Triple Threat – A Little Theatre Production

Three short plays to enjoy in one evening.

We present three very different productions giving our members chance to develop and let their creative juices flow, to encourage new directors to gain theatrical skills within a safe environment.

Each play stands upon its own merit and there will be two short intervals.

This is a great value for money evening and a chance to see works very rarely performed on the Doncaster stages.

“The Visitor” A patient gives his psychiatrist a few problems by claiming to come from a distant planet. His belief can’t be shaken, and worse, he says the world is going to end very soon. Will Dr Collinghurst accept his offer of a ride on his spaceship, or at least ask Nurse Alexander out before Doomsday?

Wednesday 24th May & Thursday 25th May – 7:30pm

Tickets £10 / £8 Concessions (Under 16 / Over 60)

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Black Cat Present: A Night At The Musicals

Black Cat Present: A Night At The Musicals

A Variety of songs from a range of musicals including Joseph, Miss Saigon and Grease

Tickets: £6 (Adult) £4 (Under 16)

Saturday 27th May – 2pm & 7pm

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The Enchanter – A Young Lit Production

Written & Directed by Barbara Upton

Donborough is in trouble! The refuse collectors are on strike and a plague of rats has unsettled the people who look to the Mayor for help. Sadly, the Mayor and the sycophantic councillors are too concerned about their own position to be effective. A travelling musician in strange apparel seems to offer hope.

Thursday 1st & Friday 2nd June – 7pm

Tickets: £7

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Bedlam Theatre Group Present
John Godber’s Classic comedy returns to Doncaster. This fast-moving, inventive and highly entertaining evokes life at a comprehensive school in  the 1980s. Three fifth-formers re-create stories from their last school year, playing over twenty characters between them, the whole piece is inspired by their new drama teacher, Mr Nixon. 
Join Salty, Gail and Hobby as they tell the story of Whitewall high school, and the huge range of different students, teachers and other comical characters that everyone had in their school.
Some reviews of previous productions of John Godber’s Teechers:
‘…there is only one fitting description of Teechers…winner’ – Daily Telegraph
‘…freewheeling, highly original entertainment.’ – Daily Mail
”john Godber keeps things moving fast and light as he always does: the style is loud, cheerful, butch and pointedly political.’ – Time Out
Tickets £8
Monday 5th – Tuesday 6th June – 7:00pm
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Excellent Adventures Through Time

Acting Up Productions Presents:

A unique theatrical experience that will take you back in time and get your feet tapping and your hands clapping!

Saturday 10th June – 2:00pm / 7:00pm

Full Price £6
Dice Members £5
Family Ticket £14 (2 Adults + 2 Children)
Carers / Support Workers £4

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Dangerous Obsession – A Little Theatre Production

by N. J. Crisp

Directed by Barbara Upton

Sally is visited by a person who says he knows her but she has barely any recollection of him. When her husband returns the pieces of the puzzle are gradually put together but the completed picture is shattering. A tightly constructed thriller with surprises at every turn; it makes a good night out.

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

Tickets £10 / £8 Concession (Under 16 / Over 60)

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A Striking Friendship

Elite Theatre Arts presents A Striking Friendship…..

A play set in Yorkshire during the 1984 miners strike seen through the eyes of children. Alison and best friend Kevin struggle to fit in, but they have each other. That is until Kevin’s father decides to cross the picket line and is branded a scab, the pair try hard to remain friends against Alison’s fathers wishes.

A play full of nostalgic references to eighties pop culture this will appeal to young and old.

The playwright grew up in Yorkshire during the eighties, and now lives in Doncaster where she taught Drama in an old mining pit village secondary school for nineteen years. She is more recently the founder and principal of theatre school Elite Theatre Arts.

Thursday 22nd June – 7:00pm

Tickets: £9 & £8 (Concessions)

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Cheshire Cats

Grown women, aching feet and heaving bosoms!

Follow the Cheshire Cats team as they speed walk their way to fundraising success in the London Moonwalk. Hilary, Siobhan, Yvonne, Vicky and Maggie are attempting to walk 13 miles across the capital in record time, wearing decorated bras and posh new trainers, but the sixth member of their team doesn’t meet the physical criteria!

Cheshire Cats is a cross between a girls’ night out and a real mission to support a cause close to many hearts, with plenty of laughs and a few tears along the way.

Directed by Alba Coulson

Thursday 29th June – 7:00pm

Tickets £9 / £8 Concession

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Little Mix Tribute Night

LMX presents a tribute to the popular chart stars, Little Mix. Four young women with incredible four part harmonies and polished choreography for every venue.

 Based in the North of England, LMX travel throughout the UK with a slick concert show showcasing the popular songs of Little Mix and complete the show with styled outfits an
d personalities to suit.Act One: Little Mix (songs include Shout Out To My Ex, Salute, Hair, Touch, Move and many more)

Act Two: A journey through the Pop Decades ( including songs such as Proud Mary, Spice Girls, Beyoncé, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Adele)

This is a must have for any family event or venue and dates are filling up fast so don’t miss your chance to see one of the UKs rising star tribute acts.

Whether a fan of Little Mix or not these girls are sure to get the party started and have you singing and dancing In your seats!

Saturday 1st July


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Jeeves & Wooster- A Little Theatre Production

In Perfect Nonesense

From the works of P.G. Wodehouse By Goodale Brothers

When a country house weekend takes a turn for the worse, Bertie Wooster is unwittingly called on to play matchmaker – reconciling the affections of his host’s drippy daughter Madeleine with his newt fancying acquaintance Gussie Fink Nottle.

If Bertie assisted by Jeeves cannot pull off the wedding of the year he will be forced to abandon his cherished bachelor status and marry the girl himself!

P.G. Wodehouse would have loved this production (Telegraph)

Thursday 6th – Saturday 8th July – 7:30pm

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

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Broadway Magic

This show is filled with memorable numbers from the Broadway and Hollywood Musicals.

1920’s through to the golden age of the 50’s and 60’s. A cornucopia of song and dance that includes, tap, ballet, contemporary and Jazz. The young performers also delve into the modern musicals of today. So here there is something for every taste from a talented group of theatre entertainers.

Sunday 9th July – 4:00pm

Tickets £10 / £8 Concessions (Under 16 / Over 60)

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Facsinating Rhythms

An eclectic mix of Song, Dance and Acting .Here we meet West End, Broadway and Hollywood stars of musical theatre, pop and art.

A vibrant array of modern musical numbers fused with the traditional elements of the Theatre and Art.

This is an unusual selection of Music and dance with Solo songs and choral pieces to give an entertaining evening for all the family.

This ends C.A.T.S. season of work following on from their successful production of Les Miserables.

Monday 10th July – 7:00pm

Tickets £10 / £8 Concessions (Under 16 / Over 60)

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St James Church Skits and Hymns

Phase 2 Productions Present

Come and join us for some fun-filled Christian skits and hymns performed by St James’s Church Drama Group.

Saturday 15th July – 1pm

Tickets £6

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Under The Sod

A Phase 2 Production
Written by Will Tollerfield
Directed by Will Tollerfield & Jade-Lee Saxelby

You only have the rest of your life…

London, 1967. The death of an East-End gangster leaves his two surviving, and forever disputing, sons to pick up the pieces of his chaotic life and settle any outstanding affairs.

Along with the mourners and the inevitable grieving, the day of the funeral brings long-untold secrets to light – as well as a mysterious stranger who holds a very different motive for his visit.

Worry does funny things to people – leads them to engage in all kinds of crazy.”

From the producers of Sod’s Law, Her Smile and Feet First Class Under the Sod contains a talented cast including Aidan Nicol, Will Templeton, Stephen Trafford, Abbie Coulson and Will Tollerfield – with Marcus Wardman as the infamous Kray twins.


Friday 14th & Saturday 15th July – 7:30pm

Tickets £10

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Please note that this performance contains the following: frequent use of very strong language, strong violence and scenes of a distressing nature. This performance also contains several instances of tobacco smoking on stage.