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Our 62nd Season


Notices will be posted in the news section of the website and included in members' newsletters when audition dates are announced.

Youth Company Production
13th – 15th February 2020

Children’s Workshop Production
6th – 7th March 2020

Please not online booking is not available for this production, however tickets will be available at the box office on the nights of the show.

When The Wind Blows
By Raymond Briggs
2nd - 11th April 2020

Tragicomic play about love and nuclear war, based on the film by the writer of The Snowman. Set in the 80s under the shadow of the bomb, Jim and Hilda Bloggs do their best to follow official government advice to protect themselves and survive the coming tribulation. This two-hander is set entirely in the Bloggs’ country cottage over the bucolic days before and in the aftermath of the nuclear apocalypse.

Ladies' Day
By Amanda Whittington
7th - 16th May 2020

Lively, heart-warming comedy with some very touching moments which tells the story of four ladies of varying ages, Pearl, Jan, Shelley and Linda, who work in a fish filleting factory in Hull. The play is based around their adventures on a day out to the races the year Royal Ascot was held at York Racecourse. They meet a cavalcade of curious characters and take their chances on a little flutter. Ladies' Day was first performed in 2005 at the Hull Truck Theatre and has been popular with professionals and amateurs alike ever since.

This production is presented by special arrangement with Nick Hern Books.

By William Shakespeare
18th - 27th June 2020

Our first-ever production of Shakespeare's greatest play Hamlet, a ghost story, a love story and a revenge tragedy. Claudius has secretly murdered his brother King Hamlet, seized the throne and married his sister-in-law Gertrude. Young Hamlet returns to Denmark and finds out what has happened from his father's ghost, which is haunting the castle. But is the ghost telling the truth? And why is Hamlet's lover Ophelia refusing to see him? We promise an exciting and fast-moving production of a play with many twists and turns. Not to be missed.