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04 April 2015, 00.00
Arden of Faversham: Sardines Review
"The cast all gave outstanding performances."
15 February 2015, 00.00
'The Glass Menagerie' Open Auditions
Open audition for The Glass Menagerie
31 July 2014, 00.00
Grand-Guignol: Canterbury Times Review
"The production was professional and solid with a strong cast."








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    £9 | £10
    Theatrecraft present...
    Cash on Delivery
    Thursday 16 - Saturday 18 April - 7.45pm

    The fast moving, smash hit comedy, Cash on Delivery, is a superb farce by the son of legendary farce master Ray Cooney.

    Eric Swan, unbeknown to his wife, has been pocketing thousands of pounds in fraudulent DSS claims, for an army of fictitious lodgers. When his real lodger opens the door to a DSS inspector deceptive mayhem follows as does an undertaker, psychiatrist, corpse and bereavement counsellor, amongst others.

    A tour de force of timing and slapstick - with lies, lies and more lies, people getting knocked out, men without their trousers, mis-timings, mistaken identities, cross dressing and dead bodies!

    Cash on Delivery is entered in the Kent Drama Association Full Length Play Festival 2015.

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    Movies at the Playhouse present...
    Interstellar (2014)
    Thursday 23 April - 7.30pm
    Running Time - 2 hours 49 minutes

    Interstellar is a sci-fi drama about an intergalactic space mission to seek a new home for mankind after survival on Earth is threatened. 

    Starring: Matthew McConaugheyAnne HathawayJessica ChastainCasey AffleckTopher GraceMichael CaineWes BentleyJohn LithgowEllen Burstyn

    Directed by: Christopher Nolan

  • philbeer

    Folk In The Barn present...
    Phil Beer
    Saturday 25 April - 7.45pm

    Phil Beer is the multi-instrumental half of the west countryʼs award winning acoustic duo, Show of Hands. With a professional career of over 36 years, playing in too many bands and line ups to list fully but the most notable sessions in his career range from the Rolling Stones’ album Steel Wheels and Mike Oldfield’s live album Exposed to albums by the Albion Band as well as the huge catalogue of Show of Hands.

    How do you describe a Phil Beer Performance?

    Fun, eccentric, informative, with the constant sounds of jaws hitting the floor. Phil could coax a beautiful tune from a length of clothes-line.  Not only that but his gigs really do have something for everyone,  traditional tunes, covers of Springsteen or The Hollies, together with his own compositions and songs from his contemporaries.

    All are songs and music of memory and significance sung in the subtle and melodic Phil Beer style and interjected with musings and amusings to an almost personal audience. It is a treat of past and current favourites from one of the most popular musicians on the acoustic circuit.

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    Book Tickets Online

    National Theatre Live - Encore
    The Hard Problem

    Thursday 30 April - 7pm
    Doors/Bar Open - 6.30pm

    A new play by Tom Stoppard.

    Acclaimed playwright Tom Stoppard (Shakespeare in Love, Arcadia, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead) returns to the National Theatre with his highly-anticipated new play The Hard Problem, directed by Nicholas Hytner (Othello, Hamlet, One Man, Two Guvnors).

    Hilary, a young psychology researcher at a brainscience institute, is nursing a private sorrow and a troubling question at work, where psychology and biology meet. If there is nothing but matter, what is consciousness?

    This is ‘the hard problem’ which puts Hilary at odds with her colleagues who include her first mentor Spike, her boss Leo and the billionaire founder of the institute, Jerry. Is the day coming when the computer and the MRI scanner will answer all the questions psychology can ask? Meanwhile Hilary needs a miracle, and she is prepared to pray for one.




  • shakes

    £12 | £10
    White Cobra Productions present...
    The Shakespeare Revue
    Saturday, 2 May - 7.45pm

    The Shakespeare Revue is a light-hearted collection of sketches, songs and anecdotes inspired by the works and reputation of The Bard.

    Originally created for the Royal Shakespeare Company for the annual birthday celebrations, it subsequently transferred to the Barbican Theatre and the West End.

    It includes extracts from Alan Bennett, Noel Coward, Richmal Crompton, Stephen Fry, Jonathan Miller, Bill Oddie, Cole Porter, Stephen Sondheim, Victoria Wood and many others. The result is a sparkling entertainment in the revue tradition, performed by six versatile actors and their pianist.

    You never knew Shakespeare could be so much fun!
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    £8 | £9 | £10
    The Lindley Players present...
    Music Hall
    Wednesday 20 - Saturday 23 May - 7.45pm

    The famous, (no inferior imitations), traditional Music Hall will again be performed by the Lindley Players for your delectation. In what will be a extravaganza of the senses, prepare to be delighted, surprised and maybe a little titillated.

    Music with a superior and sparkling series of salubrious scenas and scintillating solos, subtly sequestered into a stylish symposium. Yes, lots of songs. This excellent show will feature magic and the very best of comedy renditions all done in the best possible taste.

    We have the songs, the music, the performers but what is the essential ingredient? Our revered audience, without whom atmosphere and spirit would be sadly missing.