Get ready for the time of your life with
SING-A-LONG-A DIRTY DANCING
The producers of Sing-a-Long-a Sound of Music and Sing-a-Long-a GREASE bring you their latest interactive film. The brand new singalonga screening of the classic film starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey.
It’s the Summer of 1963, it’s college boys versus dancing hunks, it’s one of the best loved movies of all time.
Join Baby and Johnny in a fun-filled screening of the1987 dance classic film where YOU are the stars of the show. Our host, will lead a vocal warm up, show you how to use your free interactive prop bag and have you up dancing …..
Fancy dress not obligatory but highly recommended.
Please note that this film carries a 15 certificate and contains adult content.
This hugely popular cabaret style evening in H's own 'Jazz Club' includes performances by some of our finest jazz musicians led by Steve Titchener with special guests: Simon Bates (Saxophone), Pete Cater (Drums), Andy Crompton (Trombone), Nikki Isles (Piano), Jules Jackson (Bass), Rachel Taylor (Vocals) & Lorraine Temple (Trombone).
A cash bar will be available prior to the show and in the interval.
This intimate show is set in a library full of books that hold more than stories within their pages. It is a tale of the power of books, and the bravery of a young boy called Tomas. Tomas hates reading and school, but his world is turned upside down the day he meets the Unicorn Lady ...
An enchanting and interactive production, I Believe in Unicorns sparks imagination in both young and old. We challenge you not to believe in unicorns after joining Tomas’ spellbinding journey.
Recommended Age: 6+
Book Swap - You are invited to bring along your favourite children's book which will go up on stage as part of the set and then swap it at the end of the show for another book.
The Drama Scholars come together with teachers and adult performers to honour the art of letter writing, through this intimate evening of readings in the library.
The evening will explore letters of various tones, some humorous, many moving but all written with a remarkable personal touch that our scholars will aim to replicate in their performed readings.
Ranging from letters to and from public figures to letters between family members, the evening promises to be a celebration of literary correspondence throughout history.
Tickets include a glass of wine or a soft drink to enjoy whilst experiencing the sharing of the letters, with all proceeds for the evening being donated to ‘Their Future Today’, a charity whom the Drama Department are supporting this year. For more information please visit www.theirfuturetoday.com
Daniel Spargo-Mabbs was a bright, articulate and popular 16 year-old from south London with a great sense of humour and a huge zest for life. He died on 20 January 2014, having taken MDMA (ecstasy) at an illegal rave a couple of days earlier. This wasn’t the kind of thing Dan usually did.
The Daniel Spargo-Mabbs Foundation, a drug and alcohol education charity has been set up by Dan’s parents, Tim and Fiona, in order to try to prevent any harm happening to any other family
I Love You, Mum – I Promise I Won’t Die
This verbatim play, written by award-winning playwright Mark Wheeller, tells Dan’s story, entirely in the words of his family and friends. The audience sees the decisions that led to his death and the consequences of his loss on his friends and his family.
The title comes from the final words Dan said to his mother Fiona before he left home for the last time on 17 January 2014.
The performance (45mins) will be followed by a Q&A session with the playwright Mark Wheeller.
Recommended 14+ (Yr 9 and above)
"No one would have believed in the last years of the nineteenth century that this world was being watched keenly and closely by intelligences greater than man's…”
And fewer would have believed in the first years of the twenty-first century that H. G. Wells’ science fiction classic would be performed live by just four actors with intelligences lesser than average…
The critically-acclaimed Pantaloons invade the stage in this funny yet faithful new adaptation as they use musical instruments, puppetry and, um, enthusiasm to recreate deadly heat-rays, giant fighting-machines, squidgy tentacled Martians and interplanetary warfare on an epic scale.
The chances of success? A million to one…
“Part alternative rock band, part thespian… wholly charming” The Times