Bookings Open Tomorrow
Tickets go on sale for Repertory's three main productions February 1st.
This year online bookings for our three major productions are going on sale at the same time! This gives patrons and supporters plenty of time to purchase tickets before our productions sell out. Not only that, but Repertory for the first time ever is offering SEASON TICKETS. By purchasing a Season Ticket, you can book for our three main shows at the same time for a reduced price than if you booked all our shows separately.
You'll definitely want a 2023 Season Ticket for this year's programme so click on the link below to book yours 1st February!
We start 2023 with the very popular and final play of the Repertory's Blackadder Trilogy Blackadder, Butler to the Prince by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton once again adapted for the stage and directed by Jason Fraser.
Edmund Blackadder esq. is scraping a living as butler to the stupidest man in England. Heir to the throne of the insane King George III, the Prince Regent of Wales. Vulgar, crazy, staggeringly slow-and-dim-witted, Prince George exhausts the country's money and would surely be dead by now were it not for his dry, angry, bitter, arrogant and cynical butler. Blackadder the ex-aristocrat as you'd expect, is full of self-loathing knowing that he should have a better position than in the service of a lunatic. There are 'cunning plans' and ridiculousness galore as you'd expect from the Blackadder characters created by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton.
Rep. House 29th March - 1st April
For our Winter production we are staging Mum's the Word by Linda A. Carson, Jill Duam, Alison Kelly, Robin Nichol, Barbara Pollard & Deborah Williams and directed by Anya Bowman.
A hysterically funny and deeply touching play, it deals in shocking detail with all the important elements of childrearing; the good, the bad, and the ugly. Touching, vivid tales of giving birth to a premature baby are balanced against comic, ribald stories of diaper soup and sex after children. Six mums suffering from sleep deprivation have some of the most outrageous stories you’ve ever heard – all of them true. It is group therapy like never before.
Rep. House 23rd - 26th August
Our last major production for the year is The Shape of Things by Neil Le Bute and in his directorial debut, Neil McDonald. This production is a drama restricted to 16 years and over as it contains offensive language and content that may offend.
A young student drifts into an ever-changing relationship with an art major while his best friends' engagement crumbles, so unleashing a drama that peels back the skin of two modern-day relationships.
Rep. House 1st - 4th November