New Ticket Office 

From Tuesday 27th August, Playhouse 2 Tickets will be available from: 


A Shaw Thing
35 Market St
Shaw OL2 8NR
Tel 01706 841697

Opening times are 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday.

 

Please bear with us through the changeover and while they get used to handling tickets for us.
A huge 'Thank You' to Margaret and Kirsty who have been a great help to the theatre for the last few years.

Saturday 21st September at 7.30pm

 

Clock Tower Theatre Company present

 

DON'T SEND FLOWERS

by Emily Garside

 

Grace meets Louis, who tries to chat her up in a waiting room. Pretty soon they spark up an ill-advised affair. Meanwhile she has started having coffee with John, who she talked out wasting the rest of his life on self-help books. While Grace helps John finish his life’s work, before life gives up on him, she loses herself in Louis. When Grace’s father dies, it brings home what brought their dysfunctional group together in the first place, and all three are forced to confront their feelings.

‘Don’t send Flowers’ is a darkly funny look at life and death and living with both. And how cake if not a cure for cancer, is a pretty effective placebo.

 

Tickets £10.00 - on sale 30th August

Thursday 26 September at 7.30pm

 

H is for Harry (12A) plus Q&A

Mercurial Pictures

 

What does it take to change a child’s life? 

H is for Harry is a coming of age story about Harry, a charismatic

11-year-old boy, who arrives at secondary school in suburban London unable to read or write. With the help of Sophie, his extremely dedicated teacher, can he overcome the illiteracy ingrained across generations of his family?

Q&A session after the film showing with: Andrew Sutherland - OMBC Director of Education, Skills & Early Years, Matthew Millburn - Head Teacher at Saddleworth School and one of the filmmakers (subject to numbers)

 

Tickets £5.00 

 

We have been able to bring this event to the Playhouse 2, Shaw with thanks to the support of Tradewind Recruitment - a Sunday Times Top 100 employer. I have been a supply teacher with Tradwind for over a year and their commitment to their candidates, education and young people's education is paramount. Tradewind invests in their teaching staff and sponsoring H is for Harry is just one example of the investment they put into both schools and teachers alike!

 

If you’re interested in registering with them or would like more information on how they can help you, they will be at the screening on the night, plus you can visit www.twrecruitment.com 

 

Thursday 3rd October at 1.00pm

 

 'Golden Oldies Cinema'

 

THE KING AND I (U)

 

1956. Directed by Walter Lang. With Yul Brynner, Deborah Kerr, Rita Moreno, Martin Benson. A widow accepts a job as a live-in governess to the King of Siam's children.

 

Tickets £5.00 inc refreshments

Saturday 5th October – Saturday 12th October at 7.30pm


Crompton Stage Society presents
THE GHOST TRAIN by Arnold Ridley


Written by Dads' Army's very own Godfrey, this play revolves around a party of assorted railway travellers who find themselves stranded in the waiting room of an isolated country station one evening.
Despite the station master trying to persuade them to leave the site, they refuse – citing the lack of alternative accommodation for several miles around as their reason. He warns them, however, of the supernatural danger of a spectral old railway carriage train that sometimes haunts the line at night, bringing death to all who set eyes upon it. Incredulous of his story, the group still refuse to leave, and he departs leaving them facing a terrifying night at the station.

This is a Halloween tale bound to raise the hairs on your neck.

 

Tickets £10.00  on general sale from 18th September.

Friday 18th October


‘MERRY HELL’


Return Of this fabulous Folk/Rock Band


Tickets £13.00 in advance, £15.50 on door
Available 27th August

Saturday 19th October


KINISHA ‘TINA TURNER’


Is it her ‘or’ The Original?


Tickets £15.00 in advance, £17.50 on door
Available 27th August

Friday 25th October at 7.30pm

 

FLY HALF - The Play.

 

A Father. A Son. A Club. A Town. A Game. Fly Half. A lyrical hymn to one man’s passion for his family, his town and his beloved game of rugby. 

 

Gary Lagden - Writer & Actor
Geoff Bullen - Director
Gareth Moulton - Composer/Musician of original songs
With marketing design from Keith Turner at Mooli

 

Tickets £10.00 on sale from 3rd September

Saturday 26th October

 

Charity Night

NIGHT OF THE PROMS

With Wardle Anderson Band

 

In aid of Shaw & Crompton Parish Council's Chairman's Charity


 

Tickets £10.00

Available 27th August

Friday 1st November


ROXY MAGIC


UK’s Definitive tribute to Roxy Music & Bryan Ferry.


Tickets £16.00 in advance, £18.50 on door
Available 3rd September

Saturday 2nd November


JULIE SCOTT


Cilla tribute and songs from the shows.


£15.00 in advance, £17.50 on door
Available 3rd September

Friday 8th November


CELEBRATION OF SIMON & GARFUNKEL


True to the original sound and back at P2 yet again.


Tickets £15.00 in advance, £17.50 on door
Available 10th September

Saturday 9th November


GLAMROCKZ


Back to the 70’s and a return to Playhouse2


Tickets £12.50 in advance, £15.00 on door
Available 10th September

Friday 15th November
 
GIMME ABBA
 
Third visit from this great tribute
 
Tickets £16.00 in advance, £18.50 door
Available 17th September

Saturday 16th November

 

KIKI DEE & CARMELO LUGGERI

 

Don’t go breaking my heart. The Fabulous KIKI DEE
returns to Shaw

 

Tickets £16.50 in advance, £18.00 on door
Available 17th September

Saturday 7 December – Saturday 14 December 2019

 

Crompton Stage Society presents

 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL

By Charles Dickens

Adapted by Karen Louise Hebden.

 

Charles Dickens’ timeless classic is brought to life in a joyous adaptation by Karen Louise Hebden.

 

One bitter Christmas Eve, a cold-hearted miser is visited by four ghosts. Transported to worlds past, present and future, Ebenezer Scrooge witnesses what a lifetime of fear and selfishness has led to, and sees with fresh eyes the lonely life he has built for himself. Can Ebenezer be saved before it’s too late?

 

All the iconic moments are here from this timeless epic, and we have gone to great lengths to find the most miserable "Baa Humbug" actor we can find and stuffed him full of Christmas Spirits.

 

Tickets £10.00 on general sale from 11th November

Thursday 19th & Friday 20th December


STAX OF SOUL


Back after their recent ‘sell-out’ show Blues Brothers
eat your heart out.


Tickets £15.00 in advance, £17.50 on door
Available 21st October

Saturday 21st December


SUBURBAN SWING ORCHESTRA


Celebrate Xmas with the ‘Big Band Sound’ of ‘The
Suburban Swing Orchestra’


Tickets £13 in advance, £15.50 on door
Available 21stOctober

Sunday 22nd December


CHRISTMAS FAMILY MOVIE


Tickets £4.00
Available 23rd November

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Ticket Office:

A Shaw Thing

35 Market St, Shaw

Tel 01706 841697

Mon to Sat

9.00am to 5.00pm

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