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    Wellington Drama Festival 2018

    Updated:Sunday, May 5, 2019

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  • Alan Bennett’s first play, written in 1973, is a farcical comedy set in Brighton in the 1960s where the lust and longing of the permissive society has well and truly taken hold of the apparently respectable Wicksteed family. Like some saucy Magill seaside postcard as retouched by Magritte, or an end-of-the-pier romp reorganised by Orton, the piece shows how a collection of stock types from Hove find themselves propelled into the permissive society with the arrival of a false-breast fitter from Leatherhead. Identities are mistaken, the wrong knockers admiringly fondled, and libidos burst out of enforced hibernation. boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 […]

    Habeas Corpus

    Alan Bennett’s first play, written in 1973, is a farcical comedy set in Brighton in the 1960s where the lust and longing of the permissive society has well and truly taken hold of the apparently respectable Wicksteed family. Like some saucy Magill seaside postcard as retouched by Magritte, or an end-of-the-pier romp reorganised by Orton, the piece shows how a collection of stock types from Hove find themselves propelled into the permissive society with the arrival of a false-breast fitter from Leatherhead. Identities are mistaken, the wrong knockers admiringly fondled, and libidos burst out of enforced hibernation. boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 […]

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  • With lots of songs and silly jokes this is a traditional pantomime for all the family to enjoy. Can Jack save the people of Merrydale from the scary giant and his horrible henchman? Will the King be able to satisfy the giant’s demands for more money?, will Grabbit, the baillif, get anyone to pay any rent?, will Jack, Jill and Daisy the cow live happily ever after? You’ll just have to join us to find out, Oh yes you will! boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277 Updated:Tuesday, January 29, 2019

    Jack and The Beanstalk

    With lots of songs and silly jokes this is a traditional pantomime for all the family to enjoy. Can Jack save the people of Merrydale from the scary giant and his horrible henchman? Will the King be able to satisfy the giant’s demands for more money?, will Grabbit, the baillif, get anyone to pay any rent?, will Jack, Jill and Daisy the cow live happily ever after? You’ll just have to join us to find out, Oh yes you will! boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277 Updated:Tuesday, January 29, 2019

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  • With lots of songs and silly jokes this is a traditional pantomime for all the family to enjoy. Can Jack save the people of Merrydale from the scary giant and his horrible henchman? Will the King be able to satisfy the giant’s demands for more money?, will Grabbit, the baillif, get anyone to pay any rent?, will Jack, Jill and Daisy the cow live happily ever after? You’ll just have to join us to find out, Oh yes you will! boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277 Updated:Sunday, February 3, 2019

    Jack and The Beanstalk

    With lots of songs and silly jokes this is a traditional pantomime for all the family to enjoy. Can Jack save the people of Merrydale from the scary giant and his horrible henchman? Will the King be able to satisfy the giant’s demands for more money?, will Grabbit, the baillif, get anyone to pay any rent?, will Jack, Jill and Daisy the cow live happily ever after? You’ll just have to join us to find out, Oh yes you will! boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277 Updated:Sunday, February 3, 2019

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  • In Shakespeare’s bloodthirsty. supernatural tragedy, Macbeth, the Thane of Glamis, receives a prophecy from a coven of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland. Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth murders his king and takes the throne for himself. boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277 Updated:Monday, October 22, 2018

    Macbeth

    In Shakespeare’s bloodthirsty. supernatural tragedy, Macbeth, the Thane of Glamis, receives a prophecy from a coven of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland. Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth murders his king and takes the throne for himself. boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277 Updated:Monday, October 22, 2018

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  • Belfrey Youth Theatre’s new season starts on Wednesday 6th September with an Open Evening for existing members, new members and parents. Updated:Tuesday, February 12, 2019

    Youth Theatre – New Season

    Belfrey Youth Theatre’s new season starts on Wednesday 6th September with an Open Evening for existing members, new members and parents. Updated:Tuesday, February 12, 2019

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  • The Belfrey Theatre’s Annual General Meeting will take place on Friday 13th October at 7.00 pm. Updated:Monday, October 16, 2017

    AGM 2017

    The Belfrey Theatre’s Annual General Meeting will take place on Friday 13th October at 7.00 pm. Updated:Monday, October 16, 2017

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  • By Sam Steiner The average person will speak 123,205,750 words in a lifetime. But what if there were a limit? Bernadette and Oliver are about to find out. This award-winning play imagines a world where we’re forced to say less; examining how we express ourselves, personally and politically, through the lens of one couple’s relationship. It’s about what we say and how we say it; about the things we can only hear in the silence; about dead cats, activism, eye contact and more. Presented by Belfrey Players boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277 Updated:Sunday, August 13, 2017

    Lemons, lemons, lemons, lemons, lemons

    By Sam Steiner The average person will speak 123,205,750 words in a lifetime. But what if there were a limit? Bernadette and Oliver are about to find out. This award-winning play imagines a world where we’re forced to say less; examining how we express ourselves, personally and politically, through the lens of one couple’s relationship. It’s about what we say and how we say it; about the things we can only hear in the silence; about dead cats, activism, eye contact and more. Presented by Belfrey Players boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277 Updated:Sunday, August 13, 2017

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  • by Tom Stoppard Stoppard’s classic comedy ingeniously re-invents the country house whodunnit in which two theatre critics find themselves more involved than they realise in the murder mystery on stage. Playing mischievously with theatrical convention, the play breaks down the wall between stage and auditorium with a fatal piece of audience participation. Presented by Belfrey Players   boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277   Updated:Sunday, August 13, 2017

    The Real Inspector Hound

    by Tom Stoppard Stoppard’s classic comedy ingeniously re-invents the country house whodunnit in which two theatre critics find themselves more involved than they realise in the murder mystery on stage. Playing mischievously with theatrical convention, the play breaks down the wall between stage and auditorium with a fatal piece of audience participation. Presented by Belfrey Players   boxoffice@belfreytheatre.com or 01952 222277   Updated:Sunday, August 13, 2017

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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 2018

    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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