All Upcoming Performances

Performances in March:

There are no further events in March!

Upcoming Performances in April:


Trowbridge Players present:  the Accrington Pals

Wednesday 25th – Saturday 28th April

To mark the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice Trowbridge Players present this moving drama. Set in Accrington during 1914-1916, the “Pals” were the men from the local volunteer battalion who marched off high-spiritedly to the Great War with their experiences in the trenches contrasting with those of the women left behind.

At times funny, at times sad, it paints a moving and powerful picture of the changes in civilian life during wartime.


April 25thWednesday 19:30pm
April 26thThursday 19:30pm
April 27thFriday 19:30pm
April 28thSaturday 19:30pm

Tickets: Adults £10 Concessions £8

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Performances in May:

Soho Theatre and Talawa Theatre Company present: Half Breed

Thursday 3rd May, 7:30pm

Written and performed by Natasha Marshall
Directed by Miranda Cromwell
Designed by Ruby Spencer Pugh
Lighting Design by Amy Mae
Sound Design by Xana

“I am that mixed raced kid, like 50/50, on the fence, luke warm, in-between maybe. Trust me, around here I’m about as black as it goes…”

Jazmin feels different. She doesn’t want to stay in the village. She doesn’t want to have a baby. She doesn’t want to laugh at racist jokes in the local pub. She’s got to get out.

Following its world premiere at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 and a run at London’s Soho Theatre, Soho Theatre and Talawa Theatre Company present Half Breed, Natasha Marshall’s semi-autobiographical dark comedy about finding your voice.

Natasha Marshall trained on Soho Theatre Young Company’s Writer’s Lab and the Talawa First new-writing scheme. Half Breed was shortlisted for the Tony Craze Soho Young Writers Award and the Alfred Fagon Award and was nominated for Best new play in the 2017 UK Theatre Awards.

‘Funny, gripping show packs a punch.’Evening Standard
‘She’s going to be a star.’ Times

‘A little cracker: full of fierce wit.’ - Guardian

‘Heartbreakingly relevant and is undoubtedly one of the most important shows you’ll see this Festival…’ ‘More powerful than words can convey. Shocking, emotional and triumphant.’ Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

‘Vivid characters: split second changes, intelligent analysis delivered with emotional intensity – breathtaking.’ - Observer

‘An impressive performance’ Financial Times
‘Compelling and impressive performance from Natasha Marshall…  slick, clear and…  humorous transitions. The writing is excellent… ’
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Age recommendation: 14+

Running time: 65 minutes

Tickets: Adults £10, Concessions £8

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Performing Arts present: Silver The Musical

Come join Long John Silver and his comrades in this original musical. An evening filled with pirates, treasure and song. Staged by students of Wiltshire College's Performing Arts department. With a script written by Bob and Marie Baker, music by Pete Watson and directed by Jamie Wright


Wednesday16th May1:00pm
Wednesday16th May7:00pm
Thursday17th May 1:00pm
Thursday17th May7:00pm
Friday 18th May1:00pm
Friday 18th May7:00pm

Tickets: Adults £8 Concessions £6

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TAOS Musical Theatre presents:  Oliver

Tuesday, 22nd May – Saturday, 26th May

Oliver! is one of the most beloved British musicals, vividly bringing to life Dickens’ timeless characters such as Fagin, Bill Sykes, Nancy and the Artful Dodger is the ever-popular story of the boy who asked for more.

It features a sensational score full of Lionel Bart’s irresistible songs including Food Glorious Food, Consider Yourself, You’ve Got to Pick-a-Pocket or Two, I’d Do Anything, Oom Pah Pah, As Long As He Needs Me and many more.


May 22ndTuesday7:30pm
May 23rdWednesday7:30pm
May 24thThursday7:30pm
May 25thFriday7:30pm
May 26thSaturday2:30pm
May 26thSaturday7:30pm

Tickets: Adults £14, Seniors £13, Child £12

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