Posts Tagged ‘ theatre ’

Pies, Love and Peas

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January 21, 2018

Tideswell Community Players are holding a fun evening of readings about love on 17th February, with added food! The performance will cover a wide range of things in our hearts so much, from people to chocolate cake to sport. The good times…and the bad. This entertaining evening will be focussed around a pie and pea […]

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Chaotic Christmas in Tideswell

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October 30, 2017

A heart warming and thought provoking comedy by a local writer is being performed in the village this November. All The Lonely People, written by Sue Hawkins, is Tideswell Community Players’ latest production. It will be performed Thursday 23rd November to Saturday 25th November. The play is set around the meetings of a village committee […]

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Park Your Thoughts

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May 22, 2017

A simple park bench. The complex inner world of those who sit there. Have you noticed those people? Were you one of them? What takes us there? A desire to be alone and contemplate? To be among others? To have fun? To enjoy nature? To make sense of thoughts and feelings? Tideswell Community Players’ July […]

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Deception and its Consequences

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November 4, 2016

Arthur Miller’s stunning play All My Sons is coming to the magnificent surroundings of Tideswell Church on 10 – 12 November. Performed by Tideswell Community Players, it is a compelling story of love, guilt and the corrupting power of greed. The play was Arthur Miller’s first great Broadway success. The play sealed his reputation as one of […]

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Powerful Drama this November

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September 27, 2016

Hold the date! Tideswell Community Players present Arthur Miller’s All My Sons in the magnificent surroundings of St John’s Church, Tideswell, 7:30pm Thursday 10th November to Saturday 12th November. Written in 1947, it is a compelling story of love, guilt and the corrupting power of greed. All My Sons was Arthur Miller’s first great Broadway […]

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Striking Performance This Month

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October 20, 2015

On 14th November three compelling, moving and touching plays tell contrasting stories of the 1984-85 Miners Strike and its human cost. Striking Dilemmas, performed by Sheffield based theatre company The Melting Shop, highlights the real lives of the men on the picket lines, those who returned to work, those who policed the dispute and the […]

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Festive Comedy Helps Raise The Roof

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October 20, 2015

Tideswell Community Players are working with New Perspectives Theatre Company and Fountain Square Church to bring a performance of He Wore A Red Hat to the village on 12th December. A gala performance of this festive comedy, the latest play from New Perspectives, full of twists and turns, is coming to the village to help […]

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Seasonal Comedy in Tideswell Church

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October 20, 2015

On 26 – 28 November Tideswell Community Players perform A Christmas Carol in Tideswell Church. Adapted and directed by Rob Puckett, this is the traditional tale by Dickens but with a few contemporary twists. It’s all there in this heartwarming comedy for the winter season: the miserliness of Scrooge, Marley’s haunting visit, the three ghosts […]

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A Meanie Christmas

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September 20, 2015

Tideswell Community Players’ autumn production is A Christmas Carol, to be performed in Tideswell Church. Adapted by Rob Puckett, this is a performance of the traditional tale but with a few contemporary twists. Thrill at the sheer miserliness of Scrooge, wonder at the three ghosts, shed a tear at the plight of Tiny Tim…will Christmas […]

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Famous Comedy in Tideswell this May

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April 26, 2015

The famous comedy Rosencrantz and Guildentstern are Dead is Tideswell Community Players’ spring play. Performed this month, it celebrates 85 years of theatre in the village. It is a great choice for this anniversary year, as Tom Stopard’s funny play is, among other things, about acting and performance. It is staged in the magnificent setting […]

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