THE­ATRE AND DANCE

Lancashire Life - - ANTIQUES -

BYOB COM­EDY

This event is where par­ents with ba­bies un­der one can come and watch adult com­edy. Tele­vi­sion star Ja­son Man­ford will be head­lin­ing. Soft floor cov­er­ing, toys and buggy park­ing is pro­vided.

BLOOD BROTH­ERS

Bill Ken­wright’s pro­duc­tion of Willy Rus­sell’s clas­sic tale tells the cap­ti­vat­ing and mov­ing story of twin boys sep­a­rated at birth, only to be re­united, by a twist of fate and a mother’s haunt­ing se­cret.

OTHELLOMAC­BETH

This is an au­da­cious condensed stag­ing of two of Wil­liam Shake­speare’s most bru­tal and po­etic plays, ex­plor­ing fear, jeal­ousy, power and re­venge. The two sto­ries are uniquely told from the point of view of the female char­ac­ters.

QUEEN MAR­GARET

A new play that draws on orig­i­nal lan­guage from Shake­speare and retells the Wars of the

Roses through the eyes of a re­mark­able wo­man. Dan­ger­ous and de­ter­mined, Queen Mar­garet was a monarch, politi­cian, and mother who re­solved to se­cure the crown for her son.

FAM­ILY NIGHT

This year there is a whole host of en­ter­tain­ment for you to en­joy. The ticket price of £8 (con­ces­sions £6) in­cludes hot pot and cheese and bis­cuits (bring own drinks and nib­bles). Prof­its from the evening will be do­nated to The Children’s Society.

en­ter­tain­ment.

MATILDA THE MU­SI­CAL

In­spired by Roald Dahl’s book, Matilda is the story of an extraordin­ary lit­tle girl who, armed with a vivid imag­i­na­tion and a sharp mind, dares to take a stand and change her own des­tiny.

AND THEN THERE WERE NONE

South­port Dra­matic Club present Agatha Christie’s tale of ten guilty strangers trapped on an is­land. One by one they are ac­cused of mur­der; one by one they start to die.

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