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August 2017

February 2018

Sleeping Beauty Box Office - 0116 255 1302 www.thelittletheatre.net Dover Street, Leicester


Family Pantomime

“Absolutely fantastic! We loved every single moment. Thank you Little Theatre for making a family day so special.�

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Tickets on sale now! LDS Production

Filled with high expectations, Dick Whittington travels to London with his faithful Cat ‘Tommy’. On arrival they discover that the pavements aren’t paved with gold as they had expected. Does Dick have any hope of becoming the next lord mayor of London? Or will the post be taken by the corrupt ‘King Rat‘? Or will ‘Spirit of the Bells’ triumph, enabling a harmonious ending to our story?

Friday 15 December 2017 Sunday 7 January 2018 Devised and Directed by John Bale Musical Direction by Paul Timms Choreography by Hollie Carrington Family Pantomime Standard: £15.50 and £13.00 children/registered disabled. Premium seat: £16.50 standard and £14.00 children/registered disabled.

What the audiences said about last year’s production of Sleeping Beauty: “ Two hours of wonderful funny entertainment. All the cast took their parts superbly. Lots of audience participation, we all thoroughly enjoyed it! Can’t wait for next year!”

Join us once again for our annual fun filled Panto. Expect lots of beautiful costumes and stunning scenery, lively song and dance routines, loads of audience participation and lots and lots of laughs. John Bale returns to play ‘Sarah the Cook’ in Dick Whittington, after his return to the role of Dame last year, and promises that his frocks and jokes will be as outrageous as ever! “ We have been to see the pantos for many years now and it is always amazing and such a brilliant performance.”

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£% LDS Multi-Buy Discounts

Arsenic and Old Lace LDS Production Monday 11 - Saturday 16 September 2017, 7:30pm Saturday Matinée 2:30pm By Joseph Kesselring Directed by John Bale 1940s Comedy Thriller Adult: £15.00 Conc.: £13.50 Premium Seat: £16.00

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Mortimer Brewster is a drama critic trying to deal with his crazy homicidal family, including two spinster aunts who have taken to murdering lonely old men by poisoning them with a glass of home-made elderberry wine laced with arsenic, a mad brother who believes he is Theodore Roosevelt and a murderous brother who has received disastrous plastic surgery performed by an alcoholic accomplice, Dr. Einstein, to conceal his identity. This tongue-in-cheek comedy thriller won’t necessarily keep you guessing who the killers are, but will leave you wondering how they’re going to get away with it. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Limited.

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£% LDS Multi-Buy Discounts

Confusions LDS Production Monday 2 - Saturday 7 October 2017, 7:30pm Saturday Matinée 2:30pm By Alan Ayckbourn Directed by David Kimmins

A huge hit when it opened in the West End, Ayckbourn’s Confusions has been a firm favourite with audiences ever since. The cast of five actors play over twenty roles in four interlinked comedies, culminating in the farcical Gosforth’s Fête. “ Confusions is as near perfect as makes no difference” – Scarborough Evening News “ Kept the audience in almost continuous laughter” – The Guardian

Farcical Comedy Adult: £15.00 Conc.: £13.50 Premium Seat: £16.00

This amateur production of “Confusions” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD.

See page 22 for LDS Multi-Buy Discounts

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£% LDS Multi-Buy Discounts

Playhouse Creatures LDS Production Monday 23 - Saturday 28 October 2017, 7:30pm Saturday Matinée 2:30pm By April De Angelis Directed by Steve Elliott Drama Adult: £15.00 Conc.: £13.50 Premium Seat: £16.00

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The theatre is derelict, haunted and still echoing in the days of the early Restoration period, around 1670. The smell in the theatre is unique and the atmosphere resonates with all the emotion that it has experienced. Something of Nell Gwyn and the others has not yet left. Playhouse Creatures uses the real life characters of English history, Nell Gwyn, Mrs. Betterton, Mrs Marshall and Mrs Farley. Actresses who were pioneers of theatre. This play shows the way that they strove for status as artists equal to that of their male counterparts during the reign of King Charles II. Some descriptive language and some subtle nudity. This amateur production of “Playhouse Creatures” is presented by special arrangementwith SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD.

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£% LDS Multi-Buy Discounts

The Happiest Days Of Your Life LDS Production Monday 13 - Saturday 18 November 2017, 7:30pm Saturday Matinée 2:30pm By John Dighton Directed by John Ghent Fast, funny and furious farce Adult: £15.00 Conc.: £13.50 Premium Seat: £16.00

It’s just after the end of WW2, and Hilary Hall School for Boys is preparing to open for the summer term when…wait for it!…suddenly, the Ministry of Devacuation decide that they must share their premises with St Swithin’s School for… are you ready for this?…GIRLS! This delightful and hilarious farce has been a great favourite since its first production in 1948 and the subsequent film version with Margaret Rutherford, Alistair Sim and Joyce Grenfell in 1950. Although schooldays may not have been the happiest days of your life, this play may very well help you to change your mind. This amateur production of “Happiest Days Of Your Life, The” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD.

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£% LDS Multi-Buy Discounts

Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense LDS Production Monday 22 - Saturday 27 January 2018, 7:30pm Saturday Matinée 2:30pm By David and Robert Goodale Directed by Ruth Cheetham Comedy Adult: £15.00 Conc.: £13.50 Premium Seat: £16.00

Join the aristocratic fool, Bertie Wooster, and his dutiful valet, Jeeves, along with fellow manservant, Seppings, in playing a dizzying array of roles in an evening of Perfect Nonsense. When a country house weekend takes a turn for the worse, Bertie Wooster is unwittingly called on to play matchmaker, but also to steal a silver cow creamer from Totleigh Towers. Naturally, the ever dependable Jeeves is there to prevent Bertie from making a fool of himself. This bout of inspired silliness won the Olivier Award for Best Comedy in 2014. Strobe may be used in this production. An amateur production by arrangement with Nick Hern Books.

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£% LDS Multi-Buy Discounts

The Decorator LDS Production Monday 5 - Saturday 10 February 2018, 7:30pm Saturday Matinée 2:30pm By Donald Churchill Directed by Colin Woods Comedy

Jane has discovered her husband has been having an affair behind her back, with a woman called Marcia. Jane decides to tell all to Marcia’s unsuspecting husband. With Jane arriving at any moment, Marcia decides her part-time decorator / actor, will impersonate her husband. Will Marcia’s deception succeed, or will Jane get her revenge? Let the chaos commence... This amateur production of “Decorator, The” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD.

Adult: £15.00 Conc.: £13.50 Premium Seat: £16.00

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Visiting Companies

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Visiting Companies

Book by THOMAS MEEHAN

Music by CHARLES STROUSE

Lyrics by MARTIN CHARNIN

Original Broadway Production Directed by Martin Charnin Presented on Broadway by Mike Nichols Produced by Irwin Mayer, Stephen R Friedman, Lewis Allen, Alvin Nederlander Associates Inc, The John F Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, Icarus Productions Based on “Little Orphan Annie”® by permission of Tribune Media Services Inc This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe) All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe www.mtishows.co.uk

The Little Theatre, Dover Street, Leicester.

October 9th - 14th 2017 Tickets £13 & £14 0116 2551302 (10:00am - 7:30pm) www.theidols.co.uk Like us on Facebook & follow us on Twitter @the_idols

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Visiting Companies KNIGHTON PARK AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY PRESENTS

DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS TUESDAY 21ST - SATURDAY 25TH NOVEMBER 2017 AT THE LITTLE THEATRE, LEICESTER TICKETS £15 CONCESSIONS FOR SATURDAY MATINEE - UNDER 16’s & OVER 65’s £13 EACH TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM THE KPAOS TICKET BOOKING OFFICE ON 01509 414 177 OR CALL THE LITTLE THEATRE ON 0116 255 1302 OR VISIT www.thelittletheatre.net

Book by JEFFREY LANE. Music and Lyrics by DAVID YAZBEK Based on the film ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’ Written by Dale Launer and Stanley Shapiro & Paul Henning This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe) All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe www.mtishows.co.uk Produced on Broadway by Marty Bell, David Brown, Aldo Scrofani, Roy Furman, Dede Harris, Amanda Lipitz, Greg Smith, Ruth Hendel, Chase Mishkin, Barry and Susan Tatelman, Debra Black, Sharon Karmazin, Joyce Schweickert, Bernie Abrams/Michael Speyer, David Belasco, Barbara Whitman, Weissberger Theater Group/Jay Harris Cheryl Wiesenfeld/Jean Cheever, Florenz Ziegfeld, Clear Channel Entertainment and Harvey Weinstein World premiere at the Old Globe Theatre, San Diego, California Artistic Director: Jack O’Brien/Executive Director: Louis G. Spisto

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Specials

Yours Faithfully,

Edna Welthorpe (Mrs) Wednesday 9 August at 7:00pm All tickets £10.00 This special event celebrates the comic genius of Leicester-born playwright Joe Orton 50 years after his death.

Acclaimed actor Frances Barber reads the hilarious prank letters of complaint that Orton penned under the pseudonym ‘Edna Welthorpe’ alongside new Edna letters commissioned from top comedy writers such as Jesse Armstrong (Peep Show, The Thick of It), Arthur Mathews (Father Ted) and Caz Moran (Raised by Wolves). BAFTA-nominated filmmaker Chris Shepherd pays tribute to Orton through a new animation about Edna Welthorpe starring Alison Steadman. Leonie Orton shares memories of her brother’s comic escapades, and comedian Graham Fellows (John Shuttleworth) joins Emmy Award-winning writer David Quantick (The Fast Show, Brass Eye, Veep) to discuss Orton’s impact on contemporary comedy.

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Specials

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Wigston Male Voice Choir Sunday 29 October at 7:30pm Tickets: £12.00, Premium Seat: £13.00 Formed by its Musical Director in 1972, the choir has grown from an initial membership of 18 to its current strength of over 80 choristers, making it one of the largest Male Voice Choirs in the country. It has achieved successes in Male Voice, Large Choir and Choral Championship classes at competitive music festivals, but is better known now as a concert choir, performing with celebrity guests from the world of music and theatre in a variety of prestigious venues. Overseas tours have been undertaken to Cyprus, Bruges and Jersey with the Dore Male Voice Choir. However, the Wigston Choir is perhaps best known for its Anglo-Welsh Mass Male Voice Choir concerts held at Leicester’s De Montfort Hall, and more recently for the Magic of Male Voice mass choir concerts held at the Temple Speech Room, Rugby School. Together these two series of 13 concerts have raised well over £100,000 for charities.

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Specials Presented in Association with Clive Conway Productions “Wry, funny and trenchant – saluting the end of an era.” - Kate Adie

Martin Bell

War and the Death of News Tuesday 31 October at 7:30pm Tickets: £18.00, Premium Seat: £19.00 His conclusions are first hand and personal. He draws on his memories as a soldier and journalist, his broadcast reports, his notebooks and diaries, and original documents that he extracted from the war zones. He writes of the pity of war and (usually) its futility; of the failures that occur when armed force is chosen by politicians who have had, themselves, no experience of it; of the complex and ever-changing relationship between the media and the military, of the dangerous disregard of the lessons of history, of attempts to establish a system of international justice; of wars of religion and climate change; of truth and falsehood in news reporting; of the hazards of the 24/7 news cycle; of a TV news that, being no longer based on eyewitness accounts, censors the real world violence and peers across frontiers with the help of unverifiable videos. And of a journalism in retreat – the Death of News.

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Specials

“The whole evening was a delight” - Lichfield Live

“A truly spelling performance” - Burnley Express

Wednesday 1 November at 7:30pm Adults: £18.50, Adults Premium Seat: £19.50 Under 16: £14.50, Under 16 Premium Seat: £15.50 A classic fairytale set to Tchaikovsky’s magnificent score, stunning choreography, beautiful costumes all combine to portray the struggle between good and evil. The wicked Carbosse casts a spell on Princess Aurora proclaiming that she will one day prick her finger - and die. The Lilac Fairy changes the spell, and instead, on the fateful day, the Princess and the entire Palace fall into a deep sleep. A century later Prince Florimund revives the Princess with a kiss, the Palace awakes and a parade of fairytale characters attend the wedding. Following the traditional tale of Sleeping Beauty, this ballet is sure to enchant audiences of all ages.

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Specials

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Specials

Saturday 4 November at 7:30pm Tickets: ÂŁ18.00, Premium Seat: ÂŁ19.00 Celebrating 10 years together, Brit-Award-winning vocal trio BLAKE are back with a brand new album and UK tour. The sounds of classical anthems, big musicals and contemporary songs are set to collide once again, along with the boys lush harmony vocals and irreverent banter. The show features atmospheric video projections, dramatic lighting, live choirs in selective venues only and great instrumentalists.

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Studio Specials

Sofie Hagen Dead Baby Frog Sunday 12 November at 7:00pm Tickets: £11.00, Concession: £8.00 Sofie Hagen is unquestionably one of the most talked-about comics of the moment. A modern legend in her native Denmark, she burst onto the British scene by winning Best Newcomer at Edinburgh Festival 2015; her 2016 follow-up, ‘Shimmer Shatter’, was a second total sell-out. She’s spoken to millions as former host of ‘Guilty Feminist’ and current host of ‘Made of Human’ podcasts, and appeared on ‘The One Show’, ‘The Now Show’ and ‘Live From The BBC’. This, her biggest national tour to date, is a brand new show packed with brilliant, offbeat observation, passionate argument, and jokes. Also: one parable.

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Youth Theatre

Youth Theatre We currently have over 50 young people involved in the Junior and Senior Youth Theatres. The new season for the Youth Theatres will start on September 2nd 2017. Two groups will meet every term-time Saturday throughout the academic year until July 2018. Junior Youth Theatre (8 - 12 year olds) will meet every Saturday from 9.00am to 10.30am in the Studio. Junior Youth Theatre will have the opportunity to create and perform two showcases for parents, family and friends in the Studio in December and June to show a cross-section of the different skills they have learned for a performance.

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Senior Youth Theatre (13-18 year olds) will meet every Saturday from 11.00am to 12.30pm in the Studio. This group will put on three performances in the Main House theatre in Spring 2018. A commitment to extra rehearsals as requested in early 2018 for these performances is absolutely necessary. The Senior Youth Theatre presented Treasure Island in 2016 and The Thwarting of Baron Bolligrew in 2017, with a cast of 28 girls and boys.


Join today!

2017-18 We want all the young people to enjoy the experience, respect all members of the group and develop their acting and social skills.

The cost is £65 per term. Enquiries to Philip Royley, Theatre Manager, on 0116 254 2266.

These skills will include:- voice projection, physical theatre and movement, mime, acting as a character, small and large group improvisations, showing different emotions onstage, developing self-confidence and having the ability to rehearse, create and perform pieces of drama in a positive environment.

We look forward to seeing you in September. Paul Phillips – Director, Youth Theatre Vicky Tye – Assistant Director, Youth Theatre

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The Theatre / Booking The Little Theatre

Reservations

The Little Theatre, Dover Street, Leicester LE1 6PW

Group Bookings for LDS Main House production excluding Dick Whittington

Founded in 1922, is owned by Leicester Drama Society Ltd. (LDS) Registered charity No. 214249. Company register No.268828.

Theatre Manager & Premises Supervisor: Philip Royley Patrons: Richard Cadell and Sooty; Sir Anthony Hopkins CBE

Booking

In person, telephone or on line, Credit / Debit card. No charge if “print at home option” is used.

Reservations must be paid for within 48 hours of booking or tickets will be offered for resale.

10% discount on 10 or more tickets for a single performance. 5% discount for 5 to 9 tickets for a single performance applicable when booked and paid for in a single transaction.

LDS Party Bookings for Dick Whittington

11 tickets for price of 10 (when booked 2 months in advance). Non returnable 10% booking fee, with balance to be paid 4 weeks before performance. No refunds available.

Box Office Opening Hours Mon to Fri: 10.00am to 7.30pm Sat: 10.00am to 12 noon (2.30pm matinee days).

Refunds

Closed Bank Holidays July: Mon to Fri: 10.00am to 5.00pm.

Ticket Exchanges

Box Office Contact Details Bookings: 0116 255 1302 Email: admin@lds-mail.net www.thelittletheatre.net

Gift Vouchers

May be bought at the Box Office.

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No refunds available.

£1 charge for each ticket exchanged. Ticket exchanges can be made only for the same production. Tickets booked online cannot be exchanged.

Premium Seats – Row L

Due to the high demand for seats in Row L we have made all of these seats full price (£16) with no concessions at any performance, for LDS Main House Plays. The Multi-Buy and Group Discount arrangements however do apply to seats in Row L.


Seating Plan / Access STAGE STAGE EXIT

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Access

A lift between the ground floor and the auditorium may be used by wheelchair users and persons with impaired mobility. Rows A-D can be reached without steps. Rows E and higher are tiered. Positions for wheelchairs are shown on the seating plan (row D coloured purple) with provision for escorts’ seats (D4 and E1 coloured blue). Seats C1-3 are removed for access.

Seats removed for access

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Premium seating

Wheelchair patrons are asked to be in the foyer half an hour before the performance begins to ensure that Front of House staff are available to assist. Toilet facilities for disabled patrons are available on both levels of the theatre. If booking on the day of the performance, wheelchair patrons are asked to do so before midday. Concessionary ticket prices apply to wheelchair users and one escort.

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Ticket Prices LDS Productions

Concessions

Main House: Rows A to K and M to R Mon – Thur and Sat matinée: £15.00 (£13.50 concessions: student, jobseeker, disabled (and their escort), over 60s and under 16). Fri and Sat Evening: £15.00 (No concessions except for disabled patrons) Main House: Row L All performances £16.00 (No concessions).

Applies to students, jobseekers, disabled people, over 60s and under 16s. Proof of status may be requested.

Haywood Studio Plays

Theatre-Goers Up To Age 25

Unreserved seats at £8.00 (No concessions).

Special Events and Visiting Companies

Please see individual event advertisements.

£%

Are available on request.

Up to 30 tickets are reserved at £5.00 for sale on the day of performance for those under 25 years. Please ask. (Not applicable to Pantomime and Studio performances).

LDS Multi-Buy Discounts

We have replaced our very successful 6 for 5 deal with a variety of offers that give you more flexibility.

15% OFF If you purchase tickets for all 6 LDS Main House plays in the brochure then you will receive a 15% discount on ticket price.

10% OFF If you purchase tickets for 4 or 5 of the LDS Main House plays in the brochure then you will receive a 10% discount on ticket price.

5% OFF If you purchase tickets for 3 of the LDS Main House plays in the brochure then you will receive a 5% discount on ticket price. 22

Schools Concessions

The £% symbol shows you the shows eligible for this offer. The tickets must all be booked and paid for at the same time for this offer to be valid. Please Note: The Pantomime is not included in this deal. Multiple tickets for the same performance: We are extending our Group Booking offer. For any LDS Main House Play, if you book 10 or more tickets for the same performance then you will receive a 10% discount. If you book between 5 and 9 tickets for the same performance then you will receive a 5% discount. Please Note: The Pantomime is not included in this deal there are separate Group Booking arrangements in place.


Access and Facilities Facilities

An Infra Red Amplification System is installed throughout the house. Headsets can be borrowed from Front of House staff.

Visually Impaired

CDs, describing the set and costumes and including extracts from the programme, are available for visually impaired patrons. Touch tours of the stage and costumes are offered before the Saturday matinĂŠe. Please notify the Box Office on booking, at least a day in advance. For a CD copy of this brochure please phone 0116 254 2266.

Haywood Studio Theatre

Is an equipped theatre space, it seats up to 50. It is the home of the Youth Theatre, small scale productions and other Workshop activities, and is sometimes used as rehearsal space for studio shows.

Venue Hire

The theatre spaces are available for Venue Hire. Please ring Theatre Manager on 0116 254 2266.

The Bar Lounge

Our fully licensed Lounge Bar is open Mon to Sat 6.00pm to 11.00pm; on matinĂŠe days, 2.00pm to 11.00pm. Interval drinks may be ordered before curtain up.

The Little Gallery

The lounge bar houses The Little Gallery, encouraging local fine artists and photographers to display their talents. Contact: Tim Hogarth-Jones: hogarthjones@btinternet.com

Costume Hire

Available by appointment only. We offer for hire a wide range of period costumes, many of which have been used in productions at the Little Theatre. Excellent quality garments and a friendly personal service cater for all your needs, from complete theatrical productions to individual hire. Opening Hours: Tues and Fri: 11.30am to 3.00pm Wed and Thur: 3.30pm to 6.30pm Tel: 0116 254 0472 Email: costumehire@lds-mail.net Address: 50/52 Albion Street, Leicester, LE1 6LB www.thelittletheatre.net/hires/ costume-hire Facebook: Little Theatre Costume Hire Leicester

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Diary August

Wigston Male Voice Choir

Yours Faithfully, Edna Welthorpe (Mrs)

Specials Sun 29, 7.30pm

Specials Wed 9, 7.00pm

Martin Bell November

Leicester Theatre Group

Les Miserables

School Edition Visiting Company Tue 19 – Sat 23, 7.30pm (Sat Matinée 2.30pm)

October £%

Specials Wed 1, 7.30pm

January 2018

Lance Ellington

Dick Whittington

Specials Thurs 2, 7.30pm

LDS Production Wed 3 – Fri 5, 7.00pm Sat 6, 2.30 / 7.00pm Sun 7, 1.00 / 5.30pm

Blake

Specials Sat 4, 7.30pm

Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense

£%

LDS Production Mon 13 – Sat 18, 7.30pm (Sat Matinée 2.30pm)

I.D.O.L.S. Visiting Company Mon 9 – Sat 14, 7.30pm (Sat Matinée 2.30pm) £%

LDS Production Mon 23 – Sat 28, 7.30pm (Sat Matinée 2.30pm)

£%

LDS Production Mon 22 – Sat 27, 7.30pm (Sat Matinée 2.30pm)

Haywood Studio Studio Specials Sun 12, 7.00pm

The Happiest Days Of Your Life

Annie

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Sleeping Beauty

Sofie Hagen: Dead Baby Frog

LDS Production Mon 2 – Sat 7, 7.30pm (Sat Matinée 2.30pm)

Playhouse Creatures

LDS Production Fri 15, 7.00pm Sat 16, 2.30 / 7.00pm Sun 17, 1.00 / 5.30pm Wed 20 – Fri 22, 7.00pm Sat 23, 2.30 / 7.00pm Wed 27 – Fri 29, 7.00pm Sat 30, 2.30 / 7.00pm Sun 31, 1.00pm

£%

LDS Production Mon 11 – Sat 16, 7.30pm (Sat Matinée 2.30pm)

Confusions

Dick Whittington

Specials Tue 31, 7.30pm

September Arsenic and Old Lace

December

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Knighton Park Amateur Operatic Society Visiting Company Tue 21 – Sat 25, 7.30pm (Sat Matinée 2.30pm) Box Office - 0116 255 1302

February The Decorator

LDS Production Mon 5 – Sat 10, 7.30pm (Sat Matinée 2.30pm)

£%


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Wyggestons, 160 Hinckley Road, Leicester

Telephone: 0116 255 9174 enquiries@wyggestons.org.uk www.wyggestonshospital.org.uk

Registered Charity Number 216873

5 acres of landscaped grounds

Thinking about Sheltered Accommodation or Residential Care but you don’t want to lose your independence? Wyggestons can provide the level of personalised support you need whilst retaining a genuine sense of

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Parking Convenient 24 hour parking available opposite the theatre in Dover Street. NCP multi storey in East Street. Also some street parking. Keep In Touch To be placed on our mailing list please contact the theatre on 0116 254 2266 or to join our email list, visit our website (www.thelittletheatre.net) and submit your details using either the pop-up E-mailing list invitation or the Keep In Touch icon at the top of the page. The Little Theatre, Dover Street, Leicester, LE1 6PW Administration: 0116 254 2266 admin@lds-mail.net meandhimdesign.co.uk

Twitter www.twitter.com/thelittleleics Facebook www.facebook.com/thelittletheatreleicester YouTube www.youtube.com/LittleTheatre1 Box Office 0116 255 1302 www.thelittletheatre.net The Little Theatre is owned by Leicester Drama Society Limited. Registered in England Company No.268828. Registered Charity No.214249. Member of the Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain.

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