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Two shows in March 2018!

In the main auditorium of Hampton Hill Theatre, Teddington Theatre Club presents
A MONTH OF SUNDAYS
By Bob Larbey
Directed by Steve Taylor
Laughing in the face of oblivion
From the same pen as The Good Life and A Fine Romance comes this bittersweet comic gem. We follow the exploits of two care home friends, Cooper and Aylott - from the painful ritual of Sunday family visits and empty condescension, to valiantly flirting with the female staff – and discover that life can only be endured through friendship and laughter.
Dates: Sat 17 Mar – Fri 23 Mar 2018
Performance times: Sunday 4pm, Saturday and weekdays 7.45pm
Ticket prices - £12.00 & £16.00
Box Office: Online: ttc-boxoffice.org.uk - Telephone: 0845 838 7529 (10am – 8 pm)
Website link
http://www.teddingtontheatreclub.org.uk/production/a-month-of-sundays

 

In the Coward Studio at Hampton Hill Theatre, Teddington Theatre Club presents

               AFTER ELECTRA
A black comedy about family and ageing
By April de Angelis
Directed by Muriel Keech
I blame the books they learned to read with. Daddy at the office. Mummy looking out of the window while she's washing up. I should have burnt them.
It's Virgie's birthday and she is bucking convention. Always more committed as an artist than a mother, in old age Virgie has not reckoned on her family and friends' determination to thwart her plans.
Warning: This play contains strong language.
Dates: Sunday March 4th to Saturday March 18th
Performance times: Sunday 4pm Weekdays 7.45pm
Ticket prices: £10.00 & £14.00
Box Office:
Online: ttc-boxoffice.org.uk

Telephone: 0845 838 7529 (10am – 8pm)

http://www.teddingtontheatreclub.org.uk/production/after-electra

January 2018 sees Arthur Miller’s acclaimed
         A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE
In the main auditorium of Hampton Hill Theatre
A tragic masterpiece of love, family and betrayal
Directed by Dane Hardie
Eddie Carbone ekes out an existence working the docks in 1950s Brooklyn, where he lives with his wife Beatrice and her young niece Catherine. Now a teenager, Catherine elicits a longing in Eddie that he does his best to repress. But when two illegal Italian immigrants arrive and one of them falls for Catherine, Eddie’s inner turmoil violently explodes and the stage is set for tragedy.
Dates: Sun 28 Jan – Sat 3 Feb 2018
Performance times: Sunday 4pm, Weekdays 7.45pm
Ticket prices: £12.00 & £16.00
Box Office: Telephone: 0845 838 7529 (10am – 8pm) Online: ttc-boxoffice.org.uk
Website link
http://www.teddingtontheatreclub.org.uk/production/a-view-from-the-bridge

 

Christmas is coming and part of the fun this year will be Teddington Theatre Club’s production in the main auditorium of Hampton Hill Theatre of
THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS
By Alan Bennett, adapted from the book by Kenneth Grahame
Directed by Matt Beresford
Join Mole, Ratty, Badger and Mr. Toad in this festive family show!
When Toad’s latest craze lands him in prison the Weasels occupy Toad Hall and plan to turn it into a Leisure Centre...Will Toad escape to reclaim the ancestral home? Will Mole, Ratty and Badger forgive him and come to his aid? Will Albert the horse EVER cheer up?!
This timeless English classic is given a festive, musical twist in Alan Bennett’s charming adaptation. A perfect Christmas treat!
Poop Poop!
Dates: Sat 9 Dec – Sat 16 Dec.
Performance times: Saturdays & Sunday 2.30pm & 6.30pm No performance Monday 11th - Weekdays: 7.30pm
Tickets: Child (14 years or under) £9.00 Members £13.00 Non-Members £17.00 Member family tickets £35.00 Non-member family tickets £38.00 (Family tickets are for 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children)
Box Office: Telephone: 0845 838 7529 (10am – 8pm) Online: ttc-boxcoffice.org.uk
http://www.teddingtontheatreclub.org.uk/production/the-wind-in-the-willows

Coming to the Coward Studio of Hampton Hill Theatre from November 19th
STILL LIFE & RED PEPPERS
By Noël Coward
Directed by Mandy Stenhouse.
Still Life - the bittersweet tale of a clandestine affair that became Coward’s classic film, Brief Encounter. Laura and Alec are the two, utterly English star-crossed lovers trapped in passionless marriages, yearning to break free.
Red Peppers - stuck in a love-hate relationship are song & dance duo George and Lily Pepper. On their way down the ladder of success, their vaudeville duos provide the musical counterpoint to their non-stop squabbling and petty feuds.
Two classic short plays by a very English genius
Playing dates: Sun 19 Nov – Sat 25 Nov 2017
There will be a matinee on Sat 25 Nov, but no performance on Fri 24 Nov
Performance times: Sunday 4pm, weekdays 7.45pm, Saturday matinee 2.30pm
Ticket prices: £10.00 & £14.00
Box Office: 0845 838 7529 (10am – 8pm) Online: ttc-boxoffice.org.uk
Website link
http://www.teddingtontheatreclub.org.uk/production/still-life-red-peppers

 

In the main auditorium of Hampton Hill Theatre - Teddington Theatre Club presents
THE TURN OF THE SCREW by Henry James, adapted by Rebecca Lenkiewicz

Directed by Harry Medawar

A haunting tale of passion and possession
At Bly, an isolated country house, a child waits excitedly for the arrival of her new governess and her brother’s return from boarding school. The children’s parents are dead, drowned in an accident two years earlier. Their father’s former valet is dead. And their beloved Miss Jessel, the most recent governess, is also dead.
For Bly is a dangerous place, corrupted and corrupting. A place where the dead sleep lightly....
Dates: Sunday October 1st to Saturday 7th October
Performance times: Sunday 6pm, weekdays 7.45pm
Ticket prices:
£12.00 & £16.00
Box Office:
Telephone: 0845 838 7529 (10am – 8pm)
Online: ttc-boxoffice.org.uk
Website link
http://www.teddingtontheatreclub.org.uk/production/the-turn-of-the-screw

 

Teddington Theatre Club opens the Autumn/Winter season of its 90th year with
UNDER MILK WOOD in the Coward Studio of Hampton Hill Theatre
By Dylan Thomas
The majestic play for voices comes to life
Directed by Paul Turnbull
Never has a story where nothing happens been so beautifully told. Under Milk Wood is perhaps Dylan Thomas’ best known work, made famous in the early 50s as a radio play featuring Richard Burton.
Full of evocative language and cleverly conjured characters, we are immersed in a night and day of Llareggub life where dreams and reality intertwine and the pasts, presents and futures of the townsfolk come out to play.
Dates: Sun 17 Sep – Sat 23 Sep 2017
Ticket prices: £10.00 & £14.00
Performance times: Sunday 6pm, weekdays 7.45pm
Box Office:
Telephone: 0845 838 7529 (10am – 8pm)
Online: ttc-boxoffice.org.uk
Website link
http://www.teddingtontheatreclub.org.uk/production/under-milk-wood