Sleeping Beauty – SCAR Productions Pantomime

A Pantomime by Alan Frayn

The Pantomime season is a good time to come along to the theatre and have a good evening of entertainment. Sleeping Beauty boasts all of the characters with wicked Witch Hazel determined to ruin the day, but she is foiled by good Fairy Lilac and Prince Alexis.

Princess Rose is looked after in the castle by Nurse Dottie Dettol and Muddles the palace handyman. The Witch puts a spell upon Princess Rose as a parting gift for not being invited to the christening, stating that she will prick her finger and die before her 16th birthday.

So come along and be part of the Sleeping Beauty Magic and help us to save Princess Rose… Oh yes you will!!!

 

Wednesday 3rd – Saturday 6th January 2018

Tickets: £12 / £10 (Under 16 / Over 60) / £8 for Group Bookings

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The Wind in the Willows

Presented by Carr-Nival Academy of Theatre Skils (C.A.T.S)

Join Toad, Ratty and Mole along with Badger on a whirlwind adventure. See what mayhem is caused when Chief Weasel takes over Toad Hall, as the seasons pass we encounter more woodland creatures along the way. The riverbank and the woods are so full of mystery and intrigue for our friends that this is one of those life journeys not to be missed!

Monday 8th & Tuesday 9th January 2018 – 7:00pm

Tickets: £12 / £10 (Under 16 / Over 60) / £8 Block Bookings

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Beauty and the Beast – Ha Ha Stage Productions

A traditional family pantomime with all the usual mixture of slapstick, romance and magic.  Prince Adam is transformed into a beast when he refuses to marry Eviline. Can Scarlett Rose brake the curse before the royal rose dies and stop Renee from killing the Beast? Will Fairy Snow Drop keep Eviline at bay?

Supported by a colourful cast including, Daisy Day-Dream, Eric, the royal valet and Roses sister Violet. Not forgetting Renee’s snobby mother, Madame Dumont.

Can good defeat evil?  Will true love conker all? Of course it will, after all that’s what pantomime is all about.

Written and Directed by Helen Evans

Tickets: £6 / £4 (Under 16’s)

Saturday 20th January – 2pm & 7pm

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An evening with The Lost Days

An Evening With The Lost Days.

The Lost Days bring their high-octane rock n’ roll show to Doncaster Little Theatre.

However for the first time, the band will be performing a one night only intimate set of stripped down and raw acoustic tracks, then followed by a full throttle rock show many have come to expect from the band.

This is a one time event not to be missed. Get your tickets fast!

‘One of the best up and coming bands on the UK Rock Scene’ – Damien Dalton (Northern Crossroads Management)

‘There’s absolutely no limit to what these boys can achieve’ – Si Robinson (Sound House Records)

Saturday 3rd February – 7:00pm

Tickets: £5.00

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STEPTOE AND SON

Hambledon Productions Proudly Present
STEPTOE AND SON
by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson

Adapted by John Hewer

Albert and Harold; father and son. One proclaims he’s “a poor old man” while the other protests that actually he’s “a dirty old man!” In actual fact, both are telling the truth. These two warring rag-and-bone-men, in their Shepherd’s Bush scrapyard home, became household favourites for entire generations throughout the 60s and 70s and still they continue to entertain audiences today.

Now it’s time to relive some of their finest misadventures through this brand new production. Marking fifty-five years since the show’s first ever broadcast, Hambledon Productions (Hancock’s Half Hour – The Lost Episodes, Educating Rita, Just Like That! The Tommy Cooper Show) breathe life back into the Steptoe household with this faithful, fresh and hilarious adaptation of original episodes from the long-running smash hit BBC sitcom.

“The affection for the original shines through in this fine production. I’m delighted that the scripts and the characters continue to be cherished after all this time. The performances are marvellous.”  – Ray Galton

“This energetic adaptation of some of Steptoe’s funniest, filthiest moments is the loveliest and most vibrant of tributes to Alan Simpson and Ray Galton” – Robert Ross (Comedy Historian)and most vibrant of tributes to Alan Simpson and Ray Galton:

Features the classic episodes: Divided We Stand, Men of Letters and Come Dancing.

Friday 23rd March – 7:30pm

Tickets: £12 / £10 (Under 16 / Over 60 / Student)


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