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Bournemouth Folk Club
Jim Moray
Thirteen years ago Jim Moray released an album that changed the way people perceived, played and presented English folk music. Sweet Englandarrived at a time when, with just a few notable exceptions, traditional music was performed much as it had been in the 1970s to an audience of insiders and aficionados. Jim Moray was a Bowie and Blur fan singing ballads with all of his influences unfurled.

As awards and rave reviews stacked up, much was made of Moray's fearlessness in pushing the boundaries of traditional music. With support: KADIA, a superb local folk act gaining a national reputation.
Friday 09 December 2016 20:00
Dirt In The Gate Movies
Film: Gremlins
A special 35mm film screening by Dirt In The Gate Movies.

Sure, he's cute. Of course you can keep him. But heed these three warnings: Don't ever get him wet. Keep him away from bright light. And the most important thing, the one thing you must never forget: no matter how much he cries, no matter how much he begs . . . never, never feed him after midnight. With these mysterious instructions, young Billy Peltzer takes possession of his cuddly new pet. He gets a whole lot more than he bargained for.
Saturday 10 December 2016 19:00
A festive treat that is both a show and a party, all wrapped up in a bundle of Christmas loveliness! Bob & Lorna’s Christmas Party takes all of the best bits that we know and love from the festive season and pops them into an warm and welcoming theatrical experience. The evening starts out in the theatre with a brand new Christmas story, then transforms into a wonderful family Christmas party that spills out across the ground floor. Expect games, music, laughter, mulled wine and mince pies!

Put on your party shoes and join Bob and Lorna for a joyful celebration of the festive season's best bits.

Suitable for everyone from ages 5 upwards. Want to know more? Find out here
Friday 16 December 2016 19:30
Saturday 17 December 2016 19:00
Sunday 18 December 2016 19:00
Tuesday 20 December 2016 19:30
Wednesday 21 December 2016 19:30
Thursday 22 December 2016 19:30
Friday 23 December 2016 19:30
Saturday 24 December 2016 14:00
The year is 1867 and, aboard the SS Cuba, Charles Dickens sets sail for his final tour of America. During his journey across the Atlantic, the author becomes plagued with guilt-ridden visions and visitors from the spirit world. Figures from his life – such as his parents, wife, companions and children – appear alongside characters from his stories. As reality blurs into fiction, the author is compelled to revisit the sins of his past. But this is no tale of redemption.

"Striking costumes and innovate projections" - The Scotsman ('Beyond Expectations' 2015)
"It left me both inspired and spellbound" - Everything Theatre ('The Tempest' 2016)
Wednesday 11 January 2017 19:30
Bournemouth Folk Club
Steve Knightley
Steve Knightley is the song writing force behind Show of Hands, widely acclaimed as the finest acoustic roots duo in England and with three Royal Albert Hall sell-outs to their name.

The Exeter-based singer-songwriter writes the majority of material for the band, which also features multi-instrumentalist Phil Beer, and together they won the Best Live Act title in the 2004 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards – the only category voted for by the public.

But Steve is also enjoying success as a solo artist, renowned for his strong, trademark narrative songs which reflect the escapades, hopes and fears not only of people in his native West Country but beyond.
Thursday 12 January 2017 20:00
Louis Theroux in
Film: My Scientology Movie
Louis Theroux’s first theatrical feature documentary, from the Oscar winning producer of SEARCHING FOR SUGARMAN and MAN ON WIRE, sees the renowned filmmaker delve into the world of Scientology, one of the world’s most mysterious and powerful religions, in what he regards as ‘the Holy Grail of Stories’.
With a lifetime of experience dealing with eccentric and unexpected human behaviour, the unassuming Theroux won’t take no for an answer when his request to enter the Church of Scientology headquarters is turned down. Suffused with a good dose of humour and moments worthy of a Hollywood script, MY SCIENTOLOGY MOVIE is as outlandish as it is revealing.

The combo ticket if selected includes freshly made popcorn and a glass of wine, or beer or cider or any soft drink from our bar.
Saturday 14 January 2017 20:00
Bourne Free Charity Presents
Adult Pantomime: Jack 'n his Big Stalk
After last year’s gigantically successful alternative panto, the Bourne Free Charity, in association with Over The Rainbow, are proud to return this year with a huge night of fun and side splitting laughter plus lots of massively inappropriate behavior. This year’s cast sees the return of some beloved Bourne Free stars including: Lucinda Lashes (Ben), Paul Lawrence Thomas (Cosmic), Cassie (Lea Martin), Cassidy Connors (Wesley Sebastian), Sheila Tackya (Xchange Club Hostess), Vileda Moppe (UK Drag Idol winner 2016) Richard Facer and Jason Burch. Due to enormous demand Bourne Free have extended the run to 6 show's over 5 days.

Includes Adult Humor (16+ only)
Wednesday 18 January 2017 19:30
Thursday 19 January 2017 19:30
Friday 20 January 2017 19:30
Saturday 21 January 2017 15:30
Saturday 21 January 2017 19:30
Sunday 22 January 2017 15:30
Julian Dennison, Rachel House, Rima Te Wiata
Film: Hunt for the Wilderpeople
Ricky is a defiant young city kid who finds himself on the run with his cantankerous foster uncle in the wild New Zealand bush. A national manhunt ensues, and the two are forced to put aside their differences and work together to survive in this hilarious and heartfelt adventure. From the team behind the acclaimed comedy spoof What We Do In The Shadows.

The combo ticket if selected includes freshly made popcorn and a glass of wine, or beer or cider or any soft drink from our bar.
Friday 27 January 2017 20:00
Bournemouth Folk Club
Ninebarrow
Ninebarrow are a multi-award-winning folk duo, who are impressing audiences across the country with their innovative and captivating take on the folk tradition. Described by Mike Harding as sounding 'damn fine' and by Kate Rusby as 'absolutely amazing', Jon Whitley and Jay LaBouchardiere combine breath taking vocal harmonies and melodies, delivering original songs that are inspired and rooted in the landscape and history of the British Isles. Not only exceptional singers and musicians, Ninebarrow are also equally passionate about the stories behind their songs - combining their music with history, folklore and storytelling.
Saturday 28 January 2017 20:00
Simon Evans and David Aula present
The Vanishing Man
Hugo Cedar was an Edwardian magician known as “The Vanishing Man”; he created the perfect trick and then disappeared forever, but his story lives on…

Directors and performers Simon Evans (magical consultant to the NT, Old Vic and Donmar Warehouse, and two-time recipient of the Close Up Magician of the Year award) and David Aula (‘The Cement Garden’, ‘Personal Enemy’, and ‘MEAT’), team up to create a time-hopping, misdirection-abusing, mind-bending examination of what really happens when a man, in full sight of his audience, simply ceases to be.

This is the story of a magic trick: the greatest one ever performed.

Produced with generous support from The Unicorn Theatre
Friday 03 February 2017 20:00
The Mayor of Bournemouth presents
An Immense Night Of Comedy
With nationally established comedians: Mike Gunn (Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Harry Hill’s TV Burp), Gareth Richards (Russell Howard’s Good News, Live at the Electric), James Alderson (‘Best Comedy Act 2015’ by Wow and ‘Best Comedian 2014 by The Guide) and popular local compere Adrienne Coles (Coastal Comedy).

All proceeds for the night will be distributed between: Bournemouth Parks Foundation, Stable Family Home Trust, Bournemouth Hospital Charity – for Men’s Health/Cancer Treatment, and the Defence Medical Welfare Service. Sponsored by Kiteley’s Solicitors and Brandon Tool Hire; complimentary canapes from the Urban Guild.
Saturday 04 February 2017 20:00
Cabinet of Living Cinema
The Kingdom of Paul Nash
After a devastating flood, an artist finds refuge on an island of outcasts and visionaries. Inspired by the paintings of Paul Nash, The Kingdom of Paul Nash is a "graphic novel ballad", a fable, a celebration of love, chance, and surrealism. With a live score and foley by the Cabinet of Living Cinema and illustrations by James Edwards and animation by Tom Brown.
Friday 10 February 2017 19:30
Wild Heart & Lyric
Wolf Meat
An irreverent, wickedly funny take on the Red Riding Hood tale, set in Grandma's Croydon drug den.

This compelling new show from Wildheart & Lyric brings slapstick, absurdist humour and live music to a world of dirty deals and mistaken identity. Having enjoyed sell-out runs in both Brighton and London, the production now tours the UK for the first time.

Join Grandma, Red, Wolfie and Luna for a raucous ride that subverts well-known characters and turns morals on their heads. This project has benefited from the support of Arts Council England.
Saturday 11 February 2017 20:00
Shelley Theatre
My Dad's Shed
A free event for ticket holders from tonights show. My Dads Shed gives you up close access to a random selection of 500+ vinyl albums from a collection of thousands left behind by My Dad. Pick any track you fancy, hand it to our human jukebox and we'll play it! Albums range from 70s disco to Broadway to soul and pretty much anything in-between! The set list is yours. The bar is open throughout.
Saturday 11 February 2017 21:00
A touching tribute to the late, lovely Joyce Grenfell – comedienne and people observer extraordinaire. Bournemouth based actor Trisha Lewis has ‘been’ Joyce for 2 decades and received brilliant reviews! ‘Thank you for bringing Joyce into the room’ being a recent heartfelt reaction to the show. Whether you recall Joyce or know Trisha, you will love these funny, touching observations and the way they are delivered – especially the nursery school teacher – ‘don’t do that George’. A delight not to be missed.
Thursday 16 February 2017 20:00
Filmed live at the York Theatre Royal and bought to our big screen in a repeat showing, the Olivier Award Winning stage production of The Railway Children will be a crowd pleaser for all the family.

Join Roberta, Peter and Phyllis on an adventure of a lifetime as they tell the story of how they became The Railway Children with this cinema event that captures Mike Kenny and Damian Cruden’s imaginative stage adaptation of E. Nesbit’s cherished novel on its return to its Yorkshire roots, featuring the original locomotive from the much-loved original 1970 film.
"This is a fantastic family show that is as intelligent as it is moving" ★★★★★ The Stage

This screened event includes one 15 minute interval. The combo ticket if selected includes freshly made popcorn and a glass of wine, or beer or cider or any soft drink from our bar.
Friday 17 February 2017 14:30
Friday 17 February 2017 19:30
Join the wayward Reynard. H. Fox and his reluctant sidekick Rabbit as they meander their way around the world of the Owl and the Pussycat in their beautiful pea-green boat. Dodge the jellyfish in the deep blue sea, climb the bong-tree to meet the spirit who dwells within and journey with them to find the mystical shilling. Aided by a rockabilly hog (Elvis Pigsley), a Compass Fish and a melodramatic turkey – will they get the Owl and Pussycat to the hill on time to finally tie the knot?
The MakeShift Ensemble bring adventure and humour to this wonderful retelling of Edward Lear’s classic nonsense poem, brought to life with puppetry and live music .
Saturday 18 February 2017 14:00
Omar Sy, James Thierrée, Clotilde Hesme
Film: Chocolat
The true life story of Rafael Padilla, a former slave in Cuba, who unexpectedly became a star clown in the Paris of the Belle Epoque and the first black circus artist in France. Discovered by George Footit, a British clown and acrobat, they formed a successful if not tempestuous partnership lasting two decades. But nothing lasts forever...

The combo ticket if selected includes freshly made popcorn and a glass of wine, or beer or cider or any soft drink from our bar.
Friday 24 February 2017 20:00
Bournemouth Folk Club
Phil Beer
Phil Beer is one of the most popular ambassadors for acoustic roots music. He is Steve Knightley's musical partner in Show of Hands, widely acclaimed as the finest acoustic roots duo in England and with three Royal Albert Hall sell-outs to their name.

A dazzling instrumentalist, Phil was nominated for the coveted Musician of the Year title at the 2009 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. Perhaps best known as a top-flight fiddler, he plays in the all-star line-up Feast of Fiddles, but his skills don't stop there. He also plays slide, Spanish and tenor guitar, mandocello, viola, mandolin and South American cuatro, not to mention contributing rich vocals.
Saturday 25 February 2017 20:00
Polly Morris Music
An Evening with Polly Morris
Singer Songwriter Polly Morris will be in the Shelley Theatre to entertain you with her Observational Comedy Songs and more thoughtful numbers. She will be joined by her band and some surprise guests in order to Launch her Fifth Album.

Polly has produced 4 albums in the last 4 years and the fifth one which includes songs such as " I have turned into my Mother", "Best People" as well as some with a more bluesy feel, promises to be one of the best. Come along for an evening of music and entertainment.
Friday 03 March 2017 19:30
Dirt In The Gate Movies Present
Film: Texas Chainsaw Massacre double bill
Tobe Hooper's controversial, often dubbed the most horrific horror film of all time arrives as part of an all film Double Bill extravaganza

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
When Sally (Marilyn Burns) hears that her grandfather's grave may have been vandalized, she and her paraplegic brother, Franklin (Paul A. Partain), set out with their friends to investigate. After a detour to their family's old farmhouse, they discover a group of crazed, murderous outcasts living next door. As the group is attacked one by one by the chainsaw-wielding Leatherface (Gunnar Hansen), who wears a mask of human skin, the survivors must do everything they can to escape. Projected in its original 16mm format.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 2
Chainsaw-wielding maniac Leatherface (Bill Johnson) is up to his cannibalistic ways once again, along with the rest of his twisted clan, including the equally disturbed Chop-Top (Bill Moseley). This time, the masked killer has set his sights on pretty disc jockey Vanita "Stretch" Brock (Caroline Williams), who teams up with Texas lawman Lefty Enright (Dennis Hopper) to battle the psychopath and his family deep within their lair, a macabre abandoned amusement park. Projected from an original theatrical 35mm Print
Doors/Bar open 18.00 and Texicana Themed Food available from 'Travels With My Aunt World Cafe'
Saturday 04 March 2017 19:00
Waiting for her fisherman father‘s return one stormy night, young Jess faces her fears dreaming of shipwrecks, sea-monsters, & survival. Through a chance meeting with librarian, Moira & her hilarious one-legged seagull, Harold - Jess discovers the healing-magic of books; heart-felt, surprising, AsOne- family theatre dusted with magic, music and puppetry.
Sunday 05 March 2017 15:00
Experience the most tragic love story of all time. Two star-crossed lovers - Romeo and Juliet - find their worlds ripped apart amongst criminal warfare and bitter resentment, against the backdrop of Italy’s bloody gang rivalry. Witness how their all-consuming passion tries to survive amidst violence, hatred and vicious grievances. "You talk about vengeance. Is vengeance going to bring your son back to you…" Bellini's classic bel-canto opera is brought to life in an intense chamber production by the critically acclaimed Pop-Up Opera, sung in Italian with English captions.

Recommended ages 12+
Saturday 11 March 2017 19:30
Bournemouth Students Union Performing Arts Society
American Idiot
From the award winning Performing Arts Society from the Student Union at Bournemouth University.

The two-time Tony Award winning musical follows Johnny, Tunny and Will as they try to find meaning in the post 9/11 world. Based on Green Day's multi-platinum album, this energetic rock-opera, written by Billie Joe Armstrong and Michael Mayer, includes songs from the American Idiot and the 21st Century Breakdown album.
Wednesday 15 March 2017 19:30
Thursday 16 March 2017 19:30
Friday 17 March 2017 19:30
Saturday 18 March 2017 19:30
Door Ajar Theatre
Thisbe
Fourteen years have passed since the fateful night Thisbe’s parents, Helena and Demetrius, were lost in the woods. The only thing they remember is waking up completely in love with one another. But as their love becomes obsession, where does this leave their neglected and confused daughter, Thisbe? Cue the prankster Puck and his fairy flunkeys who love nothing more than to meddle with the mortal world. With the promise of solving all of her problems, they lure Thisbe into the woods where it isn’t long before she finds herself embroiled in their roguery. Intoxicated with magic and adventure, has Thisbe gone too far this time? Can she stop her family falling apart? And does she even want to?

BSL interpreted and with an original score, this play is full of playful wit and boisterous theatricality.
Friday 24 March 2017 20:00
Bournemouth Folk Club present
Tinderbox
Award winning contemporary folk group Tinderbox were originally formed in 1997 by Dublin born singer-songwriter Monique Houraghan and guitarist Dan Tucker. Since 2007, multi-instrumentalist and session musician Bob Burke has completed the dynamic trio line-up.

With six albums under their belts Tinderbox have amassed an impressive catalogue of self-penned music. Inspired by artists as diverse as James Taylor, Ane Brun, Jackson Browne and Counting Crows, the songs explore a myriad of poignant themes from war and the environment to lost friendship, global travel and love.

BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson has described Tinderbox’s music as “Gorgeous”. Tinderbox have opened for high profile acts including Joan Armatrading, 10cc, John Renbourn, Chris Difford and Hazel O’Connor amongst many others.
Saturday 25 March 2017 20:00
Shelley Theatre presents
All The Time In The World
In search of a new perspective, a family of five leave the comforts of home to live remotely in the Yukon wilderness during the long northern winter and amidst the surprises that the rawness of nature provide. Filmed over 9 months, off the grid, without external crew, and featuring the unique perspectives of children, All The Time In The World explores the theme of disconnecting from our hectic and technology laden lives in order to reconnect with each other, ourselves and our natural environment – parents connecting with children, children connecting with nature. Winner of 22 awards from around the world.

A family friendly Canadian film with some wonderful local connections to Bournemouth and we are delighted to announce that the family who are the subjects of the film will all be in attendance at the screening and taking questions after.

The combo ticket if selected includes freshly made popcorn and a glass of wine, or beer or cider or any soft drink from our bar.
Sunday 26 March 2017 14:30
Barb Jungr has wowed audiences and critics worldwide with her powerful reinterpretations of Bob Dylan’s work. Known for her passionate singing, minimal and subtle arrangements, and great humour, Barb Jungr is the definitive performer of one of the great musical icons of the 20th century, Bob Dylan. Variously described by critics as magnificent, mesmerizing and magical, Barb Jungr has built a formidable reputation as an international live performer and recording artiste. She has perfected the art of interpretation to such a level that listeners are often astonished to discover that well-known songs that they thought they knew, have been wonderfully transformed and very often elevated when Barb weaves her magic spell. Barb Jungr’s first album of Bob Dylan songs has deservedly become a cult classic and has won her a dedicated fan base from around the world. The album even boasts celebrity fans, with Jeremy Irons naming it as one of the must-have albums on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs.

“Possibly our best interpreter of Dylan’s songs” ~ Billy Bragg

“Of all the new takes on Dylan, none is more essential than Jungr’s” ~ New York Sun

"“it’s as if Edith Piaf and Nick Cave had a love-child, who was adopted by Carmen McRae.” This show is a master-class in cabaret, in singing and in the art of reaching an audience.” Glam Adelaide
Friday 31 March 2017 20:00
2Magpies Theatre
Ventoux
Ventoux is the most fearsome mountain encountered on the Tour de France. It is also the story of Lance Armstrong and Marco Pantani – whose drug-fuelled race there in 2000 was the greatest cycling had ever seen. Ventoux charts the parallel lives of these champions who overcame great adversity in tandem, and the mountain that cast them in opposing directions.

Join 2Magpies as they restage the race using breath-taking video accompaniment and a pair of road bikes, asking the question – how far will we go to succeed?

After the show, stay behind for another night of random vinyl music fun chosen by you, the audience in our regular My Dads Shed night.
Saturday 01 April 2017 20:00
Shelley Theatre
My Dad's Shed
A free event for ticket holders from tonights show. My Dads Shed gives you up close access to a random selection of 500+ vinyl albums from a collection of thousands left behind by My Dad. Pick any track you fancy, hand it to our human jukebox and we'll play it! Albums range from 70s disco to Broadway to soul and pretty much anything in-between! The set list is yours. The bar is open throughout.
Saturday 01 April 2017 21:00
Theatre 2000
The Drowsy Chaperone
A fan of musical comedies drops the needle onto his favourite cast album from the 1920s and the musical bursts into life in his living room. As he listens and comments on the recording we see a hilarious, tuneful and toe-tapping tale of a starlet who wants to give up show business to get married while her producer does everything to prevent the wedding.
Wednesday 05 April 2017 19:30
Thursday 06 April 2017 19:30
Friday 07 April 2017 19:30
Saturday 08 April 2017 19:30
Rosamund Pike, David Oyelowo, Tom Felton
Film: A United Kingdom
The inspiring true story of Seretse Khama, the king of Bechuanaland (modern Botswana), and Ruth Williams, the London office worker that he married in 1948 in the face of fierce opposition from their families and the British and South African governments. Seretse and Ruth defied family, apartheid and empire - their love triumphed over every obstacle flung in their path and in so doing they transformed their nation and inspired the world.

The combo ticket if selected includes freshly made popcorn and a glass of wine, or beer or cider or any soft drink from our bar.

Saturday 15 April 2017 20:00
Something Underground Theatre
Happy Hour
Bernie wants his pub to be “child friendly”, a party atmosphere, a sort of… Santa’s Grotto, with himself as Father Christmas. But he’s so busy making his dream come true, that his own ten year-old son, Teddy, doesn’t get a look in. Blind to his son’s need for love, his wife’s need for moderation and his best friend’s need for honesty, Bernie sails his prized ship, The Toby, directly and decisively, onto the rocks. Funny, full of laughter, moving, disturbing, poignant, and emotionally satisfying .One man’s odyssey, to save his son and his own sanity, from the sinister forces he’s exposed them both to.
Friday 21 April 2017 20:00
Luke Treadaway, Ruta Gedmintas, Joanne Froggatt
Film: A Street Cat Named Bob
Based on the true life story and international best-selling book, A Street Cat Named Bob is a moving and uplifting film that will touch the heart of everyone. When London busker and recovering drug addict James Bowen finds injured ginger street cat Bob in his sheltered accommodation, he has no idea just how much his life is about to change.

The combo ticket if selected includes freshly made popcorn and a glass of wine, or beer or cider or any soft drink from our bar.
Saturday 22 April 2017 20:00
Flying Bridge theatre Ltd
A Regular Little Houdini
Edwardian Newport, South Wales: A dockworker's son, smitten by Harry Houdini, dreams of a life of magic. His parents struggle with their son’s eccentricity, but doggedly training himself to emulate his hero on the industrial detritus, his relentless ambition finally brings him face-to-face with the world’s greatest showman - and one of the most terrifying events in British industrial history. Is it possible to follow one’s dreams when poverty weighs you down like mud? An enchanting story that blends childhood imagination with the cynicism of adulthood. A tale of hope, determination & magic! Winner of 4 International fringe Festival Awards. Written and performed by Daniel Llewelyn-Williams.
Friday 28 April 2017 19:30
Dana Ivgy, Keren Berger, Yael Bar-Zohar
Film: Cupcakes
When a group of best friends in Tel Aviv gather to watch Universong, they are less than impressed by the official Israeli entry. Believing that they can do better, they spontaneously create and record their own song on a mobile phone. Little do they know, their performance is spotted and they are reluctantly thrown into the spotlight as Israel's next official entry. After initial reservations about their new found celebrity status, they decide to just go for it and find themselves on the road to international stardom. They embark on a flamboyant journey that brings about hilarious end results.

An extravagant and unashamedly entertaining Eurovision parody bought to you especially to celebrate Eurovision week! With bright, Almodóvar-esque styling, a gloriously uplifting storyline and featuring a feel-good soundtrack provided by Babydaddy from the Scissor Sisters, this laugh-out-loud comedy is a refreshing ode to music, friendship and romance.

The combo ticket if selected includes freshly made popcorn and a glass of wine, or beer or cider or any soft drink from our bar.
Friday 12 May 2017 20:00
Dorset born SISATA present Shakespeare's Othello in bold, bright and brilliant explosion of a performance, giving you a feast for all your senses. In this fast-paced telling of jealousy, love and ambition, four actors play multiple roles in this in this masterful debate on the human condition. SISATA's mission is to bring engaging and interactive performances of classic stories accessibly to modern audiences, highlighting the timeless issues that are presented. Bursting with energy and sincerity, in true SISATA style, there will still be laughter and song to tie together this extraordinary play.
Saturday 20 May 2017 19:30
London Repertory Players
Dial M For Murder
Summer season is back starting with the incredible thriller made famous by Hitchcock and starring Grace Kelly. Tony Wendice, a former tennis champion, discovers that his rich wife is having an affair. He decides there is only one way he can ensure her fortune comes his way…. The sheer delicious cleverness of the plot will keep you guessing right to the end!

The London Repertory Players is a company of professional actors led by producer Vernon Thompson who has directed over 60 productions in professional repertory and on the London fringe.

Early booking offer (available by phone or in person only) book all three London Repertory Players shows for £30 per person. Offer closes July 15th 2017.
Thursday 03 August 2017 19:30
Friday 04 August 2017 19:30
Saturday 05 August 2017 19:30
Monday 07 August 2017 19:30
Tuesday 08 August 2017 19:30
London Repertory Players
Come Blow your Horn
The hysterical Broadway smash comedy! What does it mean to “grow up?” When does it happen? And, does everyone have the same experience? Neil Simon’s semi-autobiographical play examines these questions through the lens of the Baker boys who are having too much fun chasing girls to work in the family business; their father has other ideas!

The London Repertory Players is a company of professional actors led by producer Vernon Thompson who has directed over 60 productions in professional repertory and on the London fringe.

Early booking offer (available by phone or in person only) book all three London Repertory Players shows for £30 per person. Offer closes July 15th 2017.
Thursday 10 August 2017 19:30
Friday 11 August 2017 19:30
Saturday 12 August 2017 19:30
Monday 14 August 2017 19:30
Tuesday 15 August 2017 19:30
London Repertory Players
Dangerous Obsession
The skilfully crafted psychological thriller contains intrigue, mystery, tension, suspense and a few shocks. A really enjoyable and exciting evening’s entertainment – but don’t forget to lock your doors when you get home and be careful who is watching you!

The London Repertory Players is a company of professional actors led by producer Vernon Thompson who has directed over 60 productions in professional repertory and on the London fringe.

Early booking offer (available by phone or in person only) book all three London Repertory Players shows for £30 per person. Offer closes July 15th 2017.
Thursday 17 August 2017 19:30
Friday 18 August 2017 19:30
Saturday 19 August 2017 19:30
Monday 21 August 2017 19:30
Tuesday 22 August 2017 19:30