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WHAT'S NEXT IN THE PIPELINE?


Now that the refurbishments of the foyer and the auditorium are complete, what's happening in the Playhouse in the coming months?

Our next production has been held over until the Autumn owing to the refurbishments but there are a number of items coming up for your diary.

 

Wednesday June 21 sees the reading of "The Odd Couple" (the female version).

 

Thursday July 6 there will be a reading of "Mother Goose", the pantomime to be performed in February 2018.

 

Wednesday August 16 will see the very first reading of Keith Burton's new play "Twice Upon a Time".

 

Further details follow.

 

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BAR RENAMED IN HONOUR OF STEWART!

 

Our bar was recently renamed in honour of a much-loved former member Stewart Johnson.

 

For the full story and photo, click here!

 

JUNIORS SUCCESS AT THE NIDDERDALE PLAY FESTIVAL

 

Our super Juniors picked up five (that's FIVE!) trophies at the recent Nidderdale Drama Festival.

 

You can read all about it - and see pictures of the cast with their trophies - by clicking here!

 

NEW REVIEWS ON LINE!

 

Reviews of our last two productions - ANYBODY FOR MURDER? and WHO'D HAVE THOUGHT IT? - are now on line, together with some super photos.

 

See our Past Productions page or click on the hyperlinks above.

 

FEEDBACK for WHO'D HAVE THOUGHT IT?

 

If you'd like to leave feedback on our recent production of WHO'D HAVE THOUGHT IT?, please send your comments using the CONTACT US form on this website.

 

Charles Nicholson

 

Charles Nicholson, a highly respected member  of our backstage team has recently passed away.

For a tribute to Charles, please click here.

 

The End of THE JOURNEY

 

After an exciting and thrilling adventure, our team performed THE JOURNEY with great distinction at the Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival in New York, but sadly didn't progress to the further rounds.

 

We're immensely proud of writer/director Keith Burton, actors Ruth Dodsworth and Ben Derrick, and sound technician Sue Hickson for their magnificent achievement.

 

You can read more about the Festival here.

 

STEWART JOHNSON

 

It is with great sadness that we have to report the passing of Stewart Johnson, a man who was greatly loved by us all.

 

For many years, Stewart was at the heart of everything connected with the Playhouse, both on stage and off, and his enthusiasm, energy and warmth are greatly missed.

 

Following a Service of Thankgiving held on 20 April 2016, Secretary Linda Harvey wrote a fitting tribute to Stewart which you can find at the following link: Stewart Johnson

 

FACEBOOK

 

 

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