Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Want to add some wonder to your week? Get along to the theatre’s annual pantomime – The Wonderful Wizard of Oz! There’s nothing like sitting back and being entertained, and when that comes with a feel good vibe and a wow factor, that is hard to top!...

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

The cast have been busy rehearsing, having fun and enjoying some chill time by the looks of it! The panto is coming along beautifully, we can’t wait to see it when it opens on December 3rd. Stay tuned for more sneak peeks and details. Cast hard at work Cast...

OUCH Youth Festival

The OUCH Youth Festival is a night of youth performances – dance, music, song, theatre and more. Come, be entertained and amazed by our talented local youth. SATURDAY 14th AUGUST Two sessions- 5pm – 7pm Primary School aged performers 7pm – 9pm...

Wyrd Sisters

Directed by Brian Baker Shows 18th, 19th, 25th, 26th June @ 7pm Matinees 20th, 27th June @ 2pm It’s almost time for Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters. Adapted from the novel of the same name, by Stephen Briggs, this play is part of the hugely popular Disc...

Natural Causes opens this week

Bridgetown Repertory Theatre’s first production of 2021 opens on 8th April. Natural Causes began life as a TV movie starring George Cole and Prunella Scales in 1988. It was subsequently adapted for the stage by Eric Chappell, opening in 1992. The tale of a man...

Trouble 07 – Licensed to Panto

It’s pantomime time again, yay! 2020 needs a few laughs and here they are….in this James Bond meets Dick Whittington farce! Agent 0007 must go undercover as Dick to thwart the evil organisation SPHINCTER, who are trying to destroy pantomime as we know it....

Maureen Flemming FOH Manager

Dear members I am writing to let you all know that after today’s show Maureen Flemming will be retiring from her position of Front of House Manager. She will be handing the reins to Johanna Rogers and Ray Galloway. Maureen has worked tirelessly for the Bridgetown...

Darling Buds Of May

Rehearsals are well under way for our next production, H.E. Bates’, Darling Buds of May. The stage play was adapted from the successful novel which also spawned a highly popular television series that you may be familiar with. The play centres on the lovable...