2018 – 2019 SEASON

CLIFFHANGER by James Yaffe

September 15 – October 6 / Sunday Matinees September 23rd & 30th

In this humorous 1980’s thriller, a mild mannered philosophy professor hits a colleague with the best of Socrates. This sets off a series of exciting twists as he and his wife try to hide the murder from the college police. Complications arise from a spying undergrad, who just wants a better grade!

BUSYBODY by Jack Popplewell

October 27 – November 17 Sunday Matinees November 4th & 11th

This busybody is a chatterbox too and thinks herself a sleuth to boot. When office cleaner Lily Piper’s work is interrupted by her discovery of a body, she’s determined to solve the murder, even when the body disappears. The wise-cracking Mrs. Piper drives her ex-beau, the police superintendent absolutely crazy in the process.

MURDER ON RESERVE by Thomas Hischak

January 19 – February 9 / Sunday Matinees January 27th & February 3rd

In small town Illinois things are a little too quiet, even for the Reference Section of the public library. A body is discovered and big city cops are called in. As well as investigating a motley crew of oddball suspects, they need to find a good cup of coffee.

UP AND COMING by Eric Chappell

February 16 – March 9 / Sunday Matinees February 24th & March 3rd

In this zany farce, potential Prime Ministerial candidate, Philip Conway is not having a good night. While at a political conference at a Brighton hotel, he is on the verge of a full-blown sex scandal!  As if a partially clad actress in his hotel room isn’t problem enough, he is plagued by inquisitive political rivals at every turn. Meanwhile the lobby is full of press, the streets are full of protesting students, and there are rumours of an assassination plot!

Jane Austen’s PERSUASION Adapted by Tim Luscombe

March 30 – April 20 / Sunday Matinees April 7th & 14th

An adaptation of Jane Austen’s last novel, Persuasion features her most mature heroine, Anne Elliot. Anne gets a second chance at love with Navy Captain Frederick Wentworth when her family rent out their home to Captain Wentworth’s sister and her husband. Eight years after Anne was persuaded to end their engagement, they must navigate the complexities of their feelings and changing social positions.

TBA – a comedy

May 4 – May 25 / Sunday Matinees May 12th & 19th

Director Catherine Morrison

Metro’s Traditional Christmas Pantomime

KING ARTHUR’S COURT

December 14 – January 5

Something Familiar… Something Peculiar… Something For Everyone… A Pantomime Tonight

Metro’s Panto returns for its 34th consecutive run.

Join Arthur in a whimsical tale as he grows from a boy to a king. His interactions with Merlin and Guinevere, as well as his Knights of the Round Table, keep this energetic musical moving faster than you can say “Lancelot”.

Come join the fun, laughter and merriment with all your favourite characters. Bring the whole family to this annual Metro tradition.

Tickets go on sale October 15th.