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Sunday 15th October
Charlton Park

Tickets - 15.00

Bookings 01227 831355

Curtain Up 18:30

Charlton Park

"Lady Windamere's Fan"
by Oscar Wild

A raucous social comedy pulls apart the intricacies of etiquette and flips expectation rump-over-head in this scathingly funny satire. Theatrical Niche & Time Zone Theatre tour this high-speed adaptation using signature touches of Commedia Dell'Arte, and Stylised Choreography.

Sunday 29th October
Charlton Park

Tickets - 12.00

Bookings 01227 831355

Curtain Up 18:30

Charlton Park

"Penny Dreadful"
by "Don't Go Into the Celler" Theatre Co

Chills and chuckles in abundance with this original one-woman show featuring Sweeney Todd's partner in crime, Mrs Lovett! Be appalled by a plethora of other grotesque characters from the cheap and grisly pages of the Victorian era's penny dreadful papers, in a theatrical comedy suitable for children and the young at heart.

Saturday 25th November
Kingston Barn

Tickets 12.00 + 1.20 fee from WeGotTickets or 13.00 offline

Doors Open 19:00
Curtain Up 19:30

 

"Peggy & AJ"

When musical virtuoso Dave Pegg, sporting decades of experience in bands such as Fairport Convention and Jethro Tull bumped into Anthony John Clarke, now accepted as one of the most entertaining and amusing raconteurs and songwriters on the folk scene, something special was bound to happen and it did!!. Great tunes, great songs, great gags and surprises galore. The guys strongly recommend you bring all your medication!

Thursday 28th December
Charlton Park

Tickets - 9.00 or 28.00 Family (2 adults & 2 children)

Bookings 01227 831355

Curtain Up 14:30

Charlton Park

"Little Red Riding Hood"
by "Moon on a Stick" Theatre Co

This much-loved story is reinvented as a playful pantomime. Moon On A Stick combine enchanting puppetry & storytelling with all the traditional pantomime elements in a fun, imaginative show. Featuring live music, dance and audience interaction, get really involved with the story and help Little Red through the forest. Packed full of silliness, a sassy heroine and sparkles, this is the perfect introduction to panto for children aged 3+ and their families.