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Tickets for The Secret Garden

Tickets for our next production The Secret Garden are on sale Tuesday 20th November! Tickets priced at £9.00 will be on sale from Nantwich Tourist Office (01270 600727) or on-line at www.nantwichtowncouncil.gov.uk. “To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” In Jessica Swale’s richly imagined adaptation of Hodgson Burnett’s much-loved classic, we follow the fortunes of the orphaned Mary as her ice begins to thaw and her curiosity leads her on one of the greatest adventures in popular literature. In this work of beauty, poetry, deep mystery and pure magic, step into a closed world where one’s destiny may be discovered. Be prepared to be enchanted by the power of Mother Nature as the seasons change, animals talk, love grows and the knowing that if we put down firm roots anything in life is possible. This is a play allowing the young and “young at heart” to hope, believe and dare, if you will, that miracles can come true. In this season of love and goodwill on earth, this feel-good play is a must see for all the family! Directed by Michaela Warrilow, performances will be at 7.45pm on 7th – 15th December with a 2.30pm matinee on Saturday 15th December, 2018. Tickets priced at £9.00 will be on sale from Nantwich Tourist Office (01270 600727) or on-line at www.nantwichtowncouncil.gov.uk from Tuesday 20th November 2018. Priority tickets for our VIP Supporters go on sale Saturday 17th November at the Theatre. To find out more about becoming a VIP Supporter visit the membership section of the website.
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Breaking The Code Tickets

Tickets for our next production Breaking The Code are on sale NOW! Tickets priced at £9.00 will be on sale from Nantwich Tourist Office (01270 600727) or on-line at www.nantwichtowncouncil.gov.uk Based on the book 'Alan Turing: The Enigma' by Andrew Hodges Secrets, lies and the art of mathematics are brought to life in Hugh Whitemore’s ‘Breaking the Code’. In the leafy surroundings of Bletchley Park at the height of the Second World War, a brilliant young Cambridge mathematician called Alan Turing was trying to create a machine – a machine that would crack the German Enigma code and win Britain the war. In the aftermath of victory, Turing arrived in Manchester with an even bigger task in mind – the development of the modern computer. This would be a task he left unfinished. Hugh Whitemore’s classic play intertwines an account of Turing’s most heroic hour with the story of his betrayal and neglect by the nation he had helped in its darkest hour. “His mind was dazzling and one of the wonderful things about this play is that it allows you to share in the splendor of what he achieved without having to understand the superhuman complexity of the maths”. BREAKING THE CODE tells Alan Turing’s story, and asks big questions about the pressures of breaking both social and mathematical codes. Directed by Chris Ridge, performances will be at 7.45pm on 19th – 27th October, 2018.
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New Logo!!!

We are sorry for the silence here at the Nantwich Players website but we are working on a shiny new website which will be coming your way soon. In the mean time here is a sneaky peak at our brand new logo. We hope you like it.
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A New Venture for Nantwich Players

Studio Productions and Radio Productions The NP Committee is proud to announce a new initiative to produce innovative studio and radio plays outside of the main producing season; welcome to the Studio Theatre. Alternating the two concepts, these black box productions will provide stimulating evenings of drama, in addition to the usual Season of Plays. The programme will commence with a Studio Production on June 2 and June 3 (Saturday and Sunday) and a Radio Play in August.
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