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 We're going on a Bear Hunt

The children will be encouraged to act out this exciting sensory journey, using song, movement and story-telling.

They will wade through the grass, splash through the river and squelch through the mud in search of a bear.

Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th May

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Story telling by Rhubarb Theatre 

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We're going on a Bear Hunt AND Dinosaurs love underpants

 

This story explains the real reason Dinosaurs became extinct.

Starting in a time machine, the children travel back to explore the world of the cavemen in their first pairs of pants - silly, musical and creative!


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For ONE night only - Wednesday 31st May @ 7.30pm

Albert and Harold; father and son.One proclaims he's 'a poor old man' while the other protests that he's 'a dirty old man!' In actual fact, both are telling the truth.

Now it's time to relive some of their finest misadventures through this brand new production.

Marking fifty-five years since the show's first broadcast, Hambledon Productions breathe life back into the Steptoe household with this faithful, fresh and hilarious adaptation.

 Tickets are £10 (Full) and
£9 (Concessions)

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Mission Statement

We are a registered charity (No.1137513). The organisations objectives are to advance the education of the public in all aspects of dramatic art and the development of public  appreciation of such by the provision of a theatre and facilities for the presentation of public performances.

To this aim we present a minimum of three full productions of our own each year, two youth theatre productions and productions from visiting theatre companies. We train young people between the ages of seven and sixteen in all aspects of stagecraft, lighting,  costume and scenery.

We are a non-profit making organisation. The theatre is a former Police station and Magistrates Court, it is a listed building (Grade 2) and the main structure is over 160 years old. The income we receive from grants, donations, hires and ticket sales is all utilised in maintaining the theatre structure and improving the facilities. If you would like to make a donation to assist our work please click the button below.

 

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