Live Theatre via Satellite


Theatre Live (via satellite)

The Hall shows many of the National Theatre plays that are broadcast live from London as well as a  selection of plays from other companies.

 

Unless stated, tickets are £10 (£6 for under 18s.  Wine (from Tanners) is available before the play starts and at the interval we offer wine and soft drinks, filter coffee and tea, biscuits and local ice cream.   

 

Unless otherwise noted, the doors open at 6.30 p.m. and the performance starts at 7.00 p.m.

 

We have been commended for our ease of access, warm welcome and ambience, and we offer quality refreshments at reasonable prices.   For tickets & information please call -


David Jones on 01588 660493

                       or

Paul Sweetland on 01588 660139.




Thursday, February 22nd at 7.00 p.m.

Thursday, March 23rd at 7.00 p.m.

Tuesday, April 23rd at 7.00 p.m. 

Andrew Scott brings multiple characters to life in Simon Stephens’ radical new version of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya.  

 

Hopes, dreams, and regrets are thrust into sharp focus in this one-man adaptation which explores the complexities of human emotions. 

 

Andrew Scott’s one-man Chekhov is the performance of the year’
iNews


‘An acting masterclass’
Evening Standard

‘Andrew Scott is mesmerising’
Telegraph

Sam Mendes directs Mark Gatiss as John Gielgud and Johnny Flynn as Richard Burton in this fierce and funny new play.

1964: Richard Burton, newly married to Elizabeth Taylor, is to play the title role in an experimental new Broadway production of Hamlet under John Gielgud’s exacting direction. But as rehearsals progress, two ages of theatre collide and the collaboration between actor and director soon threatens to unravel.

Written by Jack Thorne and designed by Es Devlin, the Evening Standard award-winning best new play was filmed live during a sold-out run at the National Theatre.


Immaculately directed by Sam Mendes’
Times


‘A witty, deft, touching evocation of a fascinating, fraught encounter’
Telegraph


‘Mark Gatiss is superb as Sir John Gielgud’
Financial Times

 

Michael Sheen plays Nye Bevan in a surreal and spectacular journey through the life and legacy of the man who transformed Britain’s welfare state and created the NHS.

Confronted with death, Aneurin ‘Nye’ Bevan’s deepest memories lead him on a mind-bending journey back through his life; from childhood to mining underground, Parliament and fights with Churchill.


Written by Tim Price and directed by Rufus Norris, this epic new Welsh fantasia will be broadcast live from the National Theatre.

Please note - this is playing on a Tuesday not our usual Thursday