Productions

Alfie

First performed in 1963, this tragi-comic tale of London lothario Alfie Elkins and the many women in his life was famously adapted for the big screen in 1966 and made a star of Michael Caine. Alfie swaggers & philosophizes his way through a succession of conquests, but as his girlfriends come and go, he’s about to have a brush with reality that may just force him to change his ways.

Alfie will run from March 30 to April 2 2017 and will be the final production at the Commemoration Hall before it closes for a major refurbishment.

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“A witty, humorous play with a dark side” British Theatre Guide


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The Cast

Alfie Elkins – Adam Hillier

Siddie – Hayley Kendall

Gilda – Sarah Cornforth

Humphrey – Andy Wilkes

Doctor – Josephine Hussey

Annie – Jennie Osborne

Harry Clamacraft – Chris Thompson

Vy – Michelle Gibson

Flo – Paula Spalding

Lofty – Phil Green

Perce – Guy Makey

Lily Clamacraft – Vicky Spurway

Mr Smith – Harrison Lake

Ruby – Josephine Hussey

Joe – Les Roberts

Carla – Millie Smith

Lacey – Andy Wilkes

Sharpey – James Rowe

The Crew

Director – Dean Laccohee

Producer – Matt Callen

Stage Manager – Rae Goodwin

Sound – Mel Pugsley

Lighting – Edd Welsh

Wardrobe – Ann Monk

Props – Wendy Chappell

Stage Art by Tania Howe de la Torre

Publicity Design by Jane Horrell


Shakers  11 – 15 July 2017 


Shakers will be directed by Vicky Spurway. This comedy from the pens of John Godber (Bouncers) & Jane Thornton features four talented actresses in a number of roles as they bring to life the staff & customers on a night out at Shakers cocktail bar. Auditions will be held on April 5 & 10 & rehearsals begin week commencing April 17. The play will be presented in the Assembly Room at Huntingdon Town Hall.


The Crucible  21 – 25 November 2017 


Rae Goodwin will direct Arthur Miller’s classic American drama, which will be staged in the court room of Huntingdon Town Hall. Written in 1953, Miller took the Salem witch trials of 1692 as an allegory for the prosecution of alleged Communists that took place in the USA during the 1950s. Auditions will be held late July with rehearsals starting in September.