Wakefield Little Theatre are pleased to be putting on a fantastic performance – A Chorus of Disapproval. This production will take place in the Lamproom Theatre – Barnsley. Guy Jones joins the local Operatic Society as a chorus member but Continue reading Chorus of Disapproval – Lamproom Theatre Barnsley
What if Alice didn’t go to Wonderland as a child like she was supposed to? What if life dealt Alice with a harsh blow such that she let go of dreams, fantasies and adventures for hard work, studies and a Continue reading Alice – A modern re-telling of the classic tale of Alice in Wonderland.
Three bedrooms for four couples make for one chaotic night! Funny, gripping and acutely observed, Alan Ayckbourn’s sophisticated comedy lifts the lid on the secrets of middle class marriage. Both funny and sad, Bedroom Farce explores the different pressures of relationships Continue reading Alan Ayckbourn’s Bedroom Farce – Wakefield Theatre Royal
Horbury Street Fayre was one of the many fundraising events undertaken by members of Wakefield Little Theatre this year where we managed to raise £650 for the society! I believe this photograph was taken as we told Edmund how much Continue reading Horbury Street Fayre Fundraising Event
Join Captain Mainwaring and his plucky platoon of geriatrics, as they defend Walmington-on-Sea against the perils of German U-boats and women recruits, whilst demonstrating the dangers of Morris Dancing! A fun night out for all the family. DAD’S ARMY (Three Continue reading Dad’s Army – Wakefield Theatre Royal
Wakefield Drama Festival begins on Sunday and runs until Saturday, June 4 at the Theatre Royal, Wakefield. All performances are at 7.30pm. Jabba Inc, of Wakefield, will get the competition underway with Full Circle on Sunday night. There will be Continue reading Wakefield Drama Festival 2016
It is hard to believe that Blood Brothers was originally developed as a school play in Liverpool in 1981, before its writer Willy Russell transferred it to the West End for a short but successful run in 1983. The musical Continue reading Willy Russel’s Blood Brothers North West End Review
Tonight I watched a performance of ‘Peter Pan’ by Wakefield Little Theatre Company at The Theatre Royal in Wakefield. Over the years I have seen various musical and pantomime adaptations of the classic tale, so tonight watching a straight play Continue reading Peter Pan – Wakefield Theatre Royal