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  • Belfrey Players present Dennis Kelly’s hard-hitting play about a group of dysfunctional teenagers with a murderous secret. BOX OFFICE:  email boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or ‘phone  01952 222277 See the video trailer for DNA  here.    

    Deoxyribonucleic Acid

    Belfrey Players present Dennis Kelly’s hard-hitting play about a group of dysfunctional teenagers with a murderous secret. BOX OFFICE:  email boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or ‘phone  01952 222277 See the video trailer for DNA  here.    

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  • The Belfrey's latest newsletter can be downloaded from here.

    Newsletter

    The Belfrey's latest newsletter can be downloaded from here.

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  • Another success for the cast of NINE, Laura Delves and Roxy Roscoe, who were runners-up at the Shropshire Drama Festival and went on to represent the county at the Quarter Final at Burton-upon-Trent where Laura received a nomination for Best Actress. Also, congratulations to Ali Fear who garnered the Best Director award at Shropshire for NINE. And to Belfrey Youth who won the Youth section at Shropshire with D.I.Y. Frankenstein Outfit, with Madison Coyle taking away the Best Youth Actress award. And to Jess Bracken who got the Best Supporting award for her part in Players’ production of Red Balloon....

    More Drama Festival Successes!

    Another success for the cast of NINE, Laura Delves and Roxy Roscoe, who were runners-up at the Shropshire Drama Festival and went on to represent the county at the Quarter Final at Burton-upon-Trent where Laura received a nomination for Best Actress. Also, congratulations to Ali Fear who garnered the Best Director award at Shropshire for NINE. And to Belfrey Youth who won the Youth section at Shropshire with D.I.Y. Frankenstein Outfit, with Madison Coyle taking away the Best Youth Actress award. And to Jess Bracken who got the Best Supporting award for her part in Players’ production of Red Balloon....

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  • In Shakespeare’s magical play, drama, mystery, romance and comedy combine to create the story of an overthrown Duke and his desire for justice. 10th – 12th July 2014. Evenings at 7.30  BOX OFFICE:- boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277          

    The Tempest

    In Shakespeare’s magical play, drama, mystery, romance and comedy combine to create the story of an overthrown Duke and his desire for justice. 10th – 12th July 2014. Evenings at 7.30  BOX OFFICE:- boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277          

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  • The hilarious TV comedy hit takes to the stage. Come and see as we turn the Belfrey into Rene’s Cafe. 8th – 10th May 2014. Evenings at 7.30 BOX OFFICE:- boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277  

    ‘Allo ‘Allo

    The hilarious TV comedy hit takes to the stage. Come and see as we turn the Belfrey into Rene’s Cafe. 8th – 10th May 2014. Evenings at 7.30 BOX OFFICE:- boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277  

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  • Matinee performances on 8th and 9th February. Evening performances on 7th and 8th February.   BOX OFFICE: – email  boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or ‘phone 01952 222277

    Cinderella

    Matinee performances on 8th and 9th February. Evening performances on 7th and 8th February.   BOX OFFICE: – email  boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or ‘phone 01952 222277

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  • Matinee performances on 1st and 2nd February. Evening performances on 31st Jan and 1st February.   BOX OFFICE: – email  boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or ‘phone 01952 222277

    Cinderella

    Matinee performances on 1st and 2nd February. Evening performances on 31st Jan and 1st February.   BOX OFFICE: – email  boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or ‘phone 01952 222277

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  • In November each year the Wellington Theatre Company, located at the Belfrey Theatre, hosts a Drama Festival, for both Adults and Youth, aimed at encouraging Amateur Drama in Shropshire and beyond.     BOX OFFICE: – email  boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or ‘phone 01952 222277  

    40th Wellington Drama Festival – 2013

    In November each year the Wellington Theatre Company, located at the Belfrey Theatre, hosts a Drama Festival, for both Adults and Youth, aimed at encouraging Amateur Drama in Shropshire and beyond.     BOX OFFICE: – email  boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or ‘phone 01952 222277  

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  •     Perspectives – more plays than one an evening of short plays including the latest winner of the Derek Lomas play writing competition: "Do You Mind" by Allan Williams and Dennis Potter’s classic "Blue Remembered Hills" Belfrey Box Office: EMAIL: boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or phone (01952) 22 22 77 (24 hour information & ticket booking facility)

    Perspectives

        Perspectives – more plays than one an evening of short plays including the latest winner of the Derek Lomas play writing competition: "Do You Mind" by Allan Williams and Dennis Potter’s classic "Blue Remembered Hills" Belfrey Box Office: EMAIL: boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or phone (01952) 22 22 77 (24 hour information & ticket booking facility)

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  • Wellington Theatre Company's production of The Glass Menagerie was performed at The Gaiety Theare, Douglas, IOM on Wednesday 3rd April as part of their Easter Festival. At the awards ceremony on Friday 5th April Hugh Jones was awarded best supporting actor. Congratulations to Hugh for winning this award with such tough competition. Those who went were - Actors, Jack King as Tom, Margaret Leigh as Amanda, Clare Foster as Laura and Hugh Jones as Jim, the gentleman caller. Assisting were Matt Richardson, Laura Delves, Cathy Turner, Milly Corbett, Heather Foster, Andrew Foster. Director, trip organiser Marianne Foster and assistant director...

    Glass Menagerie on the Isle-of-Man

    Wellington Theatre Company's production of The Glass Menagerie was performed at The Gaiety Theare, Douglas, IOM on Wednesday 3rd April as part of their Easter Festival. At the awards ceremony on Friday 5th April Hugh Jones was awarded best supporting actor. Congratulations to Hugh for winning this award with such tough competition. Those who went were - Actors, Jack King as Tom, Margaret Leigh as Amanda, Clare Foster as Laura and Hugh Jones as Jim, the gentleman caller. Assisting were Matt Richardson, Laura Delves, Cathy Turner, Milly Corbett, Heather Foster, Andrew Foster. Director, trip organiser Marianne Foster and assistant director...

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