The Dressing Room

The Dressing Room

Date: Saturday 7 April 2018
Location: Civic Theatre
Time: 7.30pm
Produced by: Playriety Productions
Price: £21 inc. fees, Concessions £19 inc. fees

Returning by public demand, the hilarious comedy play, written by Bobby Ball, that combines sitcom with variety and comedy. Part play, part variety show – a whole night of great entertainment!

Set behind-the-scenes at a run-down theatre TOMMY CANNON and BOBBY BALL find themselves involved in the crazy goings-on of compère STU FRANCIS and fellow comic JOHNNIE CASSON.

So get ready to get your “hankies” out to wipe away tears of laughter.

Suitable for all the family!

“Cannon and Ball” won a standing ovation! A night of pure nostalgia!” – Derbyshire Times


Brassed Off

Brassed Off

Date: Tuesday 24 to Friday 27 April 2018
Location: Civic Theatre
Time: 7.30pm
Produced by: Rotherham Rep
Price: £9 inc. fees, Concessions £8 inc. fees Season ticket prices: All 4 plays = £30, 3 plays = £24

Featuring Rotherham Town Band

It is 1992, Grimley Colliery faces the threat of closure and the future of the brass band seems uncertain. With the miners torn between redundancy packages and the picket lines, band-leader Danny’s hopes of winning the National Brass Band Competition at the Royal Albert Hall seem like a distant dream. The arrival of flugelhorn-playing Gloria brings hope, to the band on the brink of collapse, but no one knows who she’s really playing for. ..

Based on a true story, Brassed Off is a funny and life-affirming tale of community spirit and triumph in the face of adversity.

Pre-Theatre dining offer at The Wharncliffe is now full.


Will You Still Love Me in the Morning

will you Still Love In the Morning - Phoenix Players

Will You Still Me Love Me in the Morning?

Date: Tuesday 8 to Saturday 12 May 2018
Location: Civic Theatre
Time: 7.15pm
Produced by: Phoenix Players
Price: £9 inc. fee

Jeremy and Celia return a week early from their unsuccessful honeymoon to find that both Jeremy’s partners have accepted his offer to stay in his house while he is away. The only problem is that they have each brought the other’s wife with them. Jeremy discovers one illicit couple, Celia the other.

Both issue invitations to them for dinner. Complications pile up thick and fast as, realizing their dilemma and desperate to make a good impression on Jeremy’s colleagues, the couple stages two dinner parties simultaneously, one on the patio and one in the dining room.

As if there aren’t problems enough, Sid the plumber, up to his eyeballs in water in the cellar, has to call in the Water Board Emergency Service just when all seems resolved and Jeremy and Celia are attempting to salvage their lost honeymoon.


The Final Test

The Final Test

The Final Test

Date: 19 to 22 June 2018
Location: Civic Theatre
Time: 7.30pm
Produced by: REP
Price: Full £9, Concession £8

Peter and Ruth have had a long and happy marriage. Or so Peter believes. He loves listening to the cricket on the radio, she likes to travel. As Peter dozes in his deckchair listening to the final test from The Oval his wife announces that she has sold the house and is moving to the coast with her lover. When the new owners move in later that day they discover they have more than they bargained for: an elderly, cricket-loving squatter who refuses to move out of their garden.
A real treat for all cricket and comedy fans.