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Robin Hood

It’s time to…  Cheer the Goodies!  Boo the Baddies!

What do you get if you take a legendary folk hero, a plucky heroine, a dim-witted king, and a mischievous baddie that you love to hate? 

The Dragon Theatre Company presents a fantastic action-packed traditional pantomime that’s crammed full of fun!

Complete with songs and audience participation, tasty refreshments, and a chance to meet and greet the characters, we’re offering a family friendly evening to remember!


Saturday matinee: 2.30pm

Doors open at 2pm / 7pm.

Wheelchair-friendly premises. The entrance is opposite the Co-Op supermarket in Moray Way, RM1 4YD

Tickets: £10 & £8


  • : current/future_show
  • : 40251
  • : Havering Road Methodist Church Hall
  • : 25/01/2024
  • : RM14YD
  • : 27/01/2024
  • : Greater London
  • : Jenny Rees
  • :
  • : £10 & £8
  • : 07960676180
Xmas Xarol

Xmas Xarol

Charles Dickens’ classic festive tale of redemption and compassion, retold by cellar door in promenade style. Follow the actors from room to room in the cornerHouse as Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by three ghostly spirits on Christmas Eve.

  • : past_show
  • : 1076186
  • : cornerHouse Theatre
  • : 16/12/2023
  • : Charles Dickens
CINDERS The Cinderella Story

CINDERS The Cinderella Story

Fill up those gloomy days between Christmas and New Year and come along  to see our Cloud Nine family pantomime which this year is “Cinders – The Cinderella Story”, written once again by our own Rebecca Townsend.

This pantomime is fast moving and full of fun, with songs that you know and love, performed by our amazingly talented cast who will sing and dance their way through this brilliant family show. Enjoy the story of Cinderella and how she meets her Prince Charming and boo those outrageous Ugly Sisters and Cinders’ wicked Stepmother. We are delighted this year to be joined by members of the Chris Williams Dance School who will add their own sparkle to this incredible pantomime.

Shows are twice daily at 2.30pm and 7pm on Monday 27, Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 December at The Academy Selsey, School Lane, PO20 9EH. Tickets: Adults £10 and Children/OAP’s £8 are available online at or from Sue at The Box Office (cash or cheque only) – Tel. 01243 607957.

  • : current/future_show
  • : 40793
  • : The Academy, Selsey
  • : 27/12/2021
  • : PO209EH
  • : 29/12/2021
  • : South East
  • : Rebecca Townsend
  • :
  • : £10 adults, £8 concessions
  • : 01243607957
The Railway Children

The Railway Children

Hallam 89’s new play version of Edith Nesbit’s much-loved book stays true to her original story so you will recognise the children’s adventures. Many of the back-projection pictures, which set the various scenes, are taken on The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway with Three Chimneys, Oakworth Station and Mytholmes Tunnel playing central roles.  Come and join Bobbie, Peter, Phyllis, Mother, The Old Gentleman, Perks and all the other characters as “The Green Dragon” steam engine rides again.

Performances on Sunday, 3rd October at 3.00pm and 6.00pm.



  • : current/future_show
  • : 41152
  • : Crookes Club
  • : 03/10/2021
  • : S101TD
  • : 03/10/2021
  • : Yorkshire
  • : E. Nesbit / adapted by David Hague
  • :
  • : £5
  • : 01142335333
How to Spot An Alien

How to Spot An Alien

A rip-roaring family show

When Jelly and Jonjo are forced to live with their mysterious Aunt Lien, they are suddenly plunged into an ominous new world, where doors are firmly locked, windows are blacked out and questions are strictly forbidden. But when their aunt begins to show alien-like qualities, their suspicions soon get the better of them…
Join two kids aboard their spaceship on an exhilarating adventure through the cosmos and beyond. But will they succeed on their mission to save the fate of curious kids everywhere?
A wonderfully quirky and fantastically fun family show, bursting with pet spiders, Strictly-Come Salsa and startling new solar systems. Written by BAFTA-nominated playwright and screenwriter Georgia Christou.
Runs 29-31 August for 5 performances only. There will be a relaxed performance on Saturday 31st at 2.30pm.
Due to social distancing there will be reduced seating, so make sure to get your tickets fast. When you come to our theatre, we ask that you please abide by our COVID safety measures, including mask-wearing and hand santizing. Please read our full COVID-19 statement

The Tempest

The Tempest

We are delighted to announce that this summer the Cotswold Arcadians will be presenting The Tempest by William Shakespeare. This will be directed by Jonathan Vickers and performed at Hatherop Castle from Monday 19 to Saturday 24 July – one innovation this year will be that we’ll be performing a Saturday matinee, with a special price for families: it will be great if that means that we can introduce more children to the fun and magic of Shakespeare.

Probably Shakespeare’s last play, The Tempest is, for many, his finest achievement. Alive with music, bursting with action, peppered with comedy, and suffused with mystery and magic, it brings together themes of love, revenge, forgiveness and redemption. A climactic finale to the work of our greatest playwright.

The play is uniquely suited to the Arcadians. Set entirely outdoors, and playing less than two hours, it brings us some of the bard’s most enthralling characters and some of his most beautiful language. The perfect entertainment for a warm summer’s evening at Hatherop Castle. A treat to look forward to!

For full ticket information, including answers to FAQs, please visit

Online tickets are available from (no additional booking fee) or by phone on 0333 666 3366 (charge of £1.80 per booking).

  • : current/future_show
  • : 40949
  • : Hatherop Castle
  • : 19/07/2021
  • : GL73NB
  • : 24/07/2021
  • : South West
  • : Shakespeare
  • :
  • : £19-£21 Standard/ £18-£21 Senior/ £10-£11 Student/ £45 Family matinee only
  • : 03336663366
The Wind in the Willows Outdoors

The Wind in the Willows Outdoors

Venue Name: Dorchester Abbey, Cloister Garden

Venue Postcode: OX107HH


Credits: Adapted by Philip Dart

Societies: DADS (Dorchester Amateur Dramatics Society)

Toad, Mole, Ratty, Badger and their arch-rival Weasel are coming to the beautiful setting of Dorchester Abbey’s Cloister Garden this July!

DADS will be performing Philip Dart’s enthralling adaptation of Kenneth Grahame’s enduring classic The Wind in the Willows from 22nd to 24th July. This play should delight audience members of all ages.

Performance times:

Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd July 7pm

Saturday 24th July 2pm and 6pm

Tickets available from