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  • The story of “Sleeping Beauty” revolves around the curse of the evil fairy Carabosse, slighted at the christening, and the eventual triumph of Good over Evil. Though the story covers 118 years, the narrative is linked by the Minstrel narrator, who keeps the action moving quickly. The comedy is carried by the outrageous Nanny Fanny Cranny, and Pickles the Page. The shoiw is full of knock-about and verbal humour, loads of audience participation, and several set piece routines including a battle between Beauty’s toys and Carabosse, the toys protecting Beauty as she sleeps. BOX OFFICE:- boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277

    The Sleeping Beauty by Peter Denyer

    The story of “Sleeping Beauty” revolves around the curse of the evil fairy Carabosse, slighted at the christening, and the eventual triumph of Good over Evil. Though the story covers 118 years, the narrative is linked by the Minstrel narrator, who keeps the action moving quickly. The comedy is carried by the outrageous Nanny Fanny Cranny, and Pickles the Page. The shoiw is full of knock-about and verbal humour, loads of audience participation, and several set piece routines including a battle between Beauty’s toys and Carabosse, the toys protecting Beauty as she sleeps. BOX OFFICE:- boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277

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  • The Accrington Pals is a poignant and harrowing play set in the early years of the First World War, as the country's jingoistic optimism starts to wane and the true terror of warfare gradually becomes clear. The play looks at both the terrifying experiences of the men at the front and the women who were left behind to face social changes, deprivation and the lies of propaganda. BOX OFFICE:- boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277 or tickets may be purchased online at: http://belfreytheatretickets.ticketsource.co.uk/

    The Accrington Pals

    The Accrington Pals is a poignant and harrowing play set in the early years of the First World War, as the country's jingoistic optimism starts to wane and the true terror of warfare gradually becomes clear. The play looks at both the terrifying experiences of the men at the front and the women who were left behind to face social changes, deprivation and the lies of propaganda. BOX OFFICE:- boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277 or tickets may be purchased online at: http://belfreytheatretickets.ticketsource.co.uk/

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  • Youth Section Best Play : Living With Lady Macbeth – Belfrey Youth Theatre Runner Up Best Play : If I Should Fall From Grace With God – Q3 Academy Best Actor : Dan Wilson (Dante, If I Should Fall from Grace With God) Best Actress : Tabitha Heeley (Lily Morgan, Living With Lady Macbeth) Best Supporting Role : Fiona Boyle (Mother, Living With Lady Macbeth) Best Director : Clare Foster (Living With Lady Macbeth) Full Length Section Best Play : Deoxyribonucleic Acid – Belfrey Players Best Actor : Rob Fisher (Willie, Blue Remembered Hills) Best Actress : Natalie Goldup (Audrey, Blue Remembered...

    40TH (2013) WELLINGTON DRAMA FESTIVAL RESULTS

    Youth Section Best Play : Living With Lady Macbeth – Belfrey Youth Theatre Runner Up Best Play : If I Should Fall From Grace With God – Q3 Academy Best Actor : Dan Wilson (Dante, If I Should Fall from Grace With God) Best Actress : Tabitha Heeley (Lily Morgan, Living With Lady Macbeth) Best Supporting Role : Fiona Boyle (Mother, Living With Lady Macbeth) Best Director : Clare Foster (Living With Lady Macbeth) Full Length Section Best Play : Deoxyribonucleic Acid – Belfrey Players Best Actor : Rob Fisher (Willie, Blue Remembered Hills) Best Actress : Natalie Goldup (Audrey, Blue Remembered...

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  • First round of the All England Theatre Festival 26th – 29th March 2014. Please see www.shropshiredrama.org.uk for more details.

    Shropshire Drama Festival

    First round of the All England Theatre Festival 26th – 29th March 2014. Please see www.shropshiredrama.org.uk for more details.

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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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