Tag Archives: Theatre

My Dearest Girls: The Letters Book

My Dearest Girls: The Letters Book Sat 20th Feb 2016 8pm Francesca Millican-Slater creates a brand new show based on the real letters sent between a group of six Shropshire women between 1917-1920. Against a background of war the women … Continue reading

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Alice in Wonderland, Boxtale Soup

Sun 13th Dec 2015 This is the same theatre group who performed Northanger Abbey for us last season. This production was the winner of the Buxton Fringe festival’s “Best Show for Families”, featuring a dozen colourful handmade puppets, a beautiful … Continue reading

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Spoonface Steinberg (Freerange Theatre Company)

Sat 31 January 2015 8:00 pm Age 14+ This play is about faith, love and the meaning of life as viewed through the eyes of ‘Spoonface’, an eight year old autistic girl diagnosed with cancer. It is a monologue that is in turn … Continue reading

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Northanger  Abbey (Box Tale Soup)Sat 22 Nov 2014

Through a remarkably faithful, award winning adaptation of this classic work, Box Tale Soup transport you into a world of beautiful paper puppets and gothic romance. Northanger Abbey tells the story of the young, naïve and unlikely heroine Catherine Morland. We … Continue reading

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The Ragged Trousered Philanthropist

What a treat! The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists came to the village hall and the performance was fantastic! The two-hander was performed by the fabulously named Fine Time Fontayne and Neil Gore, two very competent character actors who, between them played … Continue reading

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Nursing Lives – Vamos Theatre

This sell-out show provided an unusual, but fantastic evening of entertainment at Stoke Golding Village Hall. Nursing Lives told the story of nursing during the second world war through masked mime, which was very cleverly put together to portray the … Continue reading

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