All performances start at 7.30pm. Doors and Bar open at 7.00pm.
Tickets are priced at £9.00 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.
We are pleased to announce the 2018/2019 season...
Play 1: Saturday 6 – Saturday 13 October
Daisy Pulls It Off by Denise Deegan
Daisy Meredith, the new girl, is the first scholarship student to attend the Grangewood School for Girls. The privileged students are determined to make Daisy look bad in the eyes of Miss Gibson. However, Miss Gibson and the School have problems of their own... financial ones. Daisy wins over her chums and saves the school when she cracks a secret code, finds the treasure and saves the life of her school nemesis all on the same night! A long running success in London’s West End, this inventive spoof of English schoolgirl adventure novels is just ‘jolly hockey sticks’.
Play 2: Saturday 8 December – Saturday 15 December
Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmund Rostand, adapted by Glyn Maxwell
Swordsman, philosopher, poet, raconteur – Cyrano de Bergerac is all these things, but none of them make him happy. What he desires above all is the love of the beautiful Roxane. But his problem is as plain as the nose on his face, and that is the nose on his face. However, with Cyrano’s poetry and someone else's beauty he wins Roxane’s heart... kind of.
Play 3: Saturday 16 February – Saturday 23 February
Come Blow Your Horn by Neil Simon
After his younger brother, Buddy, shows up one day, ladies' man Alan Baker finds out Buddy has finally moved out of their father's home. Alan allows Buddy to stay with him and even teaches him how to be a suave, hip Manhattanite. Buddy quickly adopts Alan's lifestyle, while their father, Harry grows frustrated at the irresponsibility of his sons. When Alan starts to realise the shallowness of his life, he worries that it is too late to save Buddy. The one liners come thick and fast. Slick, witty and hilarious this is Neil Simon at his best.
Play 4: Saturday 6 – Saturday 13 April
Dear Lupin by Roger Mortimer and Charlie Mortimer, adapted by Michael Simkins
Nostalgic, witty and filled with characters and situations that people of all ages will recognise, Dear Lupin is the entire correspondence of a father to his only son, spanning nearly 25 years. Roger Mortimer's sometimes hilarious, sometimes touching and always generous letters to his son are packed with anecdotes and sharp observations, with a unique analogy for each and every scrape that Charlie Mortimer got himself into.
Play 5: Saturday 1 June – Saturday 8 June
A Bunch of Amateurs by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman
This play tells the tale of a washed out former Hollywood action hero Jefferson Steele, who is trying to reboot his career by playing King Lear in Stratford upon Avon. Unfortunately, due to a monumental ‘cock-up’ he ends up in Stratford on the Wold playing at a local am-dram society in a barn!
See all 5 plays for just £38!
Anyone wishing to become a Season Ticket Holder, below is the application form.
The deadline to submit your application is Thursday 30 August 2018.
Payment can be made by cash, BACS or by cheque – please make cheques payable to Crompton Stage Society.
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37 Market St, Shaw
Tel 01706 840400
Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri & Sat
10.00am to 4.00pm