Get ready to swash those buckles for traditional panto fun with The Three Musketeers - the Panto! Will the intrepid D'artagnan realise his dream of becoming one of the famed Royal Musketeers, impress his heroes, win the heart of the Lady Constantina and save the King and Queen of France all in two acts? Or will the evil Cardinal Richelieu succeed in his plan to be rid of them all and take over with the help of his evil henchmen and spies!?
Packed with action, sword fighting, comedy and silliness join us on a fun packed laughter filled adventure!
The Crucible: This gripping drama exposes what happens in a small, tight-knit community when personal grievances collide with lust and superstition, fuelling widespread hysteria. Miller’s timeless parable attacks the evils of the terrifying power of lies and false accusations and its depiction of bigotry and deceit is a timely parable of our contemporary society.
Wednesday 27th to Saturday 30th September, 7.30pm
Tickets: Full £11 and Concession £9
The show features the songs from the ska/pop band Madness and was named after one of their popular hit singles. Premiering at the Cambridge Theatre in 2002. Our House was the winner of the 2003 Olivier award for Best New Musical and has since gone on to tour both nationally and internationally to great acclaim. Songs include House of Fun, My Girl, Baggy Trousers, Driving in My Car, Tomorrow’s Just another Day, Embarrassment and It Must be Love. This toe-tapping, two-tone, London love story has plenty for everyone to enjoy.
A traditional family pantomime full of fun, silliness and lots of laughs! A re-telling of the classic Fairy Tale as you’ve never seen it before packed full of magic and mayhem. Will Jack manage to finally stop daydreaming about being a hero and save the day (and Princess Jill, the Cow and all the Kingdom). Will the evil Spurge the Scourge and his Henchweeds manage to fool everyone and beat Fairy Holly? How angry are the Giant's going to be after their castle has been plundered!?
Don’t miss out on what will be another Wells Little Theatre Classic!
Box Office opens on the 19th November 2016
Twelfth Night, or, What You Will is a comedy by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written around 1601–02 as a Twelfth Night's entertainment for the close of the Christmas season. The play centers on the twins Viola and Sebastian, who are separated in a shipwreck and the romantic chaos that ensues as Viola pretends to be a man to make her way in the world.
Come and peek behind the curtain at Wells Little Theatre as we open the Theatre to the public! We’d love to welcome anyone interested in becoming a member, or just curious about what we do. Our theatre community has many more people than those who perform on stage and we’d love to encourage more people to become a part of this amazing society! Bar open and free tea, coffee and cake for our visitors! (Hurry, because when it’s gone, it’s gone!) ALL AGES WELCOME! Come and find us! Situated on the bottom corner of Chamberlain Street, just across from Tesco’s, by the traffic lights we are only a few minutes walk from the high street (Walk down by St Cuthberts church and turn right at the bottom and you are there). We are just down from the bus station in Princes road—if you keep it on your right you are going the right way! We do have a small car park as well. We look forward to seeing you!
‘Owbeon is delighted to welcome “Second Soprano” to the stage of the Little Theatre on Sunday 10 July at 7.00. This “little gem of a show” has been very successful in London, earning 5-star reviews and is now touring. It is a poignant tale presented by two women who play a multitude of characters. Set in 1914 it tells the story of two sisters torn apart by historic events and of the nurses and entertainers who served in World War 1.
A Bristol Old Vic Theatre School production of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night’s Dream is an ageless celebration of love consummated and fertile imaginings. Hermia loves Lysander and Helena loves Demetrius – but Demetrius is supposed to be marrying Hermia… When the Establishment tries to intervene, the lovers take refuge in the woods and wander into the midst of a dispute between the king and queen of the fairies. Shakespeare put some of his most dazzling dramatic poetry at the service of this teasing, glittering, hilarious and amazingly inventive play, whose seriousness is only fleetingly glimpsed beneath its dreamlike surface.