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Tickets Remaining for Colder Than Here

There are still a few tickets remaining for our next production Colder Than Here.

As usual tickets are priced at £9 and available from Nantwich Tourist Office (01270 600727) or on-line at

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Tickets for Colder Than Here

Tickets for our next production Colder Than Here go on general sale on Tuesday 23rd January priced at £9.00. Tickets will be on sale from Nantwich Tourist Office (01270 600727) or on-line at

Priority tickets for our VIP Supporters  go on sale Saturday 20th January at the Theatre. To find out more about becoming a VIP Supporter visit the membership section of the website. 

By Laura Wade 

A poignant drama of love and loss

What do you do with yourself when you’ve been diagnosed with bone cancer and given nine months to live? If you’re Myra, you tackle it all with great gusto: you survey an assortment of natural burial sites, you give your husband and two daughters a Powerpoint presentation about your funeral and you buy your flatpack coffin then paint it.

Sounds gloomy? Colder Than Here is frequently poignant, but it is anything but gloomy.

In Laura Wade’s moving drama, the play’s affecting theme is counterpointed with scintillating wit and even occasional comedy as Alec, Jenna and Harriet come to terms with Myra’s imminent loss. While they struggle to express their shared love for Myra, they struggle even more with her (literally) down-to earth approach to her impending death:

“You’ve got to keep yourself busy when you’re off work with dying”.

And gradually, Myra’s example and encouragement help them to deal with the crises affecting their own lives, as well as the much larger crisis affecting Myra.

Directed by John Mackay, performances will be at 7.45pm on 9th – 17th February, 2018.

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CTG Award Success

The Nantwich Players' were once again successful at the Cheshire Theatre Guild (CTG) awards scooping 4 awards wins on the night. The winners from the Players are:

Bold Girls - The Ron Gleave Shield for  Best Lighting and Sound.

Cassie and Nora in Bold Girls - The Vicky Lane Trophy for Dramatic Achievement

Anthony Jenkins as Graham in Talking Heads -  The David Lane Cup for Best Actor

Talking Heads - The Ron Arscott Shield for Best Overall Runner-Up Production

Congratulation to all involved in another successful season.  

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One Act Play Festival Successes

Effie's Burning, our recent One Act Festival entry by Valerie Windsor, proved to be a winner... 
In the Greater Manchester Drama Festival it won the Award for Best Production, Janan Chopra won Best Performance and Helen Gresty was the runner-up Best Actress. 
In the Wilmslow Festival, the two actresses jointly won the Best Individual Senior Performer Award - the Adjudicator said she simply could not separate them - and Pauline Brennan was Highly Commended for the burns Make-up which was chillingly realistic.

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