A love story, crazy dentist and a singing plant. What more could you ask for?
Come and see this outrageous sci-fi horror musical filled with songs you won’t be able to get out of your head by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman.
This is a charming cult musical that is not to be missed.
Just watch out for the plant…..!
It had been an ordinary January day.
That is until an extraordinary thing happened: the water came and it didn’t go away. The community had been told to evacuate their homes and meet at the highest, safest point: the village hall.
What happens when a community is in crisis ?
When tragedy is moments away and when your loved ones are nowhere to be seen, who do you ask for help ?
RECLAIMED places the audience in the heart of a fictional village under siege.
Sunday 4th February 2018 at 7.30pm
Tickets - £8, £6
This is a Wassail Theatre Production supported by 'Owbeon
Oddments Theatre presents The Hiding Place, the story of the ten Boom family, who hid Jews during World War Two and were imprisoned for their actions. This production focuses on the faith of Corrie and her family during the war and the years that followed.
Saturday 20th January 2018 at 7.30pm
Online tickets in advance- £8.50, tickets on the door (cash only)- £10.50
This is a Christians Together in Wells and Area (CTWA) Production
Get ready to swash those buckles for traditional panto fun with The Three Musketeers - the Panto! Will the intrepid D'artagnan realise his dream of becoming one of the famed Royal Musketeers, impress his heroes, win the heart of the Lady Constantina and save the King and Queen of France all in two acts? Or will the evil Cardinal Richelieu succeed in his plan to be rid of them all and take over with the help of his evil henchmen and spies!?
Packed with action, sword fighting, comedy and silliness join us on a fun packed laughter filled adventure!
The Avalonian Free State Choir is holding this special concert to celebrate 25 years of singing a Capella for our local communities. Our repertoire is drawn from our own English musical culture as well as songs expressing rhythms, cultures and languages from around the globe. Come and join our celebration of singing, including special guest acts. Tea & cake will be available in the interval and the bar will be open after the performance. This is a family-friendly event.
Sunday 22nd October 2017, 3pm
Tickets: Adult £8 and Concessions £4
The Crucible: This gripping drama exposes what happens in a small, tight-knit community when personal grievances collide with lust and superstition, fuelling widespread hysteria. Miller’s timeless parable attacks the evils of the terrifying power of lies and false accusations and its depiction of bigotry and deceit is a timely parable of our contemporary society.
Wednesday 27th to Saturday 30th September, 7.30pm
Tickets: Full £11 and Concession £9