We Happy Few

Comedy-drama about an all-female theatre company who tour Britain during World War 2. While the men are fighting Hitler and the bombs are falling on London, this group sets out in an old Rolls-Royce to entertain a culture -starved Britain. The Show commemorates the 75th Anniversary of VE Day.

 

Performances October 21st – October 24th 2020 eves at 7.45 pm matinee on 24th  at 2.45pm

Tickets: Wednesday Evening & Saturday Matinee £13.50/12.00 concessions (under 18/over 60)

Thursday, Friday & Saturday Evening  £14.00 / £12.50 concessions

Box Office 07917324179 (open 1st July)

The Unexpected Guest by Agatha Christie

On a foggy night, Starkwedder enters the home of the Warwick’s through a French window in the study and finds the dead body of Richard Warwick, with Richard’s wife, Laura , holding a gun. Things are not clear-cut and the police are baffled, not least by unidentified fingerprints, revelations of motives and a variety of suspects as the unpleasant victim had many enemies.

Ticket: £13  ( concessions £11.50 – over 60/under 18)

Phone booking line opens 16th November on 07917 324179

Love in Idleness

In 1944 17 year old socialist Michael returns from Canada to London to find his widowed mother. Olivia, is mistress to a leading Conservative Cabinet Member. Sparks fly as Olivia has to choose between the men in her life, in this witty mix of comedy and drama.

Tickets £13.00 and  £11.50 (under 18/ over 60)

Box Office No: 0791 7324179 or www.ticketsource.co.uk/belmont-theatre-company

Be My Baby

A comedy with the incompatible mature couple John and Maud who are forced to travel to the States to collect a baby that their young married relatives have arranged to adopt. They meet many colourful characters in their journey and return transformed, thanks to the cutest baby in California.

 

Tickets £13.00 and  £11.50 (under 18/ over 60)

Box Office No: 07917324179 or www.belmonttheatre.co.uk

Bothered and Bewildered

A comedy drama about one woman’s struggle with Alzheimer’s. The play follows Irene and her two daughters Louise and Beth as the girls lose their mum in spirit but not in body. Irene’s imaginary friend and favourite author Barbara Cartland also appears.

 

Ticket Price £13.00 concessions £11.50  (over 60/under 18)

07917324179

 

Journey’s End

Set in the Trenches during World War 1, this play commemorates the centenary of the end of the War. It highlights the sacrifices and experiences of men thrown together in battle and brings out the simmering raw tensions and traumatic relationships of the situation.

Box Office 07917 324179 or online viaTicketsource

www.belmonttheatre.co.uk

Ticket Price £13.00 concessions £11.50 (over 60/under 18)

Haywire

Alec has planned an illicit weekend in Marbella with Liz, his glamorous assistant , while his wife is away with friends. Before he can leave his meticulous plans are disrupted by the arrival of various infuriating family members.

So who will finally get to accompany him on his Spanish break?

Tickets £13.00 (£11.50 concessions over 60/under 18) Box Office 07917 324179

SORRY THIS PRODUCTION HAS BEEN CANCELLED

The Actress

This funny and poignant play by author Peter Quilter, full of witty dialogue is set in the dressing room of a colourful leading actress as she prepares for her emotional farewell performance. Unexpected arrivals try to grab a final embrace and renew old battles. A delightful play mirroring the happiest and saddest sides of the theatre world.

Tickets: £13 and £11.50 concessions ( Over 60/Under 18)

Separate Tables

Set in a 1950’s Bournemouth hotel where the secrets of some of its residents are exposed.  Anne Shankland travels to the hotel hoping for a reconciliation with her ex-husband. Meanwhile other guests discover the hidden truth about resident Major Pollock. Over the years this fine textured drama has been adapted for stage and screen, winning many awards.

Box Office : 07917 324179 or ticketsource via https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/191839

Tickets: £13 and £11.50 concessions ( Over 60/Under 18)

Suddenly at Home

Written by Francis Durbridge

This is a classic thriller with many twists & turns.

A foolproof murder is committed until fate steps in and tears the alibi to shreds.

Another murder is required so the stakes are raised.

Prepare for an unexpected twist.

Tickets £12.50 Concessions (over 60 under 18) £11.00

Box Office No. 07917 324179 or https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/171404

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