All play performances start at 7.30pm. Doors and Bar open at 7.00pm.
Tickets are priced at £10.00 and go on general sale approximately 3 weeks prior to each show.
To become a Season Ticket Holder, download the application form at the bottom of this page or order online.
The Road to Nab End
By William Woodruff
Adapted by Phlip Goulding
Saturday 9th – Saturday 16th October 2021
A true taste of Lancashire, 'The Road To Nab End' chronicles the early life of William Woodruff, who grew up in Lancashire through the turbulent times of a crippling economy, poverty and social unrest of the 1920s.
What makes this play particularly emotive and powerful is that we experience these historic events through Woodruff’s childhood reflections.
It's A Wonderful Life
Adapted from Frank Capra’s 1946 classic movie.
Saturday 4th December to Saturday 11th December
On Christmas Eve 1945, in Bedford Falls, New York, 38-year-old George Bailey contemplates suicide. The prayers of his family and friends reach heaven, where Angel 2nd class Clarence Odbody is assigned to save George, to earn his wings. Clarence shows George Life in Bedford Falls had he not been born… Will it be enough to convince George that his life made a difference to the people of Bedford falls?
If you enjoyed last years production of A Christmas Carol, then you will love the stage version of Frank Capra’s 1946 classic Christmas Story .
by Colin Smith
Saturday 12th Feb – Saturday 19th Feb 2022
Play is a comedy which takes inspiration from all sorts of theatrical genres and is a nightmare journey through the mind of playwright Brian Simpson, who finds himself on opening night with the audience in situ but with no play! Through dreamlike sequences and hilarious interruptions from family and bizarre characters, is determined to get a show on stage, created in front of the eyes of the audience.
by Harold Brighouse
Saturday 2nd April – Saturday 9th April 2022
Now and again its great fun to do a classic, and they don’t come more classic than this masterful comedy. The youngest daughters of curmudgeonly bootmaker Hobson are anxious to marry and have eligible suitors who must wait until eldest daughter, practical minded Maggie is promised in marriage.
Maggie, however, has other plans which include freedom from her father’s tyranny, a business and husband of her own. Her Choice: Hobson’s shy apprentice Will Mossop
Around the World in 80 days
By Jules Verne
Adapted by Laura Eason
Saturday 4th – Saturday 11th June 2022
David Niven did it. Steve Coogan had a bash. Now it's our turn to tell this epic yarn.
Phileas Fogg, sets off on the adventure of a lifetime after having laid a £20,000 bet with his fellow whist players in London’s Reform Club that he can circumnavigate the world in just 80 days.
If you enjoyed 'The 39 Steps' you will love this play. It promises to be fast paced, funny and will get everyone in the mood to travel just in time for summer.
So don’t forget your passports and join us to see out the season in style.
See all 5 plays for just £40 - Get one play free!
Anyone wishing to become a Season Ticket Holder, you can download the application form below (only page two required so you can save some ink by just printing the one page).
Please submit your application by 1st September so we have time to process the application before advance booking opens.
Payment can be made by Bank Transfer (If renewing) or by cheque – please make cheques payable to Crompton Stage Society. See the application form for details.
Please add your surname as a reference if renewing by bank transfer.
You can also order and pay online below.
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35 Market St, Shaw
Tel 01706 841697
Mon to Sat
9.00am to 5.00pm