Comedy of Tenors

By Ken Ludwig

October 4 to October 19

 Matinees Oct 6 & 13

It’s 1936 in a Paris hotel suite; four tenors, two wives, three girlfriends, and a soccer stadium filled with exuberant fans. What could possibly go wrong? Producer Harry Saunders has to try and keep his star tenor, Tito Morelli and his hot-headed wife, Maria from causing chaos. Prepare for an uproarious ride full of mistaken identities and hijinks of operatic proportions!

Always a Bridesmaid

by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten

January 17 to February 1

Matinees Jan 19 & 26

For more than thirty years four Southern belles have been making “the long walk” to support each other’s various marriages. This includes wearing some of the funniest bridesmaids dresses ever designed. They test the patience of the determined and experienced wedding planner to the max, particularly when one songstress threatens to shatter the good crystal. Her voice has been described as “like a herd of cats fighting over a bagpipe “. This is down-home Southern charm at its funniest.

Charley’s Aunt

by Brandon Thomas

April 3 to April 18

Matinees Apr 5 & 12 

The time – 1882; Two Oxford University students, Jack and Charley, want to have their girlfriends to lunch. Charley’s Aunt is to chaperone, but has to ‘beg off’ at the last minute. Someone must impersonate her. Who better than their friend Lord Fancourt Babberly? ” Babbs” is usually “up for anything “. But this will test even his limits. He is to dress up as Charley’s Aunt from Brazil “where the nuts come from “. One of the most iconic lines in English-speaking theatre from a wonderful classic farce loved the world over for its zaniness.

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 A Bunch of Amateurs

by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman

November 8 to November 23

 Matinees Nov 10  & 17

Keen to boost his flagging career Hollywood action hero Jefferson Steel arrives in England to play King Lear in Stratford; only to find out it’s the wrong Stratford. His co-stars are not Kenneth Branaugh and Judi Dench , but a group of enthusiastic amateurs trying to save their theatre from developers.  A comic clash of two worlds collides – particularly when Jefferson’s estranged teenage daughter arrives. Can he be a better father – can he be a better actor?

The Gazebo

by Alex Coppel

February 21 to March 7

Matinees  Feb 23  & Mar 1

Elliot Nash and his wife Nell seem to have it all; beautiful country home in Long Island, interesting careers in television. Their idyllic life is shattered when Elliot gets blackmail letters regarding his wife’s teen age indiscretion (she tried marijuana once – it’s 1958!) Desperate to help her, he plots to murder the blackmailer. A complication is the New York district attorney is his neighbour and close friend. When Nell buys a beautiful Regency gazebo Elliot decides – what better place to hide a body – under the foundations! This wonderful comic/ thriller was a successful movie starring Debbie Reynolds and Glenn Ford.

Our Annual Traditional Christmas Panto

Alice In Wonderland

Metro’s Pantomime Season returns for it’s 35th consecutive run.
Bring the whole family and join the fun, laughter and merriment with all your favourite characters.
Evening Performances at 7:30 pm
December 13, 19, 20, 27, and January 2 & 3 at 7:30 pm
Matinee Performances at 2:00 pm
December 14, 15, 21, 22, 26, 28, 29, and Jan 1 & 4

Please note: Panto Performances are not included in Season Subscriptions

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