Our next show will be Farcicles by Alan Ayckbourn and runs from Monday 18th to Saturday 23rd November 2019.
“Teddy’s marriage to Lottie is going through a difficult period. Does he still love Lottie? Does Lottie still love him? Cue next door neighbours Penny and Reggie to the rescue. Penny weighing in to help Lottie and Reggie resolving to help his best friend to resist temptation. But with the arrival of the voluptuous Chloë all their best laid schemes are put to the test”
Tickets will be available to book online from 1st October.
Tickets now on sale. CLICK HERE
Please join us on the 28th and 29th of September for A Swing Night Extravaganza.
Limited seats for this cabaret-style evening of entertainment so please book early!
Tuesday 31 July 2018 at 7.30 pm Hands On NE CIC presents the world premiere of:
THE DESERT QUEEN by David Farn
An experience like no other ! Climb the Himalayas with Gertrude Bell in her petticoats, meet Lawrence of Arabia and other famous people. You will be enthralled as Gertrude recounts her amazing life and achievements.
Directed by Neil Armstrong it stars Phillippa Wilson ( from The Pitman Painters production on Broadway).
The play is followed by a Q & A with the writer and company.
Tickets £7.50. Drinks available in the interval.
Everyone is invited to take part in a reading of extracts from our next play Ladies Down Under by Amanda Whittington.
Plot Summary: Further adventure of the foursome from Ladies’ Day. Pearl, Jan, Shelley and Linda are celebrating with a trip of a lifetime to the land of Oz. While Shelley dreams of luxury and glamour, the rest of the gang decide to go native and camp out under the stars at Uluru. Shelley soon discovers there’s more on offer than posh hotels and Pearl finds that she’s got a mountain of her own to climb.
If you would like to be considered for a part which consists of 4 females (ages 25 – 60) and a number of male parts which could be played by 2 or 3 actors. Please come along or contact the Little Theatre to register your interest.
Here is a selection of photographs from the patron’s evening performance: