66th Season - 2007/2008

Note: Performances at 7.30pm with no performances on Sunday or Monday except where stated.
There is usually an exhibition of the work of local artists in the Foyer during a production.


11 August 2007
Highbury Dramathon Festival
Highbury Players & Friends
(11am - 8pm)
Proceeds to the Highbury Development Fund

18 September - 29 September 2007

CANTERBURY TALES by Woods & Bogandov.
.Richly rude and robust. A joyous romp. Chaucer made modern.

15 - 20 October 2007 in the Studio

THE TRUE LIFE FICTION of MATA HARI by Diane Samuels
This adult play explores the life and death of the famous enigmatic icon. Was she a spy?

6 - 17 November 2007

WHEN THE REAPER CALLS by Peter Colley.
A prank goes horribly wrong with alarming consequences.
This comedy thriller is set in a log cabin in the Canadian wilderness.


9 December 2007
Highbury Carol Service -
7.30pm at Emmanuel Church, Wylde Green.


21 December 2007 - 5 January 2008

Matinee Performances starting at 2.30pm - 27, 28, 29 December & 5 January 2008
Evening Performances starting at 7.30pm -21, 22, 29 December & 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 January 2008


THE SCATTERBRAINED SCARECROW OF OZ by Alfred Bradley
This entrancing sequel to The Wizard of OZ is a bright and cheery show that will captivate the child in us all..

17 - 19 January 2008  in the Studio

Production by Highbury Youth

LOL (Loads of Laughter) written by Highbury Youth
Highbury Youth present their annual evening of entertainment and improvisation.

5 - 16 February 2008

LOVE BEGINS AT FIFTY by Raymond Hopkins
A mid-life crisis goes disastrously off track with hilarious results.

3 - 8 March 2008 in the Studio

POPCORN by Ben Elton
An edgy satirical comedy by one of our leading entertainers.
(Unsuitable for children)

25 March - 5 April 2008

THE RISE AND FALL OF LITTLE VOICE by Jim Cartwright.
A fragile, insecure LV (Little Voice) has a voice of gold that is open to exploitation.

6 - 17 May 2008

.NEVILLE'S ISLAND by Tim Firth
A comedy set on a foggy island in The Lakes.

26 - 31 May 2008 in the Studio

THE SECRET LIFE OF HENRY AND ALICE by David Tristram.
Would you share your secret fantasies?
This play contains strong language and adult content.

17 - 28 June 2008

COMIC POTENTIAL by Alan Aykbourn
Thimk humans and androids mixed by the master of comedy.

9 - 12 July 2008  

Production by Highbury Youth

THEIR SCARVES WERE RED by Darren Viallier & Rob Sweetman.
The story of the Hillsborough Disaster through the eyes of two young fans.
This play with music is a dazzling moving experience.

19 July 2008
Centre Open Day
See the Centre at work.
Highbury Players will be performing works by new authors.