Wednesday 30th August

The Pantaloons theatre company

The comedy of Errors

Cartoonish capers in Shakespear's funniest farce!

Two sets of shipwreaked twins - who lost their doubles years ago - unknowingly end up in the same place at the same time.  Chaos ensues, but will the siblings find each other in the end.

Expect silly slapstick, abundant anachronisms and memorable music nestled amongst Shakespear's poignant poetry as the critically acclaimed Pantaloons put their own inimitable spin on this classic comedy.

This is an outdoor theatre production, pleaase bring your own picnic and drinks, a chair and warm clothing.

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This hilarious comedy, set against the backdrop and dynamic music of the 'Swinging 60's', was written by our Artistic Director Kate Bramley (formerly of Sir John Godber's Hull Truck Theatre) with original songs and music by Jez Lowe  (SONY Radio Academy Award Winner/ BBC Radio 2 Radio Ballads).

This tale follows our Eddie, a much-loved milkman- from a family of great Italian milkmen- who finds himself becoming a chart-topping Beat group star, quite by accident. Having inherited the family milk round from his father, Eddie has fulfilled his deathbed promise to never miss a delivery for the good people of the village of Bottledale. But suddenly things are on the up! His songs are heading up the charts and if he can get there by tonight he’ll be on the brand-new Top of The Pops!

So, get ready, Eddie, go! You’re heading for the high life, with the fabulous Gold Tops behind you every step of the way!  But when things take a churn for RDRDthe worse, will he get back for the morning milk?

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Saturday 16th September

Laugh Out Loud Theatre Company take on two of Alan Bennett's popular monologues from his 'Talking Heads' series:


Her Big Chance - Meet Lesley, an actress. She has just completed a video ('targeted chiefly on West Germany') in which she plays Travis, a career girl who enjoys life, spends a remarkable amount of time topless and shoots a man with a harpoon gun. She tells all, blind to the sinister undertones of her story as well as to her own self-delusions and gullibility. 


A Chip in the Sugar - Graham, a middle-aged bachelor, emotionally unintelligent and chronically dependent on his mother, finds life difficult enough at the best of times. When Mother meets an old flame and seems set to marry him, Graham's old insecurities rear their ugly heads.


Alan Bennett is a master of observation and his plays explore the inner world of people, their hopes, fears and petty grievances. They are funny, poignant, relatable and sad at the same time and are as relevant as ever in today's world. Join us for a nostalgic trip back to the eighties as we bring these vivacious, troubled and humorous characters to life.

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Friday 14th July

The Handlebards theatre company

A Midsummer Nights Dream

Tickets are on sale for our summer 2023 tour of A Midsummer Night’s Dream!


We are pleased to announce something to look forward to in 2023.. In celebration of the HandleBards 10th anniversary, we'll be bringing a brand new production of A Midsummer Night's Dream to over 80 venues across the UK!


Tickets are on sale for over 40 dates of the tour, including Naseby village hall.


🎟 Follow this link to book yours. 🎟