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Teddington Theatre Club opens its new season in September with a delightfully silly evening with Jeeves and Wooster
By David Goodale & Robert Goodale, original author PG Wodehouse
Directed by Matt Beresford
What Ho! You are cordially invited to an evening with B.W. Wooster, Esq. He will entertain you with the spiffing tale of how he reconciled the affections of Madeline Bassett and Gussie Fink-Nottle, whilst avoiding amateur dictator Sir Roderick Spode and trying to steal a silver cow creamer!
Fortunately Bertie’s valet Jeeves, and Aunt Dahlia’s butler Seppings, are on hand to ensure that the entertainment goes smoothly...
Join them for an evening of laughter, silliness and theatrical invention!
Dates: Sat 15 Sep – Fri 21 Sep 2018
Performance times: Sunday 6pm. Weekdays 7.45pm
Ticket prices: £12.00 & £16.00
Box Office: Telephone: 0845 838 7529 (1pm – 8pm) Online:
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The original girl power musical is coming to the main auditorium of Hampton Hill Theatre in July.
Book & Lyrics by Bill Owen, Lyrics by Tony Russell
Directed by Marc Batten
A fight for justice; the original girl power musical
Spring 1888. Frustrated by their terrible working conditions, a group of angry female match factory workers discuss their treatment by the factory owners. Anger soon turns to strike action and with the help of liberal reformer Annie Besant, they do battle with a callous and brutal management. But strike leader Kate is soon forced to choose between a new life in America with her fiancé or fighting on till victory.
Dates: Sat 7 Jul – Fri 13 Jul 2018
Performance times: Sunday 6pm - Weekdays 7.45pm
Ticket prices: £12.00 & £16.00
Box Office: Telephone: 0845 838 7529 (1pm – 8pm) Online:
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An enthralling edge-of-the-seat thriller about obsessive love will be at the Coward Studio at Hampton Hill Theatre from June 24th.
                   THE COLLECTOR
By Mark Healy, from the novel by John Fowles
Directed by Sophie Hardie
Frederick Clegg became obsessed with Miranda Grey at first sight. The repressed, introverted, butterfly collector, at first merely admires the beautiful art student from afar. But then he wins the Lottery and buys a remote country house, planning to bring her there as his ‘guest’. Having abducted and imprisoned her, he soon finds the reality is far from his fantasy and their tense, claustrophobic relationship leads to a devastating climax.
Dates: Sun 24 Jun – Sat 30 Jun 2018
Performance times: Sunday 6pm, Weekdays 7.45pm
Tickets: £10.00 & £14.00
Box office: Phone: 0845 838 7529 (1pm - 8pm only) Online:
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Coming to the auditorium in Hampton Hill Theatre is an uproarious satirical comedy with a sting in the tail
By Peter Barnes
Directed by Barry Evans
“First thing an Englishman does, straight from his mother’s womb, is touch his forelock.”
A blue-blood with a Messiah complex, the 14th Earl of Gurney is besieged by his ruthless family scheming to strip him of his title. Bubbling with acerbic wit and feverish energy, Olivier Award-winning and Oscar-nominated-writer, Peter Barnes's razor-sharp satire mercilessly exposes the absurdity of unearned privilege. It became a successful feature film starring Peter O’Toole. -
Dates: Sat 12 May – Fri 18 May 2018
Performance Times: Sunday, 6pm, weekdays 7.45pm
Ticket prices: Members £12.00 & £16.00
Box Office: Telephone: 0845 838 7528 (10am – 8pm) Online:
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In the Coward Studio at Hampton Hill Theatre, Teddington Theatre Club brings you two actors in 16 roles. A West End hit and an acting tour-de-force – can they do it?
By Marie Jones
Directed by Wesley Henderson Roe
When Charlie, from Co. Antrim, and Jake, from Co. Kerry, meet as extras on a Hollywood film shoot in Ireland they strike up an unusual friendship. As the days tick by and their pay adds up, they learn more about themselves, their local community and the people who have arrived in it than either would have imagined.
Dates: Sunday 29th April – Saturday 5th May
Performance times: Sunday 6pm, weekdays 7.45pm
Ticket prices: £10.00 & £14.00
Box Office: Online: – Telephone: 0845 838 7529 (10am – 8pm)
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Warning: This play contains language appropriate to the time and place