Centre Season Guide

THE THEATRE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO VARY THE PROGRAMME IN THE LIGHT OF UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES.

Note: Performances at 7.30pm with no performances in Main House on Sunday or Monday except where stated.
Studio performances usually Monday - Saturday
There is usually an exhibition of the work of local artists in the Foyer during a production.
Click on the performance graphic for more information of a production.

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13 - 24 September 2016

Habeas Corpus
by Alan Bennett

18 September 2016

45 Years (2015)  15 95m
Richly thought provoking romantic drama
with mesmerizing lead performances

18 - 29 October 2017

Children of the Wolf
by John Peacock

23 October 2016

Silent Running (1972)  PG 89m
Classic Sci-Fi with all earth’s plant life extinct,
the drama plays out in space

31 October - 5 November 2016
Drama School Presentation

Class Act Drama Centres
Invited Audience

6 - 12 November 2016
Matinee Saturday, 12 November

From the Top Theatre Company
Red Riding Hood & the Three Little Pigs -The Pantomime
by D Crump
Tickets: Phone 07703 139500 or
fromthetoptheatrecompany@gmail.com

13 November 2016
Musical Event
TBA

15 November 2016
Floral Demonstration
Wylde Green Flower Club

19 November 2016 (Saturday)

A Stairway to Heaven (1946) U 104m
Arguably the greatest romantic film of all time
(also called A Matter of Life and Death )

26 November 2016
Highbury Christmas Fayre 11am - 3pm
Handmade gifts, cards, jewellery, clothing, tombola.
No entrance fee… a great chance to buy your Christmas gifts

6 - 17 December 2016

Lettuce and Lovage
by Peter Shaffer

11 December 2016

Dr Strangelove  (1964) PG 95m
Brilliant cold war satire as funny and
razor sharp now as it was fifty years ago

Sunday, 18 December 2016
Highbury Carol Service -
7.30pm at Emmanuel Church, Wylde Green.

Wednesday, 28 December 2016
2.30pm Matinee

Family Film
TBA
.

7 January 2017
Quiz Night
S
ocial Committee

14 January 2017 (Saturday)

The Pianist  (2003) 15 142m
Oscar-winning powerful drama
of Polish Holocaust survival

24 January - 4 February 2017

I Ought to be in Pictures
by Neil Simon

8 February 2017

The Third Man  (1949) PG 104m
This all-time masterpiece embodies
the romance of ‘going to the movies’

10 - 12 February 2017
BFame Drama Festival

14 - 25 March 2017

The Thrill of Love
by Amanda Whittington

19 March 2017

The Sound of Music  (1965) U 174m
Almost certainly the most successful musical film ever made

27 March - 1 April 2017
Drama School Presentation

Class Act Drama Centres
Invited Audience

6 April 2017 (Thursday)

Selma (2014) 12 128m
Inspiring and dramatic story of
Martin Luther King`s march from Selma in ‘65

8 April 2017
BFame Drama Festival Finals

2 - 13 May 2017

Dangerous Corner
by J. B. Priestley

7 May 2017

From here to Eternity (1953) PG 122m
Passion in the surf and in the boxing ring,
this WWII classic won 8 Oscars      

16 May 2017
Floral Demonstration
Wylde Green Flower Club

22 - 27 May 2017
From the Top Theatre Company
Musical TBA
Box Office 07703 139500

2/3/4 June 2017

A Festival of Animation Films
Details TBA

20 June - 1 July 2017

Lillies on the Land
by Sarah Finch, Dorothy Lawrence,
Kali Peacock, Sonia Ritter,Natasha Tamar
and the Lions part.

21 June 2017

On the Waterfront (1954) PG 108m
8 Oscars for this powerful exciting story of
corruption, extortion and racketeering .

29 June - 2 July 2017
CLOC Youth Musical Theatre Company
Musical TBA

16 July 2017

Slow West (1989) 15 84m
Slow burning simmering love story,
in a harsh and beautiful landscape