Category Archives: Theatre

Nine Years

By Richard |

The Barton Film Premiere Nine Years is a coming of age story following a headstrong Bartonian teen pursuing her dreams of a career in music, set in the shadow of the building of the Humber Bridge. Based on real life stories with music by Paul Heaton of The Beautiful South. Built by Fox&Cox Productions and […]

Greg Byron

By Richard |

Writer/Performer of original Spoken Word and host of the #StandUpPoet podcast on iTunes, Spotify etc… Funny, witty, outraged, plain silly, sometimes just poignant or cathartic, but always “keeps you constantly engaged” (Kansas City Star, USA) delivering verses on life, the universe and everything (ish)… Verses inspired by modern day and social comment performed with a […]

An Audience with Michael Smith

By Richard |

Michael Smith is the author of a number of widely acclaimed books about spies and special forces, including the Sunday Times No 1 bestseller Station X: The Codebreakers of Bletchley Park and the New York Times bestseller Killer Elite: America’s Most Secret Special Operations Team. He served in British military intelligence before becoming an award-winning […]

Hags: A Magical Experience

By Richard |

In Bideford in 1682, the final witch trial in Britain took place. Three women were accused of witchcraft, tried and hanged. Now fast forward to the present day and name one female magician…pretty tricky. But tonight, three fearless females are climbing out of their boxes, shaking off the sequins and investigating what really happened in […]

Susan of Narnia

By Richard |

Inspired by the novels of C.S Lewis, this is a story about what could have happened to one of the characters – Susan. In the final novel, all her family die in a tragic accident. This is a story about what might have happened to her after that, and after she’s left all alone in […]

Mike and Millie’s Winter Wonderland

By Richard |

Specifically created for those living with later-stage dementia, this charming show takes the audience on a day trip to the 1960s. Using music, dance, mime and rhyme, the performers from Smashing Mirrors Theatre Company provoke memories and stimulate interaction in a safe and comfortable setting. Join Mike and Millie as they explore a snowy world of […]


By Richard |

Hauntings is a spellbinding evening of three tales of the supernatural from two of the world’s greatest writers of ghost stories, E.F. Benson and M.R. James. From E.F. Benson comes ‘Naboth’s Vineyard’ – in which just desserts are meted out to an unscrupulous lawyer, and ‘The Hanging of Alfred Wadham’ – in which the forces […]

Santa Meet & Greet

By Richard |

A Barton upon Humber Rotary presentation. Enjoy a hot chocolate and cookie and the opportunity to take a selfie with Santa. 10am – 1pm. Autism and special needs friendly and relaxed session 1pm – 2pm.

Behold Ye Ramblers

By Richard |

Townsend Theatre Productions in association with The Society for the Study of Labour History Behold Ye Ramblers – a new play by Neil Gore From the voices of ramblers and campaigners to the songs and poetry inspired by past and current struggles, “Behold Ye Ramblers” is a new play about The Clarion newspaper and the organisations […]

An Audience with John Sergeant 

By Richard |

Many people will remember John Sergeant as one of Britain’s most popular and respected broadcasters and authors. The former Chief Political Correspondent for the BBC and ITN Political Editor, his award-winning career as a political journalist, both for the BBC and ITN, has been as lengthy as it has been successful and seen him interview […]

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