coming productions

You can choose your favourite seats many months ahead of the production date and can also book, at any time, by email.

NEXT PRODUCTION

4th - 7th MARCH 2020, Curtain Up 7.30pm at Emba Theatre.

Telephone Box Office Opens: TBA, Monday to Friday between 10.00am & 1.00pm, Tel: 99-967737.
Theatre Box Office Opens: TBA, Monday & Friday only, from 10.00am to 12.00 Midday, or
Email:
boxoffice@stageonetheatre.com to reserve your seats, at any time.

BILLY LIAR
By: Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall
Directed by: Mick Page

Cast: Anne Colling, Allan Devereux, Carol Harvey, Terry Jones, Carol Page, Stephen Postgate, Jane Stephens, Jan West.

A teenager in a North Country town, Billy Fisher weaves a world of his own out of his day dreams. He is an incurable liar, idle and dishonest, and to escape from his dull job as an undertaker's clerk and his dreary domestic background he imagines himself in so many different situations that truth and fiction become hopelessly intermingled.

Tickets 12 and 6 for children. Members 10 on opening night and half price for Members over 80 on opening night. Complimentary tickets only available on opening night.

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5th - 9th MAY 2020, Curtain Up 7.30pm at Emba Theatre.

HI DE HI
By: Paul Carpenter and Ian Gower
Directed by: Peter Sandwith

Audition Dates:To be announced - probably early February 2020.

A stage adaptation of the hugely popular British TV series, which revisits the 1950s and Maplins Holiday Camp with its host of colourful characters.
It's the start of a new season and founder Joe Maplin announces that he is setting up a camp in the Bahamas. He needs female yellowcoats to go and work there and the annual "Miss Yellowcoat" competition will decide who is to go. Rivalry between the girls is fierce, with Sylvia and Gladys joint front runners to win the coveted yellow sash. Camp cleaner Peggy, meanwhile, is thrilled at the prospect of a vacancy for a new yellowcoat and convinces Entertainments Manager Jeffrey that she is the ideal candidate for the job. Ted is forced to employ numerous money-making schemes when his ex wife turns up at the camp with a bailiff in tow and Yvonne and Barry Stuart-Hargreaves send the rumour mill into overdrive when they hear Gladys escorting Jeffrey into his chalet late one evening. Hi-de-hi, campers!