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The Importance of Being Earnest

Join Jack Worthing (Ian Crosher) and his eccentric friend, Algernon Moncrieff (Luke Fruin) as they find out the vital importance of being earnest. 

Gwendolyn (Stephanie Jones) and Cecily (Mollie King) are entrapped in a farcical web of romance and deceit, much to the displeasure of Gwendolyn's stern mother, Lady Bracknell (Pat Dixon), along with Miss Prism (Jane Pottle), Dr. Chasuble (David Kemp), and loyal butlers Lane and Merriman (Alan Ralph's, David Pentin).

Director Tony Jose brings you Oscar Wilde's classic "The Importance of Being Earnest ". 

Join us from the 3rd-8th of April.

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Over My Dead Body

HERNE BAY LITTLE THEATRE

PRESENTS

“OVER MY DEAD BODY ”

BY DEREK BENFIELD

DIRECTED BY TONY JOSE 

MONDAY  13 JUNE – SATURDAY 18th JUNE at 7.30PM

Herne Bay Little Theatre, will be presenting “Over My Dead Body” a comedy by Derek Benfield from Monday 13th  to Saturday 18th June 2016. Following his wife’s recent death, Gerald hopes to spend the rest of his days alone with his memories. But he reckons without his late wife’s “forward planning”, which results in a series of unexpected events occurring that Gerald has not anticipated.” With the help of his daughter and son-in-law, Gerald strives to maintain his independence and keep visitors at bay. But the recalling of memories revives events from the past that are both funny and sad.

TO BOOK TICKETS  :   £8

TELEPHONE THE BOX OFFICE on  

01227 366004

BETWEEN 10 AM  – 6 PM  

MONDAY to SATURDAY 

 

CAST LIST

Gerald James: David Kemp

Shirley Tyler: Natasha Williams

Mark Tyler: Marc Hamilton

Amanda Eddison: Pat Dixon

Isobel French: Maria Rooke

Carol Capstick: Lesley Lewis

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EDITORIAL “HAYWIRE

 

HERNE BAY LITTLE THEATRE

PLAYMAKERS PRESENTS

 “HAYWIRE” BY ERIC CHAPPELL

DIRECTED BY                            MICHELLE COLLIN

DATES                                 15TH -20TH February 2016

 

 

Herne Bay Little Theatre “Playmakers”, will be presenting “Haywire!” a farcical comedy by Eric Chappell from 15th -20th February 2016.

Eric Chappell is the BAFTA award-winning author of classic comedies such as,  Rising Damp, Duty Free, Only When I Laugh and Home To Roost.

Directed by Michelle Collin, the contemporary comedy, “Haywire” is set in the living room of a book shop.

It follows the exploits of owner, Alec Firth, as he tries desperately to engineer an Easter assignation in Spain with his assistant Liz. He tries to arrange this without arousing the suspicions of his wife Maggie, who is all set to go on a trip to, “three capitals in five days - and the tulip fields”.  What could possibly go wrong? In the tradition of all farce...  plenty.

Alec’s efforts are fraught by the odds of his own cover-up arrangements, and thwarted by a series of knocks at the door from demanding family members. In dizzyingly rapid succession, are: Phoebe, Alec's mother, who has discharged herself from her old people's home; Alec's son Jamie, with a broken ankle; and his daughter, heavily pregnant and not planning to marry the child's father...

It is the tale of a man on the edge who is earning a come-uppance for his devious and disloyal intentions.

 

TICKETS COST            £8.00 

AVAILABLE FROM             Box Office  (01227 366004)

10am – 6pm Monday to Saturday    

Website : hbltheatre.com

 

 

 

CAST

ALEC FIRTH - GRAHAM JACKSON
LIZ - BARBARA JENNER

MAGGIE FIRTH - PAT DIXON

PHOEBE FIRTH - MARIA ROOKE        

JAMIE FIRTH - LUKE FRUIN
MANDY FIRTH - STEPH JONES
 

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*Editorial for immediate release* Herne Bay Little Theatre presents 'Groping for Words'

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*Editorial for immediate release* Herne Bay Little Theatre presents 'Groping for Words'

HERNE BAY LITTLE THEATRE

PLAYMAKERS

Presents :    “GROPING FOR WORDS”  By Sue Townsend 

Directed by Michelle Collin

DATE 5th – 10th October 2015 at 7.30pm

“Groping for Words” is the late Sue Townsend’s thought provoking 

play, set in an evening institute in the 1980’s. Although the play 

erupts with laughter and jokes, it has a tough core: Adult literacy and 

the terror of social judgment.

KEVIN Luke Fruin

JOYCE Pat Dixon

THELMA Lisa MacDonald

GEORGE David Kemp

TICKETS COST £8.00

AVAILABLE FROM Box Office  (01227 366004) 

10am – 6pm Monday to Saturday 

Website : hbltheatre.com 

Tickets must be paid for at time of booking

PLEASE NOTE The Play contains some strong language and    

mild sexual content.

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