Forthcoming shows

My Mother Said I Never Should - 18 March to 23 March

(peformances 7.30pm - 23 March 2.30pm matinee and 7.30pm)

By Charlotte Keatley, Directed by Maggie Campbell

(A TOADS season production)

 

A warm, poignant elegy about four generations of women across this century, growing up, growing old and growing (or not) wise. They explore the emotional inheritance each woman receives from the other: debts and responsibilities and how it takes generations to

                                                                              learn about the value of real feeling.

 

Trap For A Lonely Man - 15 April to 20 April

(performances 7.30pm - 20 April 2.30pm matinee and 7.30pm)

By Robert Thomas, Directed by Sarah Caplan

(A TOADS season production)

 

A psychological thriller. Set in an isolated chalet in the French alps, a man has apparently lost his wife and is rapidly losing his mind. After having reported his wife’s disappearance to the police, Daniel Corban is visited by a priest who claims to have found her! But has he?

Daisy Pulls It Off - 13 May to 18 May

(performances 7.30pm - 18 May 2.30pm matinee and 7.30pm)

By Denise Deegan, Directed by Rebekah Hayden

(A TOADS season production)

 

Daisy Meredith, the new girl, is the first scholarship student to attend Grangewood School for Girls. The privileged students are determined to make Daisy look bad in the eyes of the administration. Daisy wins over her chums and saves the school when she cracks a secret code, finds a treasure and saves the life of her

                                        chief nemesis all in one night!

The Browning Version

and

Red Peppers (a double bill) - 10 June to 15 June

(performances 7.30pm - 15 June 2.30pm matinee and 7.30pm)

By Terence Rattigan (The Browning Version)

By Noël Coward (Red Peppers)

Directed by Andrew Kenyon

(A TOADS season production)

 

The Browning Version: Ill health is forcing Andrew Crocker-Harris to retire from teaching. Mocked by his pupils he is despised by his wife who has found consolation in the arms of a junior master. A parting gift from a young student not only affects him greatly but is the turning point which enables him to find the strength to face a future which had looked so desperately uncertain.


Red Peppers: Touring as veteran song-and-dance act ‘Red Peppers’, George and Lily have a genius for picking quarrels with themselves and just about everyone else! Performing one night in an out-of-town northern theatre a dropped prop, a tipsy MD, a furious House Manager and faded West End star ensures mayhem backstage!

Take A Chance On Us – Fantastic Abba Tribute

25th & 26th October (performances 7.30pm)

Tickets £16 (no concessions)

 

We are excited to bring our six-piece show to The Little Theatre, Torquay!! We hope to see you all there as the Bay always provides a fantastic crowd and atmosphere for our shows. The show will be fully live, contain costume changes, dance routines and all the iconic ABBA hits!!

As always, with our shows, the band encourages lots of audience participation, and bring a great energy to the stage to ensure that you will have a night to remember!!

So, put on your platform boots and funky suits and join us for a night of ABBA madness!!

Suitable for all the family - Licensed bar and café - Wheelchair access available. Please contact the venue before booking if you require additional help.

If you can’t make the Friday, come Saturday!! Why not both!!!

This event has sold out in the past, so please book early to avoid disappointment.