Pantomine Chorus Auditions

Babes in the Wood Harry Lee will be holding open auditions for the chorus  of our Xmas panto  on Sunday 4th August at 2.00 pm.  The auditions will be held in the theatre. Anyone who is interested should prepare a short song or verse to perform for the audition. For any further information, please contact Harry Lee: Mobile : 07956 560 597 harryglossoplee@googlemail.com

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Chris T, Mas & Carol (2 Boards & A Passion)

Tameside's 2 Boards & A Passion Theatre Company bring you this exciting brand new family show funded by Tameside M.B.C.'s Cultural Services and Arts Council England. 'The Women's Institute have arranged a Christmas party for the local children including an exciting professional performance of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. But when the theatre company fails to turn up and the bouncy castle won't fit, Mas and Carol are left to improvise with a little help from grumpy Chris T. to make…

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An Old Fashioned Christmas by the Fireside

Kathy and friends invite you to join them in the clubroom for an evening of poems, carols and stories. Doors and bar open 7.00pm. Ticket price £3 includes coffee after the show. To book ring 01457 854411 or 07944 677 037.

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A new play by Russell Kennedy. In the clubroom with bar. In the aftermath of the car crash, things are getting on top of Harriet and to make matters worse she’s just been referred to a shrink. Who was driving that night? Are your dreams that important? And can jelly babies really help? “The man is bonkers! He’s the one needing guidance.” You learn a lot about yourself in circumstances like these and sometimes you wish you hadn’t. Performance at…

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One-act Play Festival 2019

The near-legendary Partington Theatre One Act Play Festival now in its 26th 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 the end of the 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…

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Festival Saturday

Armistice Theatre Warwick presents 'Pals' by Mike Tildesley. Final Adjudication and Adjudicator's Awards presented by Carmel Bird of  Greater Manchester Drama Federation. Tickets cost £3 per evening (no concessions, unreserved seating). A bargain ‘Festival Ticket’ covers all 6 evenings and costs just £10. Tickets are available at the theatre bar or pay on the door. You can reserve tickets by emailing brownmikeandpolly@btinternet.com or phone 01457 865278 (answerphone)

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THE OPPOSITE SEX (Partington Players)

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.

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BLOOD BROTHERS – the play version (Partington Players)

By Willy Russell. Directed by Carole Wilson. An amateur production of Blood Brothers (play version) by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LTD. The original play on which the long-running musical is based. Humour, drama and raw emotion fill 'The Tale Of The Johnson Twins'. Tickets Book online 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…

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DRACULA – the bloody truth (Partington Players)

By John Nicholson and Le Navet Bête. Directed by Andrew Wilson A hilarious comedy staying close(ish) to Bram Stoker's famous Gothic novel. With the help of 6 actors playing 27 characters, Professor Van Helsing traipses across Europe trying to convince us that the story is, in actual fact, true. Tickets: Available now from the following sources Book on-line at www.ticketsource.co.uk/partingtontheatre  You will not be charged a booking fee and you can print out your ticket at home or transfer it to…

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ROAD (Partington Players)

By Jim Cartwright. Directed by Matthew Cox. Northern life in the 1980s. The residents of one street. Sharp, sad, funny and angry - and wonderfully written. Please note - this play contains strong language and adult themes.

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