'BE A VOICE, NOT AN ECHO'

39 Steps!

There are only two more chances to see the Olivier Comedy Award winning stage production of 39 Steps at Shanklin Theatre this year.

Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller is brilliantly and hilariously recreated for the stage. Follow the incredible adventures of our handsome hero Richard Hannay, complete with stiff-upper-lip, British gung-ho and pencil moustache as he encounters dastardly murders, double-crossing secret agents, and, of course, devastatingly beautiful women...

Think of it as mixing a Hitchcock classic with a dash of Monty Python.  One things for sure - you'll laugh your socks off (if you happen to be wearing any).

Audiences are loving it, and you will have to be quick if you want to catch it on Tuesday August 23 or Tuesday August 30...

Book online here


New radio play 

Have you heard The Telescope?

It's an adaptation for radio of our atmospheric one act play, that premiered to great reviews at Ventnor Fringe and was nominated for best  play at a festival in Swindon.  You can listen to it here


All aboard for the Coach Trip

Don't miss the bus ...!

Make sure you get a seat for our new comedy, Coach Trip, which will be staged at Quay Arts in Newport, Isle of Wight, on September 22 and 23. 

A party of older people join George the driver and his lovely assistant Mabel for a trip to France, including a visit to the war graves. 

It will feature live music of the 1940s - and a bugler - and is being staged in partnership with the Royal British Legion, to raise funds for the Poppy Appeal, and help raise awareness of the sacrifice made by so many 'ordinary people' who lived and laughed and loved - and larked about - just as we do today!

Tickets are already selling quickly, so please book early for this one!

Book here


Mr Dickens on the Isle of Wight

Our very own Charles Dickens is the Master of Ceremonies at a Music Hall at Trinity Theatre, Cowes on October 7 and 8; and will be hosting An Evening with Charles Dickens at McCarthy and Stone's Silver Sands Court, in Bembridge, on October 19.

 


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