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Upcoming Shows at
The Playhouse Theatre

Thursday 12th October 2023


A Night at the Musicals 
by Sandy Smith

A stylish celebration of music from some of the most classic Musicals of all time.


From The Greatest Showman to Mamma Mia, Waitress to Six, Les Miserable to Miss Saigon, each track is handpicked especially to ‘wow ‘and entertain you.


With the unforgettable voice of former West End Singer and as seen on ITV, Sandy Smith, this show will take you on a journey through the decades including many of the greatest songs ever recorded such as This Is Me, Never Enough, Bring Him Home, I Dreamed a Dream, Thank you For the Music plus many many more you will all love to want to sing or/and dance along to.

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Saturday 14th October 2023

6:00PM & 8:30PM

The Playhouse Spooktacular Double Feature

Celebrate Halloween with the Playhouse this spooky season. In the spirit of classic cinema, we are hosting a double feature of two timeless gothic horror films for our Playhouse members and friends! 

Come along and enjoy a drink, some spooky music, and of course - two chilling classics! You are welcome to just attend the first or second screening if you wish, or stay for the whole event! 

Doors and bar open at 5:00PM

Bar closes at 11:00PM

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Tuesday 31st October - Saturday 4th 

November 2023


Lilies on the Land by
The Lions Part

Next up, we present Lilies on the Land, a moving wartime story first devised and performed by The Lions Part in 2001. 

A beautifully constructed story of four women who sign up to join the Women's Land Army during World War II. This revealing and often funny play is based on the letters and interviews with real 'Land Girls' on which the show is based. 

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Saturday 18th November 2023


Flauntettes & Friends 
(For ages 18+)

The Flauntettes Troupe present their next burlesque showcase right here at the Playhouse. 

Featuring friends who will turn up the heat and add some extra glitter & sparkles! We promise a tantalising night full of tassels and tease. 

Guest performer info will be released nearer the date, with some big names will be joining us.


The evening will be hosted by the fabulous Raven who is our compère and will guide you through the evening’s entertainment, adding some laughs and giggles along the way. 

Doors will open at 19:00.

The Flauntettes troupe are from Northampton, from The Flauntettes burlesque school. Founded by Ms Scarlett Tales, we believe in ‘taking up our space’ no matter, age, shape, size or gender. 

Classes are held regularly and are aimed at beginners on a Wednesday night at The Lab. all information can be found on social media. 

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Tuesday 12th - Saturday 16th 

December 2023


This Happy Breed by Noel Coward

For December, we return to Noel Coward. Quite removed from the author's usual comedy of manners. Written in 1943, this play looks back at the world wars through the eyes of Frank Gibbons and his neighbours, exploring the struggles of being the 'new breed' looking toward the future.

Set in the Gibbons home, This Happy Breed opens in 1919 and takes us all the way to World War II. This brilliant play gives us a vital insight into one of the most precarious periods in our history.

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Friday 12th January 2024


The Roy Orbison Experience

The Roy Orbison Experience performing the songbook of Roy Orbison, including Pretty Woman, Penny Arcade, You Got It, Only The Lonely, I Drove All Night, plus many more hits from his career

The Roy Orbison Experience is a celebration of the music of Roy Orbison, with the amazing vocal talent of Oliver Harris, and with an excellent experienced fully live band of talented musicians. This is guaranteed to be an experience you won’t want to miss. This is not a look-a-like tribute act, but rather a special live performance faithfully replicating the unique unrivalled sound of Roy Orbison.

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Tuesday 13th - Saturday 17th 

February 2024


Fighting Over Beverly
by Israel Horowitz

This play, written by Israel Horowitz, is set in America in the 1990s.

Exploring themes of love, sacrifice, and duty - Fighting Over Beverly is an often poignant comedy following a love triangle. A complicated romance re-emerges over half a century after a young woman left her British fiancée to become a GI bride. 

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Tuesday 9th - Saturday 13th 

April 2024


Butterflies Are Free
by Leonard Gershe

The first production production of Butterflies Are Free, was nearly ten years ago. This is such a delightful, poignant comedy, and so successful with our audiences, we thought we should include it again in this season's programme. The original cast of four will be returning to the stage to recreate this visit to 'Flower Power America'. 

Hopeful musician Don Baker has left his overbearing mother to live on his own for the very first time. Delighted to find Jill, his new neighbour, is happy to unlock the connecting door between their apartments, he foresees a future exceeding all his greatest dreams.

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Tuesday 28th May - Saturday 1st 

June 2024


Bouncers by John Godber

Hitting our stage in May, we are very excited to present our long awaited production of Bouncers by John Godber. This brilliant comedy was first performed at Edinburgh Festival in 1977.

Hilarious, vulgar, frenetic, and highly physical. Bouncers is an international sensation, gathering awards around the world and becoming one the most performed plays across the UK. Bouncers is eye-wateringly funny, celebratory, and as relevant today as it ever was.

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Tuesday 16th - Saturday 20th

July 2024


The Deep Blue Sea 
by Terence Rattigan

Closing out our 2023/24 season, is Terence Rattigan's devastating Masterpiece, The Deep Blue Sea.

Inspired, in part, by a secret relationship shared between Rattigan and another man, The Deep Blue Sea is a powerful account of lives blighted by love - or lack of it. The play opens with the failed suicide of Hester Collyer, who has deserted her husband for the charms of an ex-fighter pilot. 

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