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May 29 2016

Proscenium presents The Merry Wives of Windsor – June 15-18, 2016

Proscenium commemorates the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare by presenting his most joyously farcical play. Mrs Ford and Mrs Page set out to teach suspicious husbands and errant offspring a lesson whilst tricking Sir John Falstaff, who aims to seduce them for profit. Masques, mockery and mayhem reign, as the Bard of Avon …

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Mar 05 2016

Proscenium Presents… Waiting In The Wings – April 13-16, 2016

Set in ‘The Wings’ charity home for retired actresses, Noel Coward’s wryly amusing piece is a wise and compassionate address of the problems of confronting old age. “It’s the most lovely modern play I’ve played… cruel, but awfully funny” Sybil Thorndike Coward himself, writing in his diary in the late 1950s, said ‘the characters are …

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Nov 03 2015

Proscenium Presents Master Class – November 4-7, 2015

Proscenium presents Master Class, a theatrical piece that should appeal to music-lovers and students of history alike. In David Pownall’s engrossing and, at times, uproarious play, composers Shostakovich and Prokofiev find themselves confronted by the dictator Stalin to be told that their music is corrupt and that they must “sacrifice their individuality to the needs …

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Feb 28 2015

Tithe Farm Players Present: “Perfect Pitch” – March 26-28, 2015

Imagine finding yourself on holiday with a couple who turn out to be your worst nightmare! Ron and Yvonne have purchased their first caravan and are trying it out in Yorkshire prior to venturing on to more exotic locations. Later, an older, well-worn caravan appears next to them and sounds of noisy love-making cause Ron …

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Feb 28 2015

Proscenium Presents “Death and the Maiden” – March 11-14, 2014

Set in an unnamed country that is, like the author’s native Chile, emerging from a totalitarian dictatorship, Death and the Maiden explores the after-effects of repression on hearts and minds. Paulina Escobar’s husband Gerardo is to head an investigation into past human rights abuses. A Dr. Miranda stops at the Escobar house to congratulate Gerardo. Paulina overhears …

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Nov 08 2014

The Tithe Farm Player Present: “Laughter in the Dark”

Tithe Farm Players are very proud to announce details of their next exciting show….”Laughter in the Dark” by Victor Lucas…..a spooky Christmas comedy set in an eerie manor house. Strange, but very funny happenings, are occurring at the faded and eerie manor of Creeching Cheyney. An oddly assorted group of people are assembled on a …

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Nov 08 2014

The Hill Players Present: Alice in Wonderland – 19-20 December, 2014

Alice in Wonderland, a pantomime by Kate Parry and Karen Dolan-Smith, which we will be performing at The Ryan Theatre on Harrow on the Hill. Performance Dates: Friday 19th December, 7:30pm Saturday 20th December, 11:00am, 3:00pm and 7:00pm Tickets: Adults £10 Concessions £6 Family (2 adults and 2 children) £25 Tickets are on sale now …

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Nov 08 2014

WOS Presents “Copacabana” – November 12-15, 2014

WOS Productions present ‘Copacabana’ from 12-15th November at the Winston Churchill Theatre, in Pinn Way, Ruislip. A tale of love and romance on the way to stardom, in 1947 Manhattan, the lives of wannabe singer Lola and aspiring songwriter Tony intertwine following a chance meeting at a bar. Tony is immediately smitten with Lola, offering …

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Sep 24 2014

Proscenium Presents Relatively Speaking, by Alan Ayckbourn – October 15-18, 2014

Proscenium rounds off its 90th anniversary year with a real crowd-pleaser. And we hope you’ll feel inspired to join us for what should be a thoroughly enjoyable theatrical event.Greg wants to marry Ginny, even though they’ve only known each other for a month. He follows her on a visit to what he assumes is her parental home, so …

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Jun 24 2014

Tithe Farm Players: Who Killed the Vicar? – July 18-19, 2014

The Tithe Farm Players proudly present Who Killed the Vicar – an exciting Murder Mystery evening which includes a fish and chip supper. Reverend Martin Peacock is usually a diligent Minister, yet his attention has been swayed by the possibility of becoming the next Bishop of the ‘Grimeford and Huntley’ diocese. All manner of dark …

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