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Love's Labour's Lost

February, 2019

We regret to announce that the planned production of Love's Labour's Lost has been cancelled. We will be replacing it with the first Nantwich Players 'Mini Season' including 4 exciting plays running from 11th Feb 2019 to 24th Feb 2019. More info to follow. Tickets available from 22nd January 2019 from TIC. Tickets priced at will be on sale from Nantwich Tourist Office (01270 600727) or on-line at www.nantwichtowncouncil.gov.uk
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Nantwich Players Mini-Season

February, 2019

The Laramie Project by Moises Kaufmann, presented by Ashton Hayes Theatre Club at Nantwich Players Monday 11th Tuesday 12th & Wednesday 13th of February £9 An engrossing docu-drama that testifies to the seismic impact of a hate crime on a small town to the whole of America. Nearly 20 years later it is still powerfully resonant and relevant to modern society as we know it. Not suitable for under 14s. The Hollow Crown, an RSC production by John Barton, presented by Nantwich Players Thursday 14th, Friday 15th & Saturday 16th February £9 From the death of William in 1066 to Queen Victoria's description of her coronation, we present poetry and extracts from plays as well as speeches and letters from monarchs over a period of 800 years. A Double Bill of Albert by Richard Harris, followed by Edgar and Annabel by Sam Holcroft, presented by Nantwich Players Studio Friday 22nd, Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th February £7 Albert is a wonderful one act comedy that provides a laugh a minute performance about the confusion that arises across the language barrier. Edgar & Annabel is an Orwellian dystopian fable about a group of freedom fighters attempting to stand up to a repressive regime, while being continuously subjected to surveillance. Not suitable for under 14s. Tickets for individual shows: Priority Tickets for subscribers of the scheme will be on sale in the theatre foyer between 10-11am on Saturday 19th January. Please note that you are now able to purchase tickets by debit / credit card, cheque or cash. If you can't be there on Saturday you can send your requirements (stating choice of dates and seats) to the theatre. If you would like to join this scheme pick up a leaflet next time you come to a play. Tickets go on sale to the public online and at the Civic Hall at exactly the same time - 9.00am on Tuesday 22nd January. Tickets booked online can be collected from the Theatre foyer box office on the night. www.nantwichtowncouncil.gov.uk is the address to use. NTC charge a booking fee of £1 for this service
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The Beauty Queen of Leenane

May, 2019

Dark and wickedly amusing By Martin McDonagh The Beauty Queen of Leenane by Martin McDonagh is known for getting the audience gasping with surprise in between bursts of laughter whilst telling the darkly comic tale of middle-aged, unmarried and embittered Maureen. Set in the mountains in a small town in Connemara, Ireland, Maureen is locked in a stalemate with her elderly mother Mag who is as selfish as she is manipulative. With their regular feuds about lumpy porridge and foul-tasting biscuits, their simmering relationship boils over when Maureen takes a lover and finds hope for escape in this black comedy filled with venom-tipped sarcasm. Mag’s interference in her daughter’s first and possibly final chance of a loving relationship sets in motion a chain of events that will lead to a cliffhanger worthy of Mag’s favourite Australian soaps. This hilarious, dark and wickedly amusing play is cathartic and makes one realise the power of human emotion. Directed by Peter Nawn, performances will be at 7.45pm on 10th – 18th May, 2019. Tickets priced at £9.00 will be on sale from Nantwich Tourist Office (01270 624556) or on-line at www.nantwichtowncouncil.gov.uk from Tuesday 23rd April 2019 an 9am. Priority tickets for our VIP Supporters go on sale Saturday 20th April at the Theatre. To find out more about becoming a VIP Supporter visit the membership section of the website. Members of the Nantwich Players can audition for this production on Tuesday 29th January from 7.45pm.