Mon30Jan2023Sat04Feb20237:30 pmThe Malt Theatre, Lymington Community Centre, Lymington, SO41 9BQ
Not Very Flash, Gordon!
Written by Arnold Ridley
Directed by Ed Funnell
This February 2023 join The Lymington Players as they strand tired and cold passengers at an isolated train station in a chilling comedy thriller by Arnold Ridley.
Who is the spooky Stationmaster that warns them of supernatural danger? Locked in, with no means of defence or escape, will they pull together to survive melancholy signals and chilling apparitions? As tensions mount, and they try to keep ghosts from getting in, will they make it to the morning? And what is the secret of ‘The Ghost Train’?
The Ghost Train is performing in the Malt Cinema at the Lymington Community Centre from 30 January – 5 February 2023. Tickets are on sale from 18 December 2022, priced £10 for Centre members and £12 for non-members. Available via phone (01590 672337) or online.
Would you be brave enough to survive the night?
Wed15Feb2023Sat18Feb20237.30 pm (2.30 pm Saturday matinee)Noadswood School, Dibden Purlieu, SO45 4ZF
Waterside Musical Society
Puss In Boots: A Pantomime
Boxing Day is traditionally a day when people go to watch Pantos. You will have to wait until February to see Waterside Musical Society’s, but it will be worth the wait as they have not one but two Pantomime Dames.
They will be played by Antony Morrison and Mike Pavitt. Both have been with Waterside Musical Society for a number of shows before, including Oliver!, Return To The Forbidden Planet, The Sound Of Music and Spamalot, where they were in a number of scenes together.
Come along to see "There ain't nothing like a Dame"!
Tickets: Adults £15, Children £10 (booking fees apply); Available online.
Thu23Feb2023Sat25Feb20237.30 pm (2.30 pm Saturday matinee)Tivoli Theatre, Wimborne, BH21 1LT
Wimborne Drama Productions
Written by Alan Ayckbourn
Directed by Michelle Barter and Suzanne Viney
One of the 20th century's classic comedy of manners comes to the Tivoli Theatre in February when Wimborne Drama Productions will perform Bedroom Farce by Alan Ayckbourn.
Funny, gripping and acutely observed, Alan Ayckbourn’s play lifts the lid on the secrets of marriage. Over the course of one hilarious night, an outrageously selfish couple parade their problems around the bedrooms of three other couples, exposing the cracks in other people’s marriages as well as their own.
Directed by Michelle Barter and Suzanne Viney, the play stars Richard Scotson and Rosie Nye as Trevor and Susannah, Tim Fearon and Judy Garrett as Ernest and Delia, James Renwick and Bethan Morris as Malcolm and Kate, and Colin Pile and Julie Sissons as Nick and Jan.
Wimborne Drama Productions have chosen to revive the play which marked their first ever production at the then recently re-opened Tivoli Theatre in 1994.
Bedroom Farce will be performed at the Tivoli Theatre from 23 – 25 February, with evening performances at 7.30pm (tickets £16) and a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm (tickets £14). Book via the Tivoli Box Office on 01202 885566 or online (booking fees may apply).