2006/2007 - 65th SEASON
Performances at 7.30pm with no performances on Sunday or Monday except where stated.
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19 September - 30 September 2006
FAWLTY TOWERS by John Cleese & Connie Booth
Chaos reigns supreme.
17 - 21 October 2006 in the Studio
PLAYING SINATRA by Bernard Kops
A chilling tale of obsession.
7 - 18 November 2006
DEAD RINGER by Charles Ross
Menace and murder in high places.
19 - 30 December 2006
Matinee Performances starting at 2.30pm - 27, 28, 29, 30 December
Evening Performances starting at 7.30pm - 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 30 December.
THE SNOW QUEEN by Hans Christian Andersen (adapted by Ron Nicol)
Our seasonal production for all the family.
11 - 13 January 2007 Xmas Production by Highbury Youth in the Studio
HERE WE GO! - ANOTHER YEAR
A futuristic romp through 2007.
30 January - 10 February 2007
FLYING DUCKS OVER BOLDMERE (The Little Grimley Trilogy) by David Tristram
A side-splitting evening at a locale not so very far from you.....
20 - 24 February 2007 in the Studio
WE HAPPY FEW by Imogen Stubbs (by permission of Nick Hem Books)
A small group of hopelessly mismatched individuals embark on a crazy adventure.
13 March - 24 March 2007
A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS by Robert Bolt
This powerful play weighs conscience against loyalty.
17 - 28 April 2007
THE LITTLE HUT by André Roussin
A light hearted romantic comedy.
1 - 5 May 2007 in the Studio
MY MOTHER SAID I NEVER SHOULD by Charlotte Keatley
A tender, complex story of four generations of women.
22 May - 2 June 2007
CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF by Tennessee Williams
Sexuality and love set in the steamy plantations of the American deep south.
18 - 23 June 2007
NOTE- Monday - Saturday- for one week only (6 performances).
Special prices apply. (Members £10.00, no concessions)
THE LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS by Ashman & Menken
This popular Broadway rock musical offers a fun filled evening of colour, soul and black comedy.
By arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd
4 - 7 July 2007 Production by Highbury Youth
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS by Jules Verne
Freely adapted by Phil Willmott (book, music, lyrics) & A L Thomas (music and arrangements)
A delightful musical adventure story for all of the family.