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February 2021

Christine Wild Theatre School & Rachel Wild's Performers Studio


Wizard of Oz

Wizard of Oz

Isle of Man

Venue: Gaiety Theatre, Douglas

Box Office: https://www.villagaiety.com/whats-on/

Jan 29th - Feb 2nd 2021

Take a magical trip down the yellow brick road to see the traditional, well loved family favourite – “The Wizard of Oz”. Why not treat your loved ones to special limited edition festive wrapped tickets for a memorable Christmas gift for the whole family to enjoy? (Available at the Villa Marina Reception and Welcome Centre)
This lavish production will enchant children and adults alike with its legendary story, impressive scenery, beautiful timeless music plus the epic spectacle of a talented class of over 200! In these difficult times what better escapism than the beloved “Wizard of Oz”. Join Dorothy on her captivating adventure to discover there really is “no place like home!”

Posted 30/10/2020

The South Devon Players Theatre & Film Company

The South Devon Players Theatre & Film Company

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Jack The Ripper

Directed by Laura Jury

Jack The Ripper


Venue: Online - Streamed virtual theatre performed from the actors home studios

Box Office: Tickets £10
Tickets & information from southdevonplayers.com

Sat 6th February 2021 7:30pm

A stage drama about London's famous Victorian serial killer.
(content advisory that this show contains bloody scenes, and depicts prostitution & opium use)
Directed by Laura Jury (our company founder)
Content advisories: General Suitability: Mid teens & adults
Strong Language: Mild | Violence: frequent: strong | Sex/ nudity: mild implied | Strobe lighting: No | Loud sound FX: TBC | Other: Scenes of opium use and prostitution

Posted 16/01/2021


Banbury Cross Players

Banbury Cross Players

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The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband

Author: Debbie Isitt

The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband


Venue: The Mill Arts Centre, Spiceball Park Rd, Banbury OX16 5QE

Box Office: www.themillartscentre.co.uk
Tickets from £13.50

February 10 - 13 2021 7:30pm

Kenneth and Hilary have been married nearly twenty years. But as middle age approaches, Ken finds himself in the arms of another woman. At first, Laura appears to be everything that is missing from Ken’s life with Hilary – young, slim, attractive and a vibrant free spirit – but his little fling quickly becomes desperately out of hand. Juggling the affections of two women, his world becomes a tangle of lies and deceit. Ken denies Hilary’s increasing suspicions. Forced to confront the truth he leaves Hilary for Laura. Only one problem – Laura can’t cook.
As time passes, Kenneth mourns the loss of Sunday roasts and haute cuisine, and the comforts of the settled life he once knew. When Hilary invites Ken and Laura over for dinner, he readily accepts, unaware of what delicacies Hilary plans to serve. Told through a series of flashbacks. Highly entertaining exploration of the old adage “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach”!

Posted 31/03/2020


GAOS - Geneva Amateur Operatic Society

GAOS - Geneva Amateur Operatic Society

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Venue: Théâtre de Marens, Nyon

Box Office: https://www.gaos.ch/event-3592719

25 Feb 2021 20:00 (UTC+01:00) to 07 Mar 2021 15:00 (UTC+01:00)

Little Shop of Horrors, with music by Alan Menken and lyrics and book by Howard Ashman, tells the story of nerdy Seymour and his love interest Audrey, who are trying to escape the Skid Row florist where they work with the help of a strange and unusual plant. The music, composed by Menken in the style of early 1960s rock and roll, doo-wop and early Motown, includes several well-known tunes, including the title song, "Skid Row (Downtown)", "Somewhere That's Green", and "Suddenly, Seymour".

Posted 31/10/2020

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