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Bawtry Phoenix Theatre, Bawtry's Arts venue, for Drama, Music, Film.
Bawtry Phoenix Theatre, Bawtry's Arts venue, for Drama, Music, Film.

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Tickets are now on sale for Bawtry Theatre's production of 'The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of A Christmas Carol'.
A comedy by David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin Jnr, the Farndale ladies, in festive mood, mount yet another assault on the classics with their stage version of A Christmas Carol. Enthusiasm their middle name, and with the support of their stage-manager Gordon, the cast presents a dizzy array of characters from the Dickens favourites (and a few which aren’t) under the ever battling leadership of Thelma and Mrs. Reece. Famed for their wayward touches of ingenuity the ladies introduce audience participation and two specially-composed songs, providing unique, showstopping opportunities for the ladies to wrap their vocal cords and feet around.
The show starts at 7.30 p.m. Tickets, £8 (£7 concessions), can be purchased from the Motor Company, Bawtry or from the theatre box office ticketline 01302 710825.
For further information please go to www.bawtrytheatre.co.uk
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Our production of Oliver opens for its seven night run tomorrow, 5th March.
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Our December production will be Spring and Port Wine, a comedy by Bill Naughton.
Set in the 1960s, Rafe Crompton, an engineer at a Lancashire cotton mill, finds his authority challenged when Hilda, the younger of his two daughters, refuses to eat a plate of herring, which he then serves up to her day after day, forcing the battle of wills to breaking point.
Performance dates are December 5th - 12th. Tickets available soon
For more information www.bawtrytheatre.co.uk
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October 1st - 3rd
Alarms and Excursions,   A series of short sketches by Michael Frayn. Directed by Louella Chesterman and Steve Kellett.
Eight short playlets examine, with hilarity, difficulties modern technology has added to life. In 'Alarms', two couples embark on a dinner party that is doomed to failure as, one by one, labour saving devices and even furniture become hostile. 'Doubles' sees two couples having similar problems in adjacent hotel rooms. In 'Leavings', the dinner party is revisited to great amusement. In 'Look Away Now', passengers ignore the airline's safety lecture. 'Heart to Heart' deals with the impossibility of communication at a noisy cocktail party.' Glasnost' presents a political speech that is sabotaged by a harassed autocue operator. 'Toasters' shows the problems of trying to eat and work standing up at a social function. The last play, 'Immobiles', is acted out entirely over the phone as a couple try to decide where they should meet their German guests: Gatwick or Heathrow?
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Tickets now available for two plays 'This Is Rocket Fuel' by Will Perkins and 'Venus Cloacina' by Sam Smithson, to be performed September 10th - 12th, by 'Not Quite Ready Productions'. For tickets email notquiteready@outlook.com or phone 07985725807. (some strong language and adult themes)
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The 39 Steps. 22nd to 29th November.
Tickets available from the SPAR Bawtry from next week.
£8 adults £7 concessions.
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Kilimanjaro will be performed from 22nd Feb to 1st March 2014 at our theatre on Station rd, Bawtry
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Our next play will be 'Kilimanjaro', a new comedy drama by Steve Kellett.
Set in a fictitious village somewhere near Sherwood Forest, it is a play telling the story of the ambitions and achievements (or not) of ordinary people and centres on the antagonism between two men.
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Tickets now available for our next play
9th - 16th November 2013 - 'Who Saw Him Die'
by Tudor Gates.
An atmospheric thriller with a devilish twist in the tail. Directed by Edward Burroughs.
A notorious criminal has died in a car crash. A doctor certifies the death as accidental. His widow grieves at his funeral. The entire local criminal fraternity turns up to see him off. But a policeman has been on his trail for years and hasn't traced the proceeds of his last and most audacious raid. He raises the question: Who Saw Him Die?
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5th December - Club Night. An evening for members and potential new members to take part in a play reading or just socialise and find out more about what we do. For more information call 07846722652 or just turn up on the night. All welcome.
Kicks off 7:30pm
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