Drama

Pastimes

Monday 8th October, 2018 to Saturday 13th October, 2018
7:30 pm

ludoDirected by Harry Lee.

A real treat of a comedy for the first play of Partington’s 2018/19 season. Sam and Bill, two middle-aged brothers running a busy seaside cafe, find their cosy domestic life gradually turned upside down by the arrival of cheeky young Linda.

Tickets

Book online at

www.ticketsource.co.uk/partingtontheatre

from Sunday 26th August. You will not be charged a booking fee and you can print out your ticket at home or transfer it to your mobile.

Book by telephone from Tuesday 28th August during office hours on 0333 666 3366 (normal call charges apply).  This will incur a charge of £1.50 per booking for your ticket to be posted to you or sent to your mobile.

Book in person at Bay Tree Books, High Street West, Glossop (no booking fee) from Tuesday 28th August.

Alternatively, you can telephone our Ticket Secretary, Emma McDonough, from Sunday 26th August between 7pm and 9pm on 01457 899140.

(Details covering TicketSource and Partington data protection policies are available on the TicketSource website.)

The Pied Piper

Friday 30th November, 2018
7:15 pm
Saturday 1st December, 2018
1:00 pm
5:00 pm
Sunday 2nd December, 2018
2:15 pm
Tuesday 4th December, 2018 to Friday 7th December, 2018
7:15 pm
Saturday 8th December, 2018
2:15 pm
7:15 pm

pied-piperA traditional family pantomime by James Done.

Directed by the author.

Please note performance times. There will be no performance on Monday 3rd December.

Road

Monday 28th January, 2019 to Saturday 2nd February, 2019
7:30 pm

roadBy Jim Cartwright. Directed by Matthew Cox.

Northern life in the 1980s. The residents of one street.

Sharp, sad, funny and angry – and wonderfully written.

Dracula – The Bloody Truth

Monday 18th March, 2019 to Saturday 23rd March, 2019
7:30 pm

draculaDirected by Andrew Wilson.

A hilarious comedy staying close(ish) to Bram Stoker’s famous Gothic novel. With the help of 4 actors playing 27 characters, Professor Van Helsing traipses across Europe trying to convince us that the story is, in actual fact, true.

Tickets

Book on-line at www.ticketsource.co.uk/partingtontheatre from Sunday 3rd February 2019. You will not be charged a booking fee and you can print out your ticket at home or transfer it to your mobile.

Book by telephone during office hours on 0333 666 3366 (normal call charges apply).  This will incur a charge of £1.50 per booking for your ticket to be posted to you or sent to your mobile.

Book in person at Bay Tree Books, High Street West, Glossop (no booking fee) from Monday 4th February 2019.

Alternatively, you can telephone our Ticket Secretary, Emma McDonough, from Sunday 3rd February between 7pm and 9pm on 01457 899140.

(Details covering TicketSource and Partington data protection policies are available on the TicketSource website.)

Blood Brothers (The Play Version)

Monday 6th May, 2019 to Saturday 11th May, 2019
7:30 pm

blood-brothers

By Willy Russell. Directed by Carole Wilson.

An amateur production of Blood Brothers (Play Version) by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LTD

The play on which the long-running musical is based. Humour, drama and raw emotion fill ‘The tale of the Johnson twins’.

Tickets

Book on-line at www.ticketsource.co.uk/partingtontheatre from Sunday 24th March 2019. You will not be charged a booking fee and you can print out your ticket at home or transfer it to your mobile.

Book by telephone during office hours on 0333 666 3366 (normal call charges apply).  This will incur a charge of £1.50 per booking for your ticket to be posted to you or sent to your mobile.

Book in person at Bay Tree Books, High Street West, Glossop (no booking fee) from the Monday 25th March 2019.

Alternatively, you can telephone our Ticket Secretary, Emma McDonough, from Sunday 24th March between 7pm and 9pm on 01457 899140.

(Details covering TicketSource and Partington data protection policies are available on the TicketSource website.)

 

The Opposite Sex

Monday 24th June, 2019 to Saturday 29th June, 2019
7:30 pm

By David Tristram. Directed by Hazel Phillips.

What should have been a friendly foursome’s dinner party descends into a comic nightmare of black eyes and broken china.