A Christmas Carol
A thrilling and uplifting new adaptation of Dickens’s most famous cry for humanity, this was refreshingly faithful to the original novel and as warming as a glass of mulled wine on a winter’s evening.
'God bless us every one’ said Tiny Tim
Strangers on a Train
This powerful and compelling psychological thriller (filmed by Alfred Hitchcock) perfectly conveys a growing sense of claustrophobic terror. Guy and Bruno speculate on the “perfect crime” with neither murderer knowing his victim.
This is a journey you will not easily forget....
Award-winning drama from the Youth Theatre members.
Macbeth: This much-shortened version was a very different staging of Shakespeare's masterpiece, set in the future.
With glamorous witches and passionate relationships, the production explored the way in which Macbeth and his wife urge one another to do evil and, in the process, destroy themselves.
The play was directed by Michaela Warrilow and the cast included Henry Passmore : Macbeth, Sarah Hall : Lady Macbeth, Alex Karim : Macduff , Alister Wynne : Banquo
Rutherford & Son
John Rutherford's obsession with the traditions of his family’s glass-manufacturing business brings him into conflict with his family. Simon Porter is Rutherford and his family are played by Katy Hooper, Ken Riley and Nigel Vernon. Strong performances from other Players, a stunning set and vivid portrayal of the struggle for progress at the turn of the 19th century make this another 'must-see' play from the Theatre on your doorstep.
“I began at the bottom. You’ll do the same.”
Gordon and Sylvia have agreed to marry! Despite ten years of courting the news has taken their very different families by surprise. A romantic Lancashire comedy ends our season of plays.
Can you resist a wedding invitation?