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The Argyle Players
An Evening with Noel Coward featuring three one act plays –
Hands Across The Sea, Red Peppers and Ways and Means
Venue – The Tovey Hall, Central United Reformed Church, Grove Street, Bath BA2 6PJ
Dates – Wednesday, 3rd May to Saturday, 6th May 2017 Doors open 7.00 pm Curtain up 7.30 pm
Tickets - £10 from Bath Box Office, Visitor Information Centre, Abbey Churchyard, Bath T (01225) 463362
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General Enquiries (01225) 423866
Facebook: argyleplayersbath Twitter: @argyleplayers
BRISTOL FESTIVAL RESULTS
Following last year’s success when they went to the British Final, The Bristol Festival was won by St Alban’s Players ( who also won Best Director, Best Actor, Best Decor and Best Youth Performance) and go forward to the Wessex Division Quarter Final at Burnham-on-Sea.
Portishead Young Players were the winning youth team with ‘Happily Ever
After ...?’ and go forward to the Five Counties Youth Drama Festival at
The Olympus Theatre on 29th April.
1st Place Trophy - St Alban’s Players
St Alban’s Players
St Alban’s Players present “Ladies’ Day” by Amanda Whittington
Thursday 18th May 2017
Meet the fish-filleting foursome Pearl, Jan, Shelley and Linda whose fortunes are set to change when Linda finds tickets to Ladies’ Day at Royal Ascot the year it relocated to York.
A fun comedy from the award winning Players!
At St Alban’s Church Hall, Bayswater Avenue, Westbury Park, Bristol BS6 7NU.
7.30pm (doors open at 7pm) Price £9 adult or £6 Friend/Student
Next production will be a time for you to test your skills of deduction as we present:
Directed by Thomas Winchester
Five suspects are arrested after back-stage stabbing!
The investigations will be carried out by several of the cleverest sleuths we know, but you have to decide
who committed the crime …! Watch & listen carefully, will you solve the Murder?
Performances on Friday 19th & Saturday 20th May 2017 at Kingswood Community Centre
Sat Matinee 2.30 & Evenings 7.30
Box Office Tel: 0777 205 6562
Adults £8 ~ Concessions £7 Seating is unreserved, around tables, cabaret style
Ticket price includes: Ploughman’s (evenings) & Afternoon Tea (matinee) ~ Licensed Bar evenings only.
Box Office on-line: www.kingswoodplayers.org
By post: send cheque & SAE to: The Kingswood Players Box Office. 24 Embassy Walk, Whitehall, Bristol. BS5 7EA
By e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
By telephone: 0777 205 6562
We hope you will be able to join us for this production?
Backwell Playhouse is a charming, intimate theatre in the south of Bristol. It boasts a strong and talented in house theatre company and a thriving film club as well as a stream of visiting companies and classes, all nestled within the heart of Backwell.
The Playhouse is a unique space, with 99 seats raking to an open and flexible performance area. The space has been used for plays, dance recitals, music performances, films and presentations. It's even hosted productions in the round! With full technical facilities, backstage amenities and bar & foyer area, Backwell Playhouse truly is an amazing theatre.
If you are interested in hiring the Playhouse for your event please contact our
Bookings Manager, Alan Johnson (01275 462621).
The Backwell Playhouse Theatre Company produce at least three productions each year, all of which are challenging to both cast and audience and are always of the highest quality and entertainment. The Playhouse Theatre Company is always looking for keen and enthusiastic people to join the group. Whether you would like to help backstage, front of house or perform on stage, anyone is welcome; no experience required. If you would like to join or find out more please contact our Artistic Director, Terry Milton (0117 964 1723 or email@example.com)
An entirely voluntary enterprise, the Playhouse is a charity that aims to advance the education of the public in the Arts, in particular the Arts of Drama and Literature. We are only successful in this venture by the hard work and dedication of those involved at the theatre. To become more involved with the Playhouse, please become a member. As a thank you for your membership, you are entitled to a discount on the in house productions.