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The Watermill Theatre

CELEBRATING 50 YEARS

Autumn/Winter Season 2017

The Watermill Theatre & Restaurant Bagnor, Newbury, Berkshire RG20 8AE Administration 01635 45834 Facsimile 01635 523726 Email admin@watermill.org.uk

watermill.org.uk BOX OFFICE 01635 46044 Š The Watermill Theatre, 2017. All details in this brochure were correct at the time of going to press. The Watermill Theatre Ltd. reserves the right to make alterations where necessary.


Welcome to The Watermill We return to Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood, a piece staged here at The Watermill in our first year of professional productions, fifty years ago. Our Young Company will present a production of Thornton Wilder’s Our Town, another reflection of smalltown life. The Christmas show will be Mary Norton’s popular adventure tale for all the family, The Borrowers.

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We also have some very special one-off events taking place in our anniversary year. David Gollins returns to the venue he built to share his memories. George Stiles and Anthony Drewe also return to talk about their time at the theatre having gone on to become two of the most successful writers of musical theatre. Living Spit will present their uproarious version of the Nativity and we continue our popular Sunday music sessions with 50’s rock’n’roll group The Bluejays. For younger audiences Moon on a Stick present Little Red Riding Hood with puppets. We also have a very special one-off return of Helen Watson’s legendary Seasonal Sauce - a music hall extravaganza.

Welcome to Part Two of our season celebrating fifty years of great theatre here at The Watermill. I am delighted to introduce a range of work which celebrates some of the theatre’s notable achievements as well as looking to the future.

Don’t miss your last chance to catch Twelfth Night and Romeo + Juliet as they return to The Watermill for one final week in July as part of their international tour. Our hit productions of Crazy For You and The Wipers Times will also tour the UK this autumn.

Our summer musical will reaffirm our collaboration with Stephen Sondheim as we present the first ever actor-musician version of his sumptuous masterpiece A Little Night Music. This is followed by a new take on Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray adapted by Phoebe Eclair-Powell. We then present a major fiftieth anniversary revival of Joe Orton’s black comedy Loot.

We look forward to welcoming you to the theatre as we continue to celebrate this very special anniversary year. Paul Hart Artistic and Executive Director

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Contents Thursday 27 July to Saturday 16 September A Little Night Music

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Monday 18 to Saturday 23 September The Picture of Dorian Gray

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Thursday 28 September to Saturday 21 October Loot

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Wednesday 25 October to Saturday 4 November

Under Milk Wood

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Wednesday 8 November to Saturday 11 November Watermill Young Company Our Town

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Thursday 16 November to Sunday 31 December

The Borrowers

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More at The Watermill Backstage Tours Restaurant and Bar Take Part Accessible Theatre Watermill Elsewhere Watermill Friends Support Your Theatre Your Visit How to Book How to Pay How to Find Us Performance Diary

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Thursday 27 July to Saturday 16 September

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Book by Hugh Wheeler Original orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick Suggested by a Film by Ingmar Bergman Originally Produced and Directed on Broadway by Harold Prince Performed by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe) Limited

Oozing with sophistication and wit, Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s A Little Night Music is a passionate story of intertwined love affairs, regret and longing centred on elegant actress Desirée Armfeldt, and her family and flirtations.

Directed by Paul Foster Musical supervisor and arrangements by Sarah Travis Designed by David Woodhead Choreography by Matt Flint Lighting by Howard Hudson Sound by Tom Marshall

When Desirée performs in the town of her former lover, old passions rekindle and during a weekend in the country, the entangled romances of four couples are laid bare. With the magic of music on a summer’s night, love’s joys and complications play out in three quarter time.

Interpreted Performance Saturday 9 September at 1pm.

Saturday 9 September at 2.30pm.

Tickets Monday evenings and Thursday matinées: £20 and £18. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday evenings and Saturday matinées: £29, £27, £20. Friday and Saturday evenings: £31, £29, £22.

Filled with beautiful iconic numbers including Send in the Clowns and A Weekend in the Country, this romantic musical will be performed by actormusicians for the first time. Following the outstanding success of past productions, including the Tony award-winning Sweeney Todd which transferred to the West End and Broadway, The Watermill returns to Sondheim with director Paul Foster (Tell Me On A Sunday and Laurel and Hardy) and award-winning musical supervisor Sarah Travis (Sweeney Todd, Mack and Mabel and Pinafore Swing). 4

First Week Special On the first Thursday and Friday seats are £20 and £18 (no other discounts apply). See pages 37-39 for Performance Diary. watermill.org.uk BOX OFFICE 01635 46044 5


Monday 18 September to Saturday 23 September

THE PICTURE OF

Dorian Gray

Thursday 28 September to Saturday 21 October

By Oscar Wilde Adapted by Phoebe Eclair-Powell Directed by Owen Horsley When offered the chance of ageless beauty, Dorian jumps at the chance to lead a daring and unscrupulous double life in order to remain youthful. If given the same opportunity would we yield to the same temptation? In a world where beauty and appearance is at the forefront of everyday life, Dorian Gray paints a vivid picture of vanity, cruelty and corrupted innocence. Following the success of last year’s Frankenstein which transferred to Wilton’s Music Hall, comes another stripped back retelling of a classic story. An all-female cast bring Wilde’s gothic masterpiece to theatrical life in this fast-paced 75 minute production directed by Owen Horsley, whose credits include Salomé for the RSC and Associate Director of Cheek by Jowl. The Picture of Dorian Gray will be touring to schools 25 September to 14 October. For information call 01635 570927. The Sackler Trust Principal Supporter of The Watermill Schools Touring Programme. Tickets Monday to Saturday evenings: £12.50 and £12, £10 tickets for 16 - 25s. Wednesday and Thursday matinées: £8 and £7.50. See pages 37-39 for Performance Diary. watermill.org.uk BOX OFFICE 01635 46044

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Uproarious slapstick meets dubious morals as two young friends stash the proceeds of a bank robbery in an occupied coffin, attempting to hide their spoils from the attentions of a psychopathic policeman, a gold-digging nurse and a grieving widower.

Directed by Michael Fentiman Presented by Tom O’Connell, James Seabright (producers of sell-out hit The Boys in the Band) and The Watermill Theatre in association with King’s Head Theatre and Park Theatre.

‘Loot spirals inventively into the higher reaches of preposterousness, false reasoning and sheer lunacy. A delectable amusement.’

A darkly comic masterpiece, Joe Orton’s classic farce Loot shocked and delighted audiences in equal measure when the play premiered five decades ago, winning the Evening Standard Best Play award.

Evening Standard

Tickets Monday evenings, Wednesday and Saturday matinées: £15.50 and £15. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings: £24, £22, £15. Friday and Saturday evenings: £26.50, £24.50, £16.50.

This fiftieth anniversary co-production starts at Park Theatre, London before its run at The Watermill and is directed by Michael Fentiman, whose credits include acclaimed productions of Titus Andronicus and The Taming of The Shrew for the Royal Shakespeare Company.

First Week Special On the first Thursday and Friday seats are £15.50 and £15 (no other discounts apply).

Please note, for this production the week day matinées are on Wednesdays.

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Wednesday 25 October to Saturday 4 November

Wednesday 8 November to Saturday 11 November The Watermill Young Company presents

Our Town By Thornton Wilder Directed by Seamus Allen Designed by Anna Kelsey Image by Denise Di Battista www.artofwales.com

Under Milk Wood A play for voices by Dylan Thomas

Directed by Brendan O’Hea

‘It is spring, moonless night in the small town, starless and bible-black, the cobbled streets silent…’

world of comedy characters in a lively, bawdy vignette of small-town life. One of the first professional productions at The Watermill, we return to this extraordinary classic in our fiftieth anniversary year.

Welcome to Llareggub. Home to blind Captain Cat who dreams of drowned sailors and lost love, Mog Edwards the draper secretly in love with sweet-shop owner Myfanwy Price, Mr Organ Morgan, musical enthusiast, and the reason his long suffering wife dreams of blissful silence, Polly Garter with her many babies and Reverend Eli Jenkins who watches over his flock.

Tickets Monday evening, Thursday and Saturday matinées: £15.50 and £15. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings: £24, £22, £15. Friday and Saturday evenings: £26.50, £24.50, £16.50.

In his comic masterpiece, Dylan Thomas introduces us to new friends and invites us, for one day, to experience their everyday lives, thoughts and secret dreams. A combination of sound and voices will transport us to an enchanting

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“We all know that something is eternal. And it ain’t houses and it ain’t names, and it ain’t earth, and it ain’t even the stars ... everybody knows in their bones that something is eternal, and that something has to do with human beings. All the greatest people ever lived have been telling us that for five thousand years and yet you’d be surprised how people are always losing hold of it. There’s something way down deep that’s eternal about every human being.” Thornton Wilder, Our Town’ The Young Company present Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer prize winning play Our Town, a story about celebrating the glories of everyday existence.

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Thursday 16 November to Sunday 31 December

By Mary Norton

Directed by Paul Hart Designed by Toots Butcher Lighting by George Seal Sound by David Gregory Music composed by Tarek Merchant Movement by Tom Jackson Greaves

Adapted for the stage by Theresa Heskins

Interpreted Performances

Quick, clever and only four inches tall, The Borrowers live happily under the floorboards of a huge house. Bold young Arietty dreams of exploring the big blueskied world above their cosy home. But when she finally does, she’s spotted by a frightening ‘human bean’ and The Borrowers are thrown into peril. Will the tiny family escape before it’s too late? And are they ready for their greatest adventure yet?

Saturday 2 December at 1pm.

Saturday 2 December at 2.30pm.

Wednesday 13 and Saturday 16 December at 2.30pm. Integrated performance, see page 26 for details.

Relaxed Performance Saturday 9 December at 2.30pm. There are specially allocated seats available for these performances. Please call the Box Office on 01635 46044 or email boxoffice@watermill.org.uk to book.

A big-hearted adventure story full of magical live music, join us for an actionpacked Christmas treat!

The Borrowers Christmas Tea Perfect for hungry adventurers. Find out more on page 21. Tickets From Thursday 16 November to Thursday 14 December: £21, £16, £11.

Suitable for children aged 4 upwards and their larger ‘human beans’.

From Saturday 16 December to Sunday 31 December: £23, £17, £12.

We regret that we are unable to admit children under 3 or babes in arms into the auditorium except for the Relaxed Performance.

Schools’ tickets are £8.50. Please call the box office to book on 01635 46044. Discounts are not available on Saturday or Sunday or after Thursday 14 December. See pages 37-39 for Performance Diary. watermill.org.uk BOX OFFICE 01635 46044

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Tuesday 18 to Saturday 22 July in repertoire Last chance to see…

As part of their 2017 UK and international tour, these two productions return to The Watermill for one week only. ‘This is Shakespeare as you have never seen it before’ Henley Standard

‘A fresh and richly coloured take on a timeless tale’ HHHH The Stage

Sunday 26 November at 3pm

‘…the audience is begging the brass to ‘play on’ long after the last curtain call.’ HHHH Whatsonstage

‘Paul Hart creates an edgy approach to the play…’ HHHH WhatsonStage

Sunday Sessions

Interpreted Performance

‘Fun and energetic’ HHHH Reviews Hub

The Bluejays

‘This highly talented company… is directed with panache by Paul Hart who creates many magical and inventive theatrical moments’ HHHH British Theatre Guide

Saturday 22 July at 2.30pm Integrated performance, see page 26 for details.

Tickets for each production Thursday and Saturday matinées: £15.50 and £15. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings: £24, £22, £15. Friday and Saturday evenings: £26.50, £24.50, £16.50.

For tour dates visit watermill.org.uk

Under 25s, School and Youth Group discounts available - see page 34.

UK Tour Sponsor

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‘A wonderful band’

Join The Bluejays for a night of the best live 50’s rock’n’roll music this side of the Atlantic. Winners of the National Vintage Award for Best Entertainment and top international touring band, The Bluejays, have performed to thousands of people around the world. Prior to forming The Bluejays, the band’s members have individually fronted hit West End shows including Million Dollar Quartet, The Buddy Holly Story and Dreamboats and Petticoats. In Bagnor for one afternoon only, put on your blue suede shoes and let The Bluejays transport you back to rocking and rolling, 1950’s style.

Brian May, Musician

‘The Bluejays had the room jiving their fluorescent socks off!’ Howard Goodall, Composer

‘Totally authentic… fantastic musicians… a compelling show which had everyone on their feet!’ Northern Aldborough Festival Tickets £16 and £15.50 watermill.org.uk BOX OFFICE 01635 46044 13


Sunday 8 October at 2.30pm

Friday 13 October at 2pm

Celebrating 50 years of The Watermill Theatre An afternoon with

Celebrating 50 years of The Watermill Theatre In conversation with

Watermill on shows such as Warts and All and their first professionally produced musical Just So, they have developed an international reputation working with people including Sir Richard Eyre, Julian Fellowes, Julia McKenzie and Steven Spielberg.

From Bagnor Docks to Watermill Theatre, 1963 to 1975

George Stiles and Anthony Drewe Celebrated writing duo Stiles and Drewe are one of Britain’s most successful musical theatre partnerships. Their multiaward winning musical Honk! originally commissioned for The Watermill, has been seen around the world by over 6 million people in over 8000 productions. Together they have composed the songs for numerous hit musicals including the West End and Broadway production of Mary Poppins, Cameron Mackintosh’s new version of Half a Sixpence, Travels with My Aunt at Chichester Festival Theatre, Betty Blue Eyes and The Wind in the Willows, which transfers to the London Palladium later this year.

Join us for a lively afternoon of music and laughter with two legends of the musical theatre world as they reflect on their lives and achievements as well as performing some of their favourite songs with a special guest performer. Tickets £21 and £19.50

David Gollins

David Gollins returns to The Watermill Theatre to make a ‘sentimental journey’ back in time over fifty years. An engaging raconteur, David will detail how and why he personally converted an abandoned mill into a theatre. Exploring its various stages of development, the friends and enemies met along the way, he will detail the triumphs and disasters, but above all, salute the old building that is now part of England’s national theatre heritage.

Tickets £8.50 and £7.50

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Sunday 10 September at 2.30pm

Thursday 7 December at 7.30pm

A Celebratory Seasonal Sauce

Living Spit presents

Praise for Seasonal Sauce 2013

After 26 successful years bringing music, merriment and mayhem to The Watermill, Miss Helen Watson and a selection of ‘Saucers’ will be back for one show only!

‘Delightful, whimsical piece of unashamedly daft nostalgia.’ HHHH The Public Reviews

Together they’ll turn back the clock to the great days of music hall, variety and musical theatre, bringing songs, sketches and sauce in abundance to raise the roof for a night of entertainment and comical capers. Audience participation is encouraged, so loosen your larynx and join in the fun with some familiar faces from Helen’s past shows as well as artistes from West End theatre and television. Dress for the occasion if you so wish, for an afternoon of nonsense - naughty but nice!

‘A show which has the audience smiling from start to finish.’ The Stage

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Nativity ‘Away in a manger, no crib for a bed…’ Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh. A donkey, a camel and a new born lamb. A tiny baby, swaddled in clothes lying in a makeshift bed in a dilapidated farmyard outbuilding. But enough about what Stu’s bought Howard for Christmas.

With the usual mix of silly songs, pitiful puppetry and more Biblical befuddlement than you can shake a figgy pudding at, two men take on all the roles to present a version of the Nativity as you’ve never seen it before!

Following their hit show Six Wives of Henry VIII in 2013 and their triumphant take on Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, Howard Coggins and Stu Mcloughlin return to tackle another great Christmas story. Yes, that’s right folks, Living Spit are doing the NATIVITY!

Age 14+ Not for the faint-hearted. Tickets £16 and £15.50 watermill.org.uk BOX OFFICE 01635 46044 17


Children’s Theatre

Wednesday 25 October 10am-11.30am or 11.30am-1pm

Saturday 28 October at 11am Moon On A Stick presents

The Borrowers Family Fun Day

Little Red Riding Hood

A morning of activities for families celebrating our Christmas show. Hunt for characters from The Borrowers around the garden and claim your treasure when you’ve discovered their hiding places.

This much-loved story is reinvented as a playful pantomime for little ones. Combining enchanting puppetry and absorbing storytelling in a gentle, imaginative show designed especially for our young audience members. There’s plenty of live music, dance and audience interaction to delight the whole family. Get involved with the story and help Little Red find her way through the forest.

Listen to themed stories, take part in arts activities and dress up in a wonderful array of costumes from past Watermill productions. Ideal for children up to 10 years.

This show will have you singing and laughing along and most importantly, helping Little Red on her adventure through the forest. Packed full of silliness, a sassy heroine and a very hairy wolf, this storytelling session is perfect for children aged 3+.

Tickets children £5, adults £1

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Backstage Tours

Wednesday 26 to Sunday 30 July at 7.30pm

If you’re interested in what goes on behind the scenes at The Watermill, you might like to combine your visit to see a matinée performance with a backstage tour followed by lunch. You’ll get to meet the staff, see where the actors rehearse and visit the old and new buildings that make up The Watermill.

The Boxford Masques 2017 at Welford Park

Saturday matinée at 2.30pm

All At Sea! By Geraldine McCaughrean Directed by Ade Morris

A Little Night Music Thurday 31 August, 12.30pm Price £38

It’s 1925, the age of jazz, emancipation, new horizons, but when certain residents of West Berkshire set off on a cruise on board the SS Welford, little do they know what the oceans will reveal about their own world... Join The Boxford Masques for another all singing, all dancing spectacular theatre show full of comic characters to share the perfect summer evening with. So all aboard, bring a picnic, and relax on the decks as Welford Park is turned into an ocean liner - and the voyage begins!

Under Milk Wood Thursday 2 November, 12.30pm Price £33.50 The price includes a tour, one course meal with coffee and a ticket for that day’s matinée performance. Booking is open to individuals and groups. Tours for school groups may be arranged on request through The Watermill Outreach Department on 01635 570927 or email outreach@watermill.org.uk

Tickets £9 - £12 (£11 - £14 on the door). Concessions £6 - £9. Children under 11 FREE.

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The Borrowers Christmas Tea For hungry adventurers with rumbling tummies, complete your visit with a tasty themed tea after the show. Available after all matinée performances during The Borrowers for £6.50. Please book your tea when buying your tickets.

Children’s Menu Available at lunch time on matinée days and before the show in the evenings, our children’s menu offers a selection of three main courses, followed by ice cream. You can see the menu on our website watermill.org.uk/childrens_menu. Please reserve your seat in the restaurant when booking tickets for the show.

Restaurant and Bar Before the show

After the show

Choose a mouth-watering selection from our salad bar, available as either a starter or main course. We also serve hot main courses and desserts. Each course is individually priced so you can choose to have one, two or three. The restaurant serves meals from 12.30pm on matinée days and from 5.30pm Monday to Saturday evenings. Our restaurant is very popular so please book in advance online or with the box office.

Sharing platters are also available to pre-order to enjoy after the performance from Monday to Thursday. Please contact the restaurant the day before the performance to place your order, call 01635 570920 or email restaurant@watermill.org.uk

Christmas Meals and Parties The Watermill is a lovely place for you and your friends or colleagues to celebrate the festive season. Our Christmas menu is available to groups of ten or more from 16 November to 31 December. Call 01635 570920 or email restaurant@watermill.org.uk for further information and to book.

Cream teas are available after matinée performances and should be booked and paid for in advance with the box office. Dine after the show on Friday and Saturday evenings. Choose from one, two or three courses from our menu.

In the bar Chips & dips and sharing platters (please pre-order) are available in the bar and Lily Pond Conservatory up to 30 minutes before the show. Olives with breadsticks and balsamic dip can be ordered to accompany your interval drinks.

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Take Part - Young People Education

Stage Combat Workshop

Holiday Courses Play in a Week

Work with a highly trained stage combat director to discover how fights are convincingly created onstage without causing injury!

Monday 7 to Friday 11 August Ages: 8 - 11 years (9am - 12noon) Ages: 12 - 16 years (1pm - 4pm)

Monday 23 October Ages: 8 - 11 years (10am - 12noon) Ages: 12 - 16 years (1pm - 3pm)

Price £95

Price £15

Musical in a Week

Comedy Improvisation Workshop

Create, rehearse and perform a play or musical all in one week!

Our holiday courses are a great way to develop your skills and make new friends. No experience necessary, just plenty of enthusiasm!

Kipling in the Courtyard Discover Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories such as How the Camel Got His Hump and perform in The Watermill gardens. Monday 31 July to Friday 4 August Ages: 4 - 7 (9am - 12noon) Ages: 8 - 11 (1pm - 4pm)

Monday 14 to Friday 18 August Ages: 12 - 16 years (10am - 4pm)

Price £95

Price £155

Musical Theatre Afternoon

Autism Friendly Holiday Course

Learn some of your favourite songs and sequences from hit musicals.

All our holiday courses are autism friendly, but this one will be particularly suitable for young people with autism, their friends and family.

Monday 7 to Friday 11 August Ages: 8 - 11 years (1pm - 4pm) Price £95

Monday 21 to Thursday 24 August Ages: 9 - 16 years (1pm - 4pm) Price £75

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We continue to offer an extensive education programme for schools including: • Workshops on most aspects of theatre • Free education packs to support your visit • Dynamic CPD and INSET for teachers For full details about our schools’ programme, or to download an education brochure, please visit the Take Part pages on our website watermill.org.uk. Alternatively, for more information or an informal chat please call Heidi on 01635 570927.

Unleash your inner comic! This is a chance to learn the techniques used by professionals and explore how to create your very own comedy sketches on the spot.

The Sackler Trust Principal Supporter of The Watermill’s Core Education Programme.

Tuesday 24 October Ages: 8 - 11 years (9am - 12noon) Ages 12 - 16 years (1pm - 4pm) Price £20

Theatre Academy An intense but rewarding day designed for those who are considering a career in the industry. Spend the day brushing up your improvisation and vocal skills as well as having the chance to work on a monologue. Thursday 26 October Ages: 16 - 25 years (10am - 5pm) Price £35

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Take Part - Adults

Take Part - Professionals

Watermill Choirs

Adult Courses

Spend the day with a group of like-minded people learning the songs, and then performing them in the evening in our beautiful tithe barn.

The World of Under Milk Wood

Rehearsals 10am - 6pm. Performance at 7.30pm.

Gain an insight into the creation of Under Milk Wood. Work with a professional director from The Watermill to discover the creative process and then watch the performance.

Saturday 4 November 9am until after the matinée performance

Crescendo Choir For more experienced singers, take your choir skills to the next level with our Crescendo Choir. A knowledge of music is helpful, but not essential.

Places available for 18+ beginners to experienced performers. Price £50 (Top price ticket for the matinée performance and a light lunch included). Please book before 8 September to guarantee your theatre ticket.

Sunday 24 September Sounds of Sondheim Booking opens: Tuesday 8 August Sing songs by the writer of our Summer Musical, A Little Night Music and Sweeney Todd.

Fourth Wall For adults with learning disabilities to support their visit. Please visit www.watermill.org.uk/fourth_wall or contact Lixi on 01635 570918 for more details.

Scratch Choir No previous experience necessary, just plenty of enthusiasm! Sunday 3 December Rock Around the Christmas Tree Booking opens: Tuesday 26 September Get in the mood for Christmas by singing festive classics such as All I Want For Christmas Is You, Merry Christmas Everyone and I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday.

Raising Voices

Training for Businesses

The Outreach Department continues to support the work of new playwrights. Send your script to us and we will read and respond with constructive criticism and advice as part of our ongoing commitment to nurturing new writing talent. The fee for submissions is £33 per play (to cover reader’s fees).

Our bespoke arts-based training programme is flexible and highly cost effective. We offer dynamic training in communication and presentation skills, as well as unique team building activities. ‘Thank you once again for putting the laughter back into this team.’ Senior Manager and participant

Actors’ Forum

For more information please call Outreach on 01635 570934 or email outreach@watermill.org.uk

We run a regular group for local professional actors to exchange ideas and share skills.

Price £30 for each event.

The Sackler Trust Principal Supporter of The Actors’ Forum.

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Accessible Theatre

Watermill Elsewhere

Please tell us about any special requirements you, or anyone in your party, may have when you book your seats. The Watermill Theatre premises are 90% accessible to wheelchair users and people with mobility difficulties. There is a spiral staircase to our circle seats on the first floor and no lift, so if you need to be seated in the stalls, please let our box office staff know when you book. There are reserved disabled parking spaces near the theatre entrance which should be requested when you book your tickets. We can welcome two people in wheelchairs per performance, subject to availability. Please call the box office to book. We also have our own wheelchair available on request. There is a reduction of ÂŁ2 off each ticket for both a person with disabilities and their companion on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings (excluding The Picture of Dorian Gray) and from 16 November to 14 December for The Borrowers (excludes Saturday and Sunday).

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Infrared Sennheiser hearing assistance system

National & International Tour

For people with impaired hearing, subject to availability. To ensure you are seated in areas where this is effective, please let us know you would like to use the system when booking.

UK Tour Sponsor

British Sign Language, Audio Described, Touch Tours and Relaxed Performances BSL performances will be sign integrated. This means that the sign performer will be on stage translating alongside the actors.

Look out for the symbols displayed on the show information pages.

Audio and large print copies of our brochure are available on request from the box office. Assistance dogs We welcome assistance dogs but please let us know when you book so that we can allocate appropriate seats for you in the auditorium.

National Tour

in association with

Familiarisation Visits If you have not been to the theatre before, we are happy to arrange for you to come and have a look around to get your bearings when it is less busy.

Social story Our visual resource for new visitors with Autistic Spectrum conditions and other learning disabilities can be downloaded from our website: www.watermill.org.uk/access National Tour 26

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Watermill Friends Become a Friend of The Watermill By becoming a Friend of The Watermill Theatre your support goes to the heart of what we do - create exciting and memorable theatre for all to enjoy. The Friends of The Watermill make an impressive financial contribution to the theatre, a registered charity. Last year the Friends generated over £80,000 from donations and organised events which included the Summer and Christmas Fairs, the Friends’ Christmas Party and numerous talks and lunches with speakers who included Clare Balding, Zoe Benyon and Brough Scott. As a Watermill Friend, we offer: • priority booking (wherever possible) • free exchange or resale of tickets (restrictions apply)* • invitations to meet the cast** • invitations to a variety of events including Supper Clubs, Lunchtime Talks, Workshops and much more** • regular Friends’ events information *Individual Friend: two exchanges or resales per year. Joint Friend: three exchanges or resales per year. ** There is an additional cost for these events.

Meet the Cast

The Watermill Christmas Fair

Typically, our Friends make a £30 donation as an individual supporter or £45 as a joint supporter (two people living at the same address).

An opportunity for Friends to meet the cast after the evening performance.

Friday 10 November

To become a Friend, please go online and download a form at watermill.org.uk/the_friends_of_the_watermill or call the Friends’ Secretary on 01635 45834. We look forward to welcoming you.

Thursday 3 August A Little Night Music

Friends Gift Box If you would like to register someone as a Friend of the theatre, we have a gift box which includes information about being a Friend of The Watermill and also includes a special hand-crafted and hand-painted ceramic duck by local ceramics company Roelofs & Rubens. The gift box is £35 for an individual supporter, £50 for joint supporters, also available in celebration gold. Please contact The Friends’ Secretary (details above).

from 9.30am to 2.30pm The annual Watermill Christmas Fair will offer an exciting array of beautiful gift stalls. Enjoy browsing and buying presents to delight your loved ones along with festive decorations to bring that magical sparkle to your home. Be inspired by the unusual and exciting selection and relax with your friends over a light lunch in the bar.

Thursday 5 October Loot

Don’t forget… The Watermill Summer Fair Sunday 4 June from 12 noon to 4pm

Coffee, mulled wine and light lunches will be on sale.

Entertainment, stalls, activities, games, produce, great food, and a duck derby.

Entry £3.50

An extra special Summer Fair, the theme is 1967, celebrating The Watermill’s 50th anniversary year. Come dressed in true 1960s ‘Summer of Love’ style for a chance to win a prize for the best dressed girl and boy!

For both Fairs there is organised free parking. No pre-booking is required and everyone is welcome. Prams are restricted to the bar area only.

Entry Adults £1, 12 years and under FREE.

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Supporting Us - On and Off Stage Actors receive appreciation through applause but few realise just how much our actors are supported on stage. There’s a huge team behind the scenes making sure that what you see on stage is of the highest possible standard. We rely on our experienced creatives - directors and designers - to bring ideas to life and make each performance captivating for you. Our dedicated production, wardrobe and stage management teams ensure that sets are constructed with absolute precision, attention to detail is second to none, props are authentic looking or originally sourced and costumes are meticulously made. Our success not only lies in our artistic programme. We run a very busy outreach department. In a typical day, they can be directing a youth theatre production, showing a work experience student the ropes, delivering drama workshops offsite to schools, facilitating a weekly drama group for older people, running theatre activities for under 5’s and welcoming a group with learning and physical disabilities to take part in a bespoke session. Last year this department of just three, engaged with over 20,000 people locally! Phew!

In our 50th anniversary year, we have ambitious plans to create more spectacular and challenging shows and we want to expand our range of participatory activities to reach more groups in our community - but we need your help. A donation from you will help enormously.

Our sincere thanks go to the following people and organisations:

Here are just a few ways you can support us:

Watermill Sponsors

• Miss W E Lawrence 1973 Charity

• du Pré plc

• Newbury Decorative and Fine Arts Society

• Horsey Lightly Solicitors

• The Patricia Routledge Charitable Trust

• Neal’s Yard Remedies

• PGCT

• become a Benefactor or Circle member • make a regular or one-off donation • leave a gift in your Will • sign up your company to become a sponsor • become a Friend • fundraise for us (please visit www.watermill.org.uk/individual_giving) • name a seat

• Saica Pack

• Peter Cundill Foundation

• Sheepdrove Organic Farm & Eco-Conference Centre

• Sheepdrove Trust

Your support will help our artistic vision become a reality.

• The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation

For further details call the Development Department on 01635 570915.

• The Colefax Charitable Trust

• The Sackler Trust • The Spencer Wills Trust

Trusts and Foundations

• The Stanley Foundation

• Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation

• West Berkshire Council

• The Arbib Foundation • The Arts Council, England

Platinum Benefactors • Mr James Rees

• Cardy Beaver Foundation

• Sir Trevor Chinn CVO and Lady Chinn • Sir Christopher and Lady Gent

• The Donnington Hospital Trust

• Michael and Harriet McCalmont

• The Dyers’ Company Charitable Trust

• The Hon Christopher and Mrs Sharples

• The Edward and Diana Hornby Charitable Trust

• Anonymous

• C E Eliot-Cohen Charitable Settlement

Name A Seat Celebrating Fifty Years Of Great Theatre!

For more details on how you can name a seat, please visit www.watermill.org.uk/name_a_seat or for further information call the Development Department on 01635 570915. 30

• Anonymous

• The Englefield Charitable Trust

• Anonymous

• The AW Gale Charitable Trust

• Anonymous

• Gamlen Charitable Trust • The Garfield Weston Foundation • Greenham Trust

Gold Benefactor

• The Headley Trust

• Anthony Harris

• The Iliffe Family Charitable Trust

• Anonymous

• The Male Family Charitable Trust

• Anonymous

For further information on ways to give to The Watermill please contact Jo Bycroft, Development Director jobycroft@watermill.org.uk or call 01635 570928. 31


Your Visit

How to Book

Ticket Prices

Please tell us about any special requirements you, or anyone in your party, may have when you book your seats.

Performance

Band A

Band B

Band C

A Little Night Music First Thursday and Friday, Monday evenings, Thursday matinées £20 £18 £18

In person Opening Times - 10am to 6.30pm, Monday to Saturday. Bank Holidays: 12 noon until 6pm (6.30pm if there is an evening show). Non-performance days: 10am to 6pm.

Box office 01635 46044

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings and Saturday matinées

£29 (£27)

Friday and Saturday evenings

£31 £29 £22

£27 (£25)

£20

During busy times, you may hear a message. Please leave your name and number and we will call you back as soon as we can.

Book online watermill.org.uk

The Picture of Dorian Gray Monday to Saturday evenings

£12.50

£12.50

£12

Wednesday and Thursday matinées

£8 £8 £7.50

There is no booking fee. We do not currently provide e-tickets but you will receive email confirmation of your booking.

Loot, Under Milk Wood,* Twelfth Night* and Romeo + Juliet* First Thursday and Friday, Monday evenings, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday matinées £15.50 £15.50 £15 £15

The Watermill Young Company £11.50 (£6.50) £11.50 (£6.50) £11 (£6)

The Borrowers From Thursday 16 November to Thursday 14 December From Saturday 16 December to Sunday 31 December

£21 (£19)

£16 (£14)

£23 £17 £12 O22

Concession prices are shown in brackets. There is no booking fee. Only one discount applies. Discounts are not offered retrospectively. Proof of eligibility required. Eligibility criteria on page 34.

A12

A1

£11

*First week special discounts do not apply for Under Milk Wood, Twelfth Night and Romeo + Juliet. Discounts are not available on Saturdays or Sundays or after Thursday 14 December for The Borrowers.

P1 AA BB

CC

STAGE AREA

£26.50 £24.50 £16.50

Our Town

All Performances

BB AA

CIRCLE SLIPS

Friday and Saturday evenings

£22 (£20)

S9 DD

B1

B12

C1

C12

D1

D12

E1

E12

F1

F12

G1

G12

H1

H12

J1

J11

K1

K12

L1

L12

M1

M12

Band A Band B Band C Please note that rows A, AA, B, BB, CC, DD and S are not available for all productions.

P22

Rows O and P are galleried with two posts on either side. These seats offer a side or overhead view of the stage and are priced according to visibility.

N11

N1 R1

CIRCLE SLIPS

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings £24 (£22)

S1 O1

CIRCLE

R6

Parental Guidance - As a general rule, no babies or children under three will be admitted in to the auditorium for any production unless it is a children’s show aimed at very young children. If an age limit is considered appropriate guidelines will be published. 32

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How to Pay

How to Find us

Tickets can be paid for by credit or debit card, or they can be reserved for up to three days while you send a cheque or gift vouchers. We can post your tickets to you for a charge of £1.30 (postage and administration) or you can collect your tickets from the box office up to 30 minutes prior to the performance. Cheques should be made payable to The Watermill Theatre Ltd. Please check your tickets carefully upon receipt to ensure you have the right number, performance date and time.

By car or coach

Concessions

the box office and online and can be used to buy tickets only. We are unable to accept expired vouchers.

Concessions are available for Senior Citizens, Job Seekers, people with disabilities and their companions, Equity members, students in full-time education and under 18s: Tue, Wed and Thu evenings. Excluding The Picture of Dorian Gray. For The Borrowers concessions are available 16 November to 14 December, excluding Sat and Sun. All concessions and discounts are subject to availability. Only one concession applies. Proof of identity required. Concessions are not offered retrospectively.

£10 tickets for 16 to 25s

For performances from Mon to Sat evenings of The Picture of Dorian Gray, Tue to Thu evenings of Loot and Under Milk Wood, Tue to Fri for Twelfth Night and Romeo+Juliet. Book with the box office and collect tickets 30 minutes prior to the performance. Tickets cannot be posted. Proof of status required. Subject to availability.

Student and under 18s standby

Exchanging tickets

From the M4, junction 13 or A34, turn off at the junction signposted Newbury, Hungerford (Donnington, Speen) and take the first exit at the roundabout. If travelling from the south, go straight over the second roundabout. Turn left at The Hare and Hounds public house (brown sign post for The Watermill Theatre), turn left at the end of the road and next right into the village of Bagnor and left at the sign for The Watermill.

By bus Kennections, service 4, runs Monday to Saturday from Newbury bus station to The Hare and Hounds, Station Road, Speen, approximately 20 minutes walk to The Watermill. The last bus leaves Newbury Bus Station at 17.45 and arrives at 17.55. The last bus to central Newbury leaves Station Road at 18.55.

By train An hour from London Paddington to Newbury station. Taxi rank at Newbury station.

Car and bike parking Please be aware that car parking space is limited. Please car-share whenever possible and help reduce the impact on the environment too. There is a bicycle rack alongside the restaurant.

All tickets £5, available from the box office from midday on the day of the show. Proof of status required. Subject to availability.

All tickets are non-refundable. However, we are happy to exchange tickets for another performance of the same production, subject to availability, up to 48 hours before the performance. We charge £2.50 per ticket plus £1.30 postage and administration.

Schools and Youth Groups

For performances from Tue to Fri evenings 10% off top two price bands, applicable to groups of 10 or more. Free teacher’s ticket with every 15 seats booked, excluding all matinées. Thu and Sat matinées all seats are £8. Excluding A Little Night Music, The Borrowers and The Picture of Dorian Gray (see page 32 ticket price table for Dorian Gray prices). Schools’ tickets for The Borrowers are £8.50. Not available on Sat or Sun or after 14 December. No other discounts apply.

Reselling tickets

We will try to resell your tickets (after all other tickets have been sold) and will credit your Watermill account which will be valid for one year. We charge £2.50 per transaction. For ticket exchanges and resales, you must return your original tickets to the box office by return of post. We do not update you on the progress of resales, but please call the box office if you need an update on whether your tickets have sold.

Groups of 10 or more

For performances from Tue to Fri evenings 10% off top two price bands. Book 15 tickets or more and get an additional free party organiser ticket.

Upgrading tickets

Within 48 hours of the show, if you wish to upgrade your tickets, you will need to purchase the new ones and offer your old ones for resale. Original tickets will need to be returned to the box office.

West Berkshire Green Card

10% off top two price bands on Tue, Wed, Thu evenings from 3 to 5 October for Loot. Call the box office on 01635 46044 to buy your tickets.

Gift vouchers

Watermill vouchers can be purchased from 34

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Join our Mailing List You can find out what’s going on at The Watermill by joining our free mailing list. Visit our website and complete the form online, email boxoffice@watermill.org.uk or call 01635 46044. Some events are arranged after the brochure has been published. We announce these in our monthly e-newsletter or by sending an email. If you want to be sure to hear about these events please let us have your email address with permission to contact you.

Keep in touch For behind the scenes news, the latest event information, or to subscribe to our e-newsletter, visit our website watermill.org.uk Read our online blog: watermill.org.uk/blog facebook.com/thewatermilltheatre watermilltheatreoutreach twitter.com/@WatermillTh For the 50th anniversary use #WM50 instagram.com/thewatermilltheatre youtube.com/user/TheWatermillTheatre See production photos on Flickr

Data protection

Recycling

When processing your booking, our box office staff will ask for your name, address, telephone number and email address. This information may be used to keep you informed of forthcoming events, fundraising activities, special offers and social media advertising. If you do not wish your details to be used in any of these ways, please inform the box office when booking. We will not share your information with any other organisations unless you give us permission to do so.

This brochure can be recycled and is wrapped in biodegradable polythene.

Credits Design and print by: Kingsclere Design and Print 01635 299507. Photos and images by: KDP, London Illustrated News, Denise Di Battista, Richard Davenport, Philip Tull and Colin Willoughby.

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Performance Diary JULY Tuesday 18 Wednesday 19 Thursday 20 Thursday 20 Friday 21 Saturday 22 Saturday 22 Thursday 27 Friday 28 Saturday 29 Monday 31

Twelfth Night 7.30pm Romeo + Juliet 7.30pm Romeo + Juliet 2.30pm Twelfth Night 7.30pm Twelfth Night 7.30pm Twelfth Night 2.30pm Romeo + Juliet 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 2.30pm & 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm

August Tuesday 1 Wednesday 2 Thursday 3 Friday 4 Saturday 5 Monday 7 Tuesday 8 Wednesday 9 Thursday 10 Friday 11 Saturday 12 Monday 14 Tuesday 15 Wednesday 16 Thursday 17 Friday 18 Saturday 19 Monday 21 Tuesday 22 Wednesday 23 Thursday 24 Friday 25 Saturday 26 Monday 28 Tuesday 29 Wednesday 30 Thursday 31

A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 2.30pm & 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 2.30pm & 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 2.30pm & 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 2.30pm & 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 2.30pm & 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 2.30pm & 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 2.30pm & 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 2.30pm & 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 2.30pm & 7.30pm

SEPTEMBER Friday 1 Saturday 2 Monday 4 Tuesday 5 Wednesday 6 Thursday 7

A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 2.30pm & 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 7.30pm A Little Night Music 2.30pm & 7.30pm 37


Friday 8 Saturday 9 Sunday 10 Monday 11 Tuesday 12 Wednesday 13 Thursday 14 Friday 15 Saturday 16 Monday 18 Tuesday 19 Wednesday 20 Thursday 21 Friday 22 Saturday 23 Thursday 28 Friday 29 Saturday 30 October Monday 2 Tuesday 3 Wednesday 4 Thursday 5 Friday 6 Saturday 7 Sunday 8 Monday 9 Tuesday 10 Wednesday 11 Thursday 12 Friday 13 Friday 13 Saturday 14 Monday 16 Tuesday 17 Wednesday 18 Thursday 19 Friday 20 Saturday 21 Wednesday 25 Wednesday 25 Thursday 26 Friday 27 Saturday 28 Saturday 28 Monday 30 Tuesday 31 November Wednesday 1 Thursday 2 Friday 3

A Little Night Music 7.30pm Saturday 4 A Little Night Music 2.30pm & 7.30pm Wednesday 8 Seasonal Sauce 2.30pm Thursday 9 A Little Night Music 7.30pm Friday 10 A Little Night Music 7.30pm Friday 10 A Little Night Music 7.30pm Saturday 11 A Little Night Music 2.30pm & 7.30pm Thursday 16 A Little Night Music 7.30pm Friday 17 A Little Night Music 1.30pm & 6.30pm Saturday 18 The Picture of Dorian Gray 7.30pm Monday 20 The Picture of Dorian Gray 7.30pm Tuesday 21 The Picture of Dorian Gray 2.30pm & 7.30pm Wednesday 22 The Picture of Dorian Gray 2.30pm & 7.30pm Thursday 23 The Picture of Dorian Gray 7.30pm Friday 24 The Picture of Dorian Gray 6.30pm Saturday 25 Loot 7.30pm Sunday 26 Loot 7.30pm Monday 27 Loot 2.30pm & 7.30pm Tuesday 28 Wednesday 29 Thursday 30 Loot 7.30pm Loot 7.30pm DECEMBER Loot 2.30pm & 7.30pm Friday 1 Loot 7.30pm Saturday 2 Loot 7.30pm Monday 4 Loot 2.30pm & 7.30pm Tuesday 5 George Stiles and Anthony Drewe 2.30pm Wednesday 6 Loot 7.30pm Thursday 7 Loot 7.30pm Thursday 7 Loot 2.30pm & 7.30pm Friday 8 Loot 7.30pm Saturday 9 David Gollins 2pm Monday 11 Loot 7.30pm Tuesday 12 Loot 2.30pm & 7.30pm Wednesday 13 Loot 7.30pm Thursday 14 Loot 7.30pm Saturday 16 Loot 2.30pm & 7.30pm Sunday 17 Loot 7.30pm Monday 18 Loot 7.30pm Tuesday 19 Loot 1.30pm & 6.30pm Thursday 21 The Borrowers Family Fun Day 10am & 11.30am Friday 22 Under Milk Wood 7.30pm Saturday 23 Under Milk Wood 2.30pm & 7.30pm Sunday 24 Under Milk Wood 7.30pm Tuesday 26 Little Red Riding Hood 11am Wednesday 27 Under Milk Wood 2.30pm & 7.30pm Thursday 28 Under Milk Wood 7.30pm Friday 29 Under Milk Wood 7.30pm Saturday 30 Sunday 31 Under Milk Wood 7.30pm Under Milk Wood 2.30pm & 7.30pm Under Milk Wood 7.30pm 38

Under Milk Wood 1.30pm & 6.30pm Our Town 7.30pm Our Town 7.30pm The Watermill Christmas Fair 9.30am Our Town 7.30pm Our Town 6.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 7pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Bluejays 3pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm

The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm Nativity 7.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 10.30am & 2.30pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Borrowers 1pm & 5pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Borrowers 11.30am & 3.30pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Borrowers 2.30pm & 7pm The Borrowers 1pm & 5pm

Friends Meet the Cast Relaxed Performance

British Sign Language Integrated Audio Described 39

Touch Tour BackStage Tour


The Watermill Theatre & Restaurant Bagnor, Newbury, Berkshire RG20 8AE Administration 01635 45834 Facsimile 01635 523726 Email admin@watermill.org.uk

watermill.org.uk BOX OFFICE 01635 46044 Š The Watermill Theatre, 2017. All details in this brochure were correct at the time of going to press. The Watermill Theatre Ltd. reserves the right to make alterations where necessary.

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