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2024 April I’ll Be Back Before Midnight

I'll Be Back Before Midnight Written by Peter Colley   Workington Playgoers' Production Director  Jane Douglas                                      Producer James Last        …

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2023 October Something Spooky

SOMETHING SPOOKY  - by Becky Wilson Something Spooky is a fun family friendly Halloween show written for the Theatre Royal by member Becky Wilson. Mr Sidebottom, the hotel manager is very upset that guests have been leaving his hotel. Why?…

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2023 September Four Weddings and an Elvis

Written by Nancy Frick Director Tony Parker Nancy Frick is an American playwright and Four Weddings and an Elvis is a romantic comedy and was first produced in New York in 2010. Sandy has been married four times and divorced…

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2023 June Office Suite

written by Alan Bennett Director  Brian Young Office Suite consists of two one act plays concerning the ups and downs of office life.  They demonstrate the mastery of Alan Bennet’s writing and his meticulous observation and understanding of people –…

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2023 March Murder 0n the Nile

written by Agatha Christie Director  James Last This play is an absolute treat for all Agatha Christie fans.  It first opened in the West End in 1946 and in 2022 it was revamped as Death on the Nile in Kenneth…

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2022 December Ghost Stories for Christmas

GHOST STORIES FOR CHRISTMAS Like most longstanding cultural customs, the precise origin of telling ghost stories at the end of the year is unknown, largely because it began as an oral tradition without written records. During the Victorian era, it…

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2022 December Blackadder the Third

Blackadder the Third Scripts by Ben Elton and Richard Curtis Adapted for the stage by James Last and Morgan Sweeney  In his Georgian incarnation, E. Blackadder Esquire is head butler to the Prince of Wales (a spoilt, foppish idiot), ‘dogsbody’…

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2022 September Rules for Living

by Sam Holcroft Director Tony Parker Sam Holcroft's Rules for Living is a fresh take on an Ayckbourn-style situation: a Christmas family gathering. First performed at the National Theatre in 2015, this playful black comedy cleverly reveals the coping strategies we all adopt…

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2022 April How to Spot an Alien

By Georgia Cristou Directed by Jane Douglas What do you do if you think your aunt is an alien? Twelve-year-old Jelly and her sister, Jonjo, have their suspicions. She won’t let them leave the house – or ask questions. And…

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