Come along to one of our evening performances taking in a pre show drink in our Theatre bar.
Date/Time: 06 - 10 December @ 7.30pm. Sat matinee @ 3pm
When a country house weekend takes a turn for the worse, Bertie Wooster is unwittingly called on to play matchmaker, but also to steal a silver cow creamer from Totleigh Towers. Naturally, the ever dependable Jeeves is there to prevent Bertie from making a fool of himself in front of a cast of Wodehouse's finest characters. Enjoy an evening of raucous comedy in the company of Gussie Fink-Nottle, Madeline Bassett, Sir Watkin Bassett, Dahlia Travers, Roderick Spode and Constable Oates.
Join the effervescent, aristocratic fool Bertie Wooster and his dutiful valet, Jeeves in this Olivier award-winning play.
Saturday matinee will be captioned in house.
Theatre captions are similar to television subtitles and give people who are deaf, deafened or hard of hearing access to live performance. The actors’ words appear on screens, placed next to the stage or in the set, at the same time as they are spoken or sung
Date/Time: 13 - 17 December @ 7.30pm. Sat matinee @ 3pm
A Victorian Christmas treat starring the world's most famous detective : the original stage play penned by Conan Doyle himself!
Telephone 020 7353 1700
Date/Time: Wednesday 21 December @ 5pm and 7pm
Life in London Town has been vexing of late, an overdose of bullspit (SPIT, you cheeky beggars!) in the atmosphere, social upheaval, and never enough time for his favourite bovine beauty, Jack Tripp is feeling the worst of it.
His overly critical Mother never off his back, talk of franchised fairies and the malevolent Melanie Flump causing trouble can only mean one thing... escape is called for, but from where will it come and where will it lead?
Can a mysterious crone with a small intimate sack hold the answer? And should you really take a strangers nuts?
There's only one way to find all of this out, we'll see you at the Bridewell Theatre!.
Very naughty stuff, for 16 or upwards only.
Date/Time: 01 - 03 Feb @ 7.30pm. Sat 04 Feb @ 5pm
Barclays Dramatic Society presents, in conjunction with the Galvanisers Union of Smethwick, and with the participation of Dame Fanny Stripperpole by special arrangement with the Dick Van Dork Spoon Bangers Orchestra, A Night at Ye Olde Music Hall.
Telephone 020 8946 7850
Date/Time: 21 - 25 Feb @ 7.30pm. Sat matinee @ 3pm
Our Town, written in 1938, gave the playwright one of his three Pulitzer Prizes. It is a classic and simple bitter-sweet tale of life, love, growing up and loss. This warm, extremely human, comic-drama, set in 1901 to approximately 1913, has well withstood the test of time with an award winning New York Production which was brought to the Almeida Theatre in 2014.
Date/Time: 14 - 18 February @ 7.30pm. Sat matinee @ 3pm
The Accrington Pals is a play centred around the women and men of one town during the raising of Kitchener's Army at the start of World War 1.
This new production begs the question: What if World War 1 were to happen today?
May is a hardworking, independent woman who has by default become the epicentre of the town. Close by are Annie, Sarah and Bertha.
May's young lodger, Tom, has signed up to the Army with his best friend Ralph and Annie's pigeon-fancying husband, Arthur. They have their reasons, reasons that May struggles to understand and rails against.
In the boys' absence, Ralph's girlfriend, Eva, replaces Tom in May's life. The men are dissapearing from Accrington as the women close ranks to defend what remains. All the while Reggie ducks and dives about town, trying to make some sense of a disintegrating family.
While the town grapples with the idea of war, an odd figure emerges as the voice of reason... War is a necessity.
Accrington is a town that throbs with life, even as death advances.
Telephone 07910 273160
Sedos are resident company at the Bridewell Theatre
Date/Time: 28 Feb - 04 March @ 7.30pm. Sat matinee @ 3pm
A marvellous masterpiece that mercilessly satirises Victorian moral attitudes especially towards marriage using high farce and Wilde's inimitable style and wit.
Last performed by the Tower 18 years ago, Wilde's classic comedy returns for a one week run at the Bridewell before touring to the United States in April 2017 for a ten day tour to the Gorton Theatre, Gloucester, Massachusetts.
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