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Murdered to Death

25th November 2014 - 29th November 2014

This production was performed as a Dinner Theatre event at the Whitworth Civic Hall. A howling comedy farce spoof of Agatha Christie's 'Whodunnit' genre.

Visiting Hour & Bedside Manners

5th April 2014 - 12th April 2014

Three one act comedies set in an NHS hospital ward

Laying the Ghost

16th March 2013 - 23rd March 2013

Comedy set in a retirement home for actors

My Friend Miss Flint

27th November 2012 - 1st December 2012

A hilarious comedy performed at the Bacup Hub with dinner theatre performances on Friday 30th November & Saturday 1st December.

Sylvia's Wedding

22nd January 2011 - 29th January 2011

A comedy building up to the wedding day of Sylvia & Gordon

Secondary Cause of Death

2nd June 2018 - 9th June 2018

From the author of Murdered to Death comes the eagerly-anticipated sequel. When Joan Maple’s sister Cynthia arrives to stage a murder mystery evening, Inspector Pratt arrives and then the bodies pile higher than ever!

The Cemetery Club

22nd May 2010 - 29th May 2010

Comedy of 'Older' widows who meet before attending the cemetery

The Importance of Being Earnest

20th March 2010 - 27th March 2010

A Classic Comedy

Much Ado about Nothing

24th June 2006 - 1st July 2006

Benedick and Beatrice don't love each other but then they do. Claudio and Hero love each other but then they don't but then they do again. Everyone gets married.

Love on the Dole

2nd April 2005 - 9th April 2005

A self-educated Man, widely read and 'on the dole' several times. Walter Greenwood drew on his local knowledge of Salford and its society in poverty, creating an important social document played out here.

Natural Causes

13th April 2004 - 18th April 2004

Mistaken identities, hilarious consequences and some great laughs

The Remarkable Mr Pennypacker

18th February 2003 - 23rd February 2003

Set in early 1900s Pennsylvania, where a freethinking man, Mr. Horace Pennypacker turns out to secretly have had a second family, with a total of 17 children between the two.

Anne of Green Gables

9th February 2002 - 16th February 2002

The affectionate adaptation of the classic story is a humorous and bittersweet re-telling of the adventures of the vivacious redhead, Anne Shirley with Matinee performances on 9th & 10th February.

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