial-mBy Frederick Knott

Directed by Nigel Chamberlain

Alfred Hitchcock’s classic film of elegance and suspense is brought dramatically to the stage. Tony wants his wife Sheila murdered but things don’t go according to his plan. Add an American boyfriend, a shady conman and an astute detective to the mix and the scene is set for an evening of surprises!

Not yet booking. Watch this space!

Talking Heads

Monday 19th June, 2017 to Saturday 24th June, 2017
7:30 pm

By Alan Bennett

Directed by Mike Brown

Three monologues reflecting Bennett’s marvellously observant view of the British way of life. Touching and real and very funny.

Online booking from Sunday 7th May at ticketsource