7th December 2013 to 15th December 2013
A new adaptation by Philip Meeks
PEOPLE'S THEATRE PANTOMIME 2013
Come fly with us to Neverland in our brand-new panto version of J.M.
21st January 2014 to 25th January 2014
Oxford students Charley Wykeham and Jack Chesney get their friend Lord Fancourt Babberley to pose in drag as Charley’s Brazilian Aunt Donna Lucia. Their scheme is to have a chaperone for their amorous trysts with Amy and Kitty.
11th February 2014 to 15th February 2014
Euripides, in a version by Don Taylor
Euripides’ classic tragedy is one of the greatest anti-war dramas ever written. In the aftermath of the legendary ten-year siege, we follow the fates of Hecuba, Andromache, Cassandra and the other women of Troy after their city has been sacked.
21st February 2014 to 21st February 2014
Across five centuries of British history, small groups of children seek sanctuary in the same solid, old wardrobe.
4th March 2014 to 8th March 2014
Fair is foul, and foul is fair.
In one of the most searing portrayals of evil ever written, Shakespeare examines the dangers of ambition, the means by which a country and an individual can disintegrate, and the potentially overwhelming power of the human conscience.
Loosely based on
1st April 2014 to 5th April 2014
Tony Roper with music by David Anderson
Aye – men are all clarty.
Tony Roper’s modern classic comedy finely balances nostalgia with realism in celebrating the gritty, world-weary humour of working class life in a now vanished era.
6th May 2014 to 10th May 2014
Why have I gone to hell? Why me? I’ve tried so terribly hard, too.
27th May 2014 to 31st May 2014
Miss Abrahams, do you know the purpose of life?
How do we go on living when all hope is gone? Tom Kempinski’s noble and moving tragedy explores the relationship between a dying musician and her psychoanalyst.
17th June 2014 to 21st June 2014
When you turn around and you face your audience for the first time - bam! It’s gotta have style!
We greet the summer with a spring in our step as this high-kicking comedy pirouettes onto our stage.
15th July 2014 to 19th July 2014
I couldn’t love a man who’d stayed at home …
As we approach the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, the People’s Theatre presents this powerful and poignant drama based on the true story of a Lancashire town that answered L