OUR 2021/22 SEASON
OUR NEXT SHOW
GASLIGHT by PATRICK HAMILTON - SEPTEMBER 20th-25th
Directed by Billy Towers
It is Victorian London and strange events are happening in the Manningham household. Letters go missing, there are inexplicable footsteps from upstairs, and why has that picture on the wall been moved?
Is Mrs Manningham losing her mind or is there something more sinister afoot? And why is Inspector Rough so obsessed with a ten-year-old crime that occurred in the house?
The Royalty Theatre is proud to present this classic play by Patrick Hamilton.
GASLIGHT IN REHEARSAL
(In order of first appearing, L to R) Mik Richardson, Emma Thompson, Louise Hall and Lee Wilkins in rehearsal for Gaslight.
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THE REST OF THE SEASON
Agatha Christie's The Stranger - October 25th-30th Directed by Billy Towers
From the pen of Agatha Christie, the Queen of Crime.
London at the height of the swinging Sixties. Enid is engaged to Richard, a likeable young man, but she finds herself drawn to the darkly charismatic Gerald Strange. She finds herself increasingly attracted to the charming Gerald, but is he hiding a dark secret? And is he the only person with something to hide?
Beauty and the Beast by Helen Bowie - December 3rd-19th Directed by Helen Bowie
A tale as old as time itself comes to the Royalty, as beautiful Isabelle sacrifices herself to save her father from the clutches of the mysterious "Beast". Joined by her friends Jacques and Madame Marmite, can Isabelle do what is necessary to break the Sorceress' spell before the walk-down song?
Please note, this panto contains some mild peril, which very young viewers may not enjoy.
Audacity by Simon Mawdsley - February 14th-19th Directed by Michael Fletcher and Caroline Chapman
Philip is going through a messy divorce. To make himself some money and give his life a boost of adrenalin, he devises a cunning scheme to rob the London Department store, Jarvis and Klein, of its daily takings.
He needs help, however, so he enlists John, an ex-stationery salesman sacked for fiddling his expenses, and Dave, another salesman with a hugely expensive lifestyle, as his partners in crime.
California Suite by Neil Simon - March 21st-26th Directed by Corinne Kilvington
The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh - April 20th-23rd Directed by Alex Goodchild (Studio Production)
Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw - May 16th-21st Directed by Andrew Barella
Dirty Dusting by Ed Waugh and Trevor Wood - June 20th-25th Directed by Anna Snell
Tickets for ALL shows in the 2021/22 Season are available via the Tickets page