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Drama Geeks vs Zombie Cheerleaders – 12th Oct, 2018
The Drama Club notices that their biggest rivals, the Cheerleaders, are acting unusual. They’re beginning to smell, and they seem to have an odd taste for human flesh… yup, they’ve turned into zombies. With the big Homecoming game approaching, Head Zombie-Cheerleader Peaches organizes her undead followers to plan a feast on the rest of the school. It’s up to the Drama Geeks to use their gift for dramatic flair to slay their rivals. Can a ragtag band of over-dramatic misfits defeat the zombies — and save the world — before it’s too late?
This performance will be followed with a selection of scenes and performances chosen by the Youth Theatre to showcase their talents.
|Friday 12th Oct at 7:30pm|
Stuff by Sylvia Dow – 3rd Nov, 2018
STUFF is about the hoarding of memories, emotions and things. Today the Council is coming to clear Magda’s house. She must find a way to deal with the constant shifting of stuff in her house and her head, as she revisits the past and struggles with the present to find a way to face the future. Told with humour and tenderness this will resonate in its view of our attachment to things, and our need for attachment to each other.
This world premiere follows on from the success of the collaboration on Threads (2015), between award-winning director Muriel Romanes (The List, The Carousel, The Deliverance – Stellar Quines) and acclaimed writer Sylvia Dow (Thrawn Craws, Village Pub Theatre).
|Saturday 3rd Nov at 7:30pm|
Armistice Remembrance Concert – 9th/10th Nov, 2018
Written and directed by Tom Keeble, The Barony Players are honoured to perform our tribute to mark the 100th centenary of the end of The Great War. Please join us for an evening of words and song to honour the lives of those who fought and died for our freedom.
|Friday 9th Nov at 7:30pm|
|Saturday 10th Nov at 7:30pm|
The Steamie – 26th Nov – 1st Dec, 2018
This perennial comedy hit is sure to have you laughing and crying in this nostalgic, sad and very funny play. It’s Hogmanay and Dolly, Magrit, Doreen and Mrs Culfeathers, with a little help from the not-so-handy Andy, are in a Glasgow wash house getting the washing done before the bells. Come and join them as they share memories, tell jokes, talk about their families, look to the future and sing a few songs.
|Monday 26th Nov at 7:30pm|
|Tuesday 27th Nov at 7:30pm|
|Wednesday 28th Nov at 7:30pm|
|Thursday 29th Nov at 7:30pm|
|Friday 30th Nov at 7:30pm||
Limited Availability – Please contact the Box Office on 07541 346639
|Saturday 1st Dec at 7:30pm|