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  • This is the true story of a village in Derbyshire set in 1665 during the aftermath of the English Civil War. There is tension in the air due to the presence in the village of rectors from opposing factions. The local tailor takes delivery of a box of wet clothes from London which he dries in front of the fire. The next day he’s dead from a mysterious, unsightly disease. Over the next few months many more people die, and it is a while before anybody realizes that this disease is the dreaded plague. The severity of the outbreak calls […]

    Roses of Eyam

    This is the true story of a village in Derbyshire set in 1665 during the aftermath of the English Civil War. There is tension in the air due to the presence in the village of rectors from opposing factions. The local tailor takes delivery of a box of wet clothes from London which he dries in front of the fire. The next day he’s dead from a mysterious, unsightly disease. Over the next few months many more people die, and it is a while before anybody realizes that this disease is the dreaded plague. The severity of the outbreak calls […]

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  • Belfrey Players present ‘ Cut It Out’ , a play by Trevor Suthers Belfrey Youth Theatre present ‘Bad Reception’, a comedy by Paul Vincent and ‘Butler’, a devised comedy whodunnit

    Three One-Act Plays

    Belfrey Players present ‘ Cut It Out’ , a play by Trevor Suthers Belfrey Youth Theatre present ‘Bad Reception’, a comedy by Paul Vincent and ‘Butler’, a devised comedy whodunnit

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  • Belfrey Players present ‘Lighthearted Intercourse’ by Bill Naughton Just a year into marriage and with a young baby to care for, Joe is one of three million unemployed looking for work every day – when he’d much rather be spending time with his young wife, Madge. Both have secrets from their past that they are reluctant to share with each other, until an unexpected visitor appears who seems to know exactly what the future holds.

    Lighthearted Intercourse

    Belfrey Players present ‘Lighthearted Intercourse’ by Bill Naughton Just a year into marriage and with a young baby to care for, Joe is one of three million unemployed looking for work every day – when he’d much rather be spending time with his young wife, Madge. Both have secrets from their past that they are reluctant to share with each other, until an unexpected visitor appears who seems to know exactly what the future holds.

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  • Belfrey Players present ‘Like A Virgin’ by Gordon Steel A romp through the bubble-gum years of teenage life. Angela and Maxine, besotted with Madonna, play truant from school, form a band, attempt to write songs and, with hairbrushes in hand, live out their adolescent dreams of becoming famous. Meanwhile Angela’s mother, Viv, struggles to come to terms with her marriage break-up and her daughter’s explosive lifestyle, as the play rollercoasters through hope, sex, ambition, despair and, most of all, love.

    Like A Virgin

    Belfrey Players present ‘Like A Virgin’ by Gordon Steel A romp through the bubble-gum years of teenage life. Angela and Maxine, besotted with Madonna, play truant from school, form a band, attempt to write songs and, with hairbrushes in hand, live out their adolescent dreams of becoming famous. Meanwhile Angela’s mother, Viv, struggles to come to terms with her marriage break-up and her daughter’s explosive lifestyle, as the play rollercoasters through hope, sex, ambition, despair and, most of all, love.

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  • The Shropshire Drama Festival. (a first round festival of the All England Theatre Festival) The festival is held every Spring and showcases the best theatrical talent from around the county. Two or three one-act plays are shown each evening and a professional adjudicator is on hand to give the competing teams the benefit of his comments. The festival ends with an awards evening where individual and group talent is singled out for the presentation of various awards. The competition is organised into adult and youth categories and the winners can go on to represent Shropshire in the All England Theatre […]

    Shropshire Drama Festival

    The Shropshire Drama Festival. (a first round festival of the All England Theatre Festival) The festival is held every Spring and showcases the best theatrical talent from around the county. Two or three one-act plays are shown each evening and a professional adjudicator is on hand to give the competing teams the benefit of his comments. The festival ends with an awards evening where individual and group talent is singled out for the presentation of various awards. The competition is organised into adult and youth categories and the winners can go on to represent Shropshire in the All England Theatre […]

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  • Congratulations to everyone in ‘The Accrington Pals’ who won the award for Most Dramatic Moment in the Isle of Man Easter Festival 2015. They also got a nomination for Best Costume and Make-up, Laura Delves got nominated for Best Actrsss. Leah Johnson got nominated for both Best Female Supporting Actress and Most Promising under 21

    Success at I-O-M for Accrington Pals

    Congratulations to everyone in ‘The Accrington Pals’ who won the award for Most Dramatic Moment in the Isle of Man Easter Festival 2015. They also got a nomination for Best Costume and Make-up, Laura Delves got nominated for Best Actrsss. Leah Johnson got nominated for both Best Female Supporting Actress and Most Promising under 21

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  • The adjudicator will be Chris Jaeger MBE of the Guild Of Drama Adjudicators.

    Wellington Drama Festival 2015

    The adjudicator will be Chris Jaeger MBE of the Guild Of Drama Adjudicators.

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  •   by John Chapman The marriage of Rupert and Sarah is on the rocks and their friends Charles and Madge, both of whom are lawyers, agree to handle the divorce. After the curtain has been up a few minutes, Rupert forgets his lines, has a brain storm and threatens to kill Charles in full view of the audience because he’s been having an affair off stage, with Rupert’s real wife, Madge. The play is a light hearted tilt at the complete theatricality of stage folk. BOX OFFICE:- boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277 Online Tickets

    Kindly Leave the Stage

      by John Chapman The marriage of Rupert and Sarah is on the rocks and their friends Charles and Madge, both of whom are lawyers, agree to handle the divorce. After the curtain has been up a few minutes, Rupert forgets his lines, has a brain storm and threatens to kill Charles in full view of the audience because he’s been having an affair off stage, with Rupert’s real wife, Madge. The play is a light hearted tilt at the complete theatricality of stage folk. BOX OFFICE:- boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277 Online Tickets

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  • “A Slice of Saturday Night is a musical pastiche that takes you spinning back to the Swinging decade to celebrate the etertnal embarrassment of teen age … girls in mini-skirts and boys in Chelsea boots sing songs about teen trauma that sound like all those 60s hits you’ve heard on retrospective shows.” — Whats On BOX OFFICE:- boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277 Online Tickets

    A Slice of Saturday Night

    “A Slice of Saturday Night is a musical pastiche that takes you spinning back to the Swinging decade to celebrate the etertnal embarrassment of teen age … girls in mini-skirts and boys in Chelsea boots sing songs about teen trauma that sound like all those 60s hits you’ve heard on retrospective shows.” — Whats On BOX OFFICE:- boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277 Online Tickets

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