Coming Next to the Village Theatre

                  

January 2019   



2019 is the 75th Anniversary of the Kirby Muxloe Players.

So why not help us celebrate with our first show of the year


THE WIZARD OF OZ
Tickets are on sale now on our usual box office number......07804 435 235.



Directed by Jill Baker

Now I'm sure you all know the story, but for those three people who do not !!
Dorothy Gale is swept away, in a tornado, from a farm in Kansas to a magical land of Oz and embarks on a quest with her new friends to see the Wizard who can help her return home to Kansas and help her friends as well.


2019 - The Wizard of Oz performnance dates will be

Sunday January 20th..................................Matinee at 2.00pm

Tuesday January 22nd to Friday 25th.......Evenings at 7.30pm

Saturday January 26th...............................Matinee at 2.00pm

Saturday January 26th...............................Evening at 7.30pm



May 2019   


Wednesday May 22nd to Saturday 25th.......Evenings at 7.30pm

Don’t Dress For Dinner
Written by Marc Camoletti
Directed by Alan Heggs
Don’t Dress For Dinner centres around Bernard and Jacqueline, a not-so-happily married couple, both of whom are having extramarital affairs. As Jacqueline prepares to go out of town to visit her mother, Bernard invites his mistress and Robert, his best friend (and also Jacqueline’s lover, unbeknown to Bernard), over for the weekend. He’s even hired a Cordon Bleu chef to cater the evening. Jacqueline discovers Robert is coming to town and cancels her trip, causing Bernard to panic, and when Robert arrives, Bernard asks him to pretend Suzanne is Robert’s mistress. Robert mistakes the chef (Suzette), for Bernard’s mistress (Suzanne), producing a highly complicated dinner of hilarious hijinks, secret trysts and slapstick comedy.



September 2019   


Wednesday September 18th to Saturday 21st.......Evenings at 7.30pm

Dad’s Army
Written by David Croft and Jimmy Perry
Directed by Jim Curtis
The classic BBC TV comedy series of the Home Guard of Walmington-on-Sea who battle daily against the Germans and local ARP Warden Hodges, comes to the Kirby Muxloe stage, complete with all the well-loved characters: "Stupid boy" Pike, "Don't panic, don't panic" Jonesey, "Doomed, we're all doomed!" Fraser, "May I be excused, sir?" Godfrey, and all under the command of the redoutable Captain Mainwaring and his effacing deputy Sergeant Wilson.

“Don’t tell them your name Pike!”