Visiting Productions

A Christmas Carol

Sunday 7th December, 2014
7:00 pm

Crowd of 2 Theatre Company

presents Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol adapted by Russell Kennedy.

Christmas ScroogeMr Dickens’ tale of Ebenezer Scrooge’s return from the dark side, complete with chains and apparitions. Jacob Marley, poor Bob Cratchit, his wife, dear old Mr Fezziwig, the three ghostly guides and a host of other characters are brought to life by four talented actors, clanking chains and a mask or two.

Tickets cost £8.50 (£7.50 concessions) and are available from Les on 07736 152 348 and over the bar.

Suitable for children but at parental discretion - perhaps not for under 7 year olds.

An old-fashioned Christmas by the fireside with ‘Kathy + Friends’

Sunday 14th December, 2014
7:00 pm

Christmas-firesideIn the Partington clubroom – a festive programme of poems, carols and stories.
Come and join Kathy + Friends for this winter warmer.
Tickets ( available from Kathy on 01457 854411) are £2.50 and include coffee. The bar will also be open.


Saturday 20th December, 2014 to Sunday 21st December, 2014
7:30 pm

Xmas Gala logojpegWhy not get into the festive spirit and  join GLOSSOPERA for one of their 2014 Christmas Opera Galas. These will be taking place in The Partington Players Theatre on the evenings of Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st December, 2014.

After last year’s incredible success, Claire is thrilled to confirm that she will again be joined by four professional opera singers and Ben Powell on piano in a feast of festive fun!

All profits from these Christmas performances will be going to local charity ‘Mummy’s Star’.

Tickets cost £18 (full) and £12 for students. They are now on sale at Bay Tree Books, High St. West, Glossop and through* (*booking fee applies)  

 To be notified about future events join the GLOSSOPERA mailing list by emailing your contact details to CLAIRE@GLOSSOPERA.COM.

Le Grand Return

Sunday 8th February, 2015
7:30 pm



It’s 1994 and the 50th anniversary of D Day looms. 

Tommy, Alf and Edwin are incarcerated

in Coldrick Nursing Home. In spite of his ever

worsening heart condition, D Day veteran Tommy is

determined to break out and rejoin his old comrades

on the Normandy beaches.


This gentle comedy drama is about love,

remembrance, war and peace.

Tickets £10,  £8 concessions