‘Alfie’ – March 30 – April 2 2017
Our first production of the new year will be Bill Naughton’s 1960s play Alfie. Famously adapted for the big screen in 1966 and the movie that made a star of Michael Caine, this tale of a philandering chauffeur will be directed by our Artistic Director Dean Laccohee and will be the last production before the Commemoration Hall closes for redevelopment.
Our 2017 Season is now complete…
Following on from our Spring production Alfie will be two directorial debuts for the club and of course, a change of venue. The comedy Shakers by John Godber & Jane Thornton will be our Summer production, followed by Arthur Miller’s masterpiece The Crucible in the Autumn. Both plays will be presented in Huntingdon’s Town Hall, on the Market Square. Shakers will be presented in the Assembly Room & The Crucible will be staged in the historic Court Room. We look forward to welcoming you to our new temporary home while the Commemoration Hall is undergoing it’s extensive redevelopment. Watch this space for details of auditions and how YOU can get involved in these exciting forthcoming productions.
Check out our Social Events…
Our social calendar is back in full swing and our next event is a theatre trip to see a brand new comedy at the Cambridge Arts Theatre. Go to our Social Events page to find out more.
Love Community Theatre? Don’t miss a thing!
Our new What’s On page will keep you updated with local productions, auditions, workshops and other community theatre events in and around the Huntingdon area. We’ve teamed up with our friends all over the county to make sure you never miss a thing!