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.
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.
When a genius commits a murder, the plan is perfect. But is it foolproof? Inspector Drake is back to face his greatest-ever challenge. Who is the mysterious Doctor Short, and why did he marry a warthog? Has he murdered his fourth wife - or did she murder him first? These are just some of the questions facing the indomitable Drake. Written by David Tristram.
Spend Spend Spend is a musical with a book and lyrics by Steve Brown and Justin Greene and music by Brown.
In 1961, Yorkshire housewife Viv Nicholson won £152,319 in the football pools. When a reporter asked her what she planned to do with her new fortune, she replied, "I'm going to spend, spend, spend!" This is her rags to riches to rags again story, encompassing the dizzy heights and tragic lows of this real life story.