PREVIEWS 5TH-7TH JULY/ RUNS; 7TH JULY to 9TH AUGUST
With music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart, based on the novel by David Garnett. Aspects of Love tells the story of passion, love, life and loss across three generations of a family and their artistic companions, against a background of 1940’s France and Italy.
PREVIEWS 6TH-7TH SEPTEMBER/ RUNS; 8TH to 29TH SEPTEMBER
The Return of the Soldier, by Charles Miller and Tim Sanders, is a musical adaptation of Rebecca West’s remarkable novella written at the end of World War One. This exciting new musical adaptation will bring a compelling story of war to a whole new generation.
PREVIEWS FRIDAY 26TH-27TH OCTOBER/ RUNS; 27TH OCTOBER to 1ST DECEMBER
Set in the 1940s in the fictional town of Hohman, Indiana, the musical follows 9-year-old Ralphie Parker and his quest for the Holy Grail of Christmas gifts—an Official Red Ryder carbine-action 200-shot Range Model air rifle. Rebuffed at every turn, Ralphie plots numerous schemes to achieve his desperate desire for the coveted BB gun…
Come and join our play reading club, on the last Friday of each month and read a variety of plays old and new! Next play reading is on Friday 25th May – play A Taste of Honey led by Artistic Director, Joseph Houston
Thursday 17th May - Sunday 20th May
Come and join in the intrigues and shenanigans going on at the Pontevedrian embassy in Paris. It’s the 1930s and all the glamour hides a lot of dubious but hilarious goings on, all to the background of Franz Lehar’s most memorable music.
Monday 21st to Saturday 26th of May
Hope Theatre Company in association with Hope Mill Theatre present – #BeMoreMartyn: The Boy with the Deirdre Tattoo. This new play celebrates the power of friendship and encourages audiences to live life to the full, to be proud of who you are and to #BeMoreMartyn.
Wednesday 30th of May - Saturday 9th of June
A dirty, sexy suicide comedy from the teams behind ‘A Kidnapping’, ‘Orphans’, ‘Sans Merci’ and ‘Herding Cats’.
Tuesday 19th of June
Guy, a shy and overweight millennial, is failing in the departments of mates, dates and fun – dating apps can be cruel if you don’t look like a model. When he’s ghosted by his Romeo, he tries the latest 10-step self-help plan to get noticed: diets, exercise regimes, new wardrobes… but can he resist the temptation of being someone else when the chance is literally at his fingertips.
Wednesday 20th of June
As a woman in the 1890’s it wasn’t a path she was expected to follow, so how did she overcome derision and social expectations to create what became a national organisation with over 1 million members and the largest of it’s kind in Europe?
Wednesday 20th of June
When a woman discovers a completely unexpected, undreamed of career change through seemingly adverse circumstances, she embarks o a whirlwind romance with everything she shouldn’t. With a marriage descending into a mixture of apathy, rage and enforced dependency and the reality of losing everything in order to gain her freedom, A Dangerous Woman is funny, poignant, touching and disturbing open door to a world into which we all could so easily enter.
Tuesday 12th of June - Saturday 16th of June
Heather and Carla haven’t seen each other since school. Their lives have taken very different paths Carla lives a hand-to-mouth existence while Heather has a high-flying career, husband and a beautiful home. And yet, here they are in a café having tea and making awkward conversation. That is until Heather presents Carla with a bag containing a significant amount of cash and an unexpected proposition…
Tuesday 26th of June - Saturday 30th of June
Shakespeare’s, famous tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, comes to Hope Mill this Summer, with an all-female cast. Compelling in its timelessness, this play will capture audiences with its deeply human story and enduring themes of love, fate and family. Reflecting on the divisions that persist in today’s world, this production will be a fearless retelling of the […]
Friday 29th June at 2pm
Responding to the stimulus of Romeo & Juliet, four writers, with the assistance of female actors, have created 15 – 20 minute short plays. Come and see what they have built over four workshops, in collaboration with the evening production of Romeo & Juliet.
Friday 22nd of June
Following sell-out performances in the UK and Australia, drag sensation Velma Celli makes her stunning Brighton debut with ICONIC – A Brief History of Drag.
With the triple threat of heavenly vocals, theatrical swagger and razor-sharp wit, this drag superstar celebrates the most iconic drag moments of film, stage and popular culture.
14th of August - 23rd of August
A new original musical extravaganza starring Lloyd Daniels ( X-Factor, Joseph National Tour), It’s 1988, 16 year old Henry is struggling with his sexuality and identity. He goes inside his Closet and time travels to 2018 and meets a young boy Ben, living in his bedroom dealing with similar issues.