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    • Booo! Hisss! Baron Bluebeard - the world's richest man - along with his servant Lurkin, is in town, and has taken a fancy to the young Flora Rockbottom. Thankfully our hero - none other than the brave Robin Reliant - is on hand to save the love of his life. With the help of a pair of hapless servants, Fetch and Carrie, Robin risks the infamous Black Tower to save Flora, her father, and her eccentric sister Ruby. Along the way they encounter a timid French maid called Marie, and sinister housekeeper Mrs Shivers.
      Can Robin defeat the evil Bluebeard and save the day? 

      Thursday 7th December, 7.30pm - Friday 8th December, 7.30pm - Saturday 9th December, 3pm and 7.30pm

      Tickets £10

      https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/theguildplayers

      Group discount - purchase 10 or more tickets (in one transaction for the same performance) and pay £9 each.
      If you have any special requirements (wheelchair spaces etc) please contact us via info@guildplayers.org.uk or 020 8346 6337 at time of booking.
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    • Garden Suburb Theatre presents The Flint Street Nativity by Tim Firth. Miss Horrocks' class of seven year olds is about to perform their Nativity for the proud mums and dads - and the occasional Social Worker. Gabriel wants to be Mary, Herod won't stop waving to his mum and dad, the Inn Keeper is determined to liven up the traditional script and the Stick Insect has escaped… 

      The children are played by adults who play their parents in the latter part of the play. Tim Firth's warm and witty play is an ideal alternative to the usual Christmas fare with original lyrics set to the tunes of traditional Christmas carols.

      Book now: https://upstairsatthegatehouse.cloudvenue.co.uk/flintst
      Tickets £13/£11

       
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    • Elf The Musical JR. is based on the 2003 New Line Cinema hit and features songs by Tony Award nominees Matthew Sklar (The Wedding Singer) and Chad Beguelin (Disney's Aladdin On Broadway, The Wedding Singer), a book by Tony Award winners Thomas Meehan (Annie, The Producers, Hairspray) and Bob Martin (The Drowsy Chaperone).


      The musical tells the story of a young orphan who mistakenly crawls into Santa's bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. The would-be elf is given the name Buddy and raised by elves in the North Pole.  Buddy lives happily unaware that he is actually a human until his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities cause him to face the truth. With Santa's permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York City to find his birth father and discover his true identity. Faced with the harsh reality that his father is on the naughty list, and his stepbrother doesn't even believe in Santa, Buddy is determined to win over his new family and help New York remember the true meaning of the holidays
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    • Huntingdon Drama Club present Arthur Miller’s masterpiece of 20th century drama The Crucible. Premiered in 1953 Miller’s dramatization of the Salem witch trials is a metaphor for Senator Joseph McCarthy’s communist witch hunts that rocked America in the 1950s. Miller’s play (though lukewarmly received on its premiere) has gone on to become his most-performed piece, revived regularly around the world, including recent productions in London at the Old Vic in 2014 and on Broadway in 2016 with British actor Ben Whishaw in the role of John Proctor.  

      For this particular production the Club have chosen a venue that will add a certain spice to proceedings. The historic Court Room in Huntingdon Town Hall was built on the site of the 16th century trial of the ‘Warboys witches’. Alice Samuel and her family from the nearby village of Warboys were accused of witchcraft by a neighbouring family in 1589 & by 1593 had been tried & executed in Huntingdon. The intimate wooden court room lends itself perfectly to an atmospheric ‘in the round’ interpretation of the play where audience members will be just inches from the action.

      Director Rae Goodwin has assembled a strong cast for the production, a mixture of familiar faces along with a number of actors making their debut performances with the club. The Crucible runs at Huntingdon Town Hall from 21-25 November at 7.30pm. Tickets available from Ticket Source via the club website www.huntingdondramaclub.org.uk, by telephone 0333 666 3366 or on the door. Tickets are limited to 69 per performance so early booking is advised! For more information about the Club and the production, visit the website and the club’s Facebook page.
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    •  Little Shop of Horrors

      Book  and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
      Music by Alan Menken
      Based on the film by Roger Corman, screenplay by Charles Griffith
       

      On the 21st day of the month of September, in an early year of a decade not to long before our own, the human race suddenly encountered a deadly threat to its very existence…”

      Seymour Krelborn, an assistant at Mushnik's Flower Shop in downtrodden Skid Row, becomes an overnight sensation when he discovers a strange and exotic new breed of plant life hitherto unknown on this planet . He names it Audrey Two after a glamorous colleague he’s secretly in love with!

      Audrey Two quickly starts to wilt, putting Seymour’s job and dreams of a future with Audrey at risk. Accidentally pricking his finger, Seymour discovers Audrey Two needs a little more than plant food to thrive! The plant grows into a bad-tempered, foul-mouthed carnivore whose voracious appetite becomes increasingly difficult to satisfy. How far will Seymour go for the woman of his dreams?

      Little Shop of Horrors is a delectable sci-fi horror musical with an electrifying 1960s pop/rock score by the legendary Alan Menken, best known for his numerous Walt Disney film scores, Little Shop of Horrors is a cult film and one of the longest running off-Broadway shows of all time.

      For a limited run only, book now to see this monster-hit musical!

       

      Little Shop Of Horrors
      8 November – 11 November 2017
      Stockwell Playhouse, 208 Wandsworth Road, SE8 2JU, London
      7.30pm | £18 | £22+ free programme | Buy 10 tickets for the same performance and only pay for 9
      Matinee 2.30pm 11 November- all tickets £16
      https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/203784
      Running time 2 hours, including 20 minutes interval
      Stockwell Playhouse Bar open 30 mins prior to performance, at interval and after show


       
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  • Upcoming Events

    • 25 November 2017 19:30 Until 22:30
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      Good Companions Stage Society present FOLLIES 
      Book by JAMES GOLDMAN
      Music and Lyrics by STEPHEN SONDHEIM
      Produced Originally on Broadway by Harold Prince
      Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunic
      By special arrangement with Cameron Mackintosh
      www.derbytheatre.co.uk/follies
       
    • 25 November 2017 19:30 Until 22:30
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      Huntingdon Drama Club present Arthur Miller’s masterpiece of 20th century drama The Crucible. Premiered in 1953 Miller’s dramatization of the Salem witch trials is a metaphor for Senator Joseph McCarthy’s communist witch hunts that rocked America in the 1950s. Miller’s play (though lukewarmly received on its premiere) has gone on to become his most-performed piece, revived regularly around the world, including recent productions in London at the Old Vic in 2014 and on Broadway in 2016 with British actor Ben Whishaw in the role of John Proctor.  
      For this particular production the Club have chosen a venue that will add a certain spice to proceedings. The historic Court Room in Huntingdon Town Hall was built on the site of the 16th century trial of the ‘Warboys witches’. Alice Samuel and her family from the nearby village of Warboys were accused of witchcraft by a neighbouring family in 1589 & by 1593 had been tried & executed in Huntingdon. The intimate wooden court room lends itself perfectly to an atmospheric ‘in the round’ interpretation of the play where audience members will be just inches from the action.
      Director Rae Goodwin has assembled a strong cast for the production, a mixture of familiar faces along with a number of actors making their debut performances with the club. The Crucible runs at Huntingdon Town Hall from 21-25 November at 7.30pm. Tickets available from Ticket Source via the club website www.huntingdondramaclub.org.uk, by telephone 0333 666 3366 or on the door. Tickets are limited to 69 per performance so early booking is advised! For more information about the Club and the production, visit the website and the club’s Facebook page.
    • 25 November 2017 19:30 Until 21:45
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      Garden Suburb Theatre presents The Flint Street Nativity by Tim Firth. Miss Horrocks' class of seven year olds is about to perform their Nativity for the proud mums and dads - and the occasional Social Worker. Gabriel wants to be Mary, Herod won't stop waving to his mum and dad, the Inn Keeper is determined to liven up the traditional script and the Stick Insect has escaped… 

      The children are played by adults who play their parents in the latter part of the play. Tim Firth's warm and witty play is an ideal alternative to the usual Christmas fare with original lyrics set to the tunes of traditional Christmas carols.
      Book now: https://upstairsatthegatehouse.cloudvenue.co.uk/flintst
      Tickets £13/£11
       
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