Theatre Trips:

Contact: Di Procter      Tel 01869 278149


July 19th 2018
(Thursday 2:30pm)
In Oxford
Birdsong was a 2010 adaptation of the novel of the same title by Sebastian Faulks. The text was written by Rachel Wagstaff and the premiere production was directed by Trevor Nunn. Wikipedia
In Oxford – go by X5
 June 1st
Sept 5th 2018
(Wednesday 2:30pm)
This is a new production based on the Oscar winning film that starred Dustin Hoffman. A story about two brothers’ trip across America, one of whom is autistic Spare Ticket available
£26.50 Extended
June 27th
October 3rd 2018
(Wednesday 2.30pm)
War Horse
The play of Michael Morpurgo’s moving book with puppeteers moving the animals. The horses are amazing. Not to be missed. Bring a hanky.
Upper Circle and Stalls
October 25th 2018
(Thursday 2.30pm)
English National Ballet :
Manon– Kenneth Macmillan’s masterpiece of love, luxury and passion
Front Circle
July 25th
November 22nd 2018
(Thursday 2.30pm)
The Comedy About a Bank Robbery
 is presented by Mischief Theatre, the creators of the smash-hit, Oliver Award-winning show The Play That Goes Wrong. Mischief Theatre is a comedy theatre company first formed in 2008 by a group of graduates and students of The London Academy of Music & Art. Since forming the company, they have created and presented a number of hilarious productions including The Play That Goes Wrong
Front Circle
August 20th 2018
March 30th
(Saturday 2.30pm)
The Magic Flute
Welsh National Opera
This is an experiment as it is a Saturday booking, the only matinee, Tickets are in the circle and I have two price bands
Front circle Row B £50
Further back : Row K £42.50
August 20th
April 3rd
(Wednesday 2.30pm)

Glengarry Glen Ross
After ‘sealing the deal’ with critics and audiences alike during its smash hit West End run, Sam Yates’ unmissable production of one of David Mamet’s greatest and most lauded plays, Glengarry Glen Ross will embark on a nationwide tour.
This ground-breaking modern classic has won every major dramatic award on Broadway and in the West End, including the 1983 Olivier Award for Best Play and the 1984 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and was later adapted by Mamet for the 1992 film starring Jack Lemmon and Al Pacino. At a time of fierce debate about the American Dream and what it represents, Glengarry Glen Ross is a lacerating satire for modern society.
Lies. Greed. Corruption. It’s business as usual.
Set in an office of cut-throat Chicago salesmen. Pitched in a high-stakes competition against each other, four increasingly desperate employees will do anything, legal or otherwise, to sell the most real estate. As time and luck start to run out, the mantra is simple: close the deal and you’ve won a Cadillac; blow the lead and you’re in deep trouble.

Front Circle £26.00 Nov 1st
April 16th
(Tuesday 7.30pm)
The House on Cold Hill
Following the overwhelming, sell out stage success of Not Dead EnoughThe Perfect Murder and Dead Simple, the No. 1 best-selling author Peter James is back with this spine-tingling smash hit play. Within days of moving into the huge, dilapidated Georgian mansion in the remote Sussex countryside, the Harcourt family quickly realise that they aren’t the only residents at Cold Hill…
The House on Cold Hill is a modern day ghostly thriller that will send shivers down your spine and make you think twice about returning home to a dark, empty house after the show!
Stalls £28.50 but with 20 people this will be reduced to £26.50 August 14th
May 2nd
(Tuesday 2:30pm)
Northern Ballet is to première Victoria, a ballet by Cathy Marston in spring 2019. This new ballet will coincide with the 200th anniversary of the birth of one of Britain’s most iconic monarchs, Queen Victoria. The world première will take place in Leeds on 9 March 2019 followed by a UK wide tour until June.
Victoria tells the astounding life story of Queen Victoria through the eyes of her youngest child and lifelong companion Beatrice. Travelling back in time from Victoria’s death bed, Beatrice relives her memories of her mother as a secluded widow before discovering her anew as she transcribes the Queen’s intimate diaries. From the accession of the teenage princess Victoria, Beatrice uncovers her mother’s challenging relationship with her own mother; the truth about her passionate marriage to Prince Albert; and her ambiguous relationship with John Brown; as well as key events of her reign from the Opium Wars to the Great Exhibition. Wife, mother, lover, Empress; Victoria presents the various, often conflicting faces of this emblematic monarch, and shows how an act of daughterly devotion became one of history’s most notorious revisions.
Circle £17.00 Sept 20th
May 16th
(Thursday 2.30pm)
Les Miserables Circle
Dec 1st


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