Music Masters: Night Of A Thousand Stars

A celebration of great songs and sounds from the 50’s & 60’s.

The new Music Masters have emerged as arguably the hottest band on the 50’s & amp; 60’s scene. The band has an ability to so perfectly recreate the sound and atmosphere of the 50 & 60s music scene from when music sent an exciting buzz around the country.

The musicians of the Music Masters have a musical pedigree second to none and have been band members with the likes of Dave Berry, The Sheffields, Joe Cocker, Paintbox and The Voices of P.J. Johnson.

The band has built a reputation over the past ten years as members of Past Masters and intends to achieve greater heights with their new venture MUSIC MASTERS.

Saturday 6th October – 7:30pm

Tickets: £15

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The Dresser – A Little Theatre Production

By Ronald Harwood | By kind permission of Samuel French
Directed by Barbara Upton

‘Sir’ is playing King Lear – a draining part at the best of times but he is ill and struggling to stay upright. However, the show must go on and his long-suffering dresser does all he can to get him through the performance. A tragic tale; on and off the stage.

Thursday 11th – Saturday 13th October – 7:30pm

Tickets: £10 / £8 (Under 16 / Over 60 / Students)

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DNA

C.A.T.S Presents

DNA by Dennis Kelly

Dennis Kelly’s short, sharp, shocker of a play cleverly piles on the twists as guilt and madness work their poison on a group of teenagers dynamics trying to get away with murder.

Monday 22nd – Tuesday 23rd October – 7:00pm

Tickets: £10 / £8 (Under 16 / Over 60 / Student)


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A Night at the Musicals

Lynda Radford Presents:

A Night at the Musicals – The hits of West End & Broadway Musicales

Thursday 25th October – 7:30pm

Tickets:: £15

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Edith in the Dark

 

A chilling thriller by Philip Meeks
Directed by Adam Morley

“Highly original” THE GUARDIAN

“A superbly written new play… a devilishly good idea” THE STAGE
“A delicate balance of tongue-in-cheek and heart-in-mouth” THE PUBLIC REVIEWS

Baroque Theatre Company presents this supernatural journey into the disturbing, dark and supernatural imaginings of celebrated children’s author Edith Nesbit. (The Railway Children, Five Children and It).

One night in her attic writing room with her housekeeper and a mysterious guest she reads them a story, not one of her cherished children’s tales, but one of her terrifying early horror stories. As the tale unfolds it becomes clear all is not what it seems…Someone in the attic is hiding a deadly secret.

Edith in the Dark is a haunting glimpse into the nightmarish inner world of an author whose reputation for cosy childhood innocence is only half the story.

Friday 26th October – 7:30pm

Tickets: £10 / £8 (Under 16 / Over 60 / Student) / £8 Group of 7+

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Cinema Screening

18+ Only
Join us in fancy dress if you wish for a fun-filled night watching the film version of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Ticket £8
***Ticket includes***
A goody bag
A photo
A welcome drink!
Saturday 27th October –
Doors 7:30pm / Film Start 8:30pm


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Murder at Montague Manor – A Young Lit Production

A Young Lit Production
Written and Directed by Barbara Upton

The Montagues are well-heeled country folk who are devastated by the sudden loss of Lord Montague and the family heirloom. The local constabulary is called and expected to bring the matter to a speedy conclusion but one wonders if they are up to the task. We will see.

Thursday 1st & Friday 2nd November – 7:00pm

Tickets: £8 / £5 Young Lit Members

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Children of the First Generation

V Jay Theatre Productions presents

Celebrating Windrush 70th Anniversary

“Children of the First Generations” is a originally  theatre play written and performed by Victor Richards, but now Victor is simply going to tell the story which will recapture the spirit of growing up in England in the Late 60’s, 70’s and early 80’s, as seen through Victor’s eyes and the experiences of his peers, spanning his childhood, adolescents and early adulthood.

The storyline centres around Granville, the son of Augustus Cleveland Johnson the character in the first play “Streets Paved with Gold”. Granville was born in England. After immigrating to Barbados for 15 years he decides to return to England (His country of Birth) with his wife and their two lovely children. It is his desire for his children to complete their education here and the family to acquire an affluent lifestyle. However his wife and children have been uprooted and there is no certainty as to whether they can make the adjustments necessary to settle in England.

After being here for a year Granville decides to throw a house warming party and invites his old friends acquaintances and family members ….. during his preparation for the party he begins to reminisce …. his trip down memory lane encompasses many experiences and encounters.

This is a story of Children of Windrush generation – recapturing the Music, Fashion, Schoolboy daze and humour, Adolescence, Work, Family, Relationship and the realisation of the impact of racism, just to mention a few of the issues. The script provides a realistic and thrilling account of the experiences faced by the first generation and the legacy which we have inherited as we continue to celebrate and acknowledge the contributions made by Windrush generations.

Saturday 3rd Novemeber – 7pm (doors 6:30pm)

Tickets: £5 (£8 on the door)


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Soirée of Stars

A Cabaret evening of song and dance performed by the Ibberson School of Dance – Upper Students

 

Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th Novemember – 7pm

Tickets: £8 / £6 (Under 16 / Over 60)


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Playhouse Creatures – A Little Theatre Production

By April De Angelis and directed by Graham Carpenter.

Set in the year 1669, a bawdy and troublesome time.

Theatres have just reopened after seventeen years of Puritan suppression and women are allowed to appear on stage for the first time. Playhouse Creatures focuses on five of the most famous actresses of the time and provides a moving and often comic account of the precarious lives of Restoration actresses.

With many themes brought up that are still relevant today.

Thursday 15th – Saturday 17th November – 7:30pm

Tickets: £10 / £8 (Under 16 / Over 60 / Student)

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Contains strong language

Ballyturk / Numbers

NUMBERS is a short play where Mean Girls meets Lord of the Flies. A brutal and hilarious comedy set in an all-girls boarding school.

 

“Ballyturk is a world of cartoonish exaggeration, tumbling with madcap fictions, avalanches of props and shrieking personalities- in short an Enda Walsh play” (The Irish Times)

 

Tuesday 20th and Wednesday 21st November – 7:30pm

Tickets: £10 / £8 (Under 16 / Over 60 / Student)


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The Bachelors

For one night only:
The Bachelors!

Thursday 23rd November – 7pm

Tickets: £15

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A Girl, A Rabbit and a Random Tea Party

‘The Theatre Gang return to ruin yet another classic novel. They slaughtered Christmas Carol, then annihilated Treasure Island, this time however, they mean business, they’re taking on Lewis Carroll and his classic, ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ – The show will include all your favourite characters, some characters you’ve never heard of, and one or two that are there just so we can shoehorn a joke in. This comedy for kids, by kids, is sure to entertain. So come, join us, and help support some of Doncaster’s young talent.’

Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th November – 7pm

Tickets: £10 / £8 (Under 16 / Over 60 / Students)


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Ebinezer

C.A.T.S Presents

Ebenezer – By Malcolm Sircom

Friday 30th November 7pm

Saturday 1st December 2pm & 7pm

Tickets: £10 / £8 (Under 16 / Over 60 / Students)
(Discount booking for large groups)


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Miracle on 34th Street 1947 – Cinema Screening

When a nice old man who claims to be Santa Claus is institutionalised as insane, a young lawyer decides to defend him by arguing in court that he is the real thing.

Tickets: £5.00

Friday 7th December – 2pm

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Jack And The Beanstalk – A Little Theatre Family Pantomime

Jack and the Beanstalk our truly traditional family Pantomime is a spectacular phenomenon and worthy of a trip to the theatre. Come along and meet Jack on his adventures and join his mother Dame Dotty Dimple in finding out what happens up the magic Beanstalk.

Check out with our tap dancing Buttermilk the cow and watch out for Rancid the Ratman and his boss the Buster Gut Bucket Giant.

Like any Pantomime we have our Good Fairy Sugardust trying to overcome the evil Wicked Witch Piccalilli. Our Beautiful Princess Charlotte falls madly in love with Jack and surely there will be a happy ending or does the Giant put his great big foot in it.

Join us for the must see PANTOMIME of the season book early we had a sold out panto last year. Oh YES WE DID!!!!

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