Two shows in March
An early Easter means double entertainment in one month
Our next play, opening on Tuesday March 8, is the ever-popular John Godber comedy Bouncers, telling the story of a 1990s night on the town through the eyes of four doormen: Eric, Les, Judd and Ralph.
If you are on Twitter, you may have seen our short video clips of the four-man cast. If not, you can catch up with them over on our YouTube channel.
The show runs from 7.30pm each night up to - and including - Saturday March 12. There is also a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.
The four bouncers play all the characters: the boys out on the pull, the girls out on the town, the slightly seedy club DJ and many more. It's bound to be a night to remember - and you'll laugh until they throw you out.
Tickets cost Â£10, with Â£9 concessions from Tuesday to Thursday only. All matinee tickets are Â£9. You can still book yours from the Brewhouse box office in person, or book and pay online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/littletheatreco. There's no extra booking or admin fee.
Later in the month, from March 29 to Saturday April 2, our youth company stages the classic Andrew Lloyd Webber musical The Phantom of The Opera. Limited number of tickets are available for the five performances and a sell-out is likely before the show opens. So don't delay if you've not got your tickets yet.
Please note, there are no matinee performances of The Phantom of the Opera.
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