Things don't go to plan for the Ancient Gods of Greece when two new stars appear in the sky signalling the arrival of two new gods. With their new rules and powers, that will affect all the gods for the rest of time, the new gods cause quite a stir. Not only that but Hermes, messenger to the gods, starts to fall in love with Kate, a mortal!
March 6th to 9th at 7.30pm - all tickets £8
The author of Inspector Drake and the Perfekt Crime, David Tristram, turns his attention to marital woes to brilliant comic effect.
Mark and Vicky and Eric and Judith all have one thing in common in this adult-themed comedy and a chance meeting could have ended with a pleasant social evening.
However fate intervenes and before long the insults, innuendos, black eyes and china start flying. It turns out that they each had an affair with the opposite partner and once the secret is out there is no putting the genie back in the bottle.
The classic Panto Aladdin is given the Wells Little Theatre treatment, whisking us all away to ancient China where the evil magician Abanazer is trying to get his hands on the Magic Lamp! Can Aladdin and his friends save the day? Can he win the heart of Princess Jasmine in the process of trying to save his family and all the folk of Old Peking?
One thing is for sure, they can't manage a Happy Ever After without a fantastic audience to keep the panto magic going strong!
Wassail and Theatre Orchard present Horses! Horses!, the darkly comical tale of a stolen horse, wild west-country soul and the mess we make of relationships. Landlord Johnny is desperately trying to save his pub, while his wife Susie is hiding out on Ted’s farm.
Sunday 21st October 2018 at 7.00pm
Tickets - £8, £6
This is a Wassail Theatre Production supported by 'Owbeon
Live comedy in Wells, Somerset, headlined by ‘Father Ted’ star and British Comedy Award winner Ardal O’Hanlon.
Plus acclaimed stand-up Sean McLoughlin and regular MC Jarred Christmas.
Ages 16+, show will contain adult material.
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“Nee killing, anly singing, and we all go home together”.
It is November 1917 and the Third Battle of Ypres. Young soldiers Will, Robbie and Jumbo are thrust into a landscape starkly different to their Sunderland home.
Robbie dreams their music will be a ticket away from the front, but attracting the attention of their commanding officers may prove more dangerous than bullets and gas.
Thursday 11th October 2018 at 7.30pm
Tickets - £10, £8
This Production supported by 'Owbeon